Samsung SCH W880 hitting Korea in October

September 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

Smart phones aren’t just limited to low resolution cameras anymore and even 12MP variants integrated to a mobile phone sound usual. Take for instance the Samsung SCH W880 which is a camera-phone that brags of 12MPs ability. Officially christened the Samsung AMOLED 12M, Samsung is yet to announce its global release date and only the […]

Vodafone UK Gets the Apple iPhone 3GS after Orange and O2

September 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

Apple has realized that the exclusive carrier factor may keep the iPhone popularity intact but at the end of the day it is the sales numbers that matter. Where US carriers are also on the verge of selling the iPhone 3GS other than AT&T, the UK will now have three carriers selling the hot doodad. […]

Halo 3: ODST Audio Log Locations Explained

September 25, 2009, By Alex Ion

If you’re having a long weekend on your hands to play Halo 3: ODST and you’re looking for the Audio Log locations, we just got our hands on an HD video guide and a bunch of screenshots to help you on your mission. To set the things straight, there are 30 audio logs available on […]

Nintendo cuts Wii price to $199 in US

September 24, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Nintendo today confirmed that it is dropping the price of the Nintendo Wii gaming console to $199 in the US. The console cost price will be dropped by $50 as of September 27th. The $199 package will include the regular Wii system, a Wii Remote, a Wii Nunchuck and a copy of Wii Sports.

New Area-51 and Aurora designs from Alienware

September 23, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Alienware, Dell’s high-performance gaming brand, is all set to release five new high performance rigs. First to come is the Area-51 M15x laptop with a streamlined chassis and a 15 inch display. It will be running on the new Intel Clarksfield 2.0 GHz Core i7 920XM processor and a 1GB nVidia GeForce GTX 260M GPU. […]

Microsoft Courier Tablet-like Device Is Real! Really?

September 23, 2009, By Alex Ion

Microsoft Courier is a tablet-like device that the company has been secretly working on. Already in the late prototype stage of development, Microsoft will take on the Apple Tablet  and the Crunchpad with their new Courier booklet which is expected to actually hit the market, in the near future.

WOW Patch 3.2.2 Went Live, Download It Now

September 22, 2009, By Alex Ion

The new WoW Patch 3.2.2 is now live, can be downloaded and can, finally, be played. Available with a set of new features that gamers have been waiting for, the new Patch 3.2.2 comes with changes to classes to the return of Onyxia (to celebrate WoW’s 5-year anniversary), features new companion pets, a new mount, […]

Vodafone to release HTC Tattoo in Europe this October

September 22, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Vodafone UK, today officially announced that their latest Android smartphone, the HTC Tattoo will release on their European networks this October. It is claimed to be the first entry-level phone to run Google’s Android operating system.

Dell Buys Perot Systems for $3.9 Billion

September 21, 2009, By Alex Ion

Perot System is Dell’s way of getting into the IT services business. Seeking to expand from their PC business, the computer giant has announced on Monday that they’re going to buy information technology provider Perot Systems for $3.9 billion — $30 a share in cash, which includes a 67% premium to the company’s closing price […]

Google to bring out two million public domain books into paperback

September 18, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Google has signed a deal with, a printing and publisher firm which was the creator of the automatic “Espresso Book Machine”, to make available two million public domain books, from Google Books, as paperbacks . The Espresso Book Machine can print, cut, bind and edge a 300-page paperback, with a full-color cover in around […]

NASA Kepler mission searches for new Earth-like exoplanets

September 18, 2009, By Thomas Antony

The Kepler space telescope was launched in March 2009, with the mission of discovering Earth-like planets orbiting starts outside the solar system ( exoplanets ) and possibly searching for signs of life on these planets. The Kepler recently improved the positional data available of a Jupiter-sized exoplanet, HAT-P-7b orbiting a star in the Cygnus constellation, […]

Indian Navy launches stealth destroyer INS Kochi

September 18, 2009, By Thomas Antony

The Indian Navy just got more muscle for its already capable fleet, by inducting India’s second indigenously designed Delhi-class stealth destroyer INS Kochi. The destroyer, named after the South Indian coastal city of Kochi, was launched from Mazagaon Docks in Goa and christened by Navy Chief Admiral Nirmal Verma’s wife Madhulika Verma. The 6500-tonne warship […]

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