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Twitter Your Way Using Brain Power

04/21/2009, The brain is a truly wonderful thing, and we don’t doubt its power as it can now send messages via Twitter without lifting a finger to type on a keyboard/keypad of any kind. Adam Wilson has come up with a brain interface enables one to post Twitter...

Nexto NVS2500 Portable Backup Device

04/20/2009, Portable backups are commonplace these days, and Nexto jumps aboard the bandwagon with their NVS2500 backup device that is able to hit data transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s. This will target video professionals as their primary target, playing nice with a...

Netgear EVA 9150 Digital Entertainer Elite Ships

04/20/2009, Netgear is noted for their range of networking products, and their latest would be the Netgear EVA 9150 Digital Entertainer Elite that has started to ship. What can you expect out of this puppy? Well, check out the list of specifications below and...

Shuttle Liquid I.C.E. Cooling Unit

04/20/2009, Shuttle might be a major manufacturer of extremely tiny computer cases, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have their fingers dipped in other areas of computers. Their latest efforts come in the form of the Shuttle Liquid I.C.E. Cooling unit...

X-Desk To Compete with Microsoft’s Surface

04/20/2009, The Microsoft Surface table might be very cool, but the X-Desk looks more impressive, at least in appearance : it’s 52″ (vs 30″) big. It is said to offer the same level of interaction as Surface and reacts to multi-touch input and that...

Avermedia Releases New PC TV Peripherals

04/20/2009, Avermedia of Taiwan has unveiled a couple more peripherals that will further cement the computer as the entertainment device of choice in your home or notebook for your travels- the AirExpress TV card and the TwinStar dual digital TV stick. The former is...

Averatec Goes Budget With D1048UH1E-M Desktop

04/20/2009, We all know what tough times are at the moment, and understand if you’re willing to sacrifice brand names for an equally capable machine at home. Case in point, the D1048UH1E-M desktop from Averatec that is easy on your pockets with a $599 price tag...

Toshiba Dynabook UX Costs A Bomb

04/20/2009, What are some of the characteristics one will think about when it comes to netbooks? Apart from the relatively small display size and the all-conquering Intel Atom processor, most netbooks will also come with a standard 1GB RAM and 160GB hard drive...

SiS168 Processor Reduces Motion Blur Artifacts

04/20/2009, Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) has outed its latest 120Hz/100Hz motion-fluent co-processor that goes by the moniker SiS168 which is touted to decrease motion-blur artifacts in LCD TVs. In addition, it will also do its part to lower film-judder that can...

Caustics Graphics Ray-Tracing Hardware Demo

04/20/2009, Caustics Graphics, which has generated some buzz last month, has posted a video showing their hardware running in interactive mode. This is not an eye-candy demo and the framerate peaks at about 5fps, but it is supposed to show that they have working...

USB Lunch Box Warmer

04/16/2009, With devices like the USB Lunch Box Warmer, what’s there not to love about this delectable port? After all, this means you no longer need to eat a cold lunch at the office since your boss is too cheap to purchase a microwave for the pantry. While...

3DConnexion SpacePilot PRO

04/16/2009, 3DConnexion is so confident of their latest 3D mouse that they’ve even taken liberties to dub the SpacePilot PRO as the “most powerful 3D Mouse ever”. We won’t dispute that as there are only a handful of such mice in the computing...

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Connected via China Mobile 3G

04/16/2009, Dell is now officially involved with China Mobile to supply a 3G version its Dell Inspiron mini 10 netbook. This is potentially a big deal for Dell because if China Mobile subsidizes a portion of the netbook’s cost (this is what we expect), the...

Spam Churns Out 17m Tons Of CO2

04/16/2009, Spam is something we’ve all learnt to live with after giving up all attempts to beat it into submission over the years. Just before you dismiss it as nothing more than an irritant in your mailbox with some others categorizing it as a chore to remove...