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Buffalo Technology MiniStation Stealth 500 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive

Buffalo Technology MiniStation Stealth 500 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive

The Buffalo MiniStation Stealth is a high performance portable storage solution in a remarkably compact and lightweight contemporary form. Simply plug it into any available USB port on your PC or Mac computer and instantly add capacity or store files to take on the road. The MiniStation Stealth’s compact design occupies minimal space and it’s USB powered so there are no additional cables to manage and no need for a separate power source. Included with the Stealth is Buffalo’s multi-purpose Buffalo Tools utility suite designed to enhance Windows PC performance and user experience.

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Apple Interested More In Lightweight Notebooks

Apple Interested More In Lightweight Notebooks

Shipments of Apple’s just released third-generation MacBook Air from the supply chain already reached 400,000-500,000 units in June and the volume is expected to remain strong throughout July and August and with this report, may be Apple interested more in lightweight notebooks. Apple’s latest MacBook Air is set to be yet another huge success for the company and pple announced shipments of its Macs during the third quarter reached 3.95 million units, a 14% increase over last year’s numbers. Apple’s orders so far hint that total MacBook Air sales for 2011 could hit 14 million units and Apple has a vise-grip on ultraportables like it has on tablets………….

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector

Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector

Introducing the Cinemin Swivel, the ultra portable multimedia micro projector powered by Texas Instruments DLP technology for ultra clear picture quality. It is designed to work with mobile devices like Apple’s popular iPhone, Cinemin takes projection out of boardrooms and movie theaters and into the palm of your hand.

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Rejects Dolby From Windows 8

Microsoft Rejects Dolby From Windows 8

Dolby Labs has recently reported during in the post-earnings conference call with investors that Dolby Technologies won’t be included in next version of Windows 8 and Microsoft had included support for Dolby Digital Plus directly into Windows 7, the present version of its flagship operating system. The move may be due to the rise of cloud software and streamed movies such that DVD playback technologies are simply too expensive to license………..

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC Now Available At Dell.com

Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC Now Available At Dell.com

Dell’s Latitude XT3 Tablet PC finally has a product page to call its own, which likely means the launch of the computer is imminent. In Dell’s website you will find the press releases, products and FCC applications, and this is might be the first time you can see a full Latitude XT3 product page on Dell.com.

By On August 6, 2011 Respond
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Intel Ultrabooks Releasing With A price Tag Of $710

Intel Ultrabooks Releasing With A price Tag Of $710

Ultrabook part costs to help placate Windows PC builders who complain they can’t compete on price with Apple. The report from Digitimes doesn’t lay out the specific assembly costs, but pegs the chipmaker’s 18mm and 21mm thick laptops at $493 – $710 and $475 – $650, respectively. For systems at the thinner 0.7 inches of the MacBook Air ultra books are designed to imitate.

By On August 6, 2011 Respond
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American Airlines Offers Inflight Streaming Video Product

American Airlines Offers Inflight Streaming Video Product

American Airlines has received FAA certification to stream video content inflight via Wi-Fi and now is offering a library of more than 100 movies and TV shows on flights operated by 767-200 aircraft. American Airlines becomes the first North American Airline to offer inflight streaming video product and it currently only works on select laptops with rentals for television shows priced at $0.99 and movies at $3.99……………..

By On August 5, 2011 Respond
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Toshiba Start shipping Its First 1TB  2.5″ Standard Internal Hard Drive

Toshiba Start shipping Its First 1TB 2.5″ Standard Internal Hard Drive

Toshiba finally start shipping their first 1TB standard 2.5-inch, 9mm-thick internal hard drive for laptops, the MQ01ABD series. The new drive comes with 250GB to 1TB. Featuring SATA 2 (3Gbps) with 5,400rpm. According to news.cnet the MQ01ABD drive is ideal for notebook and compact desktop PCs and mobile workstations.

By On August 4, 2011 Respond
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American Airlines Brings On Demand Inflight Streaming Video Entertainment

American Airlines Brings On Demand Inflight Streaming Video Entertainment

American Airlines announced the initial phase of the launch of Entertainment On Demand. An inflight streaming video product as a brand-new, innovative inflight entertainment option for customers on board its entire fleet of 15 Boeing 767-200 aircraft. The inflight streaming video, which enables customers to wirelessly stream content such as movies and TV shows from an inflight library to select types of Wi-Fi-enabled laptops during flights. This service is primarily transcontinental flights between New York JFK and Los Angeles and JFK and San Francisco – for the introductory price of 99 cents per TV show and $3.99 per movie. Checkout more details bellow in the press release with a Video.

By On August 4, 2011 Respond
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appMobi Introduce Its XDK HTML5 Dev Tools On The Google Chrome Web Store

appMobi Introduce Its XDK HTML5 Dev Tools On The Google Chrome Web Store

appMobi announced the immediate availability in the Google Chrome App Store, it goes by the name of appMobi XDK cross platform app development tool. By making the XDK available on the Chrome App Store, appMobi expects to further its dominance of cross platform HTML5-based app development. The tool is perfect for making applications to run within Google Chrome, but it’s also capable of creating native apps for submission to Apple’s App Store and the Android Market. The hardware integration is accomplished with JavaScript hardware abstraction, which enables access to the camera, GPS, accelerometer. The platform boasts full compatibility with PhoneGap, so easily transition if you’ve got a project in the works. Checkout more bellow in the press release.

By On August 4, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Windows XP Market Share Drops Down Below 50%

Microsoft Windows XP Market Share Drops Down Below 50%

Windows XP finally dips below 50 per cent mark and has been slowly losing momentum duringeach month since Windows 7’s release. The aging OS has been shedding market share each month over the past few years, touching 62 percent a year ago and 51 percent in June before its latest dip in July. Microsoft said it will cut support for Windows XP in another three years and they are trying to persuade users to switch to Windows 7 before then…………..

By On August 3, 2011 1 Response
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Boingo’s New Unlimited Wi-Fi Data Plans For More Devides

Boingo’s New Unlimited Wi-Fi Data Plans For More Devides

Boingo Wireless, Inc., a leading Wi-Fi industry’s provider of software and services worldwide, announced its most popular unlimited Wi-Fi data plans. The company enhances some way towards simplifying things Wi-Fi access for users with support for more than one Wi-Fi enabled device. So that now you can use any two WiFi-enabled devices as part of the basic plan. And you can also add even more devices for an additional fee of $5 per device, per month up to a maximum of five devices, total. Existing subscription customers from the affected unlimited plans will be migrated to the enhanced plans at no additional cost. Checkout more details in the press release bellow.

By On August 3, 2011 Respond
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Verizon Wireless Introduces LTE-packing HP Compaq Mini CQ10-688nr

Verizon Wireless Introduces LTE-packing HP Compaq Mini CQ10-688nr

Verizon Wireless Introduces their 1st Netbook to use Verizon’s 4G LTE Network. The LTE-packing HP Compaq Mini CQ10-688nr may going to available on August 4th. The 10-inch Netbook, was first announced in January this year, thats packs with 250GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, and a multicard reader into a three-pound frame. So finally the Compaq Mini CQ10-688nr will be available online at www.verizonwireless.com as expected on August 4 for $449.99. Checkout the press release bellow for more details.

By On August 2, 2011 Respond
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Dell Alienware Aurora R2 AAR2-1222CSB Intel Core i5 Powered Desktop PC

Dell Alienware Aurora R2 AAR2-1222CSB Intel Core i5 Powered Desktop PC

Dell Alienware bring Aurora R2 AAR2-1222CSB Intel Core i5 powered gaming Desktop PC. Crank up your gaming with the Alienware AAR2-1222CSB desktop PC, which is designed for extreme performance from the inside out. It’s powered by a quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and dual ATI Radeon HD 5670 graphics processors–both with 1 GB of ultra-fast DDR5 video memory. The Intel Core i5 processor automatically allocates processing power where it’s needed most, providing you with excellent multitasking capabilities whether you’re playing immersive 3D games or creating HD video. This is an Amazon’s product review. Checkout more details bellow.

By On August 1, 2011 Respond
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Intel’s Ultrabook Will be Featured With USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt Technologies

Intel’s Ultrabook Will be Featured With USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt Technologies

Intel has announced more details on their Ultrabook devices, which will be rolled out in three separate phases and both Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 technology will be key features in Ultrabook computers, which include some of the biggest advances to mobile computing in many years. Originally developed under the code name Light Peak, Intel developed the new system in partnership with Apple and the system is able to transmit information so much more quickly because instead of relaying data through an intermediary like the older USB 2.0 system, it can speak directly to a computer’s central processing unit and memory………………

By On July 31, 2011 Respond
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