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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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Dell Offers 256GB SSD Option

01/18/2009, For those who want a more sizeable portion where SSDs are concerned in their Dells, they might want to check out what the Texas-based company has to offer. Dell is starting to offer a $400 premium for Samsung’s 256GB SSD as an option whenever you...

Stealth LPC-650 Series LittlePC

01/18/2009, Want something small for your desktop that won’t take up too much of a footprint? Stealth Computer might be able to help you out here with the LPC-650 Series LittlePC. It measures a mere 166mm x 157mm x 48mm and packs quite a punch with the...

Viliv X70 Communication MID

01/18/2009, Viliv seems to be pretty big on the MID market, letting loose the X70 productivity MID model on the masses with the following specifications :- Intel Atom Silverthorne Z520 1.33GHz processor 1GB RAM 8GB/16GB SSD 30GB/60GB hard drive 7″ 1,024 ×...

Myka Torrent Box Starts To Ship

01/18/2009, Fans of BitTorrent downloads, rejoice! Myka has just released word that they will begin to ship the long awaited BitTorrent downloading TV box sometime within 4 to 6 weeks’ time, all this after a half year delay or so. This is due to the fact that...

Scrabble Keyboard Offers Elegant Alternative

01/18/2009, You won’t be able to increase your word power with this DIY Scrabble Keyboard, but at the very least you’ll be able to draw attention to yourself. After all, how many other people you know on this earth are able to boast of owning one of...

Seagate 7200.11 Drive Failures – Official Answer from Seagate

01/16/2009, You may have heard about issues with the Seagate 7200.11 hard drives on many sites. We have been in touch with Seagate to gather more information before posting. Seagate has found a “potential issue” and here’s their official statement:...

MSI NetTop D130 Needs a New Look

01/15/2009, It might be powered by a more powerful Atom 330 Processor, but MSI’s NetTop D130 has one of the most unattractive design that we have seen from an established brand. It doesn’t mean that it’s a bad computer: it is quiet and can play DVD...

Elcomsoft Use Radeon Graphics Chips to Crack WIFI

01/15/2009, We told you that ElcomSoft, a Russian software company, was using NVIDIA GPUs to crack many types of passwords, including WIFI access codes. They have just added support for AMD GPUs as well. The idea behind these passwords is that it normally takes a...

Why Are People Talking About ‘Why Blu-Ray Will Succeed’?

01/14/2009, During CES, I got asked many times if I thought that Blu-Ray will succeed. And today, I’m receiving an email from “The Blu-Ray Press Office” in which they use an article from CNET to convince me that Blu-Ray will succeed (the alternative...

Floppy CD-R Disc

01/14/2009, We all know that floppies have gone the way of the dodo for quite some time already, and so have CD-Rs. What happens when someone is stuck with nostalgia for old stuff? Well, that results in the Floppy CD-R disc, of course. They look like a standard...

Klingon Keyboard The Way To Go

01/13/2009, Star Trek fans will definitely find this £43.99 Klingon keyboard to be a hoot to own, as the keycaps feature characters from the Klingon language. It can be attached to your computer via PS/2, although the choice of not including USB connectivity...

AMD Phenom PC Case Opens Up

01/13/2009, This is one of the coolest PC case mods we’ve come across this year (although we’re barely 2 weeks into 2009, but who’s counting?) – the AMD Phenom PC Case that opens up in virtually all directions, boasting a green lighting scheme...