Monthly Archive:: January 2012
Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-TS3 was already the one camera you’d probably want to take on “The Amazing Race,” but today its maker announced a new wave of rugged digital cameras, including an update to the flagship, now called
While some people will watch the Super Bowl on Sunday to actually see the Patriots and the Giants clash, some people will only care about the TV commercials. The Super Bowl is usually the single biggest TV
Who knew a “p” packed so much punch? Just weeks after Lenovo cut loose with a boatload of new machines, the outfit has quietly slipped out an even newer model tailored for gamers. The 14-inch IdeaPad Y470p
Tech Lobby’s roundup of reviews from around the web for Thursday.
This is XIGMATEK’s hybrid PC chassis. With great looks and solid build combined it already looks to be a promising case. Those with top end hardware in mind can rest assured they will be able to create
We’re looking at an unusual CPU cooler this time. It is definitely unique to say the least. The XIGMATEK Colosseum is designed to be a new and somewhat different offering from XIGMATEK but does it deliver?
ASUS was plenty busy at CES last week, but it held back at least one product on us — the B23E. This 12.5-inch business laptop packs a Core i5 or i7, up to 8GB of RAM and
Microsoft has yet to give an official announcement about its plans for a successor to its Xbox 360 console. However, the rumors of that console (called Xbox Next or Xbox 720 in the media) have continued to
MSI X79 mainboards with Military Class III components have unanimously proven to be the fastest X79 based mainboards in the world. American overclocker Turn&Burn succesfully overclocked an Intel Core i7 3930K processor to a stunning record of
Microsoft and its internal game development studio 343 Industries are busy creating Halo 4, the next game in the best selling sci-fi first person shooter series for the Xbox 360 console. The game isn’t due to be
Tech Lobby has been given a makeover which, to be honest, was long overdue. We hope our new theme, Iqra, betters your experience of browsing the site. Although Tech Lobby has undergone some major changes you may
As Intel is ready to launch its next-generation Ivy Bridge platform for ultrabooks in April, hoping to bring down the average price of ultrabooks to US$799-999 with enhanced performance, AMD is also set to launch its Trinity-based
Microsoft wrapped up their final appearance at CES with a bang, but what may have been the coolest windows product to emerge from last week’s event had nothing to do with a new smartphone or the notable
Earlier this week, we reported that during Intel’s CES 2012 press event, it showed a demo of a racing game, Codemasters’ F1 2011, running on DirectX 11 on an Ultrabook. Except that it wasn’t a live game
With a strong holiday sales period finishing a banner year, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 ended 2011 as the best-selling current-generation console in the U.S., outselling the second-place console by more than 2.7 million units, according to The NPD