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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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Tenda T26 clones the HP Mini 5102

03/11/2010, For those of you who have an eye open for the HP Mini 5102 might want to be more wary when it comes to cheap online sales as you could end up with the Tenda T26 instead – a close clone of the original, including its package box. The main difference...

My Ripple Look Family 45FC mini PC

03/11/2010, Folks living in South Korea will be able to check out the red wine-colored crystal chassis of the My Ripple Look Family 45FC mini PC. This small machine that could will definitely find a place in any living room, featuring the ability to deliver...

OpenGL 4.0 catches up with DirectX11

03/11/2010, With OpenGL 4.0, non-Windows platforms will finally have access to all the features of DirectX 11 (DX11) hardware. Tessellation is now available (it’s the star feature of DX11) for game programmers, but there’s also an integration of general...


Asus Eee PC to expand category further

03/11/2010, Asus is certainly milking its Eee PC brand for all it is worth, throwing in a couple more lines for you to consider before you part with your hard earned money the next time round. We’re talking about the Eee Pc Diary and the Eee PC Prime, where the...

Toshiba has plans for its own tablets

03/10/2010, Toshiba is currently working on rolling out its own tablet range that will go up against the iPad from Apple, and the Japanese company hopes to see this line of devices to arrive sometime later this year at best, or early 2011 otherwise. Toshiba...

Dell Mini 10v hacked with touchscreen display

03/10/2010, Check out this Dell Mini 10v that has been hacked to include a touchscreen display instead of the regular one, giving you access to its icons with but a single tap instead of double clicking. Using an $85 kit from Hoda, it is unfortunate that none of the...

Google Opens The Google Apps Marketplace

03/09/2010, It looks like Google has placed further commitment to its online app store business, as it has just officially announced the Google Apps Marketplace. This is targeted at customers who are currently using the Google Apps service, and the apps featured in...

New Hard Drives To Spell The End Of Windows XP?

03/09/2010, Despite the release of Windows 7, there are still many users out there who are clinging on desperately to Windows XP. Now it seems that it may not be Microsoft who will force users to ditch the venerable OS, rather hard drive manufacturers. A recent...

MSI Wind12 U230 Models Announced

03/09/2010, We published about the new MSI U230 back in November, and today it is official, the MSI Wind12 U230 are available now in two flavors, the 033 is powered by an Athlon Neo MV-40 processor with 250GB storage capacity while the 040 gets the Athlon X2 L335...

Dell Precision M4500 notebook

03/09/2010, Dell’s latest 15.6″ Precision M4500 notebook does come with a whole lot of muscle just like its larger sibling, the M6500, although this one comes in a much more mobile unit. Of course, some of the specifications have been downgraded in some...

Dell Alienware M11x stripped naked

03/09/2010, You know what they say – underneath our skin is the same red blood that courses through our veins, so the same applies to computers. No matter how lovely they look like from the outside, even the Dell Alienware M11x does resemble a normal...

Dell Vostro 3000 series announced

03/09/2010, Dell has jumped aboard the Small-Medium-Business bandwagon with their new line of Vostro 3000 series of notebooks, where it will come in 13″, 14″, 15″ and 17″ models. Not only that, you can choose from Intel’s latest Core i3,...

1984 Macintosh Runs OS X Snow Leopard

03/08/2010, How’s this for something to impress your friends? Getting OS X Snow Leopard running on a 1984 Macintosh. Of course, before you start wondering how to get Snow Leopard running on the 8MHz processor, it’s worth taking note that the innards of it...

Firstview Presents $65 Low Cost Nike PC706V SmartBook

03/08/2010, Firstview HK Electronic Limited has come up with a SmartBook that will only cost $65 to manufacture, dubbed the Nike PC706V. While we’re not sure whether a certain sports company will see red over the name, we do know that it is powered by...