Microsoft Surface Tablet: iPad Killer?

At a “secret” Microsoft conference, Microsoft has released their own Tablet called the Microsoft Surface. There will be two models:   The Surface RT: OS: Windows RT Weight: 676g Thickness: 9.3mm Screen Size: 10.6″ ClearType HD Display Battery: 31.5 W-h (Watts an hour) Connectivity: microSD, USB 2.0, Micro HD Video, 2X2 MIMO antennae Software/Accessories: Office […]

SlimCleaner PC Utility Review and Overview

In a nutshell, SlimCleaner is an excellent all-in-one PC utility software. One of the great technologies that the program utilizes is the cloud. In order to determine what is safe or useful or necessary, SlimCleaner checks with the cloud, resulting in more accurate choices. It consists of a “cleaner” tab that, obviously, cleans files that it […]

AMD and ARM partnership for ‘Trustzone’

AMD announced that they are making a partnership with ARM so that they will incorporate some of ARM’s technologies into their future APUs. The deal is that AMD will have mini ARM-powered processors checking for malicious code whilst the main x86 cores run. This can be very helpful especially for people running Windows (a majority), […]

New MacBook Pro Announced at WWDC 2012

Today, was Apple’s annual WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) and a brand new MacBook Pro model has been released. It is a 15″ MacBook Pro, but there’s more to it than it’s screen size. There are two models, here are each of their specs: But this is no ordinary display, there is a retina display […]

FM2 Motherboards Announced From Biostar

Biostar has announced some motherboards sporting the newest FM2 socket for the Trinity APUs(desktop version) that haven’t even come out yet or been officially announced by AMD. The chipsets are A85, which is the new chipset for the Trinity line. These motherboards are called the Hi-Fi line. Some of the motherboards have capacitors that make […]

What To Look For When Purchasing A Windows Laptop

Weight: Weight is one of the most important aspects to look for when choosing laptops. That is due the fact that laptops are meant to be carried around and hence the lighter they are, the easier it is to carry them. Also, it is not comfortable to have an eight pound laptop on your lap […]

Windows 8 Brings Secure Boot

Microsoft said that any computer branded as ‘Windows 8 Compatible’ must have a function called Secure Boot so that the computer would not boot off of some unauthorized OS, potentially preventing damage to computers. However, this could potentially be used to block Linux, Windows’ main competitor, which would be a very scary idea, even if […]

Internet Initiates Transition Into IPv6

With the growing amount of internet users and devices, the internet was running out of IP addresses. IPv4 could handle 4.3 billion (4,300,000,000) unique IP addresses, a relatively small number compared to the 340,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000  maximum unique IP addresses of the IPv6 internet pipe lining. The transition from IPv4 to IPv6 has begun today, but will take some time to […]

Asus Makes the First Thunderbolt-Ready Motherboard Other Than Apple

Asus is releasing the P8Z77-V Premium. What the name means that the chipset is the newer Z77, for LGA-1155. Ivy Bridge is using LGA-1155, so it is ready for upgrading The rest of it just specifies which version it is, premium, and is in the form factor ATX. That form factor letter is just V means […]

Logitech G400 Gaming Mouse Review

The Logitech G400 is a great mouse that can be used for casual usage or some gaming. The mouse has 5 programmable buttons than can prove quite useful in gaming among other applications. Furthermore, it has the option to adjust DPI in game which can be important in first person shooter games for switching between walking around and sniping. There are […]