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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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USB Humping Bunnies

10/17/2008, So we’ve seen USB Humping Dogs in the past, and good thing the USB Humping Bunnies you see here do not only engage in a frenzied moment of mating, but are also equipped with 1GB of storage space for your convenience. Urban Outfitters is selling...

Amex Digital Does Slim Blu-ray Drive

10/16/2008, Amex Digital has decided to step in on behalf of MacBook and MacBook Pro owners by releasing a super slim external Blu-ray drive, although Steve Jobs himself has already expressed his aversion to the format. This Blu-ray drive is able to burn BD-RE/-R...

Minoru Stereo 3D Webcam is Anthropomorphic

10/16/2008, Creating 3D stereo images with two webcams is not a new concept. There are plenty of experiments and software available. What was missing is someone bold (or crazy) enough to come up with a design that encapsulate two cameras. Thanks to falling prices of...

PowerBook G4 Crammed Into Xbox 360

10/16/2008, Normally, we get newer technology crammed into older hardware, but this time round we have the opposite – an Xbox 360 containing the innards of an old school Apple PowerBook G4. If you happen to have an spare Xbox 360 shell lying around, why not...

HP bets on touch screens to spur demand?

10/16/2008, The wall street journal thinks that HP is counting on the current fascination around touch screens to spur demand for its upcoming laptops (we’re talking about finger-friendly computers here). Sure, HP has shown a real interest in the technology by...

MacBook Pro Unibody First Look

10/15/2008, ifixit has taken the spanking new MacBook Pro apart much to the chagrin of Apple lovers, and here’s but a snippet of their observations so far. Here are the two Nvidia chips! They occupy a significant amount of the logic board. There’s no way...

Corsair Power Is Power-Efficient And Quiet

10/15/2008, Corsair has just rolled out its latest range of quiet, and energy-efficient desktop computer power supplies known as Corsair Power without breaking the bank. This new series will kick off with the CX400W, a 400 watt model that comes with a wide range of...

Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Released

10/15/2008, Microsoft just rolled out a new embedded operating system known as Windows Embedded Standard 2009 (WES 2009) to x86-based devices to product manufacturers. What WES 2009 does is to merge both Windows XP codebase updates with new versions of Internet...

NVIDIA Launches the GeForce 9 Series Motherboard GPUs

10/15/2008, NVIDIA just announced a couple of motherboard GPUs (integrated graphics) named GeForce 9300 and GeForce 9400. Yes they are the ones that Apple use in their new laptops, and what’s good for Apple’s laptop is also good to build an...

Intel X25M Review

10/14/2008,   SSDs were all the hype last year, then the “bubble” popped when tests performed on the Macbook Air showed that the SSD drive did little more than add $1,500 to the computer’s final price. No performance increase, no battery life...

IBM Laptop Concept For Spies

10/14/2008, This IBM laptop concept that you see here is truly out of this world, and Nicolas Lehotzky sure has a wild imagination. You will find a security knob as well as hidden USB ports (how irritating) to help you in your espionage activities. The built-in paper...

NEC Unveils Pink Hello Kitty Notebook

10/14/2008, It would be a farce if NEC teamed up with Sanrio to release a notebook that did not come in pink, so good thing they stuck to tradition. Enlisting the help of French fashion designer Courrèges, NEC’s new female-only notebook that will hit the...