The Erebus gaming desktop is the new Super Star Destroyer in iBUYPOWER’s world – that means a new flagship machine for the company, just in case you aren’t a huge Star Wars fan. Designed from the ground up, iBUYPOWER engineers have specially thrown in liquid cooling so that you will be able to overclock it to your heart’s content, and the name Erebus itself intends to cast a dark shadow over the rest of its competition. As to what you will find underneath the hood, there are four radiators (three 240mm ?Dual? and one 480mm ?Quad? radiator) alongside a 13mm high flow tubing that pumps out 4.5 gallons per minute of cooling liquid so that the Erebus? rugged steel chassis remains ice cold even under high performance conditions.
Own a Nintendo 3DS and wish that you could do more with it? When we say more, we are talking about getting the most bang for your buck, so mark your calendars for this coming June 7th, as Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to get hold of downloadable extras from Best Buy from that date onwards. This collaboration would mean Nintendo 3DS owners can experience automatic wireless access at around 1,000 Best Buy stores throughout the US, although those will be select locations only.
It goes without saying that an unlocked handset will be much more expensive compared to one that has you tied down to a 2-year contract, and some of us might want to change our hardware more often than we originally thought. Well, the scenario of cheaper unlocked handsets aren’t going to change anytime soon, not when the Motorola Droid X2 has been slapped with a $600 price tag over at Walmart – this information was gleaned from a Walmart inventory label that you see above, placing it on par (price wise) with the HTC Incredible II. This is $30 more than what you will need to fork out for a Samsung Droid Charge, but is that slight premium worth the distinction of owning Verizon’s first dual-core smartphone?
Is too much of a good thing bad for you? Perhaps, but not for a select group of techies who think that you can never have too much choice. If that is the case, then you would do well to check out the delectable spread of smartphones over in Japan from NTT DoCoMo, as they have just announced their 2011 summer range that comprises of two dozen mobile devices that will roll out from May 20th onwards. Of course, smartphones are not the only releases since feature phones that are compatible with DoCoMo?s i-mode mobile Internet platform will also hit the deck to make your purchase decision even more confusing.
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AT&T is still working on buying T-Mobile. In the meantime T-Mobile is of course continuing as nothing is happening. ThisIsMyNext got access to the T-Mobile 2011 roadmap and there are lots of cool...
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“There are two kinds of statistics, the kind you look up and the kind you make up” – or so the saying goes by Rex Stout in Death of a Doxy. Well, Microsoft has laid claim to what does sound like a frightening idea – one in every 14 downloads are malicious in nature, so the next time a website you are unfamiliar with prompts you to download a new version of a software in order to listen to a particular track, or to solve a potential problem, you would do well to think again – if Microsoft is correct and you’ve already done your 13 downloads for the day so far, chances are this might end up being the malicious piece of software that you’ve been trying to avoid.
Bear in mind that this applies to Windows users only (hey, with Microsoft behind this study, why not?), so Mac users can heave a sigh of relief and go about with their downloading frenzy while throwing caution to the wind. Never mind that Microsoft’s own Internet Explorer browser was designed to steer users away from unknown and potentially untrustworthy software, around 5% of its users will blindly go ahead out of ignorance or taking on their gambling nature, ignoring whatever warnings that are presented, ending up with a download of malicious Trojan horse program instead.
If you have deep pockets and want to upgrade your ride to befit your stature in society (especially after you have just clinched a huge commission after carefully negotiating that multi-million dollar deal for your company), then you might want to consider the next-generation Porsche 911. This model will be very different from what you’ve seen in the past – underneath the hood, that is. To the untrained eye, it looks every inch the same as that of the previous generation, but what you will get would be a KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) device inside that saw action in Formula 1 a couple of years ago. What is KERS? Well, this system will take energy from braking a car, turning it into electricity so that it can be used as an electrical power source instead. Sounds very hybrid, no? Unlike a hybrid, electricity is not stored in a battery but relies on a special flywheel system instead.
Redfish has announced its iDVM Digital Multimeter that will be connected to an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad (all iOS devices here, so Android smartphone owners will just have to make do without it for the moment). Just what does the iDVM Digital Multimeter do? Well, it will connect to the aforementioned iOS-powered devices sans wires so that users can acquire, visualize, and share electrical measurement data on their Apple devices. The iDVM app can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store just in case you are interested – is that reason enough for you to get an iPhone or iPod touch if you haven’t done so already?
T-Mobile has a new 2011 roadmap that shows off a bevy of new handsets apart from the Samsung Hercules – we are talkinga bout the HTC G-Infinity, LG Optimus II, BlackBerry Bold Touch, Monza, and Apollo – all in the coming months.
This June, you will get be able to get your hands on the Sensation 4G, t499 Tass, and t379 Triumph. Apart from that, do look forward also to the Huawei E587 ?Wayne? which is a 42Mbps HSPA+ mobile hotspot that sports 802.11n capability and a built-in display.
Google certainly does seem to have its strategy for the Android platform all worked out – they are working to bring Android 2.2 right smack into the middle of your living room, thanks to Android TV. Do bear in mind that Android TV is very different from Google TV, where this tiny set top box will show off Android 2.2 Froyo running on your TV thanks to HDMI or component cable. It will run on an Amlogic 1GHz Coretex A9 CPU at its heart, accompanied by 512MB RAM, 2GB of internal memory, an SD memory card slot that lets you cram in another 32GB of storage space, and an USB port that lets you connect an external USB hard drive.