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Samsung sued in Russia, not by Apple this time

08/26/2011, It appears that there’s yet another lawsuit filed against Samsung, and this time it’s in Russia. Before you think that Apple is chasing Samsung with lawsuits to all corners of the globe, this is not the case here, but rather a Volga-based company,...

Smart CCTV in the pipeline, rioters beware!

08/23/2011, The recent riots in the streets of UK have certainly caught some people by surprise, and we would like to remember those who lost their lives – something which should never have happened in the first place. Well, UK scientists decided not to sit...

IBM First Synaptic Chip Tries To Mimic Human Brain

08/20/2011, Backed by U.S Defense funding, IBM has recently announced the world’s first “synaptic” processor project: it’s a chip that which mimics the human brain architecture. The company calls this an unprecedented progress in building a...

Lenovo hopes to launch mainstream priced ultrabook next year

08/18/2011, Ultrabooks are starting to become the rage these days, due to their slim and thin form factors, not to mention their advertised long lasting battery life. The MacBook Air is one example, with a thickness of 0.68” and an advertised battery life of 5-7...

Intel SSD 320 firmware update to fix bugs

08/16/2011, Intel issued a statement that they will be introducing a spanking new firmware upgrade in a fortnight’s time that will kiss goodbye to the bug that had caused its SSD 320 solid state drives to fail. Better late than never goes the old proverb, but...

Intel offers software upgrades for its latest low-end processors

08/15/2011, Do you remember last year in September when Intel gave consumers the option to upgrade some if its processors’ software with the use of a specially purchased unlock code? It didn’t go down so well with the consumers – after all, who liked...

Sifteo Cubes now available for pre-order

08/10/2011, You know, back in the days when I was a wee lad, the only method of keeping myself occupied was a pencil and a sheet of paper, running around outdoors trying to catch some fish, or getting mental stimulation through the Rubik’s Cube. Those were the...

Griffin IntelliCase for iPad 2 now available

08/03/2011, One of the drawbacks to the Smart Cover is that it only protected the front of your iPad 2. Case manufacturers have realized this for quite some time now and have been making covers that have the features of both the Smart Cover and regular protection for...

Intel comes up with a car security concept

08/01/2011, When you’ve gotten your car loan approved and you’ve started making your payments over a 10 year period, the last thing you want is to have your car stolen, and it never hurts to have as much security as possible, right? While car alarms are great, it...

Deja Vu intelligent bag

07/29/2011, The words Deja Vu is of French origin, where it means ‘already seen’ – well, MIT students Heidi Chen and Nicole Tariverdian decided to settle for Deja Vu as the moniker for their new intelligent bag. Why so, you ask? Surely there is a method and...

Specs of the Mac Mini refresh revealed? (Updated)

07/20/2011, A couple of hours ago we reported on what appeared to be the new specs of the upcoming refresh of Apple’s MacBook Air line of laptops. For those who have been following the tech news and also the progress of OS X Lion and the new hardware refreshes, you...

Intel predicts the end of tablets, laptops and netbooks

07/13/2011, Here’s something you don’t hear every day. We’ve all heard that tablets will eventually replace desktops, notebooks and the like, but what about the end of tablets instead? Well the folks over at Intel seem to believe that in 10 years...

Panasonic ToughBook H2 Rugged Tablet Computer

07/12/2011, The Toughbook H2 is a rugged Windows tablet and the successor of the Toughbook H1. To design this new product, Panasonic gathered customer feedback, and a more powerful processor was the main request from users, mainly to allow better multitasking. The H2...