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Flexible OLED Rolltop computer

03/04/2010, Check out this flexible OLED Rolltop computer that can be wrapped around a dock in a similar manner to that of a sushi roll, although we do wonder just what kind of battery is able to live up to such rigorous conditions during use. Definitely something we...

Samsung Debuts U.S Netbooks

03/04/2010, Samsung N210 gallery, Samsung NB30 gallery Well, sorta. Samsung’s budget lappies have actually been on sale for a few weeks already, but they had a formal coming-out party (along with the high-end 80 series of laptops) this evening at the Samsung...

NVIDIA Ion, The Next-Generation

03/01/2010, NVIDIA has just made its next-generation Ion graphics processors official. You might have heard that Ion-Next was slower than the first generation Ion… well this is wrong. In fact, there are two versions of Ion, a 16-core and an 8-core versions....

Intel Starts Atom Developer Million Dollar Development Fund

03/01/2010, Intel just announced that it has created the Atom Developer Million Dollar Development Fund whose goal is to accelerate the rate of innovation on its Atom platforms. This is another tool that the Intel Atom Developer Program can use to entice developers...

Brain computer interface on parade at CeBIT

03/01/2010, Guger Technologies from Austria is currently exhibiting a brain computer interface at CeBIT 2010, where you are able to control an avatar using nothing but pure brainpower – that’s right, it could very well be the beginning of James...

Fujitsu PalmSecure LT Just Launched

03/01/2010, Fujitsu has just launched a more cost-effective device using its PalmSecure technology that reads a palm’s veins pattern to identify individuals. If you wonder, the blood has to circulate so cutting a hand like it is sometimes shown in movies...

AOpen Nagas G6 computer chassis

03/01/2010, If you have grand plans for your next computer project, then we might want to point you towards the AOpen Nagas G6 computer chassis. This high-end product was specially designed for Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards, targeting gamers who want an extremely...

MSI 3D All-in-One PC

02/25/2010, CeBIT will be the place where MSI debuts the first large-sized 3D All-in-One PC in the world which sports powerful computing capabilities, where it will harness the latest advances in 3D imaging technology to bring such modern entertainment right smack...

Habey offers new mini PC

02/22/2010, Habey might sound rather obscure to you, but that is because this isn’t a mainstream computer manufacturer in our part of the world. Their latest mini PC offering is the BIS-6620 which is touted to be “an ultra-compact fanless and noiseless PC...

Lenovo C315 all-in-one PC has touchscreen display

02/11/2010, Lenovo’s C315 is the latest all-in-one desktop from the Chinese company, sporting a full touchscreen display to help you jump aboard the touch-sensitive bandwagon. Underneath the hood, you will find an AMD Athlon processor, 4GB RAM, ATI Mobility...

Asus G73 ready to rock and roll

02/10/2010, Asus’ G73 is a monster of a gaming machine that was first seen at CES earlier last month, and hardcore gamers who love getting in a spot of gaming while they’re on the road will be pleased to know that this behemoth is making its way...

Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field – Rugged Tablet PC

02/10/2010, [MWC] Today, Panasonic announced the latest model of its Toughbook series, the H1 Field. Geared toward field sales personnel, maintenance workers, first responders and healthcare professionals, the new Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field gets the optional...

MEN Micro 3U CompactPCI single-board computer

02/08/2010, MEN Micro’s latest development would be the 3U CompactPCI single-board computer (SBC), where it packs the punch of a low-power Intel Atom XL processor alongside an onboard FPGA for user-defined functions, making it the first SBC of its kind that...

Open-PC has no commercial software

02/03/2010, Open-PC is a nettop that ought to find a home on most desks considering its relatively small footprint which measures 345mm x 425mm x 100mm. Another outstanding point would be it running on completely non-commercial software, since you get a KDE core...