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Eye-Fi Wi-Fi SD Card Features Video Uploading Now

03/03/2009, Everyone’s favorite SD card with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity (the Eye-Fi, of course) has just received an upgrade where the card is able to upload video to several sites such as YouTube and Flickr, in addition to standard photo uploading that it...

Puget Systems Go Nuts With $16K PC

03/03/2009, Puget Systems decided that the recession will kick in only when they say so, otherwise how else would they put together a $16,000 computer system while expecting the man on Main Street to purchase one? Powered by a quartet of Opteron processors, this...

Pretec Unveils 128GB ExpressCard SSD

03/03/2009, Pretec lays claim to the largest capacity ExpressCard SSD in the world today with its 128GB monster at CeBIT in Germany. Also available will be the 64GB version just in case you think you won’t need that kind of space, and both models will sport...


M1-Pro Targets Mac Owners

03/03/2009, If you’re a proud owner of a Macbook, Macbook Pro and Macbook Air (or basically any other notebook owner, but the M1-Pro does look so much cooler with an Apple product), then the M1-Pro notebook cooler is just the thing for you (and your notebook)....

Art Lebedev Has Wicked USB Hub Design

03/03/2009, Trust the folks from Art Lebedev to come up with a really cool USB hub design, after all, they’re the ones with the super neat Optimus OLED keyboard that wowed the world in the past (partly due to its price tag as well). Shaped like some sort of...

LaCie CurrenKey USB Flash Drive

03/02/2009, LaCie brings new meaning to the word USB key with their CurrenKey USB flash drive range. These tiny miniature microSD memory card readers boast a read speed of 20MB/s and a write speed of 10MB/s, supporting microSD cards of both the standard and High...

Intel Moves its Atom Design to Another Foundry

03/02/2009, Intel and TSMC have entered into an agreement in which they will adapt the Atom design to TSMC’s manufacturing process. TSMC is a contract foundry that makes chips for fabless* semi-conductor companies like Broadcom or NVIDIA. Intel on the contrary,...

NVIDIA GeForce G102M, an 4-15 Watt GPU

03/02/2009, GPUS are often associated with ideas like “power hog”, but NVIDIA knows that the future does not reside in 300 Watts GPUs, but in something more efficient, even if the occasional high-end GPU will indeed be a power hog. At Cebit, NVIDIA just...

Asus Eee PC 1004HE Gets New Colors

03/02/2009, Asus does not only want to remain in front technologically of its netbook rivals, but aims to include fashion into the equation as well. Word has it that the Asus Eee PC 1000HE will not only come in black and white, but will be available in pink, blue,...

Stolen Laptop Shouts For Help

03/02/2009, Who would’ve thought that technology would have progressed far enough for a stolen laptop to shout for help once it is booted up? Front Door Software Corp.’s Retriever program aims to combat laptop theft, where the incorrect entry of a...

Alpha Network BT Box Unveiled

03/02/2009, Alpha Network from Taiwan has rolled out its latest network media player, the BT (BitTorrent) Box that will be paraded at CeBIT from tomorrow onwards. The BT Box will feature an integrated hard drive while functioning as a plug-and-play network device...

Microsoft To Introduce Changes In Windows 7 After Feedback

03/02/2009, Microsoft claims to have paid close attention to tester feedback for its Windows 7 Beta and will make ready a bunch of changes for users in the release candidate. Hopefully the final product will be according to what beta users want instead of Microsoft...

Slim Gigabyte GK-K7100 Keyboard

03/02/2009, So you’ve just moved into your spanking new apartment and want to fill it up with the Zen look? Fret not, the Gigabyte GK-K7100 keyboard ought to do the trick just right thanks to its slim design which will definitely fit in with the minimalist...

Gigabyte GK-K6800 Keyboard

03/02/2009, Gigabyte has yet another device ready to be unveiled at the upcoming CeBIT event, and this time round it is the GK-K6800 keyboard. Meant to merge both luxury and fashion forward design in a single device, the GK-K6800 comes with a glossy coating that will...