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Aigo N500 MID runs on Maemo

01/25/2010, Aigo’s latest MID (Mobile Internet Device) is the N500 which will be powered by an ARM-based 806MHz Marvell PXA310+ processor that runs off the Maemo operating system. Strangely enough, N500 is very close to what you would call a Nokia device, and...

Pumpkin King Jack Skellington USB flash drive

01/25/2010, Pumpkin King Jack Skellington now has a removable head thanks to him coming in the form of a USB flash drive, where you can choose from 4GB, 8GB or 16GB capacities. Constructed out of impact-resistant plastic, the Jack Skellington drive is pretty much...

Samsung NC10 receives another mini PCI-E slot

01/25/2010, While the stock model of the Samsung NC10 comes with a sole mini PCI-E slot, why not literally take things into your own hands by introducing a second mini PCI-E slot into the venerable netbook? Since there is no actual socket, this DIY will require you...

HP to include music subscription service for European releases

01/25/2010, HP has just announced that they will be including a music subscription service on its computers that will see action in Europe. Similar to the Zune Pass business model, the computer-based version of MusicStation opens the door to unlimited access to its...

Planex MZK-WDPR All-in-One Wireless router

01/25/2010, What makes the Planex MZK-WDPR All-in-One Wireless router stand out from the rest of the other mish mash out there would be the inclusion of a 3.5″ LCD touchscreen display. No idea on why it resembles a rugby ball when it comes to aesthetics, but...

Great Wall Cross PC U510 all-on-one machine

01/25/2010, You can tell by its name alone, the Great Wall Cross PC U510, which country the device hails from. The full size keyboard itself envelopes an NVIDIA Ion chipset, 2GB RAM, a 250GB SATA hard drive and a 5″ TFT touchscreen display that has been...

Valore ION330 nettop announced

01/25/2010, Valore’s latest nettop, the ION330 is an easy one for those who subscribe to Sherlock Holmes’ deductive reasoning, as they can tell that this model will run on an Intel Atom 330 processor, coupled with NVIDIA’s ION chipset accompanied by...

Self-auctioning box

01/25/2010, Never mind about self-aware robots – here is a cube that puts itself on auction perpetually as long as it is connected to the Internet thanks to a clever combination of custom programming and hardware. Every ten minutes that passes by will see this...

Silex Technology SX-3000GB USB-to-Gigabit device server

01/22/2010, The first gigabit USB device server from Silex Technology would be the SX-3000GB, where it enables one to share up to 15 other USB devices over a TCP/IP network through an ordinary Gigabit Ethernet interface. Sounds like a pretty nifty tool if...

Game Boy Advance Flash Drive

01/22/2010, The Game Boy has undergone a fair number of mods to date, but how about the Game Boy Advance? Well, the latter’s cartridges are pretty nifty for some DIY mod work as with the case of this Game Boy Advance Flash Drive. Capable of holding up to 16GB...

AMD unveils ATI Radeon E4690 Mobile PCI Express module

01/22/2010, AMD has lifted the curtains on its ATI Radeon E4690 Mobile PCI Express module which will target graphics-intensive embedded systems. Boasting compliance to the industry-standard MXM 3.0 specification for graphics subsystems, you will find that the Radeon...

Super Talent TeraDrive SSDs

01/22/2010, Super Talent has introduced a new TeraDrive SSD (solid state disk) that was specially designed to cater for high end enterprise and database server applications. Also known as the TeraDrive FT2, this SATA 3Gbps SSD has its roots in the SandForce SF-1500...

MacBook Air update delayed

01/22/2010, Word has it that an update to the MacBook Air may see a delay by several weeks because of delays in the ultra-low voltage Core i5 from Intel. Apparently, Intel is whispered to push back the 1.06GHz i5-520UM versus its full-power counterparts, which would...

Vimeo also supports HTML5 video

01/22/2010, YouTube isn’t the only one to play nice with HTML5, as Vimeo also ensures its library is compatible with HTML5 video. Bear in mind that HTML5 video will function in Safari and Chrome browsers only at point of publishing, although it might end up as...