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Seagate Unveiled Its First Solid State Drive 600 SSD For Consumers

Seagate Unveiled Its First Solid State Drive 600 SSD For Consumers

The world’s largest hard drive company Seagate is getting serious about Solid State Drives (SSDs). Yesterday, the company unveiled the Seagate 600 SSD, its first-ever consumer-to-enterprise solid state drive that will be sold along with Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s hard disks and hybrid hard drives, or storage devices that combine both speedy flash memory chips and high-capacity hard disks.

By On May 8, 2013 1 Response
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Intel Hopes To Beat ARM With Its Silvermont Architecture

Intel Hopes To Beat ARM With Its Silvermont Architecture

ARM has been able to assert a significant influence over the smartphone market, with its powerful System-on-Chip offerings. But now, Intel plans to change this by hoping to trump ARM’s chips with its new ‘Silvermont’ microarchitecture.

By On May 7, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Hints At Few Early Details Of Windows Blue

Microsoft Hints At Few Early Details Of Windows Blue

For quite some time, analysts have been speculating about Windows Blue, the codename for the next OS that is expected from Microsoft. Until now, the software giant had divulged no particulars about Windows Blue. A few official details have finally landed on the web.

By On May 7, 2013 1 Response
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New Anti-Abuse Ad Displays Secret Message Only To Kids

New Anti-Abuse Ad Displays Secret Message Only To Kids

Child abuse is a common issue and often, it’s very hard to reach out to the affected kids and offer them help. A Spanish organization has come up with a clever way of doing so. The organization has devised a unique ad which is visible only to people who are shorter than 4’5″.

By On May 7, 2013 Respond
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Sony Announced New Entry-level VAIO Fit Series Notebooks

Sony Announced New Entry-level VAIO Fit Series Notebooks

We have seen Sony juggling with its many laptops like the Vaio S, Vaio Z, and Vaio E. But lately Sony has started to simplify its lineup with the newly announced Vaio Fit line entry-level notebooks.

By On May 7, 2013 Respond
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Acer Unveils Its First Fully Featured 7.9-inch Tablet Iconia A1

Acer Unveils Its First Fully Featured 7.9-inch Tablet Iconia A1

Yesterday, Acer held a press event in New York City and unveiled a number of new products, including Aspire R7 Windows 8 laptop-tablet convertible whose display can be moved in any side and a $800 Windows 8 Ultrabook convertible Aspire P3 which will be coming to consumers shortly. At that event Acer also unveiled Iconia A1, the company’s first full-featured 7.9-inch tablet targeted at modern day explorers, adventurers, digital freaks and mobile executives requiring an all-day mobile companion.

By On May 5, 2013 Respond
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Acer Unveiled $800 Windows 8 Ultrabook Convertible Aspire P3

Acer Unveiled $800 Windows 8 Ultrabook Convertible Aspire P3

Yesterday, Acer held a press event in New York City and revealed some new devices that will be coming to consumers shortly. Besides revealing Aspire R7 Windows 8 laptop-tablet convertible whose display can be moved in any side, Acer also unveiled Aspire P3 Ultrabook, a Windows 8 Ultrabook convertible which delivers all the benefits of an Ultrabook in a unique design that easily transforms into a tablet.

By On May 4, 2013 Respond
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Intel Reveals Details Of Next-Gen Graphics Chip ‘Iris’

Intel Reveals Details Of Next-Gen Graphics Chip ‘Iris’

With every subsequent generation of computers, chip-makers strive to create more powerful graphics chips and processors. Lately, Intel has revealed the details of its next-generation graphics chips. These chips will be branded under the banner of ‘Iris.’

By On May 2, 2013 Respond
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HP Pavilion m6-1045dx 15.6-inch Notebook PC

HP Pavilion m6-1045dx 15.6-inch Notebook PC

If you are looking for a notebook PC that is great for home entertainment as well as business, then HP Pavilion m6-1045dx could be a good choice. This notebook is powered by a 3rd generation Intel core i5-3210m processor with a 2.5 GHz processor speed with turbo boost. The state of the art components and […]

By On April 28, 2013 Respond
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Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook

Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook

Gigabyte showed it’s convertible ultrabook at CES 2013 in Las Vegas. The 11.6-inch convertible ultrabook running Windows 8 operating system can be converted into a tablet or a ultrabook based on your needs. The machine packs powerful hardware. Don’t expect to find an optical drive though. The price is moderate for such machines.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook Now Available

Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook Now Available

Gigabyte showed its new convertible ultrabook at CES 2013 in Las Vegas. The device, named U2142, is finally available for purchase. The 11.6-inch convertible ultrabook running Windows 8 operating system can be converted into a tablet or a ultrabook based on users’ needs.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Google Fined $190,000 In Germany Over Street View Service

Google Fined $190,000 In Germany Over Street View Service

Google recently came under a lot of heat in the German city of Hamburg when regulators decided that the search giant illegally recorded Street View data. While collecting data for its mapping service, Google illegally used unencrypted Wi-Fi networks for which it has now been fined a sum of $190,000.

By On April 23, 2013 Respond
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Google Bags $39 Million iProvo Fiber Network For $1 Only

Google Bags $39 Million iProvo Fiber Network For $1 Only

Google has actively been working on its high-speed internet and television service. To that end, the search giant recently snagged a great deal when it bagged the municipal fiber-optic system in Provo, Utah for a mere $1. The city spent some $39 million on constructing the network.

By On April 21, 2013 Respond
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Google, Microsoft OSes May Land On Cheaper Intel Devices Soon

Google, Microsoft OSes May Land On Cheaper Intel Devices Soon

The tablet market is expanding rapidly at this point and multiple vendors are now in a fierce competition to bring down their costs, trim their profits and bolster their sales. To this end, it is expected that we may soon see Android, Chrome OS and possibly Windows 8 arrive on top of cheap Intel-based devices, priced somewhere near $200.

By On April 21, 2013 Respond
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HP Joins Hand With Leap Motion, Gesture Control May Go Mainstream

HP Joins Hand With Leap Motion, Gesture Control May Go Mainstream

Leap Motion has made a number of headlines in the recent past for creating different motion-control devices. The company has now announced that it has joined hands with HP, a deal which may finally bring gesture-control technology to the mainstream PC arena.

By On April 19, 2013 Respond
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