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HP Pavilion dm4 Beats Edition

11/15/2011, HP ‘s Beats audio is heavily featured across all its PC lines, and today the computer manufacturer unveiled its new dm4 Beats Edition. Featuring a sleek all-black chassis with subtle touches of “Beats red” here and there, the notebook for audiophile...

HP ENVY New Generation

11/15/2011,   HP high-end notebook lineup will get three new models, the HP ENVY 15, HP ENVY 17 and HP ENVY 17 3D. The ENVY series was launched the first time in 2009 as a line of elegant and powerful notebooks to compete with the MacBook Pro. I can say that...

HP Folio, First Business Ultrabook

11/15/2011, Intel introduced the Ultrabook category back in May 2011 and today, HP unveiled the HP Folio, a classy, super thin (18 mm – )13.3-inch business notebook that delivers 9 hours of battery life! The HP Folio is powered by the latest Intel Core...

Dreamworks CEO speaks about 50X boost in rendering

11/14/2011, Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of Dreamworks has gone on record and revealed that Dreamworks has been working with Intel for the past 3 years on greatly improving the production process speed at Dreamworks. As you can imagine, Dreamworks would be using...

Google wants Chrome OS on desktops; manufacturers disagree

11/10/2011, It looks like Google isn’t satisfied with only having its Chrome OS on netbooks aka Chromebooks. Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, recently shared in Taiwan to PC manufacturers about the benefits of having Chrome OS-powered desktops. However, it...

Packard Bell unveils brand new all-in-one oneTwo computer

11/09/2011, It looks like Packard Bell is back with an all new all-in-one (AIO) computer, which is essentially a new and updated version of their original AIO, the oneTwo. The new oneTwo is said to be 65% slimmer than the original, but with keep existing features...

Counter Strike kept boredom at bay in Mars500 experiment

11/08/2011, Remember our earlier story about the Mars500 experiment? Well, it seemed that to help keep boredom at bay (and I am assuming that this also means making sure they don’t get on one another’s nerves, while finding a reasonable outlet to express...

Cable.Gone manages the cables on your desk

11/07/2011, If the idea of unsightly cables running all over your desk is too much to bear, this KickStarter project by Ryan McNab and David Lazar may be the answer to your problems in the form of Cable.Gone, a cable management system which at the same time provides...

HP TouchSmart 620 3D PC

11/07/2011, HP has been very prolific with its HP TouchSmart All-in-One PC lineup, launching the new 320, 420 and 520 last September. The HP TouchSmart 620-1080 3D is an upgrade of the HP TouchSmart 610 introduced in May 2011, it boats a 23-inch 3D display that...

Kouziro of Japan spins trio of laptops

10/28/2011, Kouziro, a computer manufacturer who hails from the Land of the Rising Sun, has three spanking new laptop models for the masses – the FRNDVIHDA5/D, the FRNDSIHDX5 ND/D, and the FRNDSIHDA5/D. Since all of them are virtually impossible to vocalize,...

HP keeps its PC division

10/27/2011, It looks like HP was a bit rash with its previous decision to spin off its Personal Systems Group (PSG) – the division that creates its personal computers. The company has announced today that after much deliberation they’ve decided to keep the...

Build your own prototype Raspberry Pi minicomputer

10/24/2011, Remember the Raspberry Pi minicomputer that we talked about a few months ago? Well, the computer that was designed for the younger generation of techies is still not available for purchase but it looks like you’ll be able to get one before it goes...

Digital Storm debuts LaserMark service

10/20/2011, Got a personal computer that you want to truly show off as your own machine? Sure you can theme it and customize all your icons and wallpaper – you could even modify the casing of the machine by painting it with your favorite colors and sign. But...

OmniTouch turns any surface into a touchscreen phone

10/17/2011, The idea of having an invisible phone has always been the fantasy of people everywhere, but it’s not exactly the most practical of “gadgets”. We’ve had stuff like the Kinect-iPhone and now, some researchers over at the Carnegie...