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February 1, 2012  12:54 PM

In this Corner – Samsung Galaxy S3



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Android 4.0, Exynos, Galaxy S3, Ice Cream Sandwich, ICS, iOS 5, iphone 5 release, launch date, MWC 2012, quad-core, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S3

The Galaxy S3 will not be showing up at the Mobile World Conference 2012, but instead will get its own launch party mid 2012. Whether it is delayed because of manufacturing or because of wanting to directly compete with iPhone 5, the launch of the Galaxy S3 will be huge. You can bet that it will...

December 16, 2011  5:02 AM

Asus Transformer Prime Update!



Posted by: Nathan Simon
ASUS, iPad killer, quad-core, release date, tablet, Tegra 3, Transformer Prime

Okay... so i think it's about official... the Transformer Prime will be available before Christmas! I just hopped on over to Bestbuy.ca and as of now they have a release date for the 20th of December... that is 1 day past what everyone in the whole world seems to think...


December 6, 2011  1:06 PM

Asus Transformer Prime



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Apple, ASUS, delays, Micro SD, Nvidia Tegra 3, quad-core, Transformer Prime, WiFi

What is being dubbed the best tablet on the market today (well it's not quite here yet) is almost ready to be released to the masses. Some stores even have demo units of the Transformer Prime. What I hear is that it will be release December 19th, but some say December 8th or 12th, so I am not too...


November 21, 2011  11:29 PM

Miss the BlackBerry Playbook Boat?



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BlackBerry PlayBook, chip, Ipad, iPad 2, Nvidia, Processor, quad-core, RIM, soc, tablet, Tegra 3

So who got a Playbook? I tried to get on and they are sold out everywhere. I hate to say this but RIM copied HP, and that's fine, at least they don't intent to close the QNX doors like HP did with Web Os and the Touch Pad. Well if you missed the boat and were unable to get a Playbook, have no fear,...


December 2, 2010  1:56 PM

Fasted CPU on the Planet



Posted by: Nathan Simon
audio encoding, Core i5-750, Core i7-975, Core i7-980x, Extreme Edition, fastest CPU, Intel, Maximum PC, PC Gaming, quad-core, video encoding

Maybe I am wrong, but according to Maximum PC the fastest processor on the planet is the Core i7-980x.

Intel’s new 3.33GHz Core i7-980X builds on all the goodness of the ass-kicking quad-core 3.33GHz Core i7-975...


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