Friday, 9 Jul 2010
An Arstechnica article reveals a list of circumstantial evidence that may show that NVIDIA is deliberately crippling PhysX performance that's running on the CPU.
In another case of "because we can do it, so we shall", we see Ubuntu being loaded onto a Google Nexus One and sharing space with the rooted device's original Android OS.
Amazon.com selling groceries? That thought might never occur to you, but it is now a reality for folks living in the UK. Yes, the online retail giant has taken to marketing vegetables, meat and biscuits as part of its British portfolio. Bon appetit.
The Pirate Bay, one of the largest host for BitTorrent links, was recently hacked by a security researcher. However, it's unlikely that users will find their info leaked to the RIAA or MPAA.
Although the iPhone 4 has sold like hot cakes, it has been plagued by numerous problems, leading some to suggest that a recall could be possible.
Thursday, 8 Jul 2010
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific expands its stylishly slim Cyber-shot T series and power-packed Cyber-shot W series range with the new Cyber-shot DSC-TX9, DSC-T99 and DSC-WX5 cameras.
The updated Opera Mini 5 includes a new optimized browser skin allowing for more pages to be open at the same time, more rapid scrolling through pages, and overall improved browsing performance.
Putting more terabytes in the hands of consumers worldwide, Seagate today announced the world's first 3 Terabyte (TB) external desktop drive.
After Microsoft kills Kin, an unprecedented number of Microsofties come out of the woodwork to air their grievances.
If you think those high-end DSLRs are steep in pricing, wait till you check out the Mamiya RZ33, a 33-megapixel monster that will set you back by US$17,990 should you choose to own one.