Computers

It’s like Sports Center For Starcraft

August 11, 2010, By Christian Davis

By a show of hands, who has no idea what Starcraft 2 is? Of course you all know what it is. It’s only the most talked about game right now. Ever since the original title came out over 10 years ago, the second game has been discussed amongst gamers non stop. Now that Starcraft 2 […]

ASUS B Series Notebooks Spruced Up With Long-Running Batteries

August 10, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Asus has announced a new line of notebooks that will feature Sonata batteries from Boston-Power. Significant about this feature is that the new Asus B Series laptops will boast of longer-running lithium-ion cells. The company claims that they would last with 80 percent of their original capacity for three years. Doesn’t that mean that though […]

Pi calculated to 5 Trillionth Digit

August 6, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Alexander Yee and Shigeru Kondo have yesterday announced that they’ve successfully managed to calculate Pi to its five trillionth digit, setting a new world record. The entire number took 6 TB of storage space to contain, and in case you’re wondering what the final digit that the computer spat out was, it’s 2. The computer […]

Eurocom Optimus-equipped B7110 FOX Gaming Notebooks Debut

August 6, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Eurocom has introduced a more consumer-friendly and gamer-friendly device by unleashing the B7110 FOX, the latest in its line up of notebooks. The notebook has a 17.3 inch display and has the latest NVIDIA technology, the NVIDIA Optimus graphics-switching technology, along with the GeForce GT330M components for improved graphics performance. USB 3.0, Bluetooth 2.1 and […]

Computer Stress – Top Five Ways to Beat IT

August 1, 2010, By Alex Ion

A calming checklist of things to do at the office when technological tension arises With an overwhelming 97% of people who work in IT claiming that they feel stressed on a daily basis, a few calming influences are definitely needed for a tough day at the office. Most people already have their own way of […]

HP 17-inch EliteBook First To Have Fermi-based NVIDIA Quadro 5000M GPU

July 28, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s some interesting stuff from the HP stables. The computer maker seems to have been waiting for the launch of NVIDIA’s Quadro 5000M, the new Pro graphics solution. The hardware was unveiled only yesterday and the HP 17-inch EliteBook incorporated it under its hood.

Apple Mac Pro Computers Get 12-Core CPUs, Priced at $4,999

July 27, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Having just updated their iMac line, Apple are continuing to prove some rumors that have been roaming around the Internet lately, this time related to their Mac Pro line of high-end computers. They’ve just given the line a nice “little” overhaul, packing them with even more powerful hardware for your extreme processing needs. The Mac […]

Apple’s iMac Line Updated, New Core i3 Added to Low-End Machines

July 27, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

There have been some rumors going around lately that Apple are planning on doing something with their iMac line, but nothing solid – until now. The iMacs have finally been updated for the first time in quite a while, with the last update being just under a year ago. The new specifications include a selection […]

OpenGL 4.1 Released, Taking the Lead from DirectX?

July 26, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

The developers of OpenGL, Khronos Group, have just announced that they’re coming out with a new version of their well-known graphics library, and they’ve expressed great hopes for the toolset’s capability of offering healthy competition to Microsoft and DirectX – and from what we’re hearing, the new OpenGL may also benefit from 3D Web technology, […]

HP TouchSmart 600 All-in-one PC Review

July 21, 2010, By Alex Ion

Half a year ago, HP was officially announcing that the TouchSmart 600 AIO PC is beginning to ship to consumers. An impressive machine to say the least, the HP TouchSmart 600 looks like the perfect blend between HP’s touch technology and the use of Windows 7. Under the hood there’s a choice for Core 2 […]

Apple To Launch New MacBook Air and iPod Touch, Says Analyst; Specs Rumored

July 16, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is all set to launch a new version of its MacBook Air and iPod Touch devices in the second half of 2010, according to DigiTimes analyst Mingchi Kuo. He has also mentioned that the manufacturer of both the devices will be Taiwan-based Quanta Computer Inc. Kuo has said that on the basis of his […]

Amazon Now Offers Supercomputing Service

July 13, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Amazon Web Services now offers a new feature, allowing users to harvest the power of an actual supercomputing cluster, and is aimed at researchers. The service has been titled “Cluster Compute”, and is based on a service that Amazon offered a while back called Elastic Compute Cloud. One of the best parts is that they’ve […]

Apple Looking Into Cloud Computing? Streaming Media, Wireless Syncing Soon, According to Rumors

July 1, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Apple have been giving some pretty clear indications that they plan on joining the cloud computing trend sooner or later, but they’re also known for delaying their releases until they’ve polished out every last bit of detail – which sometimes takes quite a while. However, according to some unverified sources, the company is planning on […]

Intel to launch several new desktop processors in Q3 2010 ; possible iMac upgrades

July 1, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Intel is planning to launch several new desktop processors in 3Q 2010 replacing some of the older models as well as bringing in new high-performance enthusiast chips including a six-core chip. They will also be reducing the prices of some existing chips to boost demand. According to Digitimes, Intel will launch three processors in mid-July. […]

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