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iCON 431 3G USB Modem

02/03/2009, 3G USB modems are getting more and more commonplace these days, so it would be nice to see better designs come out instead of boring old rectangular or oval shaped ones. Unfortunately for us, the iCON 431 USB modem doesn’t differ in this department,...

Microsoft Windows 7 SKU Lineup Nightmare

02/03/2009, It is us, or does it get worse and worse with each generation of Windows? Windows 3.1 was fine with Windows 3.11 for Workgroups as an option, while Windows 95 and 98 were pretty much happy flying solo. Come Windows XP, we have Home and Professional in...

Mouse Computer Netbook Has DVD Burner

02/03/2009, Most netbooks that we know off lack one essential feature found in notebooks – an optical drive. Mouse Computer decides to buck the trend with its Mouse Computer LB-F1500W netbook that includes an integrated optical drive, and despite this addition,...

Transcend 192GB 2.5-inch SSD

02/03/2009, Transcend has just released its new 192GB solid state drive (SSD) that comes in a 2.5″ form factor. What makes this different is the inclusion of a new powerful new controller that helps this latest offering from Transcend to outpace regular...

Amazon Game Downloads Beta Version Launched

02/03/2009, Amazon.com has just rolled out the beta version of their Game Downloads section this morning on an official basis, allowing gamers to sample from over 600 casual titles for less than $10 per digital download. Great, sounds as though more shovelware is...

Apple MID Patent

02/03/2009, Don’t you just love leaks of patent images? It shows us a glimpse of where the company is headed in the future, and the latest patent application leak from Apple shows off a “DISPLAY HOUSING FOR COMPUTING DEVICE” which looks pretty much...

Skype 4 Comes Out of Beta

02/03/2009, Skype 4.0 just came out of beta. We have used all the beta versions for months without any major problems. If you have not tried it yet, you will find a new user interface, which takes a lot more screen real estate. There are many improvements, but our...

Ecamm Bluetooth BT-1 Webcam For Macs

02/02/2009, Ecamm Network has launched its first Bluetooth webcam for Macs known as the BT-1. It measures a diminutive 2″ x 2.5″ x 5/8″ and is able to stream 640 x 480 H.264 video and 48kHz AAC stereo audio. The internal battery allows it to run for...

Google Ocean Goes Underwater

02/02/2009, We have Google Earth, and we guess it is a matter of time before Google Ocean is released. This mapping software will include large sections of the ocean floor as well as abyssal plains, allowing users to dive under a dynamic water surface while exploring...

Seagate Applies For 2TB Club Membership

02/02/2009, Seagate has joined Western Digital in the 2TB club by unveiling a couple of enterprise hard drives this quarter – the 2.5″ Constellation and 3.5″ Constellation ES that will ship with either a SATA or a Serial-Attached SCSI interface. The...

BenQ Goes High On All-in-One PCs

02/02/2009, BenQ has 2009 down pat with a new line of all-in-one PCs that will be out sometime early this year, and if we were to wait any longer, it might actually end up as the middle of the year already before you know it. Chances are high that BenQ’s...

Acer Aspire One Gets All Blinged Up

02/02/2009, The Acer Aspire One is a pretty decent netbook by all accounts, and sales figures have been encouraging to say the least. What happens when you think the vanilla version is not good enough for you, and you want to take matters into your own hands? That...

Atom-powered Allio LCD TV PC

02/02/2009, Silicon Mountain has yet another Allio LCD TV PC for the masses, and this time round it will be powered by the famous Intel Atom processor that made its mark after being included in virtually all netbooks for quite some time already. The TV offers both...

CSI USB Stick

02/02/2009, No, this USB stick is not meant to be used whenever a dead body is found in Las Vegas, New York or Miami. Instead, the acronym stands for “Cell Seizure Investigator” and is used to copy all delicious phonebook, call logs, pictures, SMS and...