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Taiwan taxis to get WiMAX connection

03/04/2010, The next time you step foot in Taiwan, you might want to check out any of the 1,000 taxis that offer free Internet services thanks to a groundbreaking application of WiMAX technology. VMAX Telecom Co. will roll out this Internet service officially from...

Samsung Debuts U.S Netbooks

03/04/2010, Samsung N210 gallery, Samsung NB30 gallery Well, sorta. Samsung’s budget lappies have actually been on sale for a few weeks already, but they had a formal coming-out party (along with the high-end 80 series of laptops) this evening at the Samsung...

Barco CliniScape and ProScribe clinical tablets

03/04/2010, Barco has rolled out two more clinical tablets – the CliniScape and ProScribe. The former will sport a 10.4″ display, where it is powered by an Intel Core Solo processor, aided by 1GB RAM, has a dust and water resistant front screen and is...


Intel Expands Atom Platform To Storage Devices

03/04/2010, Intel has launched its first Intel Atom processor-based platform which is optimized for networked home and small office storage devices. This platform will consist of the single-core Atom D410 processor or the dual-core D510 processor, coupled with the...

PSP Tablet Rumor Surfaces?

03/04/2010, Could Sony be gearing up a PlayStation tablet of sorts to take on the challenge of Apple’s soon-to-be-released iPad? There isn’t any official evidence of the existence (or even plans) of such a device, the folks over at the Wall Street Journal...

Colorware Now Does The Alienware M15X

03/04/2010, The Alienware M15X is a pretty powerful laptop, but since it doesn’t come in any exciting color schemes, you could always send yours in to Colorware and get it customized to your liking. What do you think of the customizations above, rather cute,...

HP Elitebook 8740w datasheet leaked

03/04/2010, HP has a brand new Elitebook 8740w in the works with its datasheet already leaked, where the device is being prepared to roll out later this month, and judging by the information of its leak, the innards are pretty juicy as you can choose from an Intel...

HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam edition netbook

03/04/2010, HP has introduced yet another Vivienne Tam edition netbook, this time round coming in the form of the HP Mini 210, the second one after the HP Mini 1000. Part of the Vivienne Tam Spring 2010 collection, it comes with a Butterfly Lovers design, tipping the...

Samsung Zipel refrigerator surfs the Internet

03/04/2010, You know that the future is here when even your everyday fridge boasts Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing it to surf the Internet while you try to figure out just what drink to make with an array of ready ingredients within. The Samsung Zipel has affluent South...

Asus Comes Up With Futuristic RT-N56U Router

03/04/2010, If all the routers manufactured from now on looked something like Asus’ RT-N56U router, most people wouldn’t have such a hard time figuring out how to hide their routers at home. In case the picture above doesn’t describe it well enough,...

Shuttle I-Power GXT Mini External Graphics Solution

03/04/2010, Hooking up external graphic cards to notebooks isn’t something terribly new, as Gigabyte’s BookTop M1305 and M1405 already do that, but this time Shuttle have also come up with their own implementation of an external graphic card, which is...

Corsair Force Series SSDs announced

03/04/2010, Corsair, a well known brand leader when it comes to flash memory is back with the Force Series SSDs that tout outstanding SATA II performance thanks to an innovative SSD processor technology courtesy of SandForce Inc. When used in tandem with MLC flash...

Linpus Linux Lite updated

03/03/2010, Linpus Linux Lite for netbooks has been updated, where it sports an overhauled user interface to keep up with the times. There is the presence of tabs on the right side of the display, letting you add icons and shortcuts to favorite programs in various...

Sonnet Fusion DP800P2 RAID system

03/03/2010, Sonnet’s latest Fusion DP800P2 RAID system is capable of offering up to 16TB of storage space by virtue of holding up to 8 hard drives inside, where you can choose from 4TB, 8TB, 12TB and 16TB arrangements as default. Alternatively, you can also...