More details of Sony's new laptop revealed



From InfoWorld: Another day, another Sony laptop specification revealed? At the beginning of this week, Sony New Zealand began a teaser campaign for a new Vaio laptop. That was followed by Sony Japan on Wednesday, which offered a visual clue to the new machine, and Sony U.S. on...

The $99 iPhone Exists, Just Not at Wal-Mart



From PC World: All of the hoopla last week over the possibility of a $99 iPhone at Wal-Mart got the analysts fired up. It was supposed to be 4GB with possible slower speeds and cut features. Maybe it was even going to be "Nano."

$99 iPhones would sell a trillion times more...

HP Releases New Home Servers for Mac, PC Users



From DailyTech: Digital media consumption is growing rapidly thanks to the low cost and easy to use digital cameras and camcorders available today. Many people are now making home movies in digital formats that can easily be shared online and stored on the computer.

The...

APH Networks Reviews: Spire Torq Laptop Backpack



After months of torture in Engineering class, I often find it hard to believe that I am finally done with this term. For the last few days, I 'slept in' until 7:00AM, and tried hard to lose the weird food addictions I had during final exams. I spent a lot of time with friends...

Businesses Make the Move to Mac OS



From PC World: The Mac OS has long been known as an operating system for graphic artists, creative folks and those who prefer to treat their personal computers as, well, personal. Widespread business use is almost unheard of. But lately there's been a lot of discussion that Apple...

Microsoft Wages War Against Fake Security Software



From PC World: In the second month of a campaign against fake security software, Microsoft has booted the rogue application "Antivirus 2009" from almost 400,000 PCs, the company recently claimed.

December's version of the Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT), a free utility...

Wal-Mart to start selling iPhone Sunday



From CNET News.com: Wal-Mart on Friday confirmed that it will be selling Apple's iPhone 3G beginning Sunday at about 2,500 stores. The price, with a new two-year service agreement with AT&T (or qualified upgrade), is $197 for the black 8GB model and $297 for the black or white...

Nvidia Set to Support GDDR5 with Code-Named GT214 Chip



From X-bit Labs: Nvidia Corp. decided not to support GDDR4 memory standard since it was heavily inspired by ATI Technologies, now graphics products group of Advanced Micro Devices, and has been utilizing GDDR3 memory for more than four years instead. But the GDDR5 is the...
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