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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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NVIDIA Builds a $99 Mobile Internet Device Platform

02/16/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Mobile internet devices (or MIDs) have not had the success that Netbooks have enjoyed. It might be because they are in an awkward category: too small to be a laptop and too big to be a PDA/Smartphone. NVIDIA thinks that it can help...

LG and Intel Working on Upcoming Mobile Internet Devices

02/15/2009, [Mobile World Congress] The new Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) will be based on Intel’s next-generation MID hardware platform, codenamed “Moorestown,” and will run on Moblin 2.0, a variant of Linux. LG believes that MIDs are good for LG:...

MiFy 2352 brings GSM to the MiFy Family

02/15/2009, [Mobile World Congress] After seeing a CDMA version at CES2009, we’ve finally had our hands on the MiFy 2352, the GSM version of the portable WiFi hotspot. If you don’t know, MiFy turns a cellphone-type data connection into a local WiFi...

Lenovo IdeaPad Y650 Up For Sale

02/13/2009, Lenovo has just released their first 16″ notebook to the masses, and it will come with some rather impressive specifications that won’t disappoint the road warrior who wants to chill out from time to time with the latest computer games. Some...

Vaio P Tweaked And Accepts HSDPA SIM Cards

02/13/2009, Sony is notorious for being extremely tight fisted when it comes to proprietary formats (think ATRAC and Memory Sticks), and this attitude has somewhat spilled over to the recently released Vaio P netbook that does not accept other HSDPA SIM cards. Well,...

Huawei i-Mo Wireless Modem

02/13/2009, Huawei’s latest wireless modem, the i-Mo, will make an appearance at next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. We sure hope whoever carries this with them are not prone to losing things as it is roughly the same size as a small...

Compwnent USB Nintendo Controller Mouse

02/13/2009, Who would’ve thought that there were still some miles left in the legs of the humble NES controller? Apparently some smart aleck with a fair amount of spare time decided to cobble an ancient NES controller into the Compwnent USB Nintendo Controller...

Princeton PTFBGF-22RW LCD Monitor

02/13/2009, Princeton of Japan has released another LCD monitor for the masses – a 21.5″ model in the form of the PTFBGF-22RW. This is one of the smallest displays that are capable of a native 1080p resolution, although at that size, it doesn’t...

Asus To Reduce Eee PC Headcount

02/12/2009, At long last, some of the folks at Asus have had some common sense knocked into their heads – they will apparently reduce the number of Eee PC models from this year onwards. This is one rumor that has been confirmed by Asus CEO Jerry Shen, and it...

gScreen TITAN M-1 Dual-Screen Laptop

02/12/2009, Here’s a dual-screen laptop that is much tougher than it looks – the gScreen TITAN M-1. It will be out this February 25th, although there is no word on pricing yet for this 15″ ruggedized dual-screen laptop. How did such a device come...

Thermaltake Vi-ON External Hard Drive Enclosure

02/12/2009, The Thermaltake Vi-ON external hard drive enclosure is the first in the world that features an embedded hard drive suspension system and Active Smart Cooling System. These fancy names are not just there to increase the recommended retail price while...

FastMac USB Blu-ray Drive Is Official

02/12/2009, At long last, the FastMac USB external slimline Blu-ray reader is now official and will come in a trio of models – the APP-6907, APP-6963 and APP-6964. The first of the three will retail for a mere $99, featuring DVD± capability as well,...

Thermaltake ProWater880i Moves 500 Liters Of Water Per Hour

02/12/2009, Have you set up an extreme gaming rig in your home that regular fans can’t keep it cool? Fret not, as the Thermaltake ProWater880i liquid cooling system is able to move a whopping 500 liters of water per hour to keep your CPU cool. The design forces...

Medion Netbook To Hit Korea Next Month

02/12/2009, Medion has a new 10.1″ netbook that will arrive in the South Korean market sometime next month via Dugotech, and you will definitely find all the standard netbook fare to go along with this including a 16:9 aspect ratio display, 1GB RAM, a...