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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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Wireless data transfer record smashed

01/27/2010, Siemens now holds the world record of having the fastest wireless data transfer after breaking their previous efforts, hitting a whopping 500 Mbps using white LED light. Researchers at Siemens relied on 500 light intensity fluctuations per second that are...

Mouse USB flash drive

01/27/2010, We’ve seen a real mouse who has passed on to the realm of heavenly cheeses, only for its body to be used to hold the innards of an actual mouse, but this time round his millionth generation offspring has the ‘good fortune’ to be turned...

Sony Vaio M series notebook in the works

01/26/2010, At CES 2010, Sony’s press conference and booth showed off a whole lot of goodies (mmm…Taylor Swift!), but apparently they did not lay all their cards on the table as the unannounced Vaio M Series notebook is one device that wasn’t...


Belkin Home Base offers wireless USB sharing

01/26/2010, You can’t say that you have gone truly wireless unless you have the Belkin Home Base in your abode – it merges both wireless networking as well as USB connectivity in a single device, offering users a simple and easy method of sharing up to a...

Moneual MiNEW V220 All-in-One PC

01/26/2010, All-in-One PCs are starting to gain a strong following as modern home and office designs emphasize on better use of space, and these machines tend to offer a decent performance level while complementing your interior decor. Korea-based Moneual and their...

New update for 27-inch iMac in the works

01/25/2010, We know that Apple boffins have been working on a fix for the 27″ iMacs, but whispers on the Apple Discussions forums point towards a new update that will roll out pretty soon – hopefully this will be the final one that nails the flickering...

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e gets Gobi 2000 3G and GPS

01/25/2010, Some of us are looking out for the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e which ought to hit selected markets in Q1 this year, featuring new dual core AMD Athlon and Turion processors, but Lenovo ups the ante by introducing yet another variant which will feature Gobi 2000...

Aigo N500 MID runs on Maemo

01/25/2010, Aigo’s latest MID (Mobile Internet Device) is the N500 which will be powered by an ARM-based 806MHz Marvell PXA310+ processor that runs off the Maemo operating system. Strangely enough, N500 is very close to what you would call a Nokia device, and...

Pumpkin King Jack Skellington USB flash drive

01/25/2010, Pumpkin King Jack Skellington now has a removable head thanks to him coming in the form of a USB flash drive, where you can choose from 4GB, 8GB or 16GB capacities. Constructed out of impact-resistant plastic, the Jack Skellington drive is pretty much...

Samsung NC10 receives another mini PCI-E slot

01/25/2010, While the stock model of the Samsung NC10 comes with a sole mini PCI-E slot, why not literally take things into your own hands by introducing a second mini PCI-E slot into the venerable netbook? Since there is no actual socket, this DIY will require you...

HP to include music subscription service for European releases

01/25/2010, HP has just announced that they will be including a music subscription service on its computers that will see action in Europe. Similar to the Zune Pass business model, the computer-based version of MusicStation opens the door to unlimited access to its...

Planex MZK-WDPR All-in-One Wireless router

01/25/2010, What makes the Planex MZK-WDPR All-in-One Wireless router stand out from the rest of the other mish mash out there would be the inclusion of a 3.5″ LCD touchscreen display. No idea on why it resembles a rugby ball when it comes to aesthetics, but...

Great Wall Cross PC U510 all-on-one machine

01/25/2010, You can tell by its name alone, the Great Wall Cross PC U510, which country the device hails from. The full size keyboard itself envelopes an NVIDIA Ion chipset, 2GB RAM, a 250GB SATA hard drive and a 5″ TFT touchscreen display that has been...

Valore ION330 nettop announced

01/25/2010, Valore’s latest nettop, the ION330 is an easy one for those who subscribe to Sherlock Holmes’ deductive reasoning, as they can tell that this model will run on an Intel Atom 330 processor, coupled with NVIDIA’s ION chipset accompanied by...