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Cat Door Rigged To Twitter

04/09/2009, Twitter has seen a phenomenal growth rate, and it is interesting to see what normal folks are able to cook up with this service. A computer programmer decided to rig a cat door to tweet each time a cat enters or exits a home. Dubbed the Tweeting Cat Door...

Wall-E PC Casemod

04/09/2009, Check out this extremely cute case modification of everyone’s favorite junk-collecting robot, Wall-E. This robotic computer will open up to reveal a built-in optical drive, and is able to send out love letters to Eva without the need for a human to...

Acer Aspire One 11.6-inch Notebook

04/08/2009, Netbooks keep growing in size, basically to affect two purchase variables: comfort and battery life. With the Aspire One 11.6″ Netbook, Acer hopes to continue its successful venture in this space. With a thickness of about 1″, the Aspire One...

OCZ Vertex Series Mac Edition

04/08/2009, OCZ offers yet another Solid State Drive (SSD) goodie – albeit this time it will target Mac owners in the form of the OCZ Vertex Series Mac Edition SSD. Featuring speeds of up to 240MB/s sequential read and 170MB/s sequential write with some help...

USB Privacy Keypad

04/08/2009, One glance at the USB Privacy Keypad and you will realize that it looks pretty familiar, especially when you use ATMs often. It works on the same concept, covering up your numeric keypad so that nobody else will be able to see what numbers you’re...

PC Koubou Monster Hunter Notebook

04/08/2009, PC Koubou has teamed up with Capcom to bring fans of the Monster Hunter franchise the Lesance GSN628GW TYPE-R-MHF gaming notebook. This portable gaming machine will come with pretty high-end specifications including :- Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 2.53Ghz...

Viewsonic VG2427 LCD Monitor

04/08/2009, Viewsonic makes some pretty decent LCD monitors for the budget-conscious without breaking the bank, and their latest offering, the VG2427 falls under this criteria comfortably. Boasting 24″ of viewing real estate and a resolution just nice to handle...

BumpTop For Windows Reinvents Desktop

04/08/2009, BumpTop for Windows (there is a Mac version in the works) will aim to revolutionize the way computers work. What is BumpTop, anyway? Well, this unique desktop application will actually turn your desktop into a dynamic 3-dimensional room which makes our...

Sony VAIO Type C Launched

04/08/2009, We all know that Sony’s Vaio range of notebooks are pretty far ahead in terms of its design curve compared to the rest of the competition, and Sony Japan does not disappoint with its VAIO Type C notebooks being launched recently. The “C”...

NEC Technology Could Render Bloggers Obsolete

04/08/2009, Blogging is a well-established phenomenon where the underground feeling was already lost for a fair number of years already, and NEC has come up with a new technology that could render bloggers obsolete. This new method from NEC will evaluate an...

Beagle Board Mobile Internet Device

04/08/2009, Hunyue of HY Research had some spare time on his hands, churning out a total mobile internet platform (MID) from an ordinary Beagle Board, complete with a 4.3″ touchscreen display, some side controls and a CNC chassis. It will be powered by internal...

Rave Computer Unveils Rugged Rackmount Servers

04/08/2009, Rave Computer is not a name we hear of every day, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t serious in what they do. In fact, the company has just rolled out a couple of rugged rackmount servers under the guise of 1U and 3U aluminum form factors, and...

Ridgeline W200 Wrist Computer

04/07/2009, Wristwatch phones are all the rage these days, or perhaps manufacturers are trying to make it look so by rolling out a fair number of such devices. Glacier Computer attempts to introduce wrist computers instead, with the 10.2 ounce Ridgeline W200...

Microsoft Proud Of Windows Monopoly In Netbooks

04/07/2009, Microsoft is extremely proud of their achievements in the netbook market, touting that up to 96% of netbooks are powered by Windows XP – an operating system that just refuses to die despite Microsoft ushering in Windows Vista many years back. This...