News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 4 Mar 2010
At CeBIT, Patriot showed off their computer which has been fitted with 40 SSD.
WD's SSDs finally make an appearance, and the verdict is that it's on par with some of the faster offerings in the market.
Wednesday, 3 Mar 2010
Microsoft told Windows XP users today not to press the F1 key when prompted by a Web site, as part of its reaction to an unpatched vulnerability that hackers could exploit to hijack PCs running Internet Explorer (IE).
Sapphire has a monster Radeon HD 5970 in the works - factory-overclocked, sporting 4GB of memory and featuring a massive triple fan cooler.
Apple is bringing out the guns and going for the competition. After the counter-suing of Nokia, it seems like HTC is the next target, with 20 patents infringement.
Tuesday, 2 Mar 2010
The Internet has overtaken traditional newspaper as the preferred way for Americans to get their daily news consumption.
Monday, 1 Mar 2010
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Series might not be coming soon, but its OEM partners are hard at work, such as LG with its pre-production unit running the abovementioned OS.
With Amazon.com as a launchpad, consumers over in the States can now commence pre-orders for the first of Samsung's 55-inch UN55C7000 3D TV.
Be prepared for more expensive graphics cards as the industry tries to cope with a severe shortage of chips.
Friday, 26 Feb 2010
Here's one more for Microsoft - though not official, Microsoft has hinted that a Windows Phone 7 upgrade for existing devices is up for consideration by the OEMs.