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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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Intel Intelligent Digital Signage Concept

01/18/2010, Intel recently demonstrated its Intelligent Digital Signage Concept that measures a whopping 7′ 6″, boasting multi-user capability and multi-touch. This prototype could eventually revolutionize the way people interact with digital signage...

HP EliteBook tablet could get refresh this spring

01/18/2010, HP might introduce an updated version of its EliteBook tablet this spring, where this rumor comes about due to a post by Michigan’s Mercy High School that claims to provide students with an EliteBook 2740p tablet even though the tablet will not ship...

Cynovo C7 tablet powered by Windows 7

01/18/2010, Windows 7 is the operating system of choice for the Cynovo C7 tablet, where the number 7 seems to play a prominent role (we’re not talking about it retailing for $700 though). Featuring a 7″ touchscreen display (there’s that number...

Sneak peek of Intel App Store on Moblin

01/18/2010, Check out what the Intel App Store on Moblin looks like, where it does not resemble a direct port of the Windows version (whether it is a good or bad thing, we leave that up to the user as different strokes work for different folks). The interface has...

USB Webmail Notifier and 4-Port Hub Cable

01/18/2010, Most of us use devices that offer push email support, and we get notified via a silent buzz or some other alert tone of your choice. If you have yet to fall under that category of being constantly connected to your inbox through your smartphone, then...

DigitalRise X9 slate runs on Windows 7

01/18/2010, DigitalRise rides on the Windows 7 operating system and slate-fever to introduce their X9 device which ought to appeal to folks who love familiarity and have no intention of breeding contempt against Windows-powered systems. The X9 will feature a...

ATI Radeon HD 5450 rumored to be out next month

01/18/2010, Word on the street has it that the latest ATI Radeon HD 5450 graphics card will hit the market some time in the middle of next month, where it will see off the current line of ATI HD 4650/4550/4350 graphics cards. This model is touted to offer a new...

DisplayPort 1.2 unveiled

01/18/2010, The VESA group has rolled out its latest DisplayPort 1.2 that will double the data rate of the original, hitting an impressive 21.6Gbps that makes it more than capable of handling 3D, color depths higher than 24-bit and faster frame rates. To sweeten the...

Coffee Table File Server Casing Mod

01/15/2010, Are you getting sick of spilling coffee on your computer keyboard, or your precious laptop? Well, if you’re into case modding, you could always mod your computer case, similar to what this person has done, and marry a coffee table with a computer,...

Celluon evoMouse Pet Is A Different Mouse

01/15/2010, Tired of holding your traditional and boring mouse? Well, if that’s the case, you’ll want to check out the Celluon evoMouse Pet. This unconventional mouse uses your finger as a pointer, and thus you won’t actually have to push a mouse...

Asus Pondering Between Android And Chrome OS

01/14/2010, Google’s Android has certainly gained a lot of ground in a short period of time, which is amazing, and we’ve seen Android popped into almost every device imaginable, including washing machines. Now the question that the folks at Asus are...

HP Ships One Of The Earliest USB 3.0 Laptops

01/14/2010, The world is certainly moving in the direction of USB 3.0, and now HP is claiming to be one of the first to ship a computer with native USB 3.0 ports. Said computers are certain variations of the Envy 15 quad-core notebook, which will then support much...

VIA MSERV S2100 Mini Server announced

01/13/2010, VIA has just announced their MSERV S2100 Mini Server which will specifically target OEMs and system integrators. Mainly powered by its own 64-bit VIA Nano processor, this model comes with a relatively small chassis alongside interesting features such as...

Active Atomix SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adapter

01/13/2010, We’re still waiting for USB 3.0 to become mainstream, and for those who do not want to take the next step of purchasing a new computer might want to check out the Active Atomix SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adapter. You will be able to choose from Atomix PX...