Nvidia to unlock SLI for AMD 990 series chipsets

Good news for AMD fellas.AMD enthusiasts had to resort to unofficial patches to make SLI work on their boards but not anymore. NVIDIA has finally agreed to make their SLI technology available for AMD 9-series chipsets boards supporting the Zambezi processors based on Bulldozer architecture.But only 990FX and 990X will be supported though ... Continue Reading →

Nokia is already working on first Windows Phone devices

Reports from sources say to have confirmed Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has sayin work has already begun on the company’s first Windows Phone smartphones.Elop previously revealed at Mobile World Congress that Nokia would like to produce a Windows Phone 7 device into the market by the end of 2011. Speaking to Reuters this week, Elop confirmed that the company ... Continue Reading →

Sanjay Jha hints multiple Motorola tablet sizes in the making, hints at Atrix on other carriers

Sanjay Jha just confirmed on Motorola’s earnings call that he “sees good reason” to eventually release an entire family of tablets at “different multiple different display sizes and price points.” Specifically, Jha mentioned 7-inch tablets, and later said that consumer demographics like kids, teenagers, and “women” ... Continue Reading →

LG teams up with VMware to deploy Android phones with virtualization

VMware has been in the process of sexy virtualization not only on the operating systems but also on a single smartphone for some time — and it’s finally getting the opportunity to deliver to the masses thanks to a new partnership with LG. Targeted at the enterprise, Korea’s number two phone maker — which is going into 2011 with ... Continue Reading →

AirVideoEnabler hack brings AirPlay video to the rest of your apps

Apple’s new AirPlay video streaming feature is great… unless you want to use it in a non-Apple app. I am not sure what is the reason, Apple is restricting AirPlay video to just its first party apps right now, and not even all of those (Safari is left out, for instance). Interestingly, Apple actually built the functionality in, it’s ... Continue Reading →