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Apple iThink Concept

08/04/2008, iThink, therefore iAm? That gets old fast no thanks to Apple’s i-Everything naming convention. Designer Paul Micarelli have come up with a concept that will definitely take ages before current technology is able to catch up with it – the...

Larrabee could be a dream console processor

08/03/2008, Intel is continues with its PR “heartbeat”, revealing a few more details about its upcoming graphics processor codenamed Larrabee. First of all, we now know that Larrabee uses X86 cores based on the original Pentium design (because it was before Intel...

Gateway P-7811FX To Ship

08/03/2008, Folks who have marked the Gateway P-7811FX as their next laptop purchase will be pleased to know that this gaming machine will begin to ship from the 14th of this month onwards, retailing for $1,449. It will feature the following specifications :- Intel...

Husky, Shiba and Doberman Breeds Now Available

08/03/2008, For folks who dislike the floppy-eared USB Humping Dogs of yore, why not settle for newer breeds? We have the hardworking Husky, Shiba Ken and Doberman breeds now available for purchase to make the old office cubicle a little bit more obscene by injecting...

Simpson Motorcycle Helmet Mouse

08/03/2008, I’m not too sure what kind of grip you’d use with the miniature Simpson motorcycle helmet mouse, but if you’re a big fan of racing and want something different from what Logitech and Microsoft are offering for the electronic rodent...

Special Edition Toshiba Satellite

08/03/2008, Don’t you just love how consumer electronics manufacturers come up with all sorts of ways to entice you to part with your hard earned (but fast depreciating) dollar? Toshiba is the latest in line to be guilty of this, offering a new Special Edition...

Rumor: NVIDIA to abandon chipset business? The company denies.

08/01/2008, Digitimes suggests that NVIDIA is likely to abandon its chipset business, because there’s a lack of support from motherboard partners (Foxconn, Gigabyte and DFI are allegedly on the list), especially for the 790i chipset: As the story is told,...

Lian Li BZ-U02 I/O Port Bezel

07/31/2008, Lian Li is more famous for their range of PC chassis, but here we have the Lian Li BZ-U02 I/O port bezel that enables convenient access to essential ports without having to bend down and check out the back of your PC chassis. Features include one standard...

Sylvania G Netbook MESO

07/31/2008, Sylvania jumps into the netbook game with the G MESO that will be powered by Intel’s Atom 1.6GHz processor. In addition, this tiny device will come with the following specifications :- 8.9″ 1,024 x 600 resolution LCD display with LED backlight...

Asus GeForce 9500GT Unveiled

07/31/2008, Asus has rolled out the first overclocked model of the NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT graphics card in the world, going by the model name ASUS EN9500GT TOP/DI/512M. Tests from Asus have shown that users will be able to experience a performance boost in gaming of...

Apple will likely replace Intel chipsets with NVIDIA ones

07/30/2008, Sources from within Intel have allegedly reported that Apple is going to use a chipset from a different brand in upcoming Macbooks. The chipset is the chip that controls the motherboard and the inputs/outputs. Sometimes, there is also an integrated...

Overclocking record : 5.1Ghz for the Core 2 Quad Q6600

07/30/2008, The folks at BestofMedia, the parent company of TomsHardware have set a new overclocking world record by pushing a Core 2 Quad Q6600 (65nm) normally running at 2.4Ghz to 5.11218Ghz, which is a new record. They have been using liquid nitrogen cooling...

Steampunk Laptop Skin

07/29/2008, Gelaskins’ Steampunk Laptop Skin is worth considering if you happen to tote around a 15.4″ laptop and can’t wait to tear away from the dreary, commercial look. It might burn a $29.95 hole in your wallet, but at least you will be able to...