Sony Sues Geohot Over PS3 Firmware 3.55 Hack

January 12, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Sony is now trying hard to deny access to the PS3 hacking tools developed by Geohot and his team. The company has now filed a legal complaint against the hacker George “GeoHot” Hotz and the fail0verflow team. Sony is saying that the TPM-circumnavigating system has already been used to pirate games. Sony is now demanding […]

Motorola Xoom Tablet Now Available for Pre-Order at Handtec

January 10, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola’s Xoom tablet, as you know, has succeeded big time in charming the CES 2011. Close on the heels of the announcement of the device, the Motorola tablet has now been made available on pre-order at Handtec. Handtec has listed the Motorola Xoom for £659.99 (or £549.99 minus VAT).  The pricing factor speaks a lot, […]

Tablets Yet Again at CES 2011; This Time it’s the OCosmos OCS9 Slate

January 7, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tablets again, and don’t look us like that for saying tablet yet again!  Tablets seem to be flooding the Las Vegas Convention Center where this edition of CES is underway. Apart from the big names, there are many who are bringing in their stuff to flaunt. We have a new one here, courtesy of ShowStoppers! […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, LG Star, LG Optimus 2X & LG B to Come with Nvidia Tegra 2

December 20, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The cushion offered by ARM architecture with regard to easier handling had, no doubt, left mobile device makers a lazy lot. Until now, though. The advent of the Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset is changing the way the manufacturers have been seeing things. The arrival of the second-generation Nvidia Tegra CPU is increasingly being welcomed by […]

Samsung, Toshiba, Asus & Acer Tegra 2 Tablets Rumored to be in the Offing

December 14, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s the season of Tegra-2 with many a tablet maker actively incorporating Nvidia’s Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip (SoC) components into their slates.  Rumors suggest that by 2011many a tablet from makers of the likes of  Acer, Asustek, Toshiba, and Samsung would come hiding under their hood the Tegra-2 component. A handful of them are already in […]

Intel Fab Plant at Oregon to Make 450 mm Chip Wafers

December 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a bunch of rumors, Intel has at last confirmed that its semiconductor fabrication plants being developed in the Oregon area will focus on bringing out 450-mm chip wafers. The Research and Development wing at Oregon will have special infrastructure and tooling to produce the 450 mm wafer era. Wafers are thin semiconductor materials used […]

Fujitsu MBH7WLZ21 WLAN Module Launched; Comes Ultra-Thin but Faster

December 7, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fujitsu has come out with a small form factor wireless module to give its customers a tiny and compact connectivity solution. Called as the MBH7WLZ21, this product is capable of providing 802.11 b/g/n WLAN capabilities to the users. The new wireless module from Fujitsu is based on the Ralink RT3070 chip. Though small in size, […]

Verizon 4G LTE Modems Spotted in the Wild; Launch on Dec 5

December 1, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Before they open up their 4G LTE network on December 5th, Verizon is organizing a press conference today, to unveil two USB modems that can help users access the service. However, both the modems have been spotted in wild before the official press conference. The two modems are expected to come in a shape which […]

Intel Sandy Bridge Launch Confirmed for CES on Jan 5

November 16, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Intel has confirmed that it will officially launch its Sandy Bridge processors at CES on January 5. The company has sent out an invitation confirming that it would launch its latest product at its CES keynote. The chips, now badged “second generation Intel Core processors”, will be launched by PC Client Group general manager Mooly […]

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