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OQO upgrades Model E2

12/03/2007, The OQO Model E2 (also known as the OQO Model 02 in the US) has just received an upgrade in Europe, enabling the device to surf along 3.5G HSDPA speeds courtesy of an integrated modem. Word has it that the boosted OQO Model E2 will be slapped with a 250...

MSI PR200 Crystal Edition

12/03/2007, MSI will be releasing its PR200 Crystal Edition notebook that targets the female audience, where the 12″ ultra portable notebook sheds its black color for pearl white while boasting another 120 crystals to the ring around the MSI logo. In addition,...

WD releases 320GB Passport HDD

12/03/2007, Western Digital announces its new 320GB Passport Portable Drive, effectively raising the stakes where portable storage is concerned. Despite the capacity provided, the new Passport weighs less than 5 ounces and fits into your pocket or backpack without...

BMW networked iDrive car

12/03/2007, BMW is currently putting some of its cars through a test that involves an IP solution that uses standard Ethernet to connect car components to the central computer. This test could see costs lowered in the future thanks to the physical component cost as...

8GB Asus Eee PC coming your way

12/03/2007, Asus really hit the paydirt big time with their Eee PC that has drawn a whole lot of attention (and sales) thus far, and the company knows it shouldn’t reinvent the wheel, hence news of an 8GB Asus Eee PC. It will retail for $499, boasting 8GB of...

Aegis Vault portable hard drive

12/02/2007, The Aegis Vault is a new line of portable USB-powered hard drives that not only carry your data around in a convenient and small package, it does so with care thanks to hardware encryption as well as shock mounting in the event you experience a case of...

Sony PS3 used to crack passwords

11/30/2007, Security researcher Nick Breese has taken his PS3 and believes that the console’s powerful chip is very suitable to write password craking applications. Using, the PS3 Cell processor, Nick can crack a PDF, zip or Word password in a few hours...

NVousPC notebook looks rad

11/29/2007, This notebook from NVousPC known as the Britto PC looks absolutely out of this world, featuring illustrations of pop painter Romero Britto’s work known as “Mia’s Jungle” all over its surface. There is only one model available...

RetroCam USB webcam

11/29/2007, What looks like a standard old camera from the 1920s or 30s is actually a USB webcam that is capable of capturing video as well. Dubbed the RetroCam for obvious reasons, it hooks up to any computer or notebook via USB and mini cables (for audio recording...

University Notebook Challenge winner

11/29/2007, Intel has named the University Notebook Challenge winner – a Spanish team (Polytechnic of Madrid) whose computer is based on a pedal machine powered by human energy. The energy produced by cycling action is converted into electricity that powers the...

Logitec SATA-to-USB rack

11/29/2007, Logitec’s new SATA-to-USB converter comes in an interesting form factor, featuring a cartridge slot design that makes any external hard drive docked within look cool. The semi-transparent case folds up to cover the drive, and there is more than...

Mini-disc adapter from Apple

11/29/2007, Apple is currently developing a hardware solution that enables the shipping of software on mini-discs that could subsequently be used in slot-loading optical drives specially built for standard 12cm CDs and DVDs. Known as the “Compact Memory Disc...

OLPC XO laptop sued

11/28/2007, Who would’ve thought that even the OLPC XO laptop could be sued because of its multilingual keyboard? Lagao Analysis Corporation (LANCOR) has just filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the One Laptop Per Child project and its head Nicholas...

Dell simplifies enterprise search

11/28/2007, Dell will be selling the Google Search Appliance and the Google Mini that helps simplify enterprise search. The Google Search Appliance boasts a distinctive bezel and yellow chassis, targeting larger enterprises while the smaller blue Google Mini is meant...