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Toshiba Portégé Z935 Light 13.3-inch Ultrabook

06/05/2012, Toshiba is in Ultrabook mode today, and the company claims that the Portégé Z935 is “still the World’s lightest 13.3-inch Ultrabook”. The latest addition to the new Toshiba Ultrabook lineup now supports the 3rd generation Intel Core i3, Core i5...

Dell Inspiron 15R and 17R

06/05/2012, If ultrabooks are a bit too pricey to be considered family laptops, Dell has recently unveiled a couple of new laptops from its Inspiron range that might value for money as far as family computers are concerned. These new models are the Inspiron 15R and...

Dell Latitude E6430 ATG

05/31/2012, Today, Dell is refreshing its business computers lineup, namely the OptiPlex Series and the Latitude Series. The Dell Latitude E6430 ATG is a 14-inch rugged notebook powered by a third generation Intel processor (although Dell did not mention it, it is...

Makey Makey circuit board transforms objects into a computer key

05/14/2012, Now here is an interesting proposition – the transforming of everyday objects into a computer key. The idea came about and was implemented thanks to Makey Makey, which offers a simple circuit board that is capable of turning just about any...

HP ENVY Ultrabook and Sleekbook

05/08/2012,   HP is launching the latest additions to its ENVY lineup in the thin category, namely the HP ENVY Ultrabook and the HP ENVY Sleekbook . Both series offer very similar configurations, and since the Ultrabooks have to be powered only by Intel...

Polar RCX5 Tour de France limited edition training computer

04/24/2012, The Polar RCX5 Tour de France is a limited edition training computer, targeting fans of the Tour de France who want to train just like the professionals themselves. This official Tour de France training computer comes in a slim, watch-like design as well...

Crab-powered computer a possibility

04/12/2012, Wait a minute here, does this mean once I am done with my homework on a computer, I can eat it? After all, isn’t that what a crab-powered computer is all about? This unusual concept comes about after Yukio-Pegio Gunji of Kobe University in Japan and...

Gigabyte U2442V and U2442N Ultrabooks – Hands-on

03/07/2012, [CeBIT 2012] We reported about the two new powerful ultrabooks launched at ceBIT by Gigabytes, and I took the time to check out the devices at the Gigabyte booth. The key feature of the new laptops is to deliver good performance in a super slim body,...

DELL XPS 13 – The Ultimate Ultrabook

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] In the past, Dell has not been known for its forte in product design. Instead, the brand’s reputation relied more on its ability to provide affordable computers for the masses. With the rise of the iPhone and the constant domination of...

HP ENVY 14 Spectre – The Ultimate Glass Ultrabook

01/09/2012,   [CES 2012] 2012 is the year of the ultrabook, with Intel and HP leading the way. With tablets competing against mobile computer and offering sleek bodies with enough power to get by the day without recharging, the PC manufacturers have to put more...

Can Wi-Fi on laptops damage sperm?

12/01/2011, It is said that urbanization has its fair share of benefits, but brings along with it a slew of problems as well. Certain quarters out there feel that we as humans are going to get extinct in due time simply because of our selfishness, not to mention the...

Google Chromebooks New Design and Price Cut

11/21/2011, When Google unveiled its Chromebook in May at Google I/O, two models were shown, the Samsung WiFi model, made available on June 15th for $449 ($449 Wifi+ 3G) and the Acer model, sold for $349. Today, Samsung is introducing a new black version of its Wi-Fi...

Algorithm sniffs out graffiti artists

11/17/2011, Gangs tend to mark their territory with graffiti, as well as leave signs to communicate with those in the loop about drug deals, and the police are left scratching their heads as they work on deciphering those “messages”. Well, the long arm of...

Computer chip does the human brain tango

11/16/2011, Hmmm, it seems that computers are slowly making progress in terms of matching the way our brains work – and the keyword here is “plasticity”. Yes sir, this term could very well be the key that enables the grey matter within our skill to...