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First iPad Review: It Might Kill The Laptop

First iPad Review: It Might Kill The Laptop

Walter Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal has written an in depth review of the iPad only days before its much anticipated release. Mr Mossberg has used the device for a week, and has  spent hours and hours analyzing it’s  most important features. For those of you still not sure if you really want to […]

By On April 1, 2010 2 Responses
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Hanvon’s Multitouch BC10C Touchpad

Hanvon’s Multitouch BC10C Touchpad

The Hanvon TouchPad BC10C tablet is one of the most desirable that we’ve come across. The 10-inch tablet has a flush glossy display and comes with a 1024 x 600 resolution capacitive screen. But the sad thing 3.5 hours of battery life for when “mobile” isn’t an important word in your vocabulary. Specifically, the Hanvon […]

By On March 15, 2010 Respond
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LG’s ultraslim XNote X300 Announced of Availability In the Asian, Middle Eastern and South American

LG’s ultraslim XNote X300 Announced of Availability In the Asian, Middle Eastern and South American

LG has launched its ultra-slim notebook for South Korean market, the LG XNote X300. This notebook has shown at CES 2010 last month.. At CES 2010, LG enticed audience with their latest ultra-slim, ultraportable – the LG X300 Netbook. This device is just 17.6mm thick and can easily slip into a manila envelope. Most feature […]

By On March 8, 2010 3 Responses
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HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition Laptop

HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition Laptop

HP’s officially launching the Mini 210 Vivienne Tam edition that it previewed back at September’s Fall Fashion Week, and, well, it sure is unique looking. The butterfly adorned cover may only appeal to a certain romantic type, the gold covered keyboard is kings and queens to type on. Combining Tam’s “Butterfly Lovers” design with HP […]

By On March 4, 2010 3 Responses
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Averatec N1200 with N450 Processor

Averatec N1200 with N450 Processor

Averatec’s just outed its super thin, super light, 10-inch netbook, the N1200. Available in silver or black, it’s a good looking little with Intel Atom N450 Processor, package which weighs in at just 2.2 pounds.Averatec netbook, this one should find its place in the lifestyle segment and appeal to customers who attach importance to design. […]

By On March 3, 2010 Respond
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How To Fix 15 Annoyances On The Web

How To Fix 15 Annoyances On The Web

Surfing the web is an activity that nowadays few can go even a single day without. But there are some small annoying things on the web that we wish we could just get rid of, so we could go about our daily surfings in peace. The ever helpful people of PC World provide tips on […]

By On February 17, 2010 Respond
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Bill Gates Not A Fan Of The iPad

Bill Gates Not A Fan Of The iPad

Bill Gates says he is unimpressed with all the hype over rival Steve Jobs’ iPad, saying he and Microsoft have had the idea for the tablet PC long before Jobs and Apple entered the scene. He says his original idea remains just as solid today, but that the new iPad doesn’t impress him much. “You […]

By On February 16, 2010 Respond
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The Big Merge: Nokia And Intel Joined Together To Build New Mobile OS, MeeGo

The Big Merge: Nokia And Intel Joined Together To Build New Mobile OS, MeeGo

That’s a great merge. World’s largest chip maker Intel and one of the leading mobile set maker Nokia merged together to create a new mobile OS. They already have given the name of the OS. It’s named MeeGo. According to Mashable, MeeGo based mobile set will be available at the later end of this year. […]

By On February 15, 2010 1 Response
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iPad-Strong Competitor For The Future Portable Gaming

iPad-Strong Competitor For The Future Portable Gaming

iPad, with larger screen and faster processor than the iPhone and iTouch, could offer gamers the ultimate portable gaming device. With it’s 9.7-inch touchscreen display and other functionality ipad could be the batter choice for portable game lover. Seemingly tailor-made for puzzle games, racing simulations and arcade amusements, Apple’s iPhone has quickly become a major […]

By On February 14, 2010 Respond
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SIMFi: SIM card transforms into Wi-Fi hotspot

SIMFi: SIM card transforms into Wi-Fi hotspot

Smart card expert Sagem Orga (Safran group) and Telefonica, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, brought a new concept and made SIMFi technology which turn the SIM card into a Wi-Fi hotspot for your cellphone. Their enhancing mobile broadband services offer “SIMFi,” it’s a SIM card that adds Wi-Fi capabilities to cellphones. We heard […]

By On February 13, 2010 3 Responses
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GScreen DuaLScreen SpaceBook Laptop

GScreen DuaLScreen SpaceBook Laptop

This is the first photo of an actual gScreen dual 15.4-inch screen Spacebook—two full screens . There were renders before, but here are the photos. The Spacebook laptop it was sporting two 15.4-inch screens and promising to be ready by the end of 2009. Apparently the two 15-inch displays didn’t provide enough screen real estate, […]

By On February 13, 2010 Respond
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Google Chrome With The Support Of 1,500 Extensions

Google Chrome With The Support Of 1,500 Extensions

Google has updated its popular Chrome browser with support for at least 1,500 extensions and a long-awaited bookmark sync feature. “Some [extensions] provide one-click access to some of your favorite web applications like eBay and digg, or news and information sources such as NPR and Time.com,” explained Google spokesperson Nick Baum. “Others are useful tweaks […]

By On January 26, 2010 Respond
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Google Android for your PC

Google Android for your PC

Now we can run Google’s OS on Asus’ Eee PC netbooks as well as several other already tried and tested 32-bit (x86), platforms by managed to port Android to an x86 platform. The group of developers, calling themselves “Android-x86,” wrote on their website that just a few months after creating a patch to allow Android […]

By On January 21, 2010 2 Responses
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Skype Gains 50% International Calling Share

Skype Gains 50% International Calling Share

Here’s an interesting data just released by TeleGeography showing Skype getting 50% increase in its share of international calling minutes in 2009 from data of 2008. Skype managed to post a 12% market share in international calling minutes in 2009 from 2008’s 8%. This interesting because for awhile I thought Skype has already lost its […]

By On January 20, 2010 Respond
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Acer reveals biodegradable notebooks

Acer reveals biodegradable notebooks

According to Greanpeace, Acer is going to introduce more ecological & green technology in their machines, especially notebooks. They recently debuts two new laptops that have already been praised the the environmentalists. The two models are Acer Aspire 3811TZ and Aspire 3811TZG which have been designed with extreme energy efficiency in mind, as well as […]

By On January 20, 2010 Respond
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