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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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Celio REDFLY gets BlackBerry drivers

09/17/2009, The Celio REDFLY smartphone-expander has just received a bunch of new BlackBerry drivers, enabling this mini-laptop without a processor to function with your smartphone running the proceedings from behind the screen, although you do get the advantage of a...

Kunai USB flash drive

09/17/2009, The Kunai is an ancient weapon used by ninjas in the past, but this time round it comes in the form of a USB flash drive, although the cloak and dagger tactics employed eons ago are still prevalent in the workplace today, save that they come in a more...

LG WIDEBOOKs unveiled

09/17/2009, LG just lifted the curtains off its latest notebook from the WIDEBOOK banner, where it comes with a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio for a portable cinematic experience. There will be five new models under this banner, where they are all LED backlit and...

ITG xpPhone ready to fly

09/17/2009, How would you like to have a device as small (relatively speaking) as a large smartphone with Windows XP running on it? Well, that would be the ITG xpPhone, where it is being prepared to be released on AT&T, Vodafone and Orange networks in the near...

Mail-E robot

09/17/2009, Forget about Wall-E – this must be his long lost twin brother, Mail-E! Made with such close detail to look like Wall-E, this robot comes with a papercraft exterior, complete with stepper motors to help it move its hands and head. It will notify you...

Windows IceBox USB flash drive

09/17/2009, The Windows IceBox USB flash drive is no ordinary device – it isn’t meant for storing any files but will be used to “freeze” your hard drive instead. This means it can be utilized to cordon a designated partition of your hard drive...

iMac hamster cage

09/17/2009, What do you do with an old iMac hanging around at home or at the office? Why, with a little bit of know how and DIY knowledge, you can always strip its innards and make some room to place wood shavings, a running wheel and some water to make sure your pet...

HP DreamScreen 100 and 130, live photos

09/16/2009, HP has just announced a new family of devices called DreamScreen 100 and DreamScreen 130. As their names indicate, they have 10.2″ and 13.3″ displays. Some might call DreamScreen a “Tablet”, but we do think of it as a very smart...

AMD Athlon II X4: quad-core computing under $100

09/16/2009, AMD is back at providing great value to the consumer: its new Athlon II X4 brings a level of performance that is comparable to Intel’s Q8xxx series, but at a much lower price point. AMD has designed this processor to make a foray into the mainstream...

Super-Talent PCIe RaidDrive SSD

09/16/2009, PCI express based SSD storage is becoming fashionable in the high-end. It’s not like the concept is new, but we’ve seen more and more products in this market. The basic idea is to create a pre-configured SSD RAID setup on a PCIe card and make...

Packard Bell dot m/u netbook

09/16/2009, No idea on how the Packard Bell dot m/u netbook is supposed to be pronounced, but perhaps they don’t have that much hope of it being popular, hence not bothering with how one interprets its pronounciation. Dubbed to be the “first netbook with...

VIA NetNote unveiled

09/16/2009, VIA has rolled out its latest device from the NetNote product category, where this netbook will be able to handle 1080p playback thanks to the relevant processing muscle within, supporting various formats including H.264, MPEG-2/4, VC-1 and WMV9. It will...

Sony 32GB MicroVault Click

09/16/2009, Most USB flash drive designs these days come without a cap and for good reason too – once you lose them, you’ll have to take extra care with the connector. Sony’s 32GB MicroVault Click comes in an elegant yet simple design that has no...

Atheros Half-Mini card

09/16/2009, Atheros’ latest Half-Mini card is unique in a sense where it merges 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity with that of Bluetooth on a solitary PCIe card. This allows those with older notebooks to gain the functionality of both using a single space, freeing up...