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Kingston Issues Recall For Certain Thumb Drives

12/31/2009, If you own a Kingston DataTraveler BlackBox, DataTraveler Secure or DataTraveler Elite drives, you might want to pay attention to this. Kingston has posted a security alert on its website, stating that a skilled person with the proper tools and physical...

Broadcom Crystal HD video decoder runs on Linux now

12/30/2009, The Broadcom Crystal HD video decoder is one card that most netbook owners might want to consider, since it enables HD video playback on a netbook that runs off the Intel Atom processor alongside an integrated graphics chipset. Well, the Linux version of...

PQI Launches 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

12/29/2009, Thinking of getting a 64GB thumb drive, but think that USB 2.0 is way too slow to transfer all that data? Well, PQI has the solution to that in the PQI Cool Drive U366, a USB 3.0 flash drive that is encased in an all aluminum shell. Being USB 3.0,...

AA-powered Netbook NorhTec Gecko Edubook hands-on

12/28/2009, We published photos of the NorhTec Gecko Edubook back in May but this AA batteries Netbook has since been spotted in the wild and our friends from Liliupting have been able to play with it. So how is it? Well, it feels like any other Netbook (although a...

UNITEK USB 3.0 to SATA Adapter

12/28/2009, Brando’s UNITEK USB 3.0 to SATA Adapter, also known by the model number Y-1034, is a computer peripheral worthy of your money, time and attention. Why do we say so? It breathes new life into your SATA/IDE hard drives, where it will connect those to...

Bluetooth rollable keyboard coming

12/28/2009, Wireless keyboards are useful especially in the living room with a HTPC setup, and these are normally connected via RF although Bluetooth is gaining ground in this market segment. As we all know, the living room does boast a handful of opportunities for...

HCL offers ME 06 netbook

12/28/2009, HCL of India has rolled out yet another netbook into an already overcrowded market, with their model ME 06. This looks more or less a standard netbook from this year with its Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, a 10.1″ display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, 1GB...

TDK tints touchscreen displays

12/24/2009, TDK managed to stumble upon a method to tint touchscreens in a cost-effective manner, where they add color to transparent electrode sheets which serve as the basis of those displays. Such electrode sheets will come in 13 colors down the road, where among...

Foxconn netbook runs on Linux

12/24/2009, The FCC has taken a look at a new Linux-powered netbook from Foxconn – which is interesting considering Foxconn themselves churn out machines that are rebranded and sold under other company brands. Known as the Foxconn SZ901P, this netbook will come...

Packard Bell EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition

12/23/2009, Tablet devices seem to be the next big thing, but that doesn’t mean (convertible) tablet computers aren’t good anymore. Packard Bell has announced its latest EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition notebook. One of the more important features of this...

Inkia MID500 rolls out

12/23/2009, There is a new mobile internet device in town – the MID500 from Inkia. This device will come with some pretty standard specifications including an Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz processor, a 5″ WVGA 800 × 480 resolution touchscreen display, 1GB...

Lenovo joins Pine Trail party

12/23/2009, Lenovo is a little bit late to the Intel Atom Pine Trail party by being pretty silent even after their main competitors have already announced upcoming N450-powered machines. Nice to know the Chinese-owned company isn’t going to miss out on the Pine...

Wooden Cannon USB Speaker

12/22/2009, Looking for a simple, yet elegant looking USB speaker? The Wooden Cannon USB Speaker might be what you’re looking for. Sure, it might look out of place amidst your other shiny, aluminum or plastic items, but it’s hard to deny that there is a...

Old Fashioned Looking Wireless Keyboard

12/22/2009, Are you one of those folks who feel that electronics nowadays don’t feel as solid and reliable as they did in the days past? Well, that’s probably what the Dutch creator of this old-fashioned wireless keyboard was thinking when he came up with...