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Acer Aspire One 11.6-inch Model

03/22/2009, Could this be true – a new Acer Aspire One netbook that further blurs the line with its 11.6″ display? Of course, the most glaring difference would be the larger screen with a resolution of 1,366 x 768 complete with a 16:9 aspect ratio for...

Elgato Turbo.264 HD USB Dongle

03/20/2009, For folks who want to convert their videos to the popular H.264 format will now be able to do so with the introduction of the Elgato Turbo.264 HD. By doing so, you’re able to carry around all your favorite movies and videos to be viewed on a myriad...

Google Chrome Survives Onslaught

03/20/2009, So which browser is the most secure at this point in time? It is apparently Google Chrome, having outlasted the rest of the competition (Firefox, IE8 and Safari) after the first day of the Pwn2Own hacking competition. Just for bragging rights where Google...

Samsung Ships Smallest High Density Memory Modules

03/20/2009, Samsung achieves yet another world’s first by shipping the smallest high density memory module that is based on 2-gigabit (Gb), 50 nanometer (nm)-class DDR3. These modules will also comprise of 16GB registered inline memory module (RIMM) as well as...

GMail Introduces Undo Send

03/19/2009, Undo Send has just been added to Gmail. It doesn’t mean that you can reclaim an email that has been already sent. Instead, it is waiting for 5 seconds during which you can cancel the action of sending the email. After those 5 seconds, you mail will...

This Via IVP-7500 Motherboard Could Be In Your Next Car

03/19/2009, Via is coming up with a PC hardware platform for in-vehicle integration. It can control a host of things, including ‘sensors’ like the digital tachograph and odometer, but also GPS functions and navigation. Via says that it is much easier to...

Echo Bot Voice Messenger

03/19/2009, The Echo Bot Voice Messenger is not a webcam regardless of how you think it might be one at first glance, but it is actually a motion detector. What does it do then? Well, the Echo Bot’s main function for its existence would be to record messages...

Apple MacBook Nano Rumor

03/19/2009, Another day, another MacBook nano rumor to hit the streets. This time round we even have a mock-up image of it. Strange – how did Korea-based LG gain information (or should we say, rumor) on this? Well, whatever the case is, we’re often drawn...

BenQ All-In-One Desktops Hit Japan

03/19/2009, Japan has been hit with a couple of all-in-one desktops from BenQ – the nScreen i91 and nScreen i221. Both of them will be powered by AMD’s Yukon processor, featuring an AMD 690+ SB600 chipset, a Radeon X1200 graphics card, 1GB RAM and a 160GB...

USB Key Comes In Coin Format

03/19/2009, What looks like some loose change at first glance is actually a USB flash drive in disguise – and the new world currency would be GBs instead of the once almighty US dollar. The whole explanation behind this idea? Realized in a coin shape and not...

Freecom ToughDrive Sport External Hard Drive

03/19/2009, Many of us already own at least one external hard drive and for good reason, too. After all, you’ll need to save all your important data elsewhere apart from your notebook or PC, right? The ToughDrive Sport from Freecom is the latest external hard...

Super Talent Releases UltraDrive ME/UltraDrive LE Series

03/19/2009, Super Talent knows that times are hard at the moment, which is why their new range of UltraDrive ME/UltraDrive LE Series SSDs will be relatively easy on your pockets compared to those from other manufacturers. For instance, the UltraDrive ME will come in...

SLI Enabled On Motherboard Without Official Certification

03/19/2009, Taiwanese magazine PC Home Advance has recently published an article that will definitely ruffle the feathers of folks at NVIDIA, as this article teaches one to enable SLI support on a motherboard without official NVIDIA SLI certification. For those who...

ViewSonic To Introduce Netbooks And Notebooks In China

03/19/2009, ViewSonic will be rolling out more products in China which range from their LCD product lines to netbooks and notebooks – at least that’s what a source in Taiwan mentioned. In addition, ViewSonic has hopes of developing a mammoth 22″...