Toshiba releases Tecra A11, Qosmio notebooks

January 21, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Toshiba is making a few new additions to their line of notebooks. They have now announced four new machines available from right now in the US. This includes the 15.6-inch Tecra A11, the Core-i7 packing Qosmio X500 , Satellite Pro L450 and Satellite L500. More details and specs below.

Nokia smartphones to have free version of Ovi Maps

January 21, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

All Nokia smartphone users now can boast of a direction! The new Ovi Maps version that Nokia is planning to bring on to all its smartphones will be something unique for a handset. We never knew Nokia was working seriously on this ever since it bought out mapping and navigation company Navteq back in 2007 […]

Half-Life 2: Episode 3 Probably Not Coming This Year

January 20, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Valve, developers of the hit franchise Half-Life, haven’t been saying much lately, but a rumor is going around that is sure to disappoint a lot of fans – apparently, the last installment in the Half-Life 2 Episodes trilogy will not be released this year. It’s not known whether we’ll at least see some media beforehand […]

IronClad ‘ultra-secure’ USB Drive from Lockheed Martin and IronKey

January 20, 2010, By Atul Roach

Data security is a major issue for people who prefer keeping data on portable storage devices like an external hard-drive or a USB. To ensure security, it is advisable to look for special products like the IronClad extra-secure USB drive which has been developed together by Lockheed Martin and IronKey. IronClad is no ordinary device […]

Sony Ericsson developing 3D Satellite Mapping for Smartphones

January 20, 2010, By Atul Roach

Satellite mapping is quite a significant element for smartphones as a thorough number of users revert to this technology in their daily life. Sony Ericsson is keen to go one up on its competitors by offering a 3D version of the mapping process on its latest handsets. Ericsson Labs that broke this story reveals how […]

Bing replacing Google as default iPhone search engine

January 20, 2010, By Atul Roach

Google is on the downswing with Beijing completely banning the search engine unless it complies to the native legal requirements. There is more bad news for Google lovers as speculations are abound that Google may be replaced by Bing as the default search browser on the iPhone. Apple and Microsoft have been negotiating for weeks […]

Sony PlayStation 3 motion controller to be delayed six months

January 20, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The motion controller that Sony has been working on for its PlayStation 3 console will get delayed. In a bid to make available more software during the time the new motion controller is ready, the gaming company has pushed the launch by six months. When it arrives, it is expected that the motion controller would […]

Quanta lining up Smartbook that could look like an iPhone!

January 19, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartbooks seem to be getting even more smarter at the Quanta assembly line. In a bid to hold on to the growth phase, Quanta Computer is now making a smartbook which would, in fact, be a computer in an iPhone form factor! Yes you read that right, as this has come straight from Quanta Chairman […]

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