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Twitter Toilet

05/06/2009, There doesn’t seem to be any end in sight as to how Twitter can be applied, and here’s another ingenious method cooked up by someone who has more time than a busy bee normally has – each flush will generate a tweet courtesy of an Arduino...

Mighty Mouse 5

05/06/2009, No idea whatever happened to the quartet of its predecessors, but the Mighty Mouse 5 is a waterproof peripheral that boasts an IP rating of 68, making it water- and dust-resistant. It is also hardier than most people (and mice), capable of operating in a...

Windows 7 Predicted To Do Better Than Vista

05/06/2009, Now this isn’t really a prediction, as chances are Windows 7 will definitely do much better than Windows Vista did in the business sector within a 2-year period after Windows 7 is launched – at least that’s what the folks at Microsoft...

Palm OS Games For PC

05/06/2009, The Palm OS platform isn’t exactly a spawning bed for games to die for, but it has its quirkier moments that one might appreciate. For folks who fall under that category, Handcase from Brazil has developed its games for PC platform which are...

WiMAX Option Available For Dell Studio Laptops

05/06/2009, At last, Dell has jumped aboard the WiMAX bandwagon by offering the WiMAX module option for the Studio 15, Studio 17 and Studio XPS 16 laptops. All you need to do is fork out another $60 and you will be able to enjoy the presence of the Intel 5150...

SmartQ 7 Internet Tablet

05/06/2009, There is a new Internet tablet in town – the SmartQ 7 that doesn’t look half bad, featuring the following :- 7″ WVGA touchscreen display 4500mAh li-polymer battery Integrated stand Built-in stereo speakers USB 2.0 port Wi-Fi connectivity...

Transcend P8 USB Card Reader

05/05/2009, Transcend has made available its P8 all-in-one USB Card Reader to come in new colors of pearly pink and baby blue. Apart from looking good on your desk, you will find the P8 to be one versatile worker, capable of reading a whole host of today’s most...

Laptop Pillow

05/05/2009, Ever spent a wild night out before a workday only to find yourself napping at your cubicle, and to make matters worse, you have rested your head on the keyboard itself, resulting in marks of all keys on your face when you are rudely awakened by the boss?...

HTC Could Work On Android Netbook

05/05/2009, We all know that HTC is famous for their range of Windows Mobile and Android-powered smartphones, but the latest news has it that the Taiwanese company could be working on a Google Android-powered netbook that will be available from T-Mobile, featuring an...

DIGN-LAB Atom-Powered Nettop

05/05/2009, DIGN-LAB of Korea has just revealed its latest all-in-one nettop that will be powered by the customary Intel Atom processor, complete with a 19″ LCD touchscreen display. The whole works will retail for approximately $300, which ain’t too...

Celery Integrates Twitter And Facebook Into Service

05/05/2009, The Celery fax-to-email service has just been given a modern boost to keep up with the times, featuring Twitter and Facebook integration that will help your grandparents who are normally technology averse to stay with the times, making sure their...

AKAI MPC2000XL Sampler And EMU SP1200 Drum Machine

05/05/2009, Have a free USB port on your computer and do not know what to do with it? Why not pick up another USB flash drive to go along with those? We’re not asking you to purchase something that you’re already sick and tired of – the AKAI...

Apple OS X 10.5.7 Update Coming This Friday

05/05/2009, Rumor has it that the latest Apple OS X 10.5.7 update will be hitting servers as early as this Friday, where you will then be able to kiss goodbye to a bunch of networking, syncing and Bluetooth issues as the update fixes the mentioned and more. After...

PhotoFast G-Monster PCIe SSD Is A Speed Demon

05/05/2009, Just how fast do you think a SSD is capable of? Well, the PhotoFast G-Monster PCIe SSD has just achieved speeds unheard of till today – boasting a maximum read and write speed of up to 1000 MB/sec. That’s totally insane, and we’re...