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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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Microsoft to drop Windows XP SP2 support

12/07/2009, Microsoft has just sent out another reminder to its dear customers that the end date for support for Windows XP Service Pack 2 is looming, alongside other versions of the Windows operating system as well. Support for Windows XP SP2, Windows 2000 Server...

Track Ball Mouse Numeric Keypad Hub

12/07/2009, Wow – talk about a convergence device! The Track Ball Mouse Numeric Keypad Hub will offer a slew of computer interconnected goodness, where your thumb will fondle the trackball as you control the cursor on the screen with it, while the numeric...

Fusion Garage Reveals JooJoo Tablet (ex-CrunchPad)

12/07/2009, Thanks to Nocolas H. for the photo. (formerly buzzed as the Crunchpad). Let’s start with the hardware and software as it is more interesting: The tablet has a 12.1″ capacitive screen and can play full HD video. It runs on a web-based OS...

PCI-Express USB 3.0 Host Controller Card

12/07/2009, Brando has come up with the PCI-Express USB 3.0 Host Controller Card which will give your future USB 3.0 device a performance boost of up to 5Gb/s, while offering up to 900ma of juice for each port. It retails for $38, now if only USB 3.0 devices can be...

Intel Larrabee 2.0 will come

12/07/2009, If you have an interest for high-end computer graphics, you might have heard that Intel’s upcoming Larrabee (nicknamed LRB) graphics processing unit (GPU) has been shelved as a product, but it is not certainly not dead as a project. The current...

Twoddler helps toddlers tweet

12/07/2009, Talk about introducing technology to those who are still in their diapers – you can’t get any younger than that. Some enterprising brainac tricked-out out a Fisher Price Activity Sensor, calling it the Twoddler for obvious reasons – your...

Lego Mouse Makes You Look Cool

12/07/2009, The Lego Mouse certainly doesn’t look like it’s comfortable to use, but if it’s Lego, who cares, right? The fact that you have a giant Lego brick tethered to your computer should make up for whatever discomfort you’ll feel, not to...

HP Mini 311 overclocked

12/07/2009, Owners of the HP Mini 311 can now eke out more performance from their machines by overclocking it, using the Asrock OC Tuner which is compatible with the NVIDIA chipset and Atom platform that currently see action in the HP Mini 311. With Asrock OC Tuner,...

PhotoFast microSD USB flash drive

12/05/2009, The PhotoFast microSD USB flash drive is different from the rest as it not only accepts a microSD memory card for your portable storage needs, it can carry up to a quartet of those! Relying on the JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Disks) protocol, all four microSD...

Ribbon Hero is a hoot

12/05/2009, istartedsomething’s Long Zheng managed to perform some digital forensics and stumbled upon a trademark application filed by Microsoft last November, where it describes Ribbon Hero as a “computer software for training users to use business...

Kensington Video Chat Light

12/05/2009, Many netbooks do come with a webcam these days, but then again those webcams aren’t exactly the best in the business where image quality is concerned. Just in case you need to make plenty of video calls under low light conditions, the Kensington...

PsiXpda brings sexy back

12/05/2009, Looking for something different in terms of a MID or an extremely basic netbook? The PsiXpda might just catch your eye, where it comes powered by an Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz processor coupled with 1GB RAM, a 16GB SSD, a 5″ touchscreen display at 800...

Intel Core i9 Appears On eBay

12/04/2009, Can’t wait to get your hands on the next-generation Intel Core i9 processor? Well, there’s always eBay, right? It seems that this processor was up for auction for a princely fee of $1200. All that money just to pick up this prototype 6-core...

Kuro Sheeva mini server

12/03/2009, The Kuro Sheeva is roughly the size of an AC adapter, measuring a mere 96.5mm x 110mm x 48.5mm, and can function as a server if you like. Running on a 1.2GHz ARM processor, it is equipped with 512MB RAM as well as an equivalent amount in terms of internal...