Spencer Dalziel

SanDisk unveils tiny Cruzer Blade USB drive

SanDisk unveils tiny Cruzer Blade USB drive

The diminutive storage device is no bigger than a paper clip and reaches capacity of 16GB.
By Spencer Dalziel Jul 29 2010, 10:34AM
Adobe to patch critical Flash flaw Thursday

Adobe to patch critical Flash flaw Thursday

Adobe has been forced to issue a security patch for Flash a month ahead of its planned cycle
By Spencer Dalziel Jun 10 2010, 9:34AM
Corsair announces high-end solid state disks

Corsair announces high-end solid state disks

Memory maker Corsair has unveiled its flagship Force Series line of Solid-State Drives (SSDs)
By Spencer Dalziel May 24 2010, 9:47AM
Peppermint Linux is out

Peppermint Linux is out

A web-based Linux OS called Peppermint that requires only 4GB of hard drive space and has been released.
By Spencer Dalziel May 11 2010, 12:01PM
Apple unveils 2010 MacBook Pro upgrades

Apple unveils 2010 MacBook Pro upgrades

Apple has updated its MacBook Pro line, promising up to 10 hours of battery life and enhanced graphics performance.
By Spencer Dalziel Apr 14 2010, 10:34AM
Ubuntu Linux has over 12 million users

Ubuntu Linux has over 12 million users

Linux vendor Canonical, which is planning a release of Ubuntu 10.04, claims its Ubuntu installed base is over 12 million users
By Spencer Dalziel Apr 9 2010, 8:29AM
 AMD launches HD 5870 Eyefinity

AMD launches HD 5870 Eyefinity

AMD claims it has the first graphics card capable of rendering in excess of 1 billion pixels per second, offering 12 times more resolution than 1080p HD.
By Spencer Dalziel Apr 1 2010, 9:42AM
Through the 3D looking glass

Through the 3D looking glass

We speak to the experts about about the lack of 3D standards, what will be driving the takeup of 3D and where they see 3D going in the next five years
By Spencer Dalziel Mar 31 2010, 9:20AM
Nokia files a mobile device power patent

Nokia files a mobile device power patent

Finnish phone maker Nokia has registered a patent application to power batteries through piezoelectric kinetic energy
By Spencer Dalziel Mar 9 2010, 12:46PM
Acer has seen the future

Acer has seen the future

PC maker Acer intends to launch an ├╝ber-thin laptop with a frameless touchscreen keyboard.
By Spencer Dalziel Mar 9 2010, 12:44PM
Fermi will finally appear next month

Fermi will finally appear next month

Graphics chipmaker Nvdia has announced the launch date for its long overdue Fermi GPUs
By Spencer Dalziel Feb 24 2010, 9:24AM
Sayonara Sony OLED TVs

Sayonara Sony OLED TVs

Japanese electronics manufacturer Sony will stop manufacturing OLED flat-screen TVs in Japan because of stalled demand, according to a Reuters report.
By Spencer Dalziel Feb 17 2010, 3:26PM
Intel to launch its delayed Itanium

Intel to launch its delayed Itanium

Chipmaker Intel is finally due to launch the next iteration of its 64-bit Itanium processor, after a year of delays and two years after specification leaks in 2008.
By Spencer Dalziel Feb 4 2010, 11:23AM
Displax launches a multi-touch film

Displax launches a multi-touch film

A developer of interactive technologies, Displax has launched a thinner-than-paper polymer "skin" that can turn any surface into a multi-touch display.
By Spencer Dalziel Feb 3 2010, 10:51AM
Windows 7 RC shutdown comes in March

Windows 7 RC shutdown comes in March

For anyone still using a Release Candidate (RC) build of Windows 7, it's worth remembering that, if you haven't upgraded by March 2010, your operating system will become an ex-operating system before too long
By Spencer Dalziel Feb 2 2010, 11:50AM
Microsoft to release Windows Mobile 7

Microsoft to release Windows Mobile 7

Rumours that Microsoft will soon launch Windows Mobile 7.0 - a mere few months after the disappointing firmware upgrade otherwise known as Windows Mobile 6.5 - have been rife for months.
By Spencer Dalziel Jan 25 2010, 10:05AM