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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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Apple Web Browser Share Goes Up

02/02/2009, Apple has done pretty well for itself in recent times, having turned the iPod into something nearly all music lovers have, while its computing line have redefined what a beautiful computer looks like inside out whereas the iPhone – well, there is...

BART Passengers To Get Wi-Fi Connectivity

02/01/2009, Folks who commute via BART will soon have the benefit of Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing one to read/send emails and hold video conferences without worrying about spotty connections while relying on an EV-DO USB modem as well as the many blind spots as one...

Samsung Opens Door To 32GB RAM Stick

01/30/2009, Don’t you just love progress? We’re extremely thrilled to hear that Samsung has managed to find a way to cram in 32GB of DDR3 RAM into a single stick – a far cry from what we have today. Obviously when such a piece of semiconductor wafer...


Windows 7 On Acer Aspire One

01/29/2009, Have a first generation Acer Aspire One netbook (the ones that measure 8.9″)? Well, if you’ve gotten sick and tired of it and are looking out for a new netbook, why not turn this device into an experimental one? After all, the 8GB of storage...

SanDisk And Toshiba Go To Bed Together

01/29/2009, SanDisk and Toshiba will be joining hands by tweaking the terms of their joint venture. Both companies aren’t exactly humming a happy tune at this point in time with a weak flash memory market, and Toshiba has posted its first loss in seven years....

Nasdaq Q3 Trading Terminal

01/29/2009, With Wall Street in shambles and recovering slightly over the past week, it makes sense for companies there to trim as much cost as possible in order to remain profitable (some will say afloat). Why not let their traders work from home? That does not have...

Century External USB LED Monitor

01/29/2009, Century does not want to lag behind Buffalo when it comes to external USB monitors and hence has released its 8″ monitor. It will not go head-to-head against Buffalo’s offering for many reasons, and first among them is the size – the...

Google Android Running On Eee PC 701 Tutorial

01/28/2009, We all know that the Google Android operating system was specially developed to run on cell phones, but that doesn’t mean that we cannot tweak it to run on netbooks as well. There should be lots of Eee PC 701s lying around now in second hand shops...

Panasonic Upgrades Toughbook 19 Tablet PC

01/28/2009, Panasonic does not only make tough cameras, as their Toughbook line is more famous for their hardiness too. This time round, the Japanese electronics giant has upgraded its Toughbook 19 Tablet PC and Toughbook 30 notebook by throwing in the more powerful...

Perch Computer Concept

01/28/2009, Ever tried to teach older folks on how to use a computer? Chances are, the more impatient young ‘uns among you will end up with less hair than your “student” since you would’ve pulled all your hair out in frustration by the time...

Mini USB Construction Site

01/28/2009, Wiz of Japan has come up with something wacky this time around yet again – the Mini USB Construction Site. It clearly sends the signal to other colleagues of yours to leave your work space alone instead of rummaging through your belongings to look...

Sony VAIO G3 Released In Japan

01/28/2009, Sony Japan has just announced its VAIO G3 for the G Series, making available yet another ultra portable notebook for business professionals who are always on the go. The body weighs a mere 898 grams, but that does not mean it is a slouch where battery...

Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Uprising Gets Superstar Actors

01/28/2009, The Command & Conquer series first blew me away with the in-game cutscenes that featured actors to add that touch of reality, back in the days where 8MB of RAM running on Windows 95 was considered a luxurious computer. How far things have changed in...