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Apple Said to be ‘Ditching’ Nvidia (Rumor)

07/02/2009, A number of sites are following on a report from newcomer website semiaccurate (as in “half-accurate”?) that says that Apple plans to ditch NVIDIA chips and that the relation between the two is deteriorating. The article also hints to...

My Body Paint

07/02/2009, Fast forward to the future and you get the concept of painting your entire body with a specially formulated ink, where your gestures, movements and touch will enable you to communicate with various electronic devices directly. This technology enables such...

Samsung NC10 Ditches Wi-Fi For 3G

07/02/2009, Looks like the Samsung NC10 has had enough arguments with its Wi-Fi chipset and gone out looking for a new lover in the form of 3G connectivity. Well, this happens only if you force your way through with this DIY mod, where you will need to locate a modem...

Star Wars USB Flash Drives

07/01/2009, Check out these new Star Wars USB flash drives that ought to get Star Wars fans bubbling even though they already own more flash drives than they can shake a USB stick at. Depending on your preference, you will be able to choose from the likenesses of...

iBUYPOWER Paladin XLC Series

07/01/2009, iBUYPOWER is a really endearing name as it implies you’ve forked out good money for a powerful rig, and they hope not to disappoint with the new Paladin XLC series which consists of the XLC V1, XLC V2 and XLC V3. All three will find their abode...

eMachines ET Series Desktops

07/01/2009, No idea why eMachines decided to name their latest line of desktops the ET Series, since the movie raked in a whole lot of money although the Atari videogame was a sad reminder of just how colossal a failure could get. Hopefully it will sell like the...

Umid mBook Review

07/01/2009, Now that we’ve spent some quality time with the mBook, including a live blogging field trip, let’s go over the pro and cons of using one of the smallest PCs out there. First, I would like to share the context: during a discussion with Intel,...

HP Unveils XW9400 Workstations

07/01/2009, HP has revealed its latest line of xw9400 workstations that will see AMD’s six-core Opteron 2400 series thrown into the mix. Also known as Istanbul, these processors are capable of offering the system up to a dozen cores. According to HP, these...

Marshal MAL 1925 Netbook Stand

07/01/2009, The Marshal MAL 1925 netbook stand offers a whole lot more functionality to your netbook as it not only adds a DVD Super Multi Drive, it also boasts enough space to store a secondary hard drive alongside an additional USB 2.0 port to plug in another...

Super Expensive USB Flash Drive

06/30/2009, We don’t think there can ever be a lid on the most expensive USB flash drive in the world since you never know when somebody out there might slap a really fat diamond on their own USB flash drive and declare it as such. We do know, however, that...

USB Tube Delight Audio

06/30/2009, No, the USB Tube Delight Audio is not some sort of nixie alarm clock or radio, but is actually a pluggable USB sound card for computers. It will hook up to your speakers/headphone and microphone, coming in the visual form factor of a transparent vacuum...

Dell Mini 10 GPS Option, Hands-On

06/30/2009, We just had our hands on the upcoming GPS option for the Dell mini 10 called Dell Wireless 700 ($69) (no hack involved). The optional upgrade comes in the form of a mini-PCI module that includes a GPS chip. With this version, Dell also plans to deliver an...

Matrox M9148 LP PCIe x16 Graphics Card

06/30/2009, Matrox isn’t famous for graphics cards that are able to crush even the most demanding, graphics intensive games, but they are well known for being able to output video to multiple monitors, doing a great job while they’re at it. Case in point,...

Dell Vostro 1220 Now Available

06/30/2009, Looking for a new notebook? Dell has the new Vostro 1220 up their sleeves, where this 12.1″ model will start from $799 upwards. Guess notebooks are getting really cheap, and the price point seems to clash with high end netbooks this time round,...