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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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Viliv S10 Blade to cut down the competition

01/04/2010, Viliv has a brand new UMPC for the masses in the form of the S10 Blade, and while we do not yet have details such as its pricing, we do know that the S10 Blade looks rather sweet, being a Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium-powered convertible netbook that...

CyberPower Black Mamba gaming PC

01/04/2010, CyberPower is well know for their range of gaming rigs, where the Black Mamba is the latest in a long family line. It heralds a new era by relying on Corsair’s Obsidian 800D chassis, cramming in an Intel Core i7 platform (Core i7 920, Core i7 975 or...

ASUS UL30Vt-A1 notebook up for pre-order

01/04/2010, ASUS’s latest Intel CULV-powered notebook, the UL30Vt-A1 is now available for pre-order on Amazon. This is not more of the same old, as the 13.3″ silver-colored notebook will feature a longer lasting performance in the form of an 8-cell,...

Dell Inspiron 15 English Future is forward looking

01/03/2010, You wouldn’t expect a company like Dell to just sit down and watch their rivals come up with device after device to pummel their product line into oblivion without doing anything right? Quite rightly so, with the Texas-based company coming up with...

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e ultraportable laptop

01/03/2010, [CES 2010] Lenovo enters the ultraportable laptop category with their ThinkPad X100e, the first first professional-grade ultraportable device from the company that does not break the $500 price point. The ThinkPad X100e is also another watershed moment as...

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge series announced

01/03/2010, [CES 2010] Lenovo targets the small-to-medium business (SMB) crowd with their new ThinkPad Edge laptop series which will come in varying sizes of 13″, 14″ and 15″ models. The 13″ model will boast the distinction of being the first...

Samsung NB30 netbook rolls out

01/03/2010, Samsung has introduced its latest NB30 netbook in South Korea, where it is capable of running up to 11 hours under certain conditions – expect real-world usage to shave off a couple of hours from the stated figure, even more so if you have many...

HTC out with its own tablet as well

01/03/2010, The kiddy gloves are removed with HTC ready to go up against Apple by coming up with their own tablet, where it will be based on the new Google Chrome operating system. This Android-based device is rumored to be shown privately to core HTC customers at...

Freescale Smartbook Tablet

01/03/2010, [CES 2010] Freescale is grabbing the bull by the horns and has come up with its own tablet design that not only shows what Freescale’s technology is capable of, also serve as a reference design for computer makers around the world, like Inventec....

Intel Litl webbook headed for CES debut

01/01/2010, Intel’s own Litl webbook will be making a debut at CES 2010 which is happening just next week. First announced in November, the Litl will target those looking for an easy-to-use Internet computer for homes that will merge both the web with high...

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,...