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Vodaphone 3G USB Modem 7.2

11/08/2007, Vodaphone is selling this 3G modem running at 7.2Mbps (theoretical peak speed) that connects to a laptop via USB. It has a nice design and works on Mac and PC. The USB Modem 7.2 is available in the UK with a service contract of 25UKP/mo and there is also...

Aurora KB002U keyboard

11/08/2007, Now here’s another stylish keyboard for those who are sick and tired of the boring white or black variants – the Aurora KB002U keyboard. This black keyboard boasts a hairline brushed aluminum design with diamond-cut edges that will add a...

Microsoft Messenger on Mac to continue

11/07/2007, Microsoft has no intention on calling it quits for its Messenger instant messaging program for the Mac, claiming that Messenger for the Mac 6.0 will come with Microsoft Office 2008 on Apple’s platform. In addition, we have word that Mac BU’s...

Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000 Review

11/07/2007, As we said before, it’s been a while since we got excited by a webcam, but a demo of the Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000 has caught our attention. Equipped with a Carl Zeiss optic (which also sells optics to Sony and Nokia, among others), this webcam has...

XO laptop mass production kicks off

11/06/2007, The OLPC XO laptop has begun to be mass produced at Quanta Computer’s manufacturing facility in Changshu, China. Anticipation is high for this laptop, and Quanta Computer has even doubled its manufacturing capacity recently in order to prepare for...

Linksys has new Media Center Extenders

11/06/2007, Linksys have joined forces with Microsoft to bring a third generation of Media Center Extenders to the masses – the DMA 2100 and DMA 2200. Both boast Ethernet and Dual-Band Wireless-N for hassle-free media streaming from a Home Theatre PC (in both...

Sony Ericsson MD300 3G Modem

11/06/2007, The MD300 is a broadband modem that works on 3G GSM networks (like Cingular’s). With it, users can connect to the internet from wherever coverage is available. Because 3G coverage could be spotty outside of major cities, it works with EDGE as well....

Apple Tablet rumor circulates

11/06/2007, Looks like there is word about an Apple tablet yet again, with sources claiming that Asus will be the honored party that is helping Apple achieve its tablet PC dream. After all, Asus is currently an Apple contract manufacturer, churning out iBooks,...

Verbatim Color-background LightScribe

11/06/2007, Verbatim has just released the first Color-background LightScribe 16x DVD-R and DVD+R media in the world, coming in red, orange, yellow, blue and green colors. Of course, you can always settle for the original gold color if those new ones don’t suit...

Gigabyte USB gauge tells tales

11/05/2007, Gigabyte has released a new USB gauge that was specially designed to work in tandem with its line of Gigabyte Odin GT power supplies. This USB-powered gauge features an analog face with a needle, displaying up to three different and crucial aspects of...

Arastra 7100 Datacenter switches

11/05/2007, Arastra has just announced its 7100 Series of Datacenter Ethernet switches that boasts the highest density 10 Gigabit Ethernet switching solution in the industry. Not only that, it holds the distinction of being the first with an extensible modular...

Airbox CM3 mobile router

11/05/2007, The Internet – it is everywhere! That is the case at least, if you bring the Airbox CM3 mobile router with you. This nifty device can be hooked up to the Internet in a moving vehicle via WiFi or an Ethernet jack without requiring any additional...

GETAC exhibits rugged PCs

11/05/2007, GETAC will be parading a quartet of its versatile fully-rugged notebook and tablet PCs at the 2007 FireRescue Conference & Exposition that will be held from November 7 to 10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. These models include the GETAC V100, the...

Tensilica Diamond Standard 106Micro

11/05/2007, Tensilica has just released the smallest licensable 32-bit processor core in the industry that is based on an industry-standard architecture. It occupies a mere 0.26 mm2 in a 130-nm G process and only 0.13 mm2 in a 90-nm G process, making it by far and...