There were recent rumors from many places including GamesIndustry.biz that UK video game developer Free Radical Design is closing their doors. Well it appears that that is not the case, the company has instead gone into administration. This will allow the company to continue operating even though they are not able to actively pay their debts.
Only a few hours ago we reported that Japanese bullet trains would be adding a Wi-Fi service that commuters would be able to pay to use when traveling. Now there is another company that is adding Wi-Fi to their mode of transportation, only this service will be free to all who whish to stay connected.
It seems today you can get just about anything in a solar powered version. Items you would not normally think of as a device that is capable of running on solar power such as headphones, 52-inch HDTV and persona media players (PMP). This next gadget takes going green a step further.
Mobile advertising marketplace, AdMob, has released a report that shows growing Wi-Fi usage in the US and the UK. Worldwide the iPhone requests grew 52 percent to 359 million in November to give the iPhone 6.3 percent of total requests and 9.9 percent of US requests.
iBUYPOWER is known for their innovative and powerful gaming PCs, which is why they have been chosen by Thermaltake as the first system builder to offer the Xpressar. The Thermaltake Xpressar Case is the world's first micro-refrigeration cooling case that features the new phase-change cooling technology.
It turns out all the rumors stating Nvidia was moving into the netbook market in 2009 turned out to be true. Nvidia plans to replace the legacy 3 chip design with a two chip cross between the Geforce 9400M and Atom chipsets. Rene Haas, Nvidia's VP of World Wide Sales, told the Inquirer in a recent interview: "It's really about developing a platform which attaches to the Atom."