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Google Chrome Heads For Mac

03/31/2009, Google Chrome has been a relative success since it was released, but Mac users still have not experienced the benefits and power of the browser on their beloved Mac OS X-powered machines to date. Well, all that is about to change in the near future as...

Microsoft Kills Off Encarta

03/31/2009, Microsoft Encarta – mentioning that sure brings about memories of encyclopedias that come on CD-ROMs many years back, but time and technology has allowed Microsoft to evolve the Encarta platform into one that is Web-based. Bad news for folks who...

Owl iMpc UMPC

03/31/2009, Owl of China intends to wow the world with their new handheld unit that is known as the iMpc (which means “I am a computer” – for real!), and it packs in the necessary parts required to fall under the UMPC category including :- VIA C7...

HP Announces New Z Series PCs

03/31/2009, HP recently announced a trio of new Z Series workstation PCs – the Z800, Z600 and Z400. All of them will be powered by Intel’s Nehalem-era Xeon processors and do not need any tool whatsoever to access and service all of their components. The...

Sierra Wireless AirCard 402 Is A Multitasker

03/30/2009, For those who ever found themselves in the awkward position of requiring a PC Card in addition to an ExpressCard but had to choose from only one, you would have wished for the Sierra Wireless AirCard 402 to make an appearance there and then. Designed to...

Female Oriented Notebook Concepts

03/30/2009, No idea whether these concept notebooks by Nikita Buyanov for HP-Intel that were tailor made for women will actually sell well in real life or not, but let us throw all conventional wisdom out of the window for the moment and indulge in a little bit of...

Dell Mini 10 Netbook Goes High Definition

03/30/2009, Not the full works by far, but at least you can now configure Dell’s latest netbook to come with a 1,366 x 768 display which is more than enough to handle 720p video. This can be included before you make the purchase, although you will need to pony...

Evercool Transformer 4 CPU Cooler

03/30/2009, Evercool Thermal has rolled out a brand new CPU cooler known as the Transformer 4 – while it won’t automatically transform into some sort of mini robot that is able to repair the innards of your PC when you’re not looking, the...

Asus Eee PC 1004DN Is Official

03/30/2009, We just covered news of a new Asus Eee PC that will feature an optical disc drive last week, and today Asus pulls the rug from under virtually everyone by making the 1004DN official. This model will come with a Super-Multi optical disc drive that allows...

Via P710-HD provides DX10.1 compatibility to Pico-ITXe board

03/30/2009, Via just announced the P710-HD, a stack-up module that connects to the P710 Pico ITX motherboard. It uses SUMIT (Stackable Unified Module Interconnect Technology) and can be one of the four modules stacked up in such a system. While DX 10.1 might resonate...

Dell Inspiron Slim And Mini-Tower Released in 8 Colors

03/30/2009, Dell continues its consumer push on the desktop side (this time): the company just announced new Dell Inspiron Slim and Mini-tower desktop computers with a colored facade. Eight colors are available : Piano Black, Pure White, True Blue, Formula Red,...

Asus Eee PC 1000HE Skin

03/30/2009, We know that iPods and other notebooks do come with their own set of skins to make them stand out from other brethren in the market, but an enterprising Eee PC 1000HE owner decided to take things into his own hands by using a laser cutter to create a skin...

HDF10P 1-inch SSD Hits 8GB

03/29/2009, Hagiwara Sys-Com decided to apply technology from 2.5″ solid state drives (SSDs) to a range of smaller 1″ drives, and the result of their efforts come in the form of the HDF10P which can currently tote around 8GB of data in such a phenomenally...