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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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AsRock Ion 330, Dual-core Atom + Nvidia GPU

08/05/2009, The AsRock Ion 330 might be an interesting candidate for a home-theater PC. Because it has a Dual-core Atom 330 running at 1.6Ghz, it might actually be fast enough to record TV shows in Windows Media Center. I can’t vouch for it because I have not...

New Vaio P heading for the USA

08/05/2009, Thanks to the FCC, we now know that there’s a new Vaio P coming to the United States. There is no details about what’s new with it, but some suspect that it is an update similar to what is currently available in Japan: a Vaio P at 2Ghz and a...

Cloud storage nightmare with Flickr

08/05/2009, In silicon valley, you can’t have a conversation in a group (of geeks) without hearing about a cloud-fanatic who’s going to get rid of all local storage and live “in the cloud”. Sounds cool, but that shouldn’t prevent one...

QwicKey USB card swiper

08/05/2009, Online shopping has become so commonplace that many people have already decided to store their credit card information on online stores that they frequently visit, but some of us out there might still be wary of the threat of online fraud and identity...

CyberPower unleashes new computers

08/05/2009, The school season is back fro most kids throughout the US, and CyberPower aims to herald this “milestone” of sorts by working with Newegg to toss in new gaming machines to their lineup – after all, all work and no play makes Jack a dull...

Mimo 710-S mobile slider monitor

08/05/2009, Want a secondary monitor but do not wish it to come in a rather huge size? The Mimo 710-S could be the answer to that question, as this 7″ USB monitor comes with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, opening up like a notebook while featuring 90 degree...

Lenovo IdeaCentre C100

08/05/2009, Lenovo released its IdeaCentre C100 computer that will be powered by an Intel Atom processor, where this 20″ nettop will eventually come with Windows 7 and a touchscreen display, although you will have to settle for Vista at the moment – at...

Epson V500 scanner unveiled

08/05/2009, Epson has released its latest scanner, the V500 that targets small offices and home-based businesses. The Epson V500 will come with a 30-page automatic document feeder that is able to scan up to 3 pages per minute, where the ReadyScan LED technology is...

Dell touchscreen tablet rumor

08/05/2009, Word has it that Dell is working on a new 5″ touchscreen tablet device alongside Intel, where said device is tipped to arrive in the market within half a year’s time. Apparently, this device will target Amazon’s Kindle e-book reader in...

34nm Intel X25M SSD shipments halted on fear of data corruption

08/04/2009, A SSD firmware issue that might cause a loss of data seems to be at the origin of Intel’s decision to stop shipping 34nm-based Intel X25M SSDs. The problem happens only when a BIOS password is setup to limit access to the drive. If the password is...

CoolIT ‘maintenance free’ liquid-cooled GPUs

08/04/2009, BFG Technologies has released a “maintenance-free” liquid cooling solutions for GeForce GTX 285 and GTX 295 graphics cards. Many existing liquid-cooling solutions are a hassle to deal with because the user has to assemble the kit and fill it...

Toshiba 64GB SDXC memory card fastest in the world

08/04/2009, Toshiba’s latest foray into the SDXC memory card scene has placed them at the top of the industry with a 64GB capacity version that boasts the fastest data transfer rate in the world for its class, and is compliant with the new SD Memory Standard...