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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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Google Android Running On Eee PC 701 Tutorial

01/28/2009, We all know that the Google Android operating system was specially developed to run on cell phones, but that doesn’t mean that we cannot tweak it to run on netbooks as well. There should be lots of Eee PC 701s lying around now in second hand shops...

Panasonic Upgrades Toughbook 19 Tablet PC

01/28/2009, Panasonic does not only make tough cameras, as their Toughbook line is more famous for their hardiness too. This time round, the Japanese electronics giant has upgraded its Toughbook 19 Tablet PC and Toughbook 30 notebook by throwing in the more powerful...

Perch Computer Concept

01/28/2009, Ever tried to teach older folks on how to use a computer? Chances are, the more impatient young ‘uns among you will end up with less hair than your “student” since you would’ve pulled all your hair out in frustration by the time...

Mini USB Construction Site

01/28/2009, Wiz of Japan has come up with something wacky this time around yet again – the Mini USB Construction Site. It clearly sends the signal to other colleagues of yours to leave your work space alone instead of rummaging through your belongings to look...

Sony VAIO G3 Released In Japan

01/28/2009, Sony Japan has just announced its VAIO G3 for the G Series, making available yet another ultra portable notebook for business professionals who are always on the go. The body weighs a mere 898 grams, but that does not mean it is a slouch where battery...

Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Uprising Gets Superstar Actors

01/28/2009, The Command & Conquer series first blew me away with the in-game cutscenes that featured actors to add that touch of reality, back in the days where 8MB of RAM running on Windows 95 was considered a luxurious computer. How far things have changed in...

Buffalo FTD-W71 USB External LCD Display

01/28/2009, Are external displays the next big thing for desktop computers or notebooks? Perhaps, if not Buffalo of Japan would not have released their FTD-W71 USB LCD display. The design itself isn’t anything to write home about, while the 800 x 480 resolution...

Motion Tracking Webcam

01/28/2009, What’s the point of a motion tracking webcam? Well, we can think of capturing folks with their pants down (literally and figuratively), but it would pretty much be useless when it comes to monitoring a burglary attempt as the theif in question would...

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Supposedly Better Than The MacBook Pro

01/27/2009, In terms of display, at least. Sounds surprising? We admit, it doesn’t quite stack up – one is a $300 netbook while the other costs a handsome amount that could get you at least a couple of old jalopies in a used car dealership. Bear in mind...

Western Digital 2-Terabyte Hard Drive

01/27/2009, The arms race is revived today by Western Digital which is shipping its awaited 3.5″ 2-terabyte hard drive. The WD Caviar Green 2TB retails for $299; 1.5TB and 1TB versions will also be available. I love the quote from Mark Geenen, president of...

Prism 200: See Through Walls

01/27/2009, This new ultra wide band radar system, developed by UK based company Cambridge Consultant, let the user see through walls. Only moving objects can be seen, but it can detect breathing movement or a beating heart. The software delivered with Prism 200...

Acer Aspire One 10-inch: First Images

01/24/2009, The Aspire One 10″ could prolong Acer’s success with Netbooks, thanks to its original 8.9″ Aspire One. The quality of the design and construction were largely responsible for selling the small computer. Not surprisingly, the 10″...

Microsoft Looks For Windows 7 Beta Testers

01/23/2009, Apply only if you own a netbook – after all, that’s the gist of it for individuals who received e-mails from Microsoft, inviting them to test a “specialized” version of Windows 7 that will run on less than stellar hardware....

BFG Phobos Gaming System To Arrive On Earth

01/23/2009, It has taken quite some time for BFG’s Phobos gaming system to make its way to earth considering it was named after one of Mars’ moons. This outlandish gaming rig will probably blow performance figures out of the water for most of us,...