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Toshiba Satellite P700 Series

06/14/2011, The new Satellite P700 Series consumer notebooks is a mid-range product line that features the new “FusionX2” texture, a pretty cool design experiment from Toshiba (see the close up picture after the jump). The P700 series offers more features and...

Toshiba Satellite L700 Series

06/14/2011, Toshiba is introducing its new line of consumer notebooks on the same day as the AMD new APU (Accelerating Processing Unit) A-series. The Satellite L700 Series is a entry/mid level product line that will get you through all your everyday computing tasks...

Habey offers Post It-sized computer

06/10/2011, Habey has introduced its latest Intel Atom-powered computer that is really, really small. How small, you ask? Well, we are looking at a Post It size, and yet despite its diminutive outlook, it is capable of displaying dual full screen HD video –...

Computer repair guy arrested for voyeurism

06/09/2011, A computer repair guy, Trevor Harwell, was recently arrested for multiple charges of computer access and fraud. He was found guilty for placing a program on laptops that were sent over to the place he was working on for repair. Called Camcapture, it...

Acer Aspire X Updated in America

06/06/2011, Presented to the world last month, the new Acer Aspire Timeline X Series has just been officially announced in the U.S. Acer America introduces three sizes in this country: the 13.3-inch 3830T, 14-inch 4830T and 15.6-inch 5830T. Just like their...

Hannspree SN22A1 all-in-one PC

06/03/2011, Hannspree, the creators of the basketball TV have just introduced a new all-in-one PC called the SN22A1. Featuring a 21.5″ LED touchscreen display, powered by an Intel Pine View D510 dual-core processor running at 1.66 GHz, 3GB of RAM, a 320GB HDD,...

ORIGIN CHRONOS: custom-built small form factor gaming system

05/27/2011, If you’re an avid PC gamer and you’re looking for a small form factor desktop to replace the behemoth of a machine that you own, you’re in luck. Gone are the days where you have to sacrifice performance for size; at least that’s...

F-Secure For Mac Features Panic Button

05/27/2011, As Mac OS becomes more popular among consumers, another myth is crashing in slow motion: “Macs don’t get malwares and viruses”, and “Mac OS is virus-proof”. Obviously, no OS is anything-proof and for years, Mac users have...

YouTube 3D video now supported by NVIDIA 3D Vision

05/26/2011, For folks who have 3D capable computers using NVIDIA 3D Vision hardware, but have run out of 3D content to watch or games to play can rejoice – investing in that 3D setup wasn’t a waste after all. NVIDIA has just announced today that users will be...

Computer algorithm depixelizes your 8-bit graphics

05/26/2011, For those of you who grew up playing video games, surely you would have noticed how far graphics in video games have come over the years. Imagine playing your NES and SNES titles on a High Definition 3DTV, won’t the pixels look all the more...

North Korea could manufacture three computer models

05/25/2011, Who would have thought that North Korea might end up being a PC manufacturer one day? All we thought was they promoted the cause of communism and constantly held the West to ransom with word of their nuclear arsenal – but a recent state TV report on...

Sony Vaio F: Summer Refresh

05/25/2011, The Sony Vaio F Series featured a 3D display earlier this year, but the summer refresh for this Vaio line brings 2D back into the light, although Sony still positions the Vaio F as a multimedia powerhouse. The 1080p screen is very good, and when I first...

Sony Vaio S Gets Updated

05/25/2011, Sony has just announced the update of its Vaio S Series of laptops. The Series S is typically split in two sub-categories: S/B, for the more affordable systems, and S/A for the premium ones. The S/B line will get an Intel Core i3 option which allows Sony...

BlueStacks brings Android apps to your Windows computer

05/25/2011, If you’ve always wanted to run all your favorite Android apps on your Windows computer, you’re in luck. A company called BlueStacks has recently come up with a solution that will allow you to do just that. Called BlueStacks, this program for...