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  1. Killzone 3 leaks to the web

    14.02.2011

    More bad news for video game developers and publishers. According to the folks over at Destructoid, reports are coming in that a pre-release version Killzone 3 has surfaced on torrent sites nearly 10 days before its intended released date. Coming ...

  2. Dell Kills the Adamo Notebook Line

    12.02.2011

    It's always sad to see some iconic product reaching the end of life (in some cases, a lot sooner than normally expected), but this is exactly what's happened with Dell's Adamo line of notebooks, at some point seen as the only system capable of ...

  3. Windows Phone 7 update "Mango" to bring IE mobile 9

    12.02.2011

    Mobile World Congress is only a few days away and the rumors have been flying about Windows Phone 7 updates. The latest rumor comes from Mary Jo Foley at Zdnet, who says her sources are talking about Internet Explorer Mobile 9 coming to ...

  4. Nokia CEO admits defeat:

    09.02.2011

    Recently-appointed Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has all but admitted defeat in the smartphone wars in an internal memo today. According to Engadget, the memo is indeed real and has Elop saying that Nokia is currently a “burning platform,” and ...

  5. iPad 2 production begins

    09.02.2011

    Since the new year, rumors about the next generation of Apple's tablet-to-beat, the iPad, have been circulating the Internet nonstop, almost ad nauseam. The problem with those rumors was just that, they were unconfirmed. Today, however, The Wall ...

  6. Ivy Bridge 22nm works with H67 and P67

    08.02.2011

    Intel finally came to its senses to use the same socket and make the 22nm Ivy Bridge pin and software compatible to Sandy Bridge x67 boards, and this happens to be the chipset that is affected with a huge embarrassment and SATA 2 recall bug. Now ...

  7. Plextor unleashes long life and stable SSDs on UK market

    08.02.2011

    Plextor has excitedly announced that it is about to storm the UK with a range of fast, long life stable solid state disks (SSDs), its first of such units. These "world class, second generation" - Plextor's words - M2S series SSDs have SATA III ...

  8. Dungeon Siege III Arrives in Europe on May 27

    08.02.2011

    Square Enix, as the publisher, and Obsidian, as the developer, have announced that they are planning to launch their action adventure title Dungeon Siege III on May 27 in Europe and on May 31 on the North American market. The game will be ...

  9. Firefox 4.0, 5.0, 6.0 and 7.0 to Ship in 2011

    07.02.2011

    Gone are the days when users had to wait as much as a year between major iterations of Firefox. Mozilla is planning to release no less than 4 new versions of its open source browser by the end of this year. Firefox 4.0, Firefox 5.0, Firefox 6.0 ...

  10. Cougar Point Flaw Debacle Reportedly Costing Intel 1 Billion Dollars as Shares Drop

    07.02.2011

    Without a doubt, one of the least-pleasant surprises the world of IT and technology has been faced with lately was Intel's announcement that it had identified a flaw within its Cougar Point platform for Sandy Bridge CPUs, a massive product recall ...

  11. Sony to announce the PlayStation Phone on February 13th

    07.02.2011

    Finally, after months of speculation, Sony has officially announced a date for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (also known as the PlayStation Phone). Sony will hold an event on the 13th of February at this year’s Mobile World Congress in ...

  12. Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" Is Available for Download

    06.02.2011

    After two years of development, the Debian Project team proudly announced a few minutes ago, February 6th, the immediate availability for download of the final and stable version of the highly anticipated Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) Linux-based operating ...

  13. First Battlefield 3 details announced, teaser trailer out

    06.02.2011

    With the launch of the official website for Electronic Arts and DICE's Battlefield 3, the first details have started to trickle forth on the highly-anticipated title. So far, it appears that the game is shaping up to be a successful sequel to ...

  14. Facebook turns 7

    06.02.2011

    Today marks Facebook's 7th birthday from when Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in his dorm room at Harvard University back in 2004. In less than a decade who would have thought that Facebook is now the largest online social network in the world with ...

  15. Nokia shares rise as Windows Phone 7 rumours spread

    06.02.2011

    Nokia, amid rumours that the mobile giant is preparing to embrace Windows Phone 7 in its product line, saw a four percent rise in shares since Monday, The New York Times reports. Speculation has been rife for months, but as Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is ...

  16. Intel Ivy Bridge Is 20% Faster Than Sandy Bridge, Rumors Say

    04.02.2011

    Although Intel won't start production of its first 22nm processors, based on the Ivy Bridge architecture, until the second half of the year, the first rumors about the chip's performance have already made they way onto the web, early reports ...

  17. Free Duty Calls Game Parodies Call of Duty, Promotes Bulletstorm

    04.02.2011

    People Can Fly, Epic Games and Electronic Arts, the companies behind the upcoming Bulletstorm first person shooter, have thought of a novel way of promoting the title, and released a free game, called Duty Calls, which parodies modern combat ...

  18. Google announces new Android Honeycomb features

    04.02.2011

    Today during Google's web broadcast on YouTube, the Android team announced some exciting new features for Android 3.0 "Honeycomb." The new mobile OS will be the next major milestone for Android, with a ton of new and improved features, including ...

  19. NFS: Shift 2 Unleashed Isn't Competing with ‘Scientific’ Gran Turismo 5

    02.02.2011

    The upcoming Need for Speed: Shift 2 Unleashed racing simulator won't necessarily compete with Gran Turismo 5, as the racing simulator from Polyphony Digital takes a very scientific approach, while Shift 2 is focused on entertainment, according to ...

  20. Gigabyte and MSI halt Sandy Bridge sales, HP availability affected

    02.02.2011

    Intel's product recall of certain Sandy Bridge chipsets, which was initially estimated to cost the company around $300 million, is expected to come closer to the region of $1 billion. BusinessWeek is reporting that several manufacturers are either ...

  21. Kaspersky Confirms Source Code Leak, Threatens Legal Action Against Downloaders

    01.02.2011

    Russian antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab has confirmed the unauthorized online availability of its intellectual property in the form of source code and warned that it will launch legal action against people who downloaded and shared it. In a ...

  22. Intel Admits to Design Flaw in 6 Series 'Cougar Point' Chipsets, Promises Replacements

    01.02.2011

    Given the fact that its position, namely that of the world's largest chip manufacturers, forces Intel to follow a very transparent code of conduct on the market, the company has just openly admitted the fact that one of its latest chipsets, the 6 ...

  23. Android becomes the world's leading smartphone platform

    01.02.2011

    Canalys, the independent technology focused analyst house, revealed today that Google's Android platform had shipped a whopping 33.3 million units in Q4 of 2010, overtaking Nokia's Symbian platform as the most popular smartphone platform, and ...

  24. PS3 firmware 3.56 hacked in less than a day

    31.01.2011

    Just yesterday Sony released a firmware update for their PS3 console which was reported to have banned Call of Duty: Black Ops hackers from the Playstation Network. Today, the encryption has been broken and signing keys have been published by one ...

  25. Crysis 2 Multiplayer Demo Will Arrive on the PC

    31.01.2011

    Crytek, the studio behind the upcoming Crysis 2 first-person shooter, revealed through its Twitter account that it would be releasing a multiplayer demo for the PC platform of the game, before its launch this March. Crysis 2 has been eagerly ...

  26. Sony Talks PSP2 (NGP) Price and Battery Life

    31.01.2011

    Sony is finally talking about its Next Generation Portable (aka the PSP2) after revealing it to the world yesterday, and it has now gone into detail about the device's price and battery life, two extremely important topics. The Japanese company ...

  27. 3DMark Vantage Record Broken by Duck

    29.01.2011

    Benchmarks are the widely-accepted means of determining a hardware product's prowess compared to others of its kind, and since records always speak well of certain models, Duck decided to go ahead and break one for a change. When testing a ...

  28. Kaspersky Anti-Virus Source Code Leaks Online

    29.01.2011

    It seems that the source code for one of Kaspersky's security suite products has been leaked online and is available for download from torrent and file hosting websites. According to a description accompanying the release, the sources were stolen ...

  29. Apple sued over iPhone 4's 'Glassgate'

    29.01.2011

    Donald LeBuhn, a California resident, has decided to sue Apple over what he feels is incorrect advertising on the company's part. Apple's iPhone website markets the glass the iPhone 4 is made out of as "20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than ...

  30. Google starts to censor torrent-related search queries

    28.01.2011

    Google has begun blocking torrent-related searches from its autocomplete and instant search. Now when users attempt to search using Google's new autocomplete feature, torrent related words will no longer autocomplete in the search field. Google ...