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Put a “tail” on your mouse with the Elecom Oppopet

07/12/2011, We had previously written about Elecom’s Rinkak’s mouse, and to be honest after seeing what Elecom had to offer, we weren’t exactly surprised with their latest offering – the Elecom Oppopet mouse, that features a wireless receiver that can be...

OSCON 2011 – July 25-29 – Portland, OR

07/08/2011, Join today’s open source innovators, builders, and pioneers July 25-29, 2011 as they gather for OSCON (the O’Reilly Open Source Convention) at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon to share their expertise and experience, explore new ideas,...

Biomolecular computer can detect different disease signs

07/06/2011, The future is an interesting place to be in, and you can never quite tell just what new wonders will be introduced. Well, it seems that nano-sized computers that are implanted within the human body would be endowed with the ability to autonomously sense...

Shuttle H3 6700P is a computer for professionals

07/02/2011, While Shuttle Computer has shown us that it is more than capable of creating gaming desktops, it has just announced the availability of another high-end computer – this time it’s one that’s targeted at the professional workplace instead....

SAPPHIRE EDGE-HD2 mini PC is the size of a paperback book

06/30/2011, Looking to clear the space on your desk with a new computer that doesn’t take up so much space? You could always get an all-in-one computer that takes up the foot print of your monitor. But what if you already have a nice monitor that’s in...

Enermax Rubber Vegas Fans Require No Screws

06/28/2011, When it comes to computer cooling systems, fans are probably the least exciting in terms of looks. Some are perhaps more eye-catching due to their size or the colorful LED lights that they emit. Liquid cooling systems on the other hand, are probably a...

Mobile Devices Surpass PCs In WiFi Usage

06/23/2011, Would you be surprised if you found out that more people use their phones for WiFi access rather than their PCs? If you’re not I can’t blame you because frankly speaking, nowadays everyone’s smartphone can do most of the basic functions...

GD-Itronix introduces GD2000 ultra-mobile handheld rugged PC

06/22/2011, It looks like rugged computers are the new black because there seems to be a brand new one to introduce each week. This week GD-Itronix announced the pocket-sized GD2000. With the size of about two stacked paperback books, this compact machine doesn’t...

iOS simulator spotted running on Dell touchscreen monitor

06/22/2011, App developers are probably familiar with the iOS simulator – a program for your computer that lets you test out any iOS apps you developed for the platform. While it’s possible to use your mouse to mimic the touch user interface on your computer,...

SoftStep KeyWorx lets you control your computer with your feet

06/21/2011, A Berkley-based company named Keith McMillen Instruments has come up with a way to let people control their computers using their feet. Called the SoftStep Foot Controller, this device resembles a large multi-effects pedal that guitarists sometimes use on...

Commodore 64 arrives at shipping state

06/20/2011, For those who do remember, the revamped Commodore 64 did enter the pre-order phase a couple of months ago, and for those who actually placed such a pre-order will be pleased to know that it will start to ship from this week onwards. There is a bunch of...

Sony Vaio E: Updated

06/15/2011, With this Vaio E update, Sony keeps the same spirit, but has unified the design to make it more consistent for all Series E models. Sony is using a new textured pattern on the laptop body which definitely gives the Vaio E a different look when compared to...

Toshiba Qosmio X770 with 3D

06/14/2011,   Toshiba updated its high-end Qosmio line with the new X770, specifically designed for people who like to play video games or need to use graphic intensive applications such as video editing. Featuring the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics...