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AMD CPU+GPU fusion in 22nm in 2010?

07/24/2009, Rumor has it that AMD’s CPU and GPU “fusion” won’t happen until the second half of 2010 when the 22nm (nanometer) process will be ready for production. Intel has already shown its plans for a CPU+GPU integration in the form of...

Bomb USB Flash Drive

07/24/2009, The Bomb USB is one flash drive that we don’t think people would want to carry around in airports as they might actually get held up by overzealous officers who can’t tell the difference between a USB flash drive and that of an actual bomb....

Split Stick Offers 4GB Of Storage Space

07/24/2009, Just when you thought that all USB flash drives are pretty much the same save for the case it comes in, along comes the Split Stick that holds 4GB of storage space, although it is separated into a couple of 2GB dividers. All you need to do to select the...

MXL5007T TV Tuner For Netbooks

07/24/2009, Just because someone is using a netbook doesn’t mean that person should not have access to portable entertainment, right? That’s what MaxLinear and Hauppauge Digital think as they bring forth the MxL5007T TV tuner that was specially developed...

Cambrionix 49-port USB Hub

07/23/2009, There is no denying that this monstrosity from Cambrionix beats them all, by virtue of being a 49-port USB 2.0 hub. Needless to say, ordinary home users ought to have nothing to do with this, since it targets professional test labs and businesses where...

Sony To Release Touch VAIOs

07/23/2009, Sony’s line of VAIO notebooks and netbooks are sexy to say the least, but they still lack the important touchscreen capability that seems to be all the rage these days. Well, the Japanese electronics giant isn’t going to be left behind in the...

Maingear unveils its dual-GPU eX-L18 gaming laptop

07/23/2009, We don’t keep track of all the gaming laptops out there, but we know that Maingear has launched the 18.4″ eX-L 18 gaming laptop today. Most of its power comes from the dual GeForce GTX 280M setup that should let gamers use the highest...

MicroSD cards with WiFi by KDDI

07/23/2009, At Wireless Japan, KDDI* has demonstrated MicroSD cards with a WiFi functionality. Even if there’s no lack of WIFI support, we think that the sheer feast of integration is worth a post. It’s not so much that cramming a WIFI chip in a MicroSD...

ViewSonic launches an onslaught of Netbooks, Nettops

07/23/2009, ViewSonic is launching a bunch of Atom-based products: four Nettops (OT120, VOT121, VOT130, VOT132) and two Netbooks (VBN100, VNB101). ViewSonic is usually associated with Monitors (they were big in the CRT days), but it seems that the display market has...

Google Chrome To Get 3D Graphics

07/23/2009, Operating systems are getting more and more sophisticated as hardware becomes more powerful, so it is no surprise to see Google’s Chrome OS to feature their very own O3D plug-in that allows browsers to use hardware-accelerated 3D graphics. This will...

Vitesse Netbook Arrives In Hong Kong

07/23/2009, Hong Kong telecoms provider SmarTone Vodafone will be rolling out a new 10″ netbook known as the Vitesse, where it will be made available for free (something worth checking out in these cash-strapped days), as long as customers are willing to sign...

Packard Bell Butterfly S FC

07/23/2009, Packard Bell, a subsidiary of Acer has just unveiled its latest CULV ultraportable that will target the good people in Europe. Known as the Packard Bell Butterfly S FC, this notebook comes with a 13″ display while being powered by Intel’s...

(Yahoo) Search becomes a priority in Splashtop

07/23/2009, DeviceVM is literally putting search at the forefront of the upcoming version of Splashtop, the quick boot Linux-based OS that is embedded in millions of PCs. In the new home screen, users will find a search box right on the main screen, making the search...

Green Screen Turns Off Automatically

07/22/2009, Some smart aleck from Britain has managed to develop a new software which is able to detect whether you are taking a look at the computer screen, turning it off if your attention is being directed elsewhere. According to Peter Hopton of Sheffield...