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Today Apple unveiled the much-anticipated razor-thin notebook, the MacBook Air.  One problem though.  More on that later.During his Macworld Expo keynote address on Tuesday morning, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air Tuesday, a computer that the company billed as the world's thinnest notebook -- small enough to fit inside... Read more...
We've posted a myriad of information and preliminary benchmarks regarding Intel's upcoming extreme Octa-Core SkullTrail platform over the last few months, since attending the Intel Developers Forum this past September.  In their booth at the Consumer Electronics Show, however, Intel disclosed a few more juicy details and... Read more...
CORSAIR INTRODUCES 32GB HIGH-DENSITY USB FLASH DRIVESFOR FLASH VOYAGER™ AND FLASH SURVIVOR™ AT CES 2008Fremont, CA, January 3, 2008 – Corsair® http://www.corsair.com, a worldwide leader in high performance computer and flash memory products, announced today that it is expanding its Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor USB family... Read more...
Ripping CDs that you own for your personal use should be OK, right?  Not according to the RIAA.Now, in an unusual case in which an Arizona recipient of an RIAA letter has fought back in court rather than write a check to avoid hefty legal fees, the industry is taking its argument against music sharing one step further: In legal documents... Read more...
Corsair Announces TX Series of Power Supplies for PC Enthusiasts and Extreme GamersNew High-Performance, Energy-Efficient Power Supplies Meet and Exceed the Most Demanding Requirements of Enthusiasts & Performance SeekersFremont, CA, October 16, 2007 – Corsair® www.corsair.com, a worldwide leader in design and manufacturer of high-performance... Read more...
The words "game software" in a subject always catches our attention.  In this case researchers are trying to teach guards how to randomize their search routes, to better patrol airports.Guards are usually told to patrol in a random fashion but, being human, they tend to form habits that patient criminals can exploit. To help make their... Read more...
Wow, soon we won't even need to show up. Oh wait, we still have to show up so we can be searched, x-rayed, prodded, and take off our shoes.Major airlines have agreed on a standard that will allow travelers to check in using a bar code sent to their cell phones, the International Air Transport Association said Thursday.Passengers will register... Read more...
Alaska Airlines today announced plans to become the first U.S. airline to offer in-flight wi-fi.  While this would keep people like us from becoming bored on a flight, it does have its downside.Seattle-based Alaska plans to install Westlake Village, Calif.-based Row 44's broadband service on one Boeing 737 jet next spring.Row 44's system Manage... Read more...
Roving HH reporter, Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta continues his coverage of IDF today, with a product showcase from some of your favorites and even a few newcomers. More fun and frolic, here...... Read more...
There were a multitude of products on display on the show floor at the Intel Developers Forum this year, most of which were designed for the enterprise space.  In addition to the plethora of servers on display, however, were products from a number of manufactures that are well known to enthusiasts.  We stopped by a few of their booths and... Read more...
Corsair Is First Official Licensee for Intel's DDR3 Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) Specification New Over-Clocking Specification Delivers Maximum Performance for Enthusiasts and Extreme Gamers When Combined with DHX Technology FREMONT, Calif.,... Read more...
We're in the early stages of a major transition in the PC arena, much like in 2004 when Intel launched their first core logic chipset with support for DDR2 memory.  This time around, however, Intel is pushing DDR3 memory with their current crop of desktop chipsets. When DDR2 memory first hit the scene, we recommended users to tread... Read more...
How much is an unlocked iPhone worth?  Apparently the value is about equal to that of a new Nissan 350z and a few unlocked 8GB iPhones.  That’s $30,000 or more.The purchaser of the unlocked iPhone is CertiCell, a mobile phone repair company in Louisville, Ky.  In the wake of recent AT&T threats to litigate against people and/or organizations... Read more...
The paperless office was forecast years ago - and never happened.  But the global airlines body IATA has set the stage for the paperless air transit system, by placing what it called the last order for paper tickets, ever. "In just 278 more days, the paper ticket will become a collector's item," said Giovanni Bisignani, director... Read more...
We're closing out the week with some new content for you all. We’ve just posted a new article here at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features and performance of Corsair’s brand-new VX450W 450W power supply.  Here’s a snip from the piece... “Looking over the specifications,... Read more...
It’s a fact that extremely large, high-wattage power supplies tend to get the most press online, as the vast majority of PSU manufacturers are caught up in the never-ending competition of trying to get the highest wattage products out there. While this competition has fostered innovation in this market, in addition to pushing down prices of... Read more...
Just in case you like to jump right down to the news, we wanted to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article here at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features and performance of Corsair’s new Flash Padlock USB drive.  If you have ever been concerned about data security, the Flash Padlock may appeal to... Read more...
Data. Can't live with it, can't live without it. We're sure you can all understand why we can't live without it, but you may be curious why we say we can't live with it. The problem with data is not the data itself but rather the users of that data. More accurately, we should say that the real problem (or challenge or opportunity, depending... Read more...
Corsair Introduces Eco-Friendly Power Supply Family VX450W and VX550W PSUs offer Rock-Solid Performance at an Incredible Value Fremont, CA (August 1, 2007) -- Corsair http://www.corsair.com, a worldwide leader in high performance computer memory and peripheral components, today unveiled... Read more...
Over the last few years, Thermaltake has had an increasingly greater presence at Computex. The company has used Computex as a launch pad for a number of new products, and this year’s show was no exception. New coolers, cases, power supplies, and even a few gadgets were on display at Thermaltake’s booth.... Read more...
CORSAIR ANNOUNCES WORLD’S FASTEST DDR3 MEMORY Optimized for Current and Future Intel Platforms, Corsair demonstrates production-ready DDR3-1600 DOMINATOR and previews next generation speed grade at DDR3-2000 COMPUTEX – Taipei, Taiwan (June 4, 2007) – Corsair, the worldwide leader in high performance... Read more...
Hello everyone.  Just in case you like to just right to the news and missed the new link at the top of the page, we wanted to let you all know that we've just posted a new article in which we evaluate the features and acoustic performance of Abit's iDome speakers and AirPace Music wireless access point. The iDome satellites turned out to be... Read more...
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