LSI technology shows its next-gen SandForce controllers

LSI has recently demonstrated the innovations made in its LSI SandForce controller next-generation FMS (Flash Memory Summit). In this demonstration, LSI has shown some of the goodies in things to come from the company and the SandForce SF-2000 in particular which we shall soon be released with enhanced features. For starters, it has been shown […]

Rumours of a $99 Nexus tablet materialise – is the tablet market ready for a shake up?

Google’s $ 199 (in the US at least) Nexus 7 tablet that ASUS built for them, is not only a seriously awesome piece of technology, but it’s cheap, fast, reliable, and sports the latest and greatest mobile operating system from the Mountain View-based company, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Now we’re hearing rumors from DigiTimes that […]

Apple now wants to compete with Spotify

The Cupertino company is working on a streaming service to personalize the music charts. Meanwhile, closes details for the expected launch of the iPhone 5 this week The company, founded by the late Steve Jobs, is negotiating to license a new music service that will be, very different from iTunes. The approach would be similar […]

NVIDIA Launches GeForce 304.79 beta drivers adding support for TXAA

NVIDIA has launched its GeForce 304.79 beta drivers with it they begin to support the new smoothing technique TXAA, that we spoke about in March. TXAA promises a new smoothing technique similar to what is currently offered by MSAA but significantly reducing the power required to achieve this. For now, only the MMORPG “The Secret […]

Amazon to get involved with 3D Mapping – Acquire UpNext

Amazon is a constantly changing company, its latest business move sees it moving into the world of 3D Mapping. Amazon have just acquired the four man company UpNext, a small business that specialise in 3D Mapping and currently produce a free iPhone App. Neither Amazon or UpNext have disclosed any details publicly about the deal […]

Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 FleX Edition: Personalized for Eyefinity

Previously we told you about the Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 FleX Edition graphics card, a version specially designed to use Eyefinity technology from AMD using DVI connections. The manufacturer Sapphire returns to do the same but with the HD 7870 and has released the Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 FleX Edition card. We continue to know […]

Kingston Technology to Ship 2666 MHz HyperX Memory

Kingston today announced it is shipping HyperX dual-channel kits engineered especially for the new Intel third-generation Core i7 and i5 processors (Ivy Bridge). Kingston HyperX memory is available in 16GB and 8GB kits of two at 1600MHz, 2133MHz, 2400MHz and soon to be speedy 2666 MHz frequencies. “The new 22nm architecture of this processor allows […]

STEC’s CellCare Technology Improves Endurance of MLA Flash Memory by 13 Times

STEC is a leading maker of solid-state drives, who said on Wednesday that the company has validated its proprietary CellCare technology’s ability to extend the endurance of 24nm consumer-grade multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory to 40 000 program/erase cycles, which is greater than 13 times the manufacturer’s specified endurance metric of 3000 program/erase cycles. […]

Gigabyte claim that missing capacitors cause no issue

It was brought to our attention that a lot of controversy has been going around behind the scenes and this relates to one of the best selling Z77 motherboards currently on the market; the Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H. The long and short of it revolves around how a lot of people in the industry and consumers believe […]

Video: Progress on new features in Adobe Dreamweaver CS6

With all the variety of electronic devices on the market, designing web pages can be a problem when it is displayed in them, as people visualize them from computers, some from tablets and more from smartphones. This is why websites where created with so called responsive designs, because they are adapted to operating systems and […]