Shuttle's New Flagship SX58H7 HTPC



From Tom's Hardware: The new Shuttle SX58H7 features Intel's X58 chipset and is capable of running both ATI CrossFire or Nvidia SLI. Some other interesting features of this new mini-beast is that the power supply unit (PSU) has an 80PLUS Bronze certification with high...

Intel to Bundle Solid State Drives with Latest Microprocessors



From X-bit Labs: In a bid to popularize sales of solid-state drives, Intel Corp. has reportedly started to bundle its SSDs with its latest Intel Core i7 central processing units. Since both products are targeted at performance-demanding enthusiasts, such bundles make a great...

Early Mozilla mobile browser has 'showstopper' flaw



From InfoWorld: Early adopters who downloaded the application after it was announced Feb. 10 found it essentially doesn't work. "The bad news is the browser is basically useless for many people," Mark Finkle, a Fennec developer, wrote in a blog post describing the problem....

Nokia Siemens Sells Music2You to IMImobile



From PC World: Nokia Siemens Networks has sold its Music2You (M2Y) music download and subscription service to IMImobile, an Indian mobile technology developer, the companies said Wednesday.

IMImobile, of Hyderabad, said it is seeking to expand its services in Europe. Under...

SanDisk Hopes to Grow Business by Tapping Phone Market



From DailyTech: Most every smartphone on the market, save the iPhone, has a microSD card slot built-in to allow for more storage for music and video over what the internal memory offers. Some phones don't offer internal memory and the microSD card slot is the only way to add...

Apple Begins to Ship 17-inch MacBook Pros



From PC World: Reports indicate Apple is shipping its newly redesigned 17-inch MacBook Pro, the last of its laptops to get a "unibody" aluminum design. The new laptop was introduced at Macworld Expo in San Francisco in January.

The new 17-inch MacBook Pro features a thinner...

Microsoft Renames, Revamps its Phone OS



From PC World: Don't call them Windows Mobile phones anymore. In announcing the latest revision of Microsoft's OS for handsets at Mobile World Congress today, MIcrosoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that henceforth, the devices will be known as Windows phones.

"It's a mouthful to...

Apple is top of mind for execs at MWC



From CNET News.com: iPhone maker Apple isn't at GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009 along with the rest of the mobile phone industry, but the company's growing success is definitely top of mind for key executives in the mobile market.

The iPhone and Apple's successful App Store...
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