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Loudtalks VoIP walkie-talkie service

09/19/2007, Loudtalks is a free VoIP walkie-talkie service that lets you babble away with your friends online without having to go through the hassle of dialing up or waiting, just like how a real life walkie-talkie works save for the fact that you’ll have to...

Embarco Chilled Air Docking Station

09/19/2007, The External Chilled Air Docking Station is a collaboration between Embarco and Intel, featuring a miniature compressor that blows cold air at your laptop to keep things running cool. It is touted to be the smallest miniature compressor in the world,...

WiMAX hits UMPCs and MIDs next year

09/19/2007, The much talked about WiMAX standard has received a positive boost with news that it will inhabit laptops from next year onwards courtesy of mini card and half mini card form factors. These mini cards measure no larger than current ones with WiFi...

USB 3.0 next year – 10x the speed

09/19/2007, [photo courtesy of CNET] Intel has announced that it will introduce USB 3.0 next year, a standard that should be ten times faster than USB 2.0. Intel says that the speed boost is made possible by using fiber-optics in addition to the regular wires. And...

Intel to Add Flash Drives to Servers

09/19/2007, Intel is reportedly going to add flash drives into servers, starting with a modest 32GB next year. Obviously, capacity is going to grow steadily to 64GB and 128GB from there. Flash drives have many benefits, but the one that server managers might like the...

LaCie teams up with Hecht

09/19/2007, LaCie has joined forces with industrial designer Sam Hecht to bring a new portable LightScribe-enabled DVD writer that aims to bring a little bit more style and swagger to what most people would deem as “boring but essential” peripherals. The...

Intel to launch new Penryn chip

09/18/2007, Mark November 12 on your calendars – that’s the day Intel will introduce its new Penryn chip, a microprocessor that will be produced using 45-nanometer technology, making the chip much smaller than what it is today, bringing even faster speeds...

Bose MusicMonitor system

09/18/2007, Bose has a new sound system to further deplete your bank account with the Bose Computer MusicMonitor system. The MusicMonitor system is rather unique since they do not come with a subwoofer – will Bose’s audio expertise make it sound good even...

Vaio Zoom notebook concept

09/18/2007, Designer Eno Setiawan surely loves the Sony range of Vaio notebooks, which is why this Vaio Zoom notebook concept was concocted. The Zoom supposedly utilizes holographic technology that has been condensed into a thin glass form factor. Whenever you turn...

Asus EeePC 700 price is final

09/18/2007, Looks like the folks at Asus have finally decided to agree on the price of the Asus EeePC 700 computer. You can place your pre-order at Allasus.com by just dropping $260. For that price, you get 2GB of storage space and a form factor of a miniature UMPC...

LG parades XPION computer in Korea

09/18/2007, LG brings a little bit more oomph to the computing world with their XPION computer. Boasting a case that measures just 3.5″ thick, the XPION comes with a sliding cover (guess they were inspired by their own cellphone range) that reveals an internal...

AMD Tri-Core Drama

09/18/2007, Ever since AMD has announced its tri-core, most of the drama has been around the fact that it is most likely a defective quad-core, with one disabled unit. It is obvious that it would save AMD money to resell chips that would otherwise go to the trash bin...

Alaska Airlines to launch inflight WiFi

09/18/2007, Alaska Airlines has just announced that it will bring inflight wireless Internet connectivity sometime next year, based on Row 44′s satellite-based broadband connectivity solution. The system will first be tested on a next-generation Boeing 737...

Smiley celebrates 25th birthday

09/18/2007, Looks like the humble has just turned 25, thanks to a stroke of genius (or should that be three) by Carnegie Mellon University professor Scott E. Fahlman. The smiley has spawned numerous emoticons throughout the two decades, and you even have localized...