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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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NVIDIA ION Cube PC Mod

11/15/2009, Bill Owens has a rather nice way of showing his support for NVIDIA, in the form of the award-winning NVIDIA ION Cube PC case mod, which as its name implies, is based on NVIDIA’s ION ITX motherboard. The casing sports UV green acrylic sheets, lit by...

Windows 7 Product Activation Bypassed

11/14/2009, We all know that it was only a matter of time before the antipiracy protection in Windows 7 would be bypassed, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone to hear the news that some savvy folks how managed to find a way around the activation...

VIA MID does Windows XP and Android

11/13/2009, So we’ve seen a device that runs on Windows CE and Android just a couple of posts back, but here’s another one that does Windows XP and Android simultaneously. The VIA MID will be powered by a 500MHz VIA processor, boasting telephony and...

Hikari iFrame unveiled

11/13/2009, NTT has just unveiled its Hikari iFrame, an Android-powered tablet that supposedly not only handles all your portable computing needs, it also functions as a digital picture frame when the situation calls for it. You get a 7″ touchscreen display...

New Corsair Flash Survivor GT USB flash drives

11/13/2009, It is Friday the 13th today, and while some of us out there who are worried about running into a whole lot of bad luck, here’s some good news – Corsair has announced two new Flash Survivor GT USB flash drives which ought to be able to handle...

Innovative Converged Devices roll out Vega

11/13/2009, Innovative Converged Devices, also known as ICD in short, has announced their very own tablet known as VEGA, where it will come in sizes ranging from 7″ to 11″ and 15″, boasting a simple yet svelte design. Armed with a Tegra processor...

Acer H243HXB 24-inch monitor

11/12/2009, Acer has rolled out its 24″ H243HXB LCD monitor that will lean towards SOHO professionals and media users who want a high-end large screen display without any compromise. In this case, you will get full HD resolution support alongside 80,000:1...

Didgeridoo modified electronically

11/12/2009, Kyle Evans has taken his technical know how to heavily modify this didgeridoo. I created this instrument to experiment in the combination of the organic sound qualities of a didgeridoo with the advanced signal processing capabilities of modern computer...

Vestax Spin targets wannabe DJs

11/12/2009, Always aspired to be a spinmeister at the hottest clubs in town? While you might not be able to hit such lofty heights, you can always attempt to live out your dreams on something more concrete compared to DJ Hero. We’re talking about the Spin from...

Windows 7 Took Some Hints From MacOS?

11/12/2009, Word is going around the Internet that Microsoft’s partner group manager, Simon Aldous, stated that try tried to imitate the Mac look and feel with Windows 7. Specifically, sources online quote him saying “What we’ve tried to do with...

Asus Eee PC 1101HA-WP

11/10/2009, Asus originally wanted to release a 11.6″ Eee PC 1101HA with Windows Vista Home Premium, but scrapped that plan due to the debut of Windows 7. This has resulted in a Windows 7 Home Premium edition known as the Eee PC 1101HA-WP. Among the improved...

Matrox M9188 card drives eight 2650×1600 displays

11/10/2009, While a couple of graphics companies compete in the massively parallel computing space, Matrox has found a cushy niche in massive multi-monitor setups. Prospect clients are said to be working on energy grids or train dispatch. It might just be the thing...

AverTVMedia launches a DVR that records mobile content

11/10/2009, This AVerTV HD DVR PCI 1x card can record shows from a set top box (cable or satellite) to your PC via two HDMI inputs. It produces H.264 content for mobile devices: the output resolution is only 320×240, which is smaller than most modern smartphone...

Yahoo offers free Wi-Fi as well

11/10/2009, Google’s bitter rival, Yahoo, does not want to be left behind in the free Wi-Fi game by offering such a service to New York’s Times Square sometime next year. According to a Yahoo blog post, “While Yahoo! is the place where your world...