Asus EEEBox 1501 with 1080p capability announced

October 15, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Asus has announced the latest in their EEEBox line of “nettops”. The new EEEBox 1501 is based on the nVidia Ion platform. While details are still sketchy, some pictures were revealed at a press conference in Munich. The nettop packs a dual core Atom N330 processor and upto 4GB of DDR2 RAM coupled with nVidia’s […]

AT&T connects with 3G notebooks, netbooks from Dell

October 15, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Aimed at powering small businesses, AT&T has unveiled 3G notebooks and netbooks from Dell. The 3G wireless built-in feature in these devices are expected by America’s leading network to equip small businesses. The built-in wireless technology offered by the Dell netbooks and notebooks, combined with the 3G connectivity from AT&T, may be seen as a […]

Acer ready with its first 3D notebook Aspire 5738DG

October 15, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Acer is ready with its new Aspire 5738DG. The laptop maker’s first 3D notebook will come with a 15.6-inch laptop with a 3D-capable display. The Acer Aspire 5738DG is a simpler version of a notebook, compared with those with the Nvidia 3D Vision setup. Acer had been working on this model and will now introduce […]

Samsung Blue Earth and LG GD510 Pop Get Priced, Explained

October 14, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Solar-powered phones have debuted from the stables of South Korean companies Samsung and LG Electronics. While Samsung has introduced the Blue Earth, LG has taken the wraps off of its new GD510 Pop — both models boasting  a touch screen interface. Samsung’s Blue Earth comes with a shell made from recycled plastic water bottles and […]

Acer Liquid Announced, Comes with Android and Snapdragon Processor

October 14, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Acer, the worlds third largest PC vendor has come out with their first Android-based smartphone, the Acer Liquid.  According to Acer it is “the world’s first Qualcomm Snapdragon processor based and world’s first Android 1.6 ( Donut ) high definition smartphone”. The Liquid features an 800×480 pixel capacitive touchscreen and under the hood, is the […]

The whole Wikipedia in your pocket with the OpenMoko WikiReader

October 14, 2009, By Thomas Antony

OpenMoko, a Japanese company which was previously working on an open source smartphone has released a new ‘WikiReader’ device. It is a handheld device for people who rely on the information contained at Wikipedia more often than they have access to the Internet. The WikiReader has a large, monochrome touchscreen which lets you scroll through […]

USS New York made with WTC Steel to be commissioned in November

October 14, 2009, By Thomas Antony

The USS New York is the US Navy’s latest San Antonio-class amphibious attack ship. It was launched yesterday from Northrop Grumman’s shipyard in Avondale, La. What is so special about this ship ? Seven and a half tons of the steel used in its construction came from the rubble and debris of the World Trade […]

Nikon D3s 12-megapixel DSLR Camera Becomes Official

October 14, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nikon has just unveiled its new D3s 12-megapixel DSLR camera. A must for the professional photographer, the new Nikon D3s can shoot up to ISO 12,800 in normal settings, has improved 720p HD video (24fps) and can also be manually set to shoot at ISO 102,400, which, significantly enough, is four times more than the […]

HP to push Windows 7 with TouchScreen PCs

October 14, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Hewlett-Packard (HP) is set to give Microsoft some added support to the software major’s Windows 7 with an update to its TouchScreen PCs. HP will be bringing in more such PCs through December as part of its fall PC refresh cycle, which it had kicked off in September. With touch technology gaining prominence in both […]

Nokia makes computer foray with $299 Booklet 3G

October 13, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cell phone maker Nokia is making its foray into the world of computers with its new Booklet 3G. The soon to be released Booklet 3G is a Windows 7 Netbook which will run exclusively on AT&T’s 3G wireless network. The Netbook will also boast of a battery that lasts up to 12 hours. By the […]

Apple working on new iPhone Radio App

October 13, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is said to be developing an iPhone radio application for use on the iPhone and iPod touch. Almost an extension of the Song Tagging feature used in the iPod Nanos, the new app is expected to help you see the song in the iTunes Mobile store and simultaneously make a purchase with just another […]

The very customizable HTC Tattoo goes on sale on Vodafone

October 13, 2009, By Thomas Antony

HTC today released their latest Android based smartphone, the HTC Tattoo. What so special about the Tattoo ? Well according to HTC you can “Breathe a Bit of You Into Your Phone”. As eerie as that imagery can be, it turns out that its pretty cool. HTC has launched a new customization service coinciding with […]

Vodafone All Set to Bring BlackBerry Storm 2 9520 to the Market

October 13, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Vodafone will unveil the BlackBerry Storm2 9520 in a couple of days. The phone is expected to debut in the UK on October 16, 2009. To come equipped with an enhanced SurePress typing system that would employ Piezo technology, the phone would boast of four sensors to enable multi-touch typing. Besides the expected Wi-Fi, BlackBerry […]

T-Mobile Hopes to Recover Lost Sidekick Data

October 13, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sidekick users’ information, believed to be lost owing to huge server failure by Microsoft’s Danger subsidiary, can be recovered, hopes T-Mobile. It has said that the efforts aimed at recovery of information have been showing signs of success. Though T-Mobile had put a check on sales of the Sidekick even as news of information loss […]

Google Security Patches Fix Android Bugs

October 12, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The two security hassles in Google’s Android mobile Operating System wherein hackers operated and deployed denial of service on your smartphones have been attended to. Google has released patches that repair the flaws that had hit the Android version 1.5. Hackers had given shape to malformed text messages from a badly formatted WAP Push message. […]

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