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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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Rhapsody Sells Music Online Now

06/30/2008, Rhapsody decided that resistance is futile and decided to jump onto the online music store bandwagon, offering prospective buyers the choice of previewing full tracks (25 track limit per month) before deciding whether they’d like to part with their...

RazorBook 400 Announced

06/29/2008, 3K Computers have just announced its second generation of RazorBook 400 mini-notebook, and this time round it won’t weigh more than 2 lbs and will retail for the same, low $299 price point. Definitely an attractive purchase for whoever wants to head...

Darth Vader USB Hub

06/29/2008, Good old Darth Vader never fails to impose himself, and this time the Sith Lord comes in the form of a USB hub. Of course, his chest controls are no longer fancy LED lights that blink randomly, but instead reveal themselves to be a quartet of USB 2.0...

Boom Arm Starbase Workstation

06/26/2008, The Boom Arm Starbase Workstation is perfect for those who want nothing more than to stay at home all day long and work, preferably in their bed. It offers just the right angle for you to type on, and I guess this would be great for bedridden folks in...

Hands-on with the Dell Studio 1535 and 1735

06/26/2008, Photo galleries: Dell Studio 1537, Dell Studio 1735 We’ve had access to the new Dell Studio 1535 and 1735. If you missed them, the pair are 17” and 15” laptops with an updated design featuring features reserved to high-end laptops only...

Dell Dock gives Mac OS Touch

06/26/2008, The recently introduced Dell Inspiron Studio laptops will have an accessory that brings a little bit of the Mac OS to the world of Windows-based computers. Known as the Dell Dock, this launcher helps organize the Vista desktop in a rather charming manner,...

HP Pavilion dv5z Notebook Released

06/26/2008, HP has just released the HP Pavilion dv5z entertainment notebook that is powered by AMD’s Puma mobile platform. This 15.4″ notebook will feature :- Up to 4GB RAM ATI Radeon HD 3200 integrated/ATI Radeon HD 3450 256MB GPU Up to 320GB HDD DVD...

Dell Inspiron Studio is Official

06/26/2008, Dell has just made official its Inspiron Studio line, bridging the worlds of the XPS and Inspiron together in a mid-range product that is easy on the eyes and wallet. You will be surprised to note that higher end offerings are pretty well equipped,...

Sony TP1 Updated

06/25/2008, Sony’s TP1 media center PC solution has received an update in the form of the VGX-TP1DQ/B and VGX-TP1D. Some of the more notable improvements include a couple of Ground Digital TV tuners and a Giga Pocket Digital Software that improves on video...

HP Mini Note Gets a Performance Boost from an OS Update

06/25/2008, Thanks to a string of updates, the HP Mini-Note gets a boost that is sufficient to make windowed video close to perfect and full-screen video bad, but not as bad. Yes, with the earlier software, video was sometimes choppy, even in windowed mode. Before...

ATI Radeon HD 4870 – Small, Cheap and Fast

06/25/2008, ATI/AMD have launched their new Radeon HD 4870 card. The chip is smaller than NVIDIA’s GTX 280, but just to give you an idea, it is still larger than an Intel Penryn… “Cheap and fast” can also be called “efficient”. At...

Ultraman Does USB Now

06/25/2008, I remember fondly from my childhood days when I had great times watching Ultraman kick ass against a monster rampaging across Tokyo. Of course, he’ll always wait until the last minute to use his super ray, but that’s enough to send a kid like...

Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro for Mac

06/24/2008, Logitech announced this Mac-compatible Quickcam Vision Pro webcam that, unlike its PC counterpart does not need a control panel to tweak camera settings. Logitech did this by integrating the control panel functions directly into the webcam, thus making...

B-membrane Computer Concept

06/23/2008, The B-membrane computer concept design by Korean Won-Seok Lee is something worth taking a second look at – it might resemble some fancy pants subwoofer from JBL, but actually holds the innards of a computer within. Bulky monitors are a thing of the...