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PCs, Macs and other “large” computers may seem like the old players in today’s mobile world, but try living without one of those, and you’ll realize that they are still the most comfortable form of computing around.

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Casio CW-E60 Disc Title Printer

11/27/2007, The Casio CW-E60 aims to replace your black marker when it comes to writing on your freshly burnt discs. After all, if you’re like me, you’re typing most of the time and your handwriting skills might have faded away. Having something actually...

Defective hard drives in some Mac Books

11/27/2007, The hard disk head can land on the surface and damage the data Apple Insider is reporting that some Mac Books have flawed Seagate hard drives and that there’s a risk of losing data. From the site: “The affect drives — model numbers...

Dell shakes hands with Carrefour

11/27/2007, Dell is slowly but moving into the traditional brick-and-mortar sales model after coming to an agreement with the Carrefour Group, allowing all 365 superstores across Europe to sell Dell computers and equipment from next year onwards. The initial...


Piano hides PC within

11/27/2007, This lovely Edwardian piano that you see hides a dirty little secret – it houses a full fledged computer within, boasting a 26″ LCD panel, a 500GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM, all running on Windows Media Center so that the piano will be able to...

Home Internet speed increased

11/26/2007, How does one increase one’s home Internet speed, and by over 25 times at that (in theory, of course)? Why, by using a plastic optical fiber, of course. A research team led by Hwang Seung-sang has succeeded in making a home network system using the...

Old cellphones turned to computers

11/26/2007, Engineers at Hokuto System in Japan have found a way to recycle old cellphones to turn them into fully functional computers. This is made possible by cramming a simple PC on a business card-sized circuit board known as DVIEW. It will go on sale in Japan...

WebDT 310 and 360 Mobile Tablets

11/26/2007, The WebDT 310 and 360 can lay claim to being the first mobile tablets in the world that features an integrated barcode scanner, a Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR) and/or camera. Integration of those new hardware applications aims to improve customer service...

Super-cooled CPU case

11/25/2007, Talk about being paranoid of your computer overheating! This ProStreet CPU case comes covered with a whole bunch of fans – 20 on both the left and right sides, 8 fans on the rear and front sides as well as 10 located on top for a grand total of 66...

Kyocera KPC680 ExpressCard

11/25/2007, Verizon Wireless and Kyocera have just launched the Kyocera KPC680 ExpressCard with CDMA2000 1x Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) Rev A technology. This is the next logical evolution of the KPC650 1x EV-DO Rev 0 PC Card which was launched a couple of years...

Nokia N810 hitting selected stores

11/20/2007, The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet has already arrived at selected stores, with more to carry this device within the next few days. If you can’t wait to get your hands on one, DataVision is currently selling it for $470, and word has it that Nokia...

WolfKing targets female gamers

11/20/2007, WolfKing, fresh from releasing the Warrior Xxtreme, announced that it will customize its Warrior gaming pad and Trooper gaming mouse in a package that appeals to women who are involved in the PC gaming scene. These specially designed gaming peripherals...

Smart Closet helps pick out clothes

11/19/2007, Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed a Smart Closet – a closet that comes with a built-in computer system. It is able to monitor what you wear as well as your schedule, preventing you from wearing the same article of...

BenQ Joybook R43

11/19/2007, BenQ has released the Joybook R43 has features a pretty nifty design on the outside – a deep black lid accented by a unique ornamental band which was imprinted with Laminar Film technology, outlining the skyline of a metropolis in pop-art style. It...

Pentagram PC case mod

11/19/2007, The Pentagram PC case mod is totally out of this world – being shaped after its namesake. This is a wall-mounted PC (better make sure you have strong enough fittings lest this thing crashes onto the floor!) that measures just 5mm in thickness...