When it comes to RAM most of us are still happy with 4GB or 6GB of memory. For some people that just is not enough RAM though. G.Skill has announced a new RAM kit with 48GB of total memory.
The kit has 12 hand-picked 4GB DIMMs and is specifically designed for machines using the EVGA Super Record 2 mainboard. That board has dual Intel Xeon CPU sockets.
In a drive to keep the Nexus One and Desire phones on the shelves, HTC has officially verified in a Press Release that "later this summer" these two devices will be receiving Super LCD screens instead of the AMOLED screens that are the culprit for so many high end devices being out of stock.
With the North American release of the Desire coming in August, it seems this was the only way to keep up with expected demand. Peter Chou, the CEO of HTC, stated that "the SLCD displays provide consumers with a comparable visual experience to HTC's current 3.7 inch displays with some additional benefits including battery performance."
I don't know anything about design, but this DIY wooden table/PC case looks more 1960's to me than Danish in design. Still the thing is cool if you like to build your own computer cases.
It's made from wood and the back of the case appears to be removed from some other sort of computer case. The designer claims that the case is about 85% complete right now.
There were lots of old video games that I had a lot of fun playing on my original PlayStation console back in the day. Those old games can be enjoyed again on many devices including Android smartphones.
A new emulator has landed on the Android market called PSX4Droid. The maker says the app is for high-end devices, presumably that means you need some muscular hardware to run the emulator.
Saitek is a big name in the computer peripherals market. The company has all manner of controllers and keyboard as well as some of the best flight sim gear out there.
Saitek has unveiled several new flight simulation items that will significantly add to a hard core enthusiast's realism. The new gear includes a multi panel with LED display, a backlit information panel, and a radio panel.
If you are a developer of Android apps, you probably want to layout your UI on paper before you start to build it. Doing the UI can be a pain if you have to freehand I would think.
A new stencil kit for Android UI design has surfaced from UI Stencils that sells for $24.95. With the kit, you get a stencil with all the shapes and buttons you need to lay out your Android app UI.
Researchers at MIT have developed cool new software that helps a photographer perfectly align photos and superimposes part of a historic photo from the same location over the pic. The process is very cool, but requires the new pic to be taken at the same angle and zoom level as the historic photo.
The software is designed to make it all easier to accomplish without complex setup. The MIT team was assisted by Adobe in the project. One day the team envisions the software being ran directly from the camera.
Way back in 1996 the WTO brokered a deal between 72 participating countries that eliminated duties on the import of products like computer displays, set-top boxes, and printers. The agreement was called the information technology agreement or ITA.
The EU has been charging duties on these products claiming that new features on printers and display move them into the consumer electronics market. The WTO has found that these duties were improperly levied against the products.
If you ever wanted to add Android to your notebook, netbook, or desktop PC but weren't sure exactly how to do it, How-To Geek has a step by step just for you. The instructions are easy to follow and show how to install Android using two methods.
The first method uses a flash drive or memory card with 256MB of free space. You download the Android ISO for x86 devices along with some other software specified.
When the Dell Studio XPS 1645 went on sale early this year is looked very good on paper. Once the machine was in the hands of consumers, they quickly found that it had issues with throttling in some scenarios.
Dell has finally offered a solution to the issue with the notebook. Dell has a new BIOS update for the Studio XPS 1645 that is available for download.