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Xbox Friends Watch

10/25/2007, Adam Kinney, a developer from Microsoft, has come up with a Vista Gadget that enables you to keep track of a handful of friends on your Xbox Live list. In order to do so, you must first be running on Windows Vista (duh) and have Silverlight installed....

Fingers notebook stand

10/25/2007, This idea is so simple and practical, it is a wonder nobody thought about it before. The Fingers notebook stand is made out of clear acrylic and features laser-cut pattern of slots that act as “fingers”, which are used to accommodate loose...

Mobile data card does security too

10/25/2007, Sprint Nextel and Alcatel-Lucent have teamed up with plans to release a mobile data card that is capable of acting as a notebook security mechanism as well. The SprintSecure Laptop Guardian comes with its own power supply, and will render any laptop...

NEC unveils new LCD technology

10/24/2007, For those who hate folks watching over your shoulder while you’re working, chances are you’ll be thankful that NEC has developed a new kind of LCD technology that allows users to switch between wide and narrow viewing angles on-the-fly without...

Dell XPS One sneak peek

10/24/2007, The Dell XPS One was designed to go up against the iMac and Gateway One (what’s with the “One” naming convention anyways), featuring a 22″ WSXGA (that’s 1,680 x 1,050 resolution) display complete with integrated speakers...

MSI GX600 gaming notebook

10/24/2007, Remember the “Turbo” button found in older x86 computers? Those were really fun to use, and great for slowing down shoot ‘em ups whenever you’re caught in a hail of seemingly impossible-to-avoid bullets. The MSI GX600 gaming...

Hanns.G HG281D reviewed

10/24/2007, The Hanns. G HG281D 28″ LCD monitor has been taken out for a spin by the folks at Extreme Tech, and they are pretty impressed with it overall. Features include a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, a response time of 3ms, a contrast ratio of 800 to 1, and a...

Wireless SMS keyboard

10/24/2007, A patent for a wireless SMS keyboard that comes with a complete set of alphanumerical keys have been filed, being laid out on a flexible silicone rubber panel. This keyboard works like a normal hardened version, save for the fact that it can be rolled up...

Everun docking station

10/23/2007, The Raon Digital Everun docking station looks really neat, boasting a cover that can come off and slot in to provide a back rest, with a battery charger located in the rear. Other connectivity options on the Everun docking station include VGA out, audio...

Linksys WRT600N router

10/23/2007, The Linksys WRT600N router is one unique dual-band WiFi device since it can handle 802.11a/b/g/n devices via a standard 2.4GHz frequency while operating a 5GHz transmitter that works on 802.11n devices that are prone to interference simultaneously,...

Touchscreen iMac rumors

10/23/2007, Word on the street has it that a touchscreen iMac is in the works, including the possibility of the final product being a Mac tablet. While this might sound a little crazy a couple of years’ back, the hugely successful iPhone release makes such a...

Philips Mobile Clinical Assistant

10/23/2007, The Philips Mobile Clinical Assistant is yet another tablet device that targets the healthcare industry, especially hospitals. Intel’s Digital Health Group is responsible for the design, and the Cliniscape Mobile Clinic Assistant comes with a...

Acer sells P243W widescreen LCD monitor

10/23/2007, Acer has started to sell its new P243W widescreen LCD monitor for approximately $457, making 24″ LCD displays all the more affordable. Unfortunately, the Taiwanese launch will see limited availability with only a thousand of these up for sale....

Samsung Builds Uber-High Capacity Memory

10/23/2007, Samsung has announced that it has created the densest memory chip to date. Each chip can store 8 Gigabytes (GB) of information. Up to 16 chips can be used together to build commercial NAND memory resulting in a 128GB flash card or other storage device....