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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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DIY Wooden USB Flash Drive

10/29/2008, Crunchgear has a tutorial on how to create your own Wooden USB flash drive that will surely be one-of-a-kind once you’re done with it. The build time is approximately 5 to 7 days, so don’t start to think that you can make a fortune out of this...

Acer Aspire One Hacked To Include 3G Modem

10/29/2008, Did we just catch you casting a jealous glance at the Asus Eee PC 1000H GO? Well, you can also come up with your very own DIY solution thanks to Tnkgrl Mobile who has posted instructions on tricking out your Acer Aspire One with a 3G HSDPA modem. This...

Pure*Gold PC Announced

10/29/2008, Most people flee to gold when the world markets are in an uproar, but lately this safe haven isn’t really that stable either with prices down from their year’s highs after the hike in oil prices has come down to normal levels again. This does...

G.Skill 128GB SSD Introduced

10/29/2008, G.Skill (weird name that) of Taiwan has a couple of solid state drives for the masses, and just like many other products from the Far East, they aim to offer the best bang for your buck, although sometimes there are quality control issues to contend with...

The Lenovo Ideapad S10e gets an ‘instant-on’ OS

10/28/2008, The Lenovo S10, which is quite an interesting machine is going to have one more feature that might come in handy: super-fast boot time. Lenovo has decided to install Splashtop, the mini-linux pre-boot OS that ASUS has been using on a number of their...

HP Mini 1000 hands-on photos, full specifications

10/28/2008, HP teased us by putting partial information last week, but we had our hands on a couple of HP Mini 1000. We did not play with them long enough to write a review, but here are our first impression on their physical design. They are thin (less than...

MvixBOX Media Server

10/28/2008, Mvix USA has just released a new Network Attached Storage (NAS) known as the MvixBOX. This model will feature the following for all your digital living room entertainment needs :- Two drive bays Windows file sharing support RSS client BitTorrent client...

Dell Releases New Desktop Range

10/28/2008, Dell has not forgotten about the workhorse desktop market by releasing a new range of OptiPlex machines, with the OptiPlex 960 kicking things off with a front grill that helps keep everything running cool inside. Within you will find the latest Intel...

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 Announced

10/26/2008, Dell has a brand new netbook for the masses in the form of the Mini 12 – a slightly larger sibling compared to the Mini 9. It is available in Japan only at this point in time, although a global launch is set to follow later this November with prices...

New Mac Mini Concept

10/26/2008, Despite rumors circling concerning the Mac mini’s demise, there will always be a bunch of Mac mini lovers who will protect and defend their tiny computer to the death. Designer Mac Funamizu is another one of them, coming up with a new Mac mini...

Imovio Releases Super Small Netbook

10/24/2008, Somebody had better do something before hardware manufacturers get obsessed by picking up “smallest” accolades without retaining functionality. Just when you thought that netbooks were the smallest common denominator, along comes Imovio and...

Dell Vostro A90 Netbook

10/24/2008, Dell is preparing to ship its new netbook known as the Vostro A90 in Japan, and it is basically an Inspiron Mini 9 netbook with nine new colors to choose from. Otherwise, you will find the following similar specifications on the Mini 9 as well :- Intel...

Aigo P8860 MID Gets Working XP Drivers

10/23/2008, Those who want to run Windows XP on the Aigo P8860 MID can now breathe slightly easier as working XP drivers are now available, although the screen resolution isn’t up to snuff, with Wi-Fi connectivity not working as well as expected. Other than...