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PCs, Macs and other “large” computers may seem like the old players in today’s mobile world, but try living without one of those, and you’ll realize that they are still the most comfortable form of computing around.

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Official Skype Headset

07/22/2009, Boy, it was a long time in coming, but the folks at Skype finally released their own headset to be used with the VoIP application. This plug-and-play super-wideband audio headset is touted to offer real good quality Skype calls – at least...

Windows 7 RTM Date Official

07/22/2009, Looks like Windows 7 RTM is finally official for end users, although this piece of news won’t be groundbreaking to most. Basically, it is a relevant step in the process of making Windows 7 will be available to the masses when October 22 rolls...

USB Wristbands For Geeks

07/22/2009, While the world is divided into geeks and non-geeks, the geek community itself faces more segregation. First of all, we have those who are always at the forefront of the very best technology, and more often than not, they love showing off what they have....

Caustic hardware ray-tracing to be shown at SIGGRAPH

07/22/2009, You might have seen the first CausticOne card on this site some time ago: it was a prototype of a hardware ray-tracing accelerator that will be demonstrated at SIGGRAPH this summer. Caustic Graphics is not the first company to try accelerating...

Google to allow generic file uploads in Google Docs?

07/22/2009, The new Google Docs interface is reportedly featuring a new file type (“Files”) that seems to be a generic file format. Of course, that gets people thinking about “online storage” and GDrive, Google’s upcoming online storage...

Synaptics ClearPad 3000 takes multi-touch to new heights

07/22/2009, Synaptics has just introduced its ClearPad 3000 Series capacitive touch pad sensor solution. The technology is inherently thinner than resistive-based sensors that have to use more layers. Most importantly, capacitive sensors require less pressure to use,...

Duros 8404 Rugged Tablet

07/22/2009, Duros’ 8404 rugged tablet is different from the rest in the market for two very good reasons – this is one tough puppy that is able to withstand most knocks and drops without missing a beat, and it comes with an 8.4″ sunlight-viewable...

USB Rechargeable RC Helicopter

07/22/2009, Gadget mavens Brando has released yet another interesting desktop toy – the USB Rechargeable RC Helicopter. This nifty little toy is a dual propeller helicopter with gyro-stabilization that ought to make it suitable for both indoor and outdoor...

Chia Keyboard

07/22/2009, Here’s yet another way to put old and unwanted keyboards to good use, known as the Chia Keyboard. Alternatively, when placed on a colleague’s workdesk after he/she is gone for some time due to a holiday, it could give the illusion of being...

NZXT M59 Gaming Chassis

07/22/2009, NZXT has unveiled its latest M59 gaming chassis, targeting the ultimate gamer by offering superior ventilation alongside five fans, ensuring your precious machine and its components will not suffer from problems such as overheating. The M58 features a...

Modem Mate External Antenna For USB 3G Modems

07/22/2009, Using a USB 3G modem but are not satisfied (at all) with the signal strength? There is hope yet with the Modem Made external antenna which was specially developed to function with USB-based 3G modems, especially for those that lack an antenna connector....

HP ProBook 4310s Unveiled

07/20/2009, HP has unveiled its ProBook 4310s, making it available for purchase and targeting business users in particular. What can you find underneath the hood of this puppy? For starters, you will get the following :- Intel Core 2 Duo processor Up to 8GB RAM Intel...

Nokia Could Release Netbook

07/20/2009, Nokia might have denied it all this while, but it seems that the Finnish cellphone manufacturer could finally be jumping into the netbook game after Finnish blog “Puhelinvertailu” uncovered a bunch of trademark registrations which point toward...

Coke Tests Vending Machine With Windows CE

07/20/2009, Coca-Cola is looking into testing its new beverage dispenser which will see the use of a touchscreen computer running on Windows CE. Known as the “Freestyle”, this machine is able to dispense up to 120 different types of soda, tracks sales...