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Sony upgrades Vaio UX MicroPC

09/25/2007, Sony has just refreshed its Vaio UX MicroPC, and potential owners will be proud to see a spanking new Intel Core 2 Solo processor that is faster than those found in its predecessors, as well as a 64GB flash drive thrown into the fray. These additions make...

New Vaio L series from Sony

09/25/2007, Sony has just rolled out a new Vaio L series notebook that can be hung from the wall just like one of those nifty large screen displays. This model you see here measures 22″ diagonally across and sure looks good in any living room. The only downside...

Mustek SoccerCam

09/25/2007, Just when you thought you’ve seen it all in the world of webcams, along comes the Mustek SoccerCam. This full-featured digital camera is protected by a soccerball shell that opens up to reveal the camera. This $39.99 camera features a 2.1 megapixel...

Google launching Canadian Street View?

09/25/2007, Word on the street has it that Google is planning a Canadian launch of its Street View map feature that actually brings street-level close-ups of city centers to your desktop, albeit with blurred faces of people and vehicle license plates – moves...

Hoax – GoogleTV waiting to be uncovered

09/25/2007, Looks like the folks at Google Labs are certainly pretty creative when it comes to hiding an Easter Egg. Mark Erickson claims to have uncovered the method to access Google’s secret on-demand television service, where you are supposed to send an...

D-Link DGL-4500 Gaming Router

09/24/2007, Gamers often won’t settle for anything less than the best, and the D-Link DGL-4500 Gaming Router is definitely one of such devices. It features an OLED display as well as 802.11n connectivity for blazing fast performance. Other specifications...

Blackmagic Intensity HDMI capture card

09/24/2007, The Blackmagic Intensity HDMI capture card works on both PC and Mac platforms, capturing beautiful, uncompressed footage out of any HD-capable box, subsequently streaming it to your waiting RAID array. It retails for a mere $250 (relatively affordable...

Wireless Device Charging with WiPower

09/24/2007, Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to fumble with wires anymore? WiPower claims to be able to charge your device, without the use of the usual wires, which usually wind up getting tangled about two seconds after unwrapping them. WiPower isn’t...

Ruffneck Zone 1 Explosion-Resistant Computer

09/24/2007, Computer Dynamics just announced their ultra-rugged Zone 1 computer. While most rugged computers (think toughbook) are designed to survive a drop or a splash of water, this one is certified to survive much harsher conditions such as sparks or explosions....

$100 Laptop debuts at $399 in North America

09/24/2007, Well, it’s not as bad as it sounds. At the moment the “$100 laptop” from One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) costs $200. By paying $400 (available only from Nov 12 to Nov 26), North Americans will get one, but also subsidize one for a 3rd world...

Asus Eee PC 701 – Russian Review Details

09/23/2007, Hey, someone pointed this Russian Review to us and because it’s really slow to decipher Russian reviews for most readers, here’s what they basically say: The Asus Eee PC 701 (specifications here) is just good for basic productivity...

Military-Grade USB Key

09/21/2007, Iron Key has a USB key for “enterprise and military” applications. Enterprise, because it is using hardware encryption and military because it’s rugged, thanks to its shock and water resistant casing. From the website: “A password...

Extreme PC Cooling Systems

09/21/2007, Overclocking one’s computer can be considered a passion, but how do you keep these beasts running cool while they’re performing at a level that is much higher than it is supposed to? One of the methods would be to dunk it – in cooking...

TeraDisc stores 250 hours of HD

09/20/2007, Imagine your Blu-ray disc and the amount of HD video you can store on it – and then multiply that amount by 5 times. This is what the TeraDisc offers, storing up to 700GB on a single disc. This CD-sized media comes with two physical layers of...