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PC Guardian Physically Locks USB Ports

02/07/2008, It is known that USB keys can be used to steal data or install malware/spyware software on your computer. If you believe that you’re at risk, you could think that this USB port lock is what you need. After all, it’s easy to install and is a...

Sneak Peek of Dell XPS 730 H2C

02/06/2008, Here’s a sneak peak of Dell’s latest computer, the XPS 730 H2C which has been targeted to be the successor to the XPS 720. While it might not look too easy on the eyes, the innards are what matters when it comes down to framerates. The XPS 730...

Opera Mobile 9.5

02/05/2008, 3GSM will see Opera’s latest browser, the Opera Mobile 9.5 make an appearance there. This souped up version will take advantage of Opera’s Presto rendering engine that is capable of hitting page load speeds similar to that of a desktop...

Joiku Brings Hotspot Capability To S60 Platform

02/05/2008, Joiku from Finland has made available hotspot capabilities on the S60 platform – something Windows Mobile users have had for some time now. Known as JoikuSpot Light, this application will turn your S60-powered handset into a portable HSDPA-backed...

New Chip Runs On Body Heat

02/05/2008, So, you’re toting around that souped up laptop that is more capable than a desktop when it comes to playing the latest games? Unfortunately, you had better find a spot nearby to a power outlet if you’re going to extract more than an...

Zilok.com: Try the MacBook Air for $29 a day

02/05/2008, Zilok.com the online rental marketplace launched in October in Europe and in November in the US lets you try the MacBook Air before you buy. Given the experience that we had with Leopard not working for a while, I am suspicious about the reliability of...

USB Portable DVD Multi Drive

02/05/2008, As notebooks get smaller and smaller these days, manufacturers tend to omit the optical disc drive, leaving users with no choice but to pick up an external optical drive instead. Brando has just made available its USB Portable DVD Multi Drive that will...

Fully Interactive USB Boxer

02/04/2008, If you’re too poor to pick up a Wii (or can’t find one at the moment), then the fully interactive USB Boxer might just have to do while you wait for your Wii Boxing fix. This unique USB peripheral adds a physical dimension to the on-screen...

Xbox 360 Elite Laptop

02/04/2008, Forget about your average laptop – this one from Ben Heck will definitely blow your mind away, especially if you’re an avid gamer. Ben Heck has managed to squeeze in the entire innards of an Xbox Elite 360 into the chassis of a laptop,...

Hanging Printer Concept

02/03/2008, Remember those swimming pools that seem to flow right over the edge? Well, the Hanging Printer Concept takes the same route, where most of its components are located right below the desk while the only parts sitting on the desk are the paper feed and...

Fujitsu P1620 is Smaller and Cheaper than the MacBook Air

02/01/2008, Users who are searching an ultra-mobile laptop will want to look at the Fujitsu P1620. Following the steps of the P1610, some people would compare this laptop to the MacBook Air. Here are the highlights: MacBook Air Fujitsu P1620 CPU 1.6Ghz 1.2Ghz Display...

Shocker: PCs to Use Same CPU than MacBook Air

01/31/2008, Today, I’ve seen plenty of articles ranging from “Fujitsu, Lenovo to use MacBook Air CPU?” to “PC vendors to use the MacBook Air’s tiny Intel chip”. So what would make people think that Intel build a chip “just...

MacBook In Its Element

01/31/2008, DVICE has a taken the MacBook Air as a base model for its parody – bringing the MacBook Earth, Water and Fire to the fore. The MacBook Earth will be the greenest laptop ever (Greenpeace activists to love Apple? Nah…), as it is powered by wind...

iPatch For MacBook And MacBook Pro

01/30/2008, Looks like the $4.99 iPatch is now available for both the MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks, working in the same way as the one meant for the iMac. Basically, this is a piece of plastic that slides over your iSight whenever your private life in front of...