Yahoo strengthens Facebook ties

From CNET Continuing its forays into the social-networking realm, and its announced partnership with Facebook, Yahoo is introducing features that will further integrate its services with Facebook.

Beta of Windows 7 update due in July

From CNET Microsoft said on Monday that it expects to have a public beta by July for the first service pack update to Windows 7.

The announcement came at the start of Microsoft's TechEd conference, being held this week in New Orleans.

HP Web-connected Printers Coming This Month, Will Print Via Email

From DailyTech: HP is one of the largest tech firm in the world with products ranging from PCs to LCD monitors to devices like printers. HP may be best known for its computers, but a large portion of the company's profits come from printers and more specifically the ink that often costs more to replace than the printer cost to purchase new.

Foxconn Offers Performance-based Pay Raise of 66 Percent

From DailyTech: Foxconn is the company that manufactures some of the most popular gadgets on the market including the Apple iPhone and the iPad. Over the last several months, Foxconn has seen an uptick in suicides among its workers that have led to concerns over conditions at the factory.

Articles Roundup: June 6, 2010

Antec EarthWatts 750W Power Supply @
Thermalright AXP-140 Heatpipe CPU Cooler @
OCZ Vertex 2 100GB SSD @

Are you excited for the next generation iPhone?

60% (78 votes)
40% (52 votes)
Total votes: 130

Jetway NC94FL-510-LF Review (Page 1 of 12)

Quick: Name all the differences between the Jetway NC96FL-510-LF and NC94FL-510-LF. It is a '4' rather than a '6' in the name, you say? Well... I guess you are technically correct, haha. Now, repeat the names of both products without looking back. Yeah. I don't know about you, but personally I did not find the name very memorable at all. After writing an entire review on Jetway's NC96FL-510-LF mini-ITX motherboard a couple weeks ago, I still resort to copying and pasting the model number every single time! That said, if you look past the complicated alphanumeric naming scheme currently employed by Jetway, the company actually makes a pretty impressive line of mini-ITX motherboards. While the Jetway NC96FL-510-LF features the same Intel Atom D510 dual core processor as the NC94FL-510-LF we are reviewing today, the latter lacks an integrated DC to DC converter, and therefore does not need a direct 12V DC input from an external power brick. There are a few fundamental technical differences as well. While the NC96 has four of its PCI Express lanes provided by the NM10 chipset to a mini-PCIe slot, Gigabit LAN, and two Serial ATA ports, the NC94 has all four lanes routed to a single PCI Express x4 slot in place of a standard PCI slot. This means the NC94FL-510-LF has more flexibility when it comes to modern add-on card upgrades, and generally better compatibility because it accepts standard ATX plugs for it to easily be fired up and made ready to go. Generally speaking, the differences extend beyond just its name and power delivery method. At about $10 cheaper than the NC96 at press time, how well does this motherboard step up in application? Read on to find out!

Continue reading: Jetway NC94FL-510-LF mITX Motherboard review

Apple May Reveal The Next-Gen iPhone on Monday

From X-bit Labs: On Monday, the 7th of June, Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicks off and it is highly likely that the chief executive of the company will be on stage to unveil the next-generation Apple iPhone gadget. The previous smartphones by the company were a success and, taking into account a huge fan base of Apple, the fourth-generation product will also be a bestseller. But the question is that the competition is heating up.

Facebook E-mail Leak Claims are Bogus

From PC World: It's healthy to distrust many aspects of Facebook, especially after it recently crowned itself prince of privacy problems. However, the anti-Facebook pig pile has gotten out of hand when legit publications like The Register rail against the social networking site without warrant.

Dell considered buyout

From CNET At an investor conference in New York Thursday, Michael Dell said he has considered taking his company private.

He made the statement in response to a question at a Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. conference, according to several reports. Dell did not explain why or what the motivation for considering selling his company had been.


Subscribe to APH Networks RSS