BlackBerry Curve Sedona Pictures Surface; Looks Ultra-thin

January 22, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

RIM has had a ‘business-users only’ tag while making their handsets, and it seems the phone maker is now trying out something different with their next-gen Curve series device called the Sedona. Being lined up as an entry-level handset, the BlackBerry Curve Sedona comes about as an ultra-thin mobile phone and is almost half the […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab on Sprint to Sell for Less: Leak Makes Us Ponder Over It!

January 13, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

This could come as exciting news for those who have been eying the Samsung Galaxy Tab, but fell short of the required dollars. Carrier Sprint, which had a couple of months ago launched the Samsung tablet with much fanfare, is now gearing up for a snip in pricing of the device. The info comes courtesy […]

Sony VAIO L, Y, F 3D & 2011 Concept Notebooks Charm CES 2011 Attendees

January 8, 2011, By Aneej Jayan

Sony has been active at CES 2011 with a pair of new notebook concepts, as well as their existing line-up of notebooks. The tech giant has on show  a prototype of a 13-inch notebook powered with the so called ‘sheet’ battery. The company promises these batteries to deliver more endurance for the normal notebooks. This […]

Tablets Yet Again at CES 2011; This Time it’s the OCosmos OCS9 Slate

January 7, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tablets again, and don’t look us like that for saying tablet yet again!  Tablets seem to be flooding the Las Vegas Convention Center where this edition of CES is underway. Apart from the big names, there are many who are bringing in their stuff to flaunt. We have a new one here, courtesy of ShowStoppers! […]

Google Docs Now Streams Your Videos in the Cloud

January 7, 2011, By Alex Ion

One year ago we were hearing that Google Docs allowed users to store any sort of files they want (not just documents and media), today we’re happy to announce that the web application is now able to stream the videos you have uploaded in the cloud. The new feature on Google Docs will only be […]

CES 2011: MSI WindPad 100A Tegra 2 Android Tablet Offers a Peek; Q2 Release Date Likely

January 7, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

CES 2011 has MSI presence in a major way, but somehow a couple of days earlier when the company held their press conference at the Las Vega venue we thought something was missing.   At the press meet the company had been talking only about the various notebooks laden with Intel’s Sandy Bridge. We, in the […]

ARM Cortex-A15 ‘Eagle’ Unveiled; Capable of quad-core computing at up to 2.5GHz

September 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There were rumors about an upcoming Eagle processor form ARM, circulating all around the web, some time ago. ARM has now officially unveiled the Cortex A15 “Eagle” quad-core processor, which is the latest addition to ARM’s Cortex-A family of processors, and it will be targeting a wide variety of devices and providing leading combinations of […]

Zotac Nettops Go Stylish With Integrated Blu-Ray Drives

September 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Zotac has unveiled new nettops which combine stylish looks with energy efficiency, higher performance and integrated Blu-ray drives. The ZBOX Blu-ray HD-ID33 and HD-ID34 come with plenty of features to capture your mind. Both the devices come equipped with Intel’s 1.8 GHz Atom D525 dual-core processor and NVIDIA’s next generation Ion platform taking care of […]

Toshiba 24nm flash, 8GB Begin Shipping on a Single Chip

August 31, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Toshiba has announced that it has started mass production of NAND flash memories fabricated with 24 nanometer technology. The latest technology has already been applied to 2 bit-per-cell 64-gigabit components which are claimed to be the world’s smallest and offer the highest density on a single chip (8 GB). Toshiba will also introduce 32GB and […]

Samsung reveals new fast 512GB SSD based on toggle-mode NAND memory

June 17, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Samsung has announced a new Solid State Drive product which utilizes a new type of flash memory called toggle-mode NAND flash. The new SSD will be released targeting the premium notebook niche. The SSD is built using a 30nm 32 Gb flash memory chip which went into production last November. The new toggle-mode NAND technology […]

Toshiba 128GB Flash Memory Chips Take Mobile Storage to Never Seen Levels

June 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The first ever 128 GB embedded flash memory chips have debuted at Toshiba. The feat is seen as a record as mobile storage has never gone to such a high extent ever before. Toshiba has managed to do this by building it on a 32 nanometer process and the storage has an array of 16 […]

LaCie’s “Rugged Safe” External Hard Drive Keeps Your Data Safe – Literally

May 26, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

LaCie have been known for their unique style of designing products, as they’ve shown us over the last few years with several of their items. One of the things that they stand out from the competition with, is their naming style. For example, take a look at their Rugged series, which is a line of […]

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