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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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microSD To USB Adapter

05/21/2009, As many formats there are in the market, so are the number of adapters. The latest among many would be the microSD-to-USB adapter which makes it a snap to transfer files to and fro between a USB flash drive and a cell phone, doing away with the need for...

Glympse: A Better Way To Share Your Where

05/20/2009, [Where 2.0] Glympse has launched at Where 2.0. and it uses two simple but powerful concept to share your location in a useful and practical way: It shares your location only for a limited amount of time The recipient does not need a smartphone or create...

Steampunk 4GB USB Flash Drive

05/20/2009, This steampunk mod might look ok at first glance, but upon closer inspection, we ain’t too impressed since it comes with tacked on gears and bits of metal. Well, at least you have 4GB of storage space to play around with, where it has been bedecked...

Nottable Flexible Stand

05/20/2009, If your notebook is basically your life and you carry it with you wherever you go, then the Nottable flexible stand by designer Nelson Motta looks like just the thing to bring home. It comes with a special robotic arm endowed with three joints, allowing...

Asus Eee PC 1005HA Seashell

05/20/2009, Asus is in their element, staying true to form with the release of yet another Seashell Eee PC – the 1005HA model. It will come with user-replaceable batteries alongside the option of choosing between the Intel Atom N270 or N280 processors. As for...

Honda Safety Navi Educational Software

05/20/2009, We know that Japan is one of the safer countries to live in due to its phenomenally low crime rates, and hence we’ll make the assumption that road accidents are also rarer in that part of the world due to diligence and alertness of the local...

Pogoplug Offers 64-bit OS Support

05/20/2009, The $99.99 Pogoplug is back with a vengeance, where this NAS device will enable the normal computer user to hook up their external storage drive to it, enabling file access from virtually any Internet-connected computer or device such as iPhones and the...

OCZ Summit Series 2.5-inch Solid State Drives

05/20/2009, OCZ has released its Summit Series 2.5″ Solid State Drives (SSDs) which was developed to cater to the needs of business professionals, enthusiasts and entry-level enterprise applications. For those who have been hankering after the next evolution of...

Dell Latitude 2100 Ready For Order

05/20/2009, The Dell Latitude 2100 was just announced yesterday, and in true American efficiency, the student-centric netbook is already available for order. The base unit that will be powered by Ubuntu 8.10 Linux is going for $368, while those who prefer to rock to...

eMachines EL1300 Series Desktop PC

05/20/2009, eMachines has come up with a refresh of its small form factor desktop PC known as the EL1300 Series, complete with a matching monitor design. Don’t let the small size fool you as this diminutive computer packs in a decent punch to get most of your...

Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 5000 And 6000

05/19/2009, Microsoft isn’t just going to sit down there with their arms folded and let other rivals swarm all over it in terms of hardware, and thus the debut of the Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 and Wireless Mouse 5000. The former will boast Microsoft’s...

Microsoft LifeCam VX-2000

05/19/2009, Microsoft has done it again by releasing yet another webcam model – the LifeCam VX-2000 which is easy on your pockets by falling under the budget category. This easy-to-use webcam is equipped with a built-in microphone and VGA video, requiring mere...

Gmail Automatic message translation

05/19/2009, The GMail labs folks have cooked up a new automatic translation feature: if you receive an email that’s not in your language, Google will propose an automated translation. We’re all aware that computer translations aren’t accurate, but...

Casing Macron Technology Releases Netbooks

05/19/2009, Casing Macron Technology, a company from Taiwan that makes PC cases, has jumped aboard the netbook fad as well by expanding its 7″ netbook models with 10.2″ versions which will begin to ship to a number of regional telecom service providers in...