Microsoft Office 2010 Ad-supported Free Version To Come Pre-loaded

October 9, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

An ad-supported free version of MS Office would come pre-loaded on Windows computers soon. Microsoft Office 2010 is to be launched in mid-2010, and when that happens, the current MS Works that comes free on Windows XP and Vista computers now will be discontinued. An ad-supported version of MS Office 2010 will take its place […]

Sony Vaio L Touch Screen All-in-one Computers Set To Charm

October 9, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony, after hogging all the limelight with what it called the lightest laptop christened Vaio X, is back to grab headlines with a new stunner. The new computer called the Vaio L, is an all-in-one computer with a big 24-inch touch sensitive display. Starting October 22, 2009, you can grab a Vaio L for $1300. […]

Nissan Land Glider Electric Concept Sees Light

October 8, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sway and serve, that’s how it needs to be as you hit the busy city streets! Or at least Nissan thinks so. The tech-laden Land Glider from the Nissan stables is an ultimate statement as far as the Japanese car giant is concerned. Lo and behold as the electric car tilts and sashays up to […]

Facebook Access Problems Are Real, So Are Inaccessible Accounts

October 7, 2009, By Alex Ion

Facebook has faced issues for at least a few months now and although some would’ve expected the fastest growing website in the world to get them solved, things have gone from bad to worse. On  Tuesday afternoon, the company has acknowledged an internal glitch that prevented some of their users to access their accounts. Apparently […]

New Google Doodle Celebrates Bar Code Invention

October 7, 2009, By Alex Ion

Today marks the 57th anniversary since the first barcode patent has been filed, and Google’s logo today is celebrating the important invention. Introduced on October 7 in 1952 by inventors Joseph Woodland and Bernard Silver in the United States, the bar code, as you already know, is an optical machine-readable representation of data consisting of […]

D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 All-in-One Router Starts Selling

October 5, 2009, By Alex Ion

Introduced at CES in January, the new D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 all-in-one router has finally made it to the bookshelves. Shipping with a built-in draft N Wi-Fi module which allows communication with network attached storage devices, the new DIR-685 router additionally comes with D-Link’s SharePort feature that allows the networked computers to share printers or […]

Motorola Cliq for T-Mobile Official, Release Date and Pricing Announced

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

Motorola is eager to know the future of its Android devices (seeking revival) and therefore it is manufacturing devices with the Google OS one after the other. The Motorola CLIQ will be available for pre-order from October 19 and will hit the shelves November 2nd. CLIQ comes with a 3.1-inch (480×360) touchscreen display and a […]

Microsoft Readies Windows XP Mode Virtualization for Manufacturing

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

Microsoft wants to ensure that the shortcomings of the Windows Vista do not mar the future of the upcoming Windows Seven and therefore it has readied the Windows XP Mode Virtualization . Also, it realizes that the XP was its best operating system until date and therefore it is important to develop a virtualization process […]

Google pays homage to Gandhi with a Google Doodle

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

One of the most famous and pious souls from the last century, the great Indian freedom fighter, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, familiarly known as Mahatma Gandhi was born today i.e. 2nd of October in 1869. Google is the one that reminds us of such people with its regular doodles and today it has dedicated its Logo […]

Palm Pixi webOS Handset Coming this Month?

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

Trusting this piece of information or shunning it as a mere rumor is purely at your discretion but the word on the street is that the Palm Pixi which is the second webOS device from Palm after the Pre will be released on October 20 and will be up for the grabs at the Sprint […]

A-DATA SH93 External Hard-drive is Waterproof and Shock Resistant

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

External Hard Drives are a must have for that memory on the computer somehow never suffices. Such an important gadget needs to be shock-proof and water resistant for data loss can be really hurting and that is what A-DATA had in perspective when it developed the SH93 hard-drive. Courtesy of a molded rubber-plastic casing, the […]

Dell Inspiron Mini Nickelodeon Edition for the Tiny Geeks

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

Planning to buy an affordable netbook for your tots? Dell is offering you the perfect doodad which is reasonably priced and can surely please the children. The Dell Inspiron Mini Nickelodeon Edition is the Inspiron member which will keep all the members of the Nickelodeon family at your tots disposal while also giving them the […]

The Amazon e-Book Reader Kindle 2 Ready for a UK Debut

October 1, 2009, By Atul Roach

The Amazon Kindle 2 e-book reader has seen the daylight in many parts of the world but the UK is still secluded. It is now being told that Amazon will debut the Kindle e-book reader in the UK sometime this month. An official announcement is still awaited but as per the rumors, the proper announcement […]

Sneak Peak on RIM’s BlackBerry Storm II 9550

October 1, 2009, By Atul Roach

The RIM BlackBerry Storm wasn’t that successful a smartphone especially considering the success RIM has had with its other phones. The Storm II 9550 is therefore a more detailed product from RIM and the manufacturer has high hopes the second time around. You find the phone with the same screen on the outside but, there […]

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