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Novatel Wireless Unveils New Devices

02/12/2009, Novatel Wireless engineers must’ve been pretty busy in the past few months with a trio of new products being developed – namely the Ovation MC995D USB modem, the Expedite E970D and E960D embedded mini card modules. All three of them will...

Intel Now Has SLI on its X58 Motherboards

02/11/2009, Usually, a powerful gaming machine contains the most powerful CPU and the best possible GPU setup. Until now, this combination was hard to get because multi-GPU via SLI was not available on the X58 chipset. Intel is now licensing NVIDIA’s multi-GPU...

Mini DisplayPort To HDMI Adapter On Its Way

02/11/2009, Folks who own Apple notebooks with Mini DisplayPorts and want to output video to their HDTVs as well as other HDMI devices will soon have some relief in the form of a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter that retails for $14.25 a pop from March 15th onwards,...


Revolving USB Hub

02/11/2009, Fancy picking up a USB hub, but have no idea on which one to choose from amidst the plethora of hubs in the market? Check out this Revolving Hub that comes with a quartet of ports, and good to know that it works just as named, as individual ports are able...

Gmail Lets Others Know Where You Were

02/11/2009, Google has introduced yet another experimental feature to its Gmail software, letting recipients of your e-mails find out where you sent them the email from. From yesterday onwards, Gmail users are able to append their e-mail signature with city and...

Southwest Airlines To Offer In-flight Wi-Fi Today

02/10/2009, Southwest Airlines will be the latest airline in the US to offer in-flight Wi-Fi for its flights from next Monday onwards, with three planes to be equipped next month. This service will be available to all but will be in beta for several months as they...

Genius G-Pen F350 Runs On Vista

02/10/2009, Genius isn’t exactly the most exciting name when it comes to computer peripherals, but they still do release a decent device from time to time. We shall take a look at the Genius G-Pen F350 today which comes in a 5″ x 3″ form factor,...

O2 To Roll Out Samsung Laptops

02/10/2009, If you’re living in the UK, mark February 27th on your calendar. UK carrier O2 will be releasing a trio of Samsung laptops as part of a joint venture with its Mobile Broadband and Home Broadband division. All three are known as the O2 Mini-Laptop,...

Asus Announces N81Vg Notebook

02/10/2009, Asus has yet another notebook out for the masses, and the new N81Vg will target the high end, performance-loving crowd. Why do we say so? Well, it features the following :- 14″ LED backlit display with 1080p support Intel Core 2 Duo processors...

Intel Westmere 32nm Integrates Graphics into the CPU

02/10/2009, Intel’s Westmere 32nm Processor is built on the Core i7 micro-architecture but uses a more advanced manufacturing process. For consumers, the highlight is that it will consume less and be faster (surprised?). 32nm also means that more processors can...

Samsung Introduces New DVD Burners

02/10/2009, Samsung has decided to find means and ways to get as much profit as possible after releasing dismal figures during the last quarter, and introducing new DVD burners won’t really help, but as long as it is profitable, we guess there is no need to...

Asus Could Increase Netbook Price

02/10/2009, Word on the street has it that Asus is currently mulling over the decision on whether they should raise prices on its current and upcoming notebook and netbook range, with a figure as high as 20% being bandied about. This isn’t exactly a nice piece...

Duplo USB 2.0 Hub

02/10/2009, Talk about taking something unused and turning it into a useful device – that’s the case with Etsy seller 123smile who is carrying Duplo drives that have been retrofitted with a 4-port USB 2.0 hub, featuring a trio of USB type A ports and a...

Everest E4000 Is A Tough Nut To Crack

02/10/2009, If you’re one who has to work in harsh environments and need a computer to go along with it, we’re pretty sure you’ve heard of Panasonic’s Toughbook range, but today we’ll take a look at the Everest E4000 from Glacier...