Sony introduces Wi-Fi instant message/music device Tuesday, Aug 8 2006 


Sony Corp. said it is set to introduce its first wireless broadband communications and entertainment device, aimed at heavy users of instant messaging. (more…)


ECS RS482-M Motherboard Review Sunday, Jul 23 2006 

ECS RS482-M is a very simple socket 939 motherboard based on ATI’s chipset with embedded graphics, Radeon Xpress 200 – which uses the same graphics engine from Radeon X300 –, supporting Athlon 64, Athlon 64 FX and Athlon 64 X2 CPUs. We were very curious to benchmark Radeon Xpress 200 and compare its performance to cheap add-in video cards, like GeForce 6200, and also to its main competitor, nVidia’s GeForce 6100.


Microsoft Confirms Zune Player Officially Sunday, Jul 23 2006 


Microsoft Corp. confirmed Friday that it would develop and sell digital media players under Zune brand-name.

What microsoft says about ZUNE player-

Today we confirmed a new music and entertainment project called Zune. Under the Zune brand, we will deliver a family of hardware and software products, the first of which will be available this year, (more…)

G.Skill Announces CL3 DDR2-667 and DDR2-800 Memory Modules Saturday, Jul 22 2006 

800ga22-b_thm2.jpg The AGP7600GS graphics card boasts an NVIDIA® 7600GS core that is part of the powerful G73 family. This core employs 90 nanometer process technology which consumes less power thus generating less heat and allowing more room for faster core frequencies. Compared to its predecessor 6600GT, the AGP7600GS boasts a 25% performance increase despite its lower core and memory frequencies – an indication of the advancement in cooler, more efficient processing technologies (more…)

Albatron introduces GeForce 7600GS for AGP Saturday, Jul 22 2006 

40316_1b_thm.jpg                        One way for kids to beat the heat during summer break is by staying cool indoors and playing the latest 3D graphics computer games. However, if they’ve got an AGP based mainboard, swapping their computer for the latest PCI-Express system to play the latest 3D games can be a pricey proposition. Albatron answers the call with a powerful new AGP option focusing on a large community of very capable AGP based mainboards still occupying the market. (more…)

LG’s chocolate phone: Friday, Jul 21 2006 

mob118_1151188638.jpg A pop culture product with good looks, but which doesn’t deliver on the content side. After the success of the RAZR, there seems to be another phone which people get crazy about: LG’s Chocolate Phone KG 800. (more…)

Open Source Software to Grow Fastest in Government Sector Wednesday, Jul 19 2006 

opensource-110x95.pngOpen source software will gain momentum faster within government sector than it will in other market, said a study conducted by IT research firm IDC. Government Insights predicts government IT will most likely see the most substantial growth in the use of open source software over the next five years, with rapid growth in the five to ten year time frame.This study also predicts a ‘value shift’ for software within the government community, citing the initial shift driven by state and local governments sharing their custom-developed solutions. (more…)

Dual processor v/s Dual core Tuesday, Jul 18 2006 

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— “Will I benefit from multiple processors?” With the growing popularity of dual core processors, the topic is more important than ever! Will multiple processors or a dual core processor be beneficial to you, and what are the differences between them? These are the questions this article will attempt to lay to rest.