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Getting to know the Samsung Notebook 9 Series

Jan 12, 11 Getting to know the Samsung Notebook 9 Series

Posted by in Featured, Laptops & Tablets

One of the most eye-catching gadgets showcased in this year’s Consumer Electronics Show was the Samsung Notebook 9. It is a premium 13-inch notebook packing the 2nd generation Intel Core processor on a light but durable body. Here’s a rundown of some features that makes this laptop something Samsung should be really proud of....

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IBM is world’s most inventive company

IBM received a record 5,896 US patents in 2010 topping the list of the world’s most inventive companies. It took IBM’s inventors more than 50 years to achieve the 5k patents in a single year making them the first company to do so and at the same time making them the patent leader for the 18th consecutive year. More than 7,000...

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The skinny on AMD’s Fusion chips

AMD has been lagging behind with its processors as compared to Intel who recently announced their next generation Core processors in the name of Sandy Bridge. However, the launch of their latest AMD Fusion might just get them back into the game. Based on initial reports, the AMD Fusion APU proves to be a force to reckon with...

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BlackBerry Torch 9800 Review

Jan 10, 11 BlackBerry Torch 9800 Review

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Reviews

The battle for the best smartphone on the market continues as iPhone and Android devices go head to head. This year, BlackBerry decided to join the arena by releasing a super smartphone, the BlackBerry Torch 9800. Read on to find out if the Torch 9800 really is “the best BlackBerry ever” released by RIM. Design If you are a...

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Turn your iPad into a netbook with ClamCase

When the iPad came out, people think that it would never replace your notebook. Probably it won’t but with the ClamCase, it will come close to doing it. The ClamCase is a keyboard case for the iPad which will turn the it into a makeshift netbook. You probably won’t use its chiclet keyboard most of the time but it would still make a...

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The skinny on Intel’s next generation Core 2011 processors

It’s the start of the year and just like the tick-tock of a clock, Intel has officially announced their latest processor codenamed Sandy Bridge. These 2nd generation Intel Core processors are based on 32nm microarchitecture which was also used by the previous Westmere-based processors in the second half of 2010, but with a cleaner...

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SMART introduced ‘Pasaload’ Application on Facebook

The Official Pasaload Application of SMART (Smart Communications, Inc.) can now be accessed on Facebook. Through this web application, smart users can pass a load without clicking the keypads of their phones. Instead, you can send load to your family, friends and loved ones online while you are surfing the net. The newest and...

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Apple’s Mac App Store opens with 1,000 apps

Mac users can now enjoy the same benefits of its mobile siblings when it comes to downloading and updating apps from the internet. The Mac App Store is similar to the iTunes App Store but with applications built specifically for the Mac. It is built right into the OS already which you can also get as part of the recent OS X update...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia arc looks like a winner

Jan 06, 11 Sony Ericsson Xperia arc looks like a winner

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Tech News

We knew Sony Ericsson knows how to design good-looking phones. However, their past Android phones were marred with an outdated OS making them an unpopular choice for smartphone buyers. With the unveiling of their new Xperia arc at CES 2011 though it’s clear that SE is back in the Android game. The Xperia arc has a drool-inducing...

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Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb appears at CES 2011

Jan 06, 11 Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb appears at CES 2011

Posted by in Gadgets, Mobile, Tech News

2011 is shaping up to be the year of the tablet. With the handful of tablet in different shapes and sizes being shown at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Based on this sneak peek video, Google’s tablet-centric Android 3.0 (codenamed Honeycomb) is looking to be the most promising OS for a tablet. Pretty exciting...

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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm makes it worth your while

Jan 06, 11 World of Warcraft: Cataclysm makes it worth your while

Posted by in Featured, Gaming, Reviews

Any dormant World of Warcraft players out there? World of Warcraft: Cataclsym is the third expansion of this massive multiplayer online role-playing game. It has been released in December last year and you might be wondering if it’s time to dust off that old character and unleash hell against the Alliance or the Horde in the wake...

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Lenovo showcased an improved IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

Last year at CES 2010, Lenovo revealed their IdeaPad U1 Hybrid which is a netbook with a detachable display that you can use separately as a tablet. This year at CES 2011, Lenovo reintroduced a better and improved version of their U1 Hybrid. It works the same as the first version but with better specs. It still runs on Windows when...

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