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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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HP Ultra Slim PC

01/23/2008, HP has an ultra slim PC for folks who want to maximize their living space, and this tiny little desktop that could comes with the option of throwing in a 16GB SSD only if you are willing to top up another $328 in addition to the $729 asking price. The big...

Sony Sangria Red CR Notebook

01/23/2008, Valentine’s Day is looming once again, so it makes perfect sense for companies to try to make you part with your hard earned (and fast devaluing) dollar, and Sony is no different. This time, they’ve put up for sale a Sangria Red CR notebook...

ANEO GX-10 Webcam

01/23/2008, The ANEO GX-10 webcam comes with a twist – it has a trio of PC video interactive games to keep you occupied. The webcam is capable of placing you into the theme in real-time, translating your moves into the gaming environment. Sounds like something...

Toshiba Portégé M700 Tablet PC

01/22/2008, If you have the hots for a Tablet PC, then check out the Toshiba Portégé M700 that comes with integrated 3G/HSDPA support. It will be available this March, retailing for €1,850 in Europe before taxes. Check out the exhaustive list of...

USB Bluetooth V2.0+EDR Adapter

01/21/2008, Talk about small – Brando’s tiny USB Bluetooth V2.0+EDR Adapter fits just nicely into your notebook or PC’s USB port to provide Bluetooth functionality. Sounds like the perfect accessory for folks who want to transfer information...

Yes.digitrad.com: a free multimedia phone number

01/21/2008, Yes.digitrad.com offers a phone number that allows users to receive calls on their phones or computers via the virtual phone on their web page. They can also place international calls from their mobile phones for the price of a local call. This offer is...

Mvix MX-780HD Media Center

01/18/2008, The Mvix MX-780HD Media Center is the third generation of its kind, and this time it supports full high definition resolution thanks to HDMI output. Just as there are many roads that lead to Rome, the MX-780HD also comes with various methods for you to...

IR Transfer Speed Hits 1Gbps

01/17/2008, Bluetooth and WiFi are certainly much faster and more efficient when it comes to transferring data between devices compared to IR (infrared), but KDDI R&D Laboratories have turned the tables upside down with its new technique that enables IR transfer...

Is Doom Too Violent For The OLPC?

01/17/2008, Some feel that Doom is way too violent and that it should not be associated in any way to the OLPC, a low-cost computer that is supposed to improve child education in developing countries. Others think that “Doom can teach geometry and other skills...

Time Warner to Test Usage-Based Internet Billing

01/17/2008, Time Warner Cable will conduct a billing test in Beaumont (Texas) to see if it can reduce “network congestions” by making heavy users pay more than light users. Time Warner describes the situation like this: heavy users are 5% of the...

AirMail, Manilla Folder for the MacBook Air

01/17/2008, Wow that was quick… following the Keynote where Steve Jobs used a Manila folder to store the MacBook air, a website called manilamac.com is already commercializing a Manila folder-looking sleeve for the MacBook Air. It costs $29.95 and should ship...

Mineral Oil Extreme Computer Cooling

01/16/2008, You have heard of liquid cooling for computers or even game consoles. It usually consists of cooling a heat sink with water instead if fresh air – just like a car engine. This photo shows a PC totally immersed in mineral oil to let the oil absorb...

USB 2.0 Universal Drive Adapter

01/16/2008, Macworld 2008 saw the debut of the USB 2.0 Universal Drive Adapter from Newer Technology. This device relies on the common USB port that enables it to just about connect to any and every hard drive as well as optical drives to a computer without kicking...