Microsoft discovers two security flaws in Chrome
It's of course very typical from Microsoft to "point out" security flaws from Google's Chrome, anything to trash the competition right ? None the less, these are flaws that need some TLC from Google.
NetworkWorld reports Microsoft discovered two minor security vulnerabilities in Google's Chrome browser:
There's nothing stopping Microsoft researchers from poking through Google software and finding bugs of their own. And that's just what they're doing now, announcing a new vulnerability disclosure policy for non-Microsoft products, and kicking off the program today with two security reports covering products made by none other than Google.
Both security reports affect the Chrome browser. Google likes to brag that its sandboxing method keeps users safer than they would otherwise be in Internet Explorer. But no browser is bullet-proof and Microsoft wants Web surfers to know that Chrome has problems of its own.
Leaked Roadmap shows Two Lines of Enthusiast Sandy Bridge-E CPUs
These are multi-core processors based on the 2011-pin LGA Socket and Intel X79 Express chipset.
A new roadmap slide leaked to the Chinese media reveals that these CPUs can be overclocked or "unlocked", as Intel puts it yet also comes with a locked down version.
There will be 6-core chips at the very top of the line, to be unlocked and tagged in the "Extreme Edition" series. These dogs of war feature 15 MB of L3 cache, among several other features enabled. We're betting these processors will cost around US $1000.
The first batch will be clocked at 3.30 GHz (+ Turbo). The second class of "unlocked" chips are those which make overclocking more accessible at lower price points probably branded with the "K" brand identifier extension (eg: 2600K).
These 6-core chips will feature unlocked multipliers, while having 12 MB of cache enabled. The first of these chips will be clocked at 3.20 GHz.
Anyways, have a peek at the leaked slide, that's some good info ...
Silicon Power Blaze Series USB 3.0 Drives Change Colors with Temperature
Silicon Power releases the Blaze B10, the market
Sony MDR-DS6500 Wireless 7.1-channel Headphones
PowerColor Single-Slot R6850 , 4-way CrossFireX
Interesting news from the PowerColor, it seems that they have been hard at work to manufacture a single-slot based Radeon HD 6850 card. Single slot gives it the advantage of easily placing it on a motherboard space wise, and thus that allows for quad-Crossfire mode.
The Single-Slot Edition has roughly similar display connectivity with one DVI one full-size HDMI 1.4a and two DisplayPort 1.2. Power is drawn in from one single 6-pin power connector. The card uses AMD reference clock speeds of 775 MHz core and 1000 MHz (4.00 GHz effective) memory. There's 1 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 256-bit wide memory interface onboard. Based on the 40 nm Barts GPU, HD 6850 features 960 stream processors, and full DirectX 11 compliance.
X Rebirth Space Sim game announced
Kingston secure DataTraveler 4000-M series
Kingston presents the DataTraveler 4000-M Manager (DT4000-M), a new USB flash drive that focuses on security. It is FIPS 140-2 Level 2 certified, the flash drive offers full hardware-based 256-bit AES encryption in CBC mode and locks down after 10 intrusion attempts. It's pretty expensive though, prices range from $62 to $195 for the 2GB to 16GB units. Additionally, the performance isn't too impressive either, read speeds are only 18MB/s and write speeds are listed as just 10MB/s.
Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the DataTraveler
ASUS P8Z68-V Pro motherboard photo's
Check it out, this is the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro motherboard which is a socket LGA 1155 (Sandy Bridge) motherboard, this motherboard is based of a 14-phase Digi+ VRM to power the CPU.
The mobo includes CPU overclocking features driven by the UEFI BIOS, coupled with Intel Flexible Display Interface, letting you make use of the processor's embedded Intel HD 3000 graphics with Intel QuickSync accelerated video encoding.
Further, the board is Lucid Virtu certified, letting you use (and switch between, depending on graphics load) both the integrated and discrete graphics simultaneously, and saving power in the process. Another useless LUCID chip as who's not going to use a dedicated graphics card on a high-end chipset based motherboard ?!
Intel will release its Z68 chipsets in the first half of May.Have a peek at the thumbnails.
AMD HD6000 Graphics Cards by MSI
MSI, the leading graphics card and motherboard manufacturer in the world, today announced the release of three new graphics cards based on the AMD Radeon HD6000 architecture: the R6670-MD1GD5, R6570-MD1GD3/LP, and R6450-MD1GD3/LP. All of the new MSI graphics cards in the AMD HD 6000 family support the latest version of MSI
Motorcycles out of watch parts
On the topic 'its just cool' we like seeing people take one device and use it to make other devices. I
HIS Radeon HD 6450, 6570 and 6670 launched
HIS issued a press-release on their new Radeon HD 6450, 6570 and 6670 graphics cards.
TODAY, Hightech Information System (HIS) introduces its HIS 6670 Fan, 6570 Silence & 6450 Silence 1GB graphics cards, delivering a premium and reliable computing experience to our digital lifestyle and business PC users. The new models also make multimedia tasks easier with features like AMD App Acceleration, AMD HD3D and DirectX
Alienware M18x, M14x and enhanced M11x gaming laptops
Alienware announced three new mobile gaming systems; the M18x, the M14x and a revised edition of the M11x.
The two new faces in the Alienware laptop family, the upcoming M18x and the M14x, along with the new M11x, deliver unprecedented power to the gamer on the go. All three platforms offer the latest in gaming technology and feature second-generation Intel Core i processors to deliver the most immersive high-performance gaming experience imaginable. In particular:
The M18x will offer dual-graphics technology and the industry
Erase a CD With Electricity
No comments, just a fun watch .. :)
Call of Duty: Black Ops 'Escalation' DLC trailer
G Skill releases DDR3 2300MHz 8GB memory for P67 platform
Since the demand of big capacity memory has grown dramatically, G.Skill R&D team has been dedicated to develop the fastest and best performing products based on 4GB memory sticks continuously. Following the marvelous achievement of DDR3 1900MHz 48GB and DDR3 2200MHz 16GB kits, G.Skill once again pushed the memory speed further and developed the industry leading memory kit. The DDR3 2300MHz CL9 kit has passed a series of rigorous tests and guarantees the best stability and performance.
SilverStone RAVEN RV03B-W Chassis
The RAVEN team's continued push to redefine and perfect the enthusiast tower chassis has resulted in yet another benchmark in the RAVEN RV03. With world-class cooling performance from the previous RAVEN chassis models retained by the included 180mm Air Penetrator fans, a rethinking of the interior layout enabled dramatic reduction in overall depth of the chassis compared to RAVEN RV02 while still matching RAVEN RV01's ability to accommodate Extended ATX motherboard and graphics cards longer than 13 inches.
Cable management was also improved with a new 5cm thick hard drive compartment to allow nearly all cables to be connected behind the motherboard tray with ease. An unconventional power supply compartment located in the lower front part of the chassis further add to facilitate cable routing so anyone can assemble a pristine looking system with maximum airflow efficiency.
Complementing the finely tuned and engineered interior, the RV03 has champagne colored trimmings adorning an exterior with aggressive lines yet reserved profile. The stand out styling also fully utilizes the chassis's powerful cooling ability to full effect by a set of smartly designed, dual-purpose front bezels that helps to keep the RV03 looking sharp and uniform whether the user is setting up for maximum air cooling or for a silencing build.
As a trend-setter and a computer chassis engineering showcase, the RAVEN RV03 has few equals. However, its advanced features are equally accessible that anyone from experienced enthusiasts to novice users will find easy to appreciate and utilize, making RV03 the most appealing RAVEN chassis yet!
- Revolutionary 90 degree motherboard mounting from RAVEN RV01
- Includes two Air Penetrator 180mm fans for superb performance and quietness
- Support up to seven 120mm fans for exceptional cooling flexibility
- Motherboard back plate opening behind CPU area for quick cooler assembly
- Supports Extended ATX motherboard
- Supports eight expansion slots and graphics cards of any length
- Mandatory cable management design for clean looking system on every build
- Hard drive compartment with independent cooling zone
- Upscale and aggressive styling with dual-purpose front panel bezels
Gigabyte Z68X-UD3P-B3 motherboard surfaces
The colleagues over at TPU found some photos of Gigabyte's forthcoming Z68X-UD3P-B3 motherboard. It features 14-phase VRM with driver-MOSFETs, a hybrid-EFI BIOS, two PCIe x16 slots , four SATA 6Gbps ports, and four USB 3.0 ports. Launch is expected by early May.
"Expansion slots include two PCI-Express 2.0 x16 (electrical x8, x8 when both are populated), with 2-way NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFireX support. Storage connectivity includes four SATA 6 Gb/s (two from the Z68 PCH, two from a Marvell-made controller), and four internal SATA 3 Gb/s from the PCH. Other connectivity includes four USB 3.0 ports (two internal/by header), a number of USB 2.0 ports, FireWire, gigabit Ethernet, and 8-channel HD audio".
Meanwhile this motherboard already popped up in some asian stores.
Samsung might sell HDD business to Seagate
WSJ reports Samsung is considering to sell its loss-making HDD business and notes Seagate may be a potential buyer.
Samsung Electronics Co. is considering selling its money-losing hard-disk-drive business to raise cash to invest in new growth areas, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Samsung is looking to sell the unit for $1.5 billion, but it may consider a deal under $1 billion, the person said.
A potential buyer for the business is hard-disk maker Seagate Technology Inc., the person said.