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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...

Google PowerPoint beta ready to roll

09/18/2007, Google is keeping Microsoft’s PowerPoint program in its sights by rolling out a new beta, where PowerPoint, Word and Excel copies are now collectively known as Google Docs. According to Google Docs engineering chief Sam Schillace, “Putting...

LG LX97WH plays nice with both formats

09/18/2007, I guess it doesn’t really matter much on which camp you’re on when it comes to HD DVD and Blu-ray as hardware manufacturers are starting to include hybrid drives, just like the LG LX97WH. This computer does not only support regular DVD, but it...

Digg PC case up for auction

09/18/2007, The Digg PC case is finally up for auction, and it starts at a jaw dropping $2,500. Some people might think of it as pretty steep, but the innards are definitely something to shout about. You can view the system specifications right after the jump, but...

Magic Backpack Straps

09/17/2007, Ok so this backpack doesn’t run on pixie dust and some incantations, but the way it generates power by itself surely warrants the word ‘magic’ in its title. Each strap is made using a special piezoelectric material called polyvinylidene...

HP on laptop launch spree

09/17/2007, HP is definitely serious about staying at the top in the world of computers by unveiling a new range of Presarios and Pavilions to suit every taste and budget. The most striking among them would be the HP Pavilion dv2600 Special Edition Entertainment...

LCD desk mount secured monitor

09/17/2007, For those who have just bought a new LCD monitor, chances are you love it to bits and want to take the very best care of it. Unfortunately, sometimes unforseen circumstances (like a running kid) could knock over your precious – this is where the LCD...

iPhone gets remote desktop

09/16/2007, Apple iPhone owners will be pleased to know that their wonder handset will benefit from yet another software that allows them to remotely access their Windows-powered computer via the iPhone using RDM+. RDM+ is, in essence, a remote desktop program that...

Razer ships Pro|Click Mobile mouse

09/16/2007, Razer is more often associated with gaming peripherals, but this time the company has taken steps to reach out to the non-gaming crowd with the new Pro|Click Mobile mouse. Although it is compact in size, it comes with supposedly big performance, touted as...

New LCD module from NEC

09/16/2007, NEC has just unleashed a new LCD module that utilizes white LED for its backlight. These new 6.5″ TFT LCD modules feature high luminance and VGA resolution, and will be known as NL6448BC20-21C and NL6448BC20-21D for the more technically inclined....

Haier laptop bleeds the wallet

09/16/2007, Haier has definitely upped the ante when it comes to price with their new laptop/tablet PC hybrid, running on an Intel Core Duo U2500 processor, an Intel 945GM chipset, 2GB of RAM, an 80GB hard drive, WiFi connectivity (no 802.11n unfortunately), a...

USB Greenhouse powered by computer

09/16/2007, The USB Greenhouse allows you to grow plants healthily without the need for sunlight, since it illuminates growth light instead. Just make sure that it is connected to a powered USB port whenever you want to let it grow, and this idea is pretty good since...

Launchpad Professional Golf Simulator

09/15/2007, A new product package from Costco aims to bring Golf into your living or office. The Launchpad Professional Golf Simulator is a small patch of fake grass with a tethered golf ball on it. The actual simulator works with PC, Mac, and PS2 (and with Tiger...