11/03/2011, Remember the Ideum MT55 HD Multitouch Table that acts as a giant interface for you to use Windows on? Well if you are worried about the quality of the display, Ideum is here to remind you that the MT55 is made out of some tough stuff. The company posted up on its official blog a video showing the multitouch table being put through a bowling ball test.
09/12/2011, When people talk about tuning up or playing around with their cars – it usually involves chop shops and modifications to the car’s body and stuff under the hood. Rarely you will hear about people hacking the car’s electronics to make it do what they want – but it looks like all that is going to change in the future. Ford and Bug Labs have announced today that they are […]
07/18/2011, Ideum’s latest foray into the multitouch table platform comes in the form of the MT-55 Platform. Of course, this is not the first time Ideum has taken such a route, as they rolled out a rather massive 100″ MT-50 some time ago, but at least 55″ is a whole lot more functional and practical where the average high end consumer is concerned. Then again, I suppose if you can afford […]
06/14/2011, Automattic has just announced that WordPress 3.2 Release Candidate is now available. This is the step after the beta period and before the final release of the update to the general public. For all you bloggers who can’t wait to get the latest version of the blogging platform, here’s your chance to be on 3.2 before the rest of your friends. Of course, don’t use it for your main blog […]
06/13/2011, Microsoft showed off its latest incarnation of the Windows operating system last week, and it was mostly received warmly by the public. People thought the new user interface and tablet experience were appealing, and a welcome change from the previous and current generation of Windows. But like most things, there are always downsides to everything. In this case – the new user interface for the new Windows apps comes with […]
03/15/2011, Webdoc is a new social network that promises to give users lively conversations, including multimedia content, where Facebook and others are currently allowing merely simple comments.
03/15/2011, Yesterday we wrote about a report stating the death of the Zune music player. Turns out it was just a rumor, and Zune is here to stay. According to an announcement from Dave McLauchlan, head of business development for the Zune platform, Zune isn’t going anywhere. While it’s true that they haven’t announced a new Zune player for quite some time now, they’ve decided to focus on pushing out the […]
03/04/2010, Intel has launched its first Intel Atom processor-based platform which is optimized for networked home and small office storage devices. This platform will consist of the single-core Atom D410 processor or the dual-core D510 processor, coupled with the Intel 82801IR I/O Controller. According to Intel, there will be up to 50% power reduction and improved performance from this setup, compared to the previous generation of Atom processors. If you like […]