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Microsoft launches anti-Apple campaign, doesn’t get it

05/05/2011, Microsoft has launched its “do the math” page, in which the company shows why it makes more financial sense to buy a PC, save a load and go on a vacation — versus buying a Mac. With hard number on hand and clear side by side...

HR3D from MIT: A Better 3D Screen Than the Nintendo 3DS, But…

05/05/2011, Although Nintendo has done a great job at introducing glasses-less 3D technology to a mass audience, the Nintendo 3DS display has a couple of things that would need serious improvements: brightness  and power consumption. The design of the 3DS display is...

Facebook to purchase Skype?

05/04/2011, Facebook, the social networking giant that is swimming in money and fully intends to rule the world (it must first overcome China though, perhaps that is why getting a Chinese girlfriend is part of the strategy for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg), is...

Intel Announces new 3D Tri-Gate transistor for 22nm processor

05/04/2011, Intel is presenting its “3D” Tri-Gate transistor is going to enter production for the first time. The 22nm processor codenamed “Ivy Bridge”. It sounds like a marketing name, but Intel takes 3D transistors very seriously. The design...

BlackBerry World 2011 Keynote

05/03/2011, Professional Edition of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, tablet publishing solution to include Playbook The keynote started with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen who praised the performance of Flash and Acrobat Reader on the Playbook. He ended his speech by...

Logitech TV Cam for Skype

05/03/2011, Logitech has just released a high-end web cam for… HDTVs. At the moment, the Logitech TV Cam for Skype only works with HDTVs from the Panasonic VIERA line that have the “connect-enabled ” feature. However, you can be sure that, in-time,...

Facebook is a spy machine

05/02/2011, According to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, he talked about social networking in an interview with Russia Today, lambasting Facebook as “the most appalling spy machine that has ever been invented.” Assange claims that Facebook is a giant database...

BlackBerry Bold 9900 Preview

05/02/2011, [Blackberry World] Today, RIM unveiled its thinnest Smartphone to date, the BlackBerry Bold 9900 / 9930 that features a touch interface alongside the “best keyboard ever”, according to RIM. At only 10.5 mm, the super-thin and relatively lightweight...

Blackberry Playbook Review

05/02/2011, Playbook Review - this complete review of the Blackberry playbook goes over the most popular aspects of using this tablet computer in the real world.

TomTom sorry to customers in sharing driving data with police

04/29/2011, Dedicated GPS navigation devices are not exactly the hottest consumer electronics devices in the market at the moment, so the latest snafu by TomTom doesn’t help – as the navigation device manufacturer recently confessed of supplying driving...

Awaiba NanEye camera is super small

04/28/2011, Honey, I shrunk the camera – at least that is what Awaiba’s claim to fame is, rolling out a camera which is smaller than a matchstick head, now how about that for the wonders of miniaturization in our modern world? Awaiba’s NanEye camera...

iPhone tracking bug fix coming, says Apple

04/28/2011, Steve Jobs might have denied that iOS performs tracking illegally, and his stand is backed by Apple (naturally) by stating on their website that “the iPhone is not logging your location. Rather, it is maintaining a database of Wi-Fi hotspots and cell...

Westminster Abbey gets cell phone jammers for royal wedding

04/28/2011, Now those of you living Stateside will probably be kicking up a fuss as to why there is so much coverage on news channels concerning the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, never mind that their lavish union will probably be the third...

The Best of Mobile Music – @LifeScoop

04/27/2011,   Since CES 2011, we have been invited to write on My Life Scoop on a regular basis, and today, my article “The Best of Mobile Music” has been published. The articles we write for My Life Scoop are not news like we do on Ubergizmo, they reflect...