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New generation of Panasonic UniPhier

10/11/2007, Panasonic has just released the next generation of UniPhier that takes advantage of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, a compression/decompression method used for HD content. This chip’s job is to compress full-HD large image data down to...

Gefen wireless USB extender

10/11/2007, Gefen recently unveiled its own wireless USB extender that allows you to hook up to four USB 2.0 peripherals within a 100 foot radius from the computer. This will definitely go a long way in cutting down the amount of cabling and wires, helping you keep...

Dell SP2208WFP out in Japan

10/11/2007, Strange to see Dell release the SP2208WFP in Japan before it ever makes its way to the US. This 22″ LCD monitor features a resolution count of 1,680 x 1,050 and is equipped with a 2 megapixel webcam and an integrated microphone, a 2ms response time,...

Winamp 10th Anniversary Edition

10/11/2007, Winamp is one of the most famous MP3 players on the computer, and its 10th anniversary version will come jam-packed with features, configuration options, and music acquisition methods compared to iTunes or Windows Media Player. You’ll be able to...

Philips LX2000 Living Room PC

10/11/2007, Philips has entered the living room PC fray with the introduction of the LX2000. This computer breaks the £1,000 price point and is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, running on Windows Vista Premium while housing a 160GB hard drive and 1GB...

Street View gets half dozen more cities

10/10/2007, If you’re a bit miffed that Google Maps did not include your city in the new Street View 3D world, fret not. The company that does no evil has just expanded its list of cities by another half dozen, letting residents, visitors, and onlookers view...

Alienware desktops have SSDs

10/09/2007, More often than not, we find solid state drives in notebooks but Alienware has gone against the grain by releasing a gaming desktop with the option to include a 64GB solid state drive. This option will be made available to the Area-51 ALX and Aurora ALX...

Sony BWU-200S Blu-ray writer

10/09/2007, Sony has a second generation internal Blu-ray writer drive in the from of the BWU-200S, featuring 4x BD-R and 16X DVD+R recording speeds. That means you’ll be able to cut down burning time by half when placed side by side with the first generation...

Apple redesigning MacBook Pro adapters

10/09/2007, Word has it that Apple has already stopped shipments of MagSafe power adapters in its MacBook Pro notebook line due to quality design issues, and their engineers are working hard on a fix. It seems that Apple already begun to pull inventory of the 85W...

Fujitsu LifeBook V1010

10/09/2007, Fujitsu has long catered for business users where their notebooks are concerned, but the LifeBook V1010 does otherwise by targeting the more casual computer user. Don’t expect specifications that blow the mind as it will be powered by a mere Intel...

20-inch medical monitor developed

10/09/2007, Chi Lin Technology has developed a new 20″ medical monitor that brings up to 5 megapixels’ worth of resolution (2,048 x 2,560) to the table. It will cater to the medical center niche market and comes with a pocket burning price, retailing...

AMD cuts price on desktop CPUs

10/09/2007, AMD has slashed the pricing of its single-core Athlon 64 and dual-core Athlon 64 X2 processors while introducing a new Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Black Edition to its lineup. These price cuts will range between a measly 5% to a more attractive 28%. If...

SplashTop instant-on mini operating system

10/08/2007, Funny, we’ve been talking about the need of having an instant-on computing experience and over the week-end, I get a link about SplashTop, a company that has a mini-OS that enables web browsing based on Firefox and Skype. Users can choose to use...

Alaska Airlines brings inflight WiFi

10/08/2007, Alaska Airlines already has plans to starttesting their new WiFi service on a Boeing 737 when spring rolls around, although that move is rather baffling. Are signals in the air much better in the spring? Why miss the crucial holiday season that could see...