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NVIDIA 8800M GTX SLI for Laptops

01/28/2008, NVIDIA’s high-end SLI isn’t just for desktops anymore: NVIDIA just announced that the GeForce 8800M GTX SLI would soon be available from a number of high-profile manufacturers like Dell (and Alienware). If you’re not familiar...

Mouse Helps You Relax

01/28/2008, Strange that the humble mouse – often a peripheral that reminds you there is still a ton of work to be done, can be used to help reduce stress? Optimal Office has done exactly that with a mouse which features a biosensor that tracks just how...

Virgin Customers Get Speed Boost

01/28/2008, Looks like it is a great time to be a customer of Virgin, where ‘L’ subscribers are set to receive a speed boost from 4Mbit to a whopping 10Mbps. And how much do these subscribers have to fork out? Not a single penny, which translates to free....

Face Recognition Algorithm Perfected

01/28/2008, Criminals worldwide, beware! Psychology researchers at Glasgow University claim to have perfected an automated face recognition algorithm to 100%, which translates to sheer perfection. We modelled human familiarity by using image averaging to derive...

Symantec Family Safety to Protect Children from Internet Risks

01/28/2008, [DEMO 08] Symantec tries to help parents keep an eye on their kid’s internet activities without having to become computer security experts. Family Safety works on what parents (and kids) are familiar with: rules. For example, it has usage policies,...

PCMobilzr: Control Your PC from Your Mobile Phone

01/28/2008, [DEMO 08] Rove Mobile Inc. unveils its new mobile application that enables users to have a remote access to every file and application on their computer. They can display their PC computer’s desktop and control the keyboard and mouse from their...

Support.com Launches New Online PC HealthCheck

01/28/2008, [DEMO 08] Support.com, today announced the addition of PC HealthCheck to its list of services. PC HealthCheck is able to scan remotely a consumer’s PC over the Internet and check the performance, security and overall system. Then the support.com...

Thin Sony Blu-Ray Drives for Laptops, Including MacBooks?

01/25/2008, Sony has a smaller Blu-Ray optical module that can be used to produce thinner drives for laptops, including slot-loading drives, which raises the possibility of a Blu-Ray MacBook, especially given Steve Job’s comments about Blu-Ray during the recent...

Video of MacBook Air Battery Replacement

01/24/2008, Looks like we now have video proof of the ease of replacing the Macbook Air’s battery, thanks to the inquisitive team at Gizmodo. All you need is a type #0 Philips screwdriver and a gentle tug on the internal battery cable. The process consists of...

HP Compaq dc5800 Business PC

01/23/2008, HP announced its dc5800 Business PC that goes about its job in a quiet and, er, business-like manner without much fanfare. Not only does it help get your work done in the quickest time possible, the dc5800 is also environmentally friendly (at least much...

Blu-Ray Captures 92.53% Market Share in the Second Week of January

01/23/2008, The graph shows Blu-Ray and HD-DVD hardware sales for the first two weeks of January. Looking the recent data (on the right), you pretty much get how bad this is getting for HD-DVD, if you still care. Many consumers would wait prices and combo-drives are...

First Review – HP B8850 Printer

01/23/2008, PhotographyBlog has the full review of the new HP B8850 is a brand new photo printer that promises to deliver excellent photo quality at a very competitive price point. Retaining most of the important features from the more expensive and popular B9180...

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...