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Smartphones and smartphones again

Daily when I open up my Google feed reader, I see every other post on every Tech blog about smartphones. I’ve started to feel as if I’m reading the spam. Every feed I look is about smart phone. The question is do I really need smartphone? If not, why do these blogs keep on reviewing [...]

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Archos 10s and Archos 13 laptops excites notebook market

Archos is a French Company known for its stylish electronic gadgets. Recently, Archos introduced two new notebook devices, the Archos 10s netbook and Archos 13 notebook. Both of them have invoked a stir in the PC market due to their unique features. Although Archos is competing with large companies such as Dell, HP and Acer [...]

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A Shining Star: Palm Pre Review

The iPhone competitor is here. Palm, once a giant handheld devices maker, has struck again with Palm Pre, their new smartphone. It is  ground-up designed to work with Web, while offering exciting multimedia features. With the all new WebOS, impressive multitasking abilities, an innovative menu design, full sized keyboard and impressive built quality makes it [...]

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Nvidia displays more Ion based devices

Nvidia Ion has become a great success in a short time, and many companies are moving in to produce more and more Ion based products. Recently at Computex 2009, Nvidia displayed as much as 21 Nvidia Ion based devices from different manufacturers. All of these devices are small form factor or Desktop PCs capable of [...]

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Tired up with installing applications One by One?

Are you tired up with always protecting your most needed applications programs. Most people feel it annoying to download individual programs they need to install, even to avid wasting time they prefer to have some of the essential software setups in USB sticks.

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What you can do with Visual-Studio 2010?

Innovation starts with imagination. Its next-generation of next-generation applications and  Microsoft is still leading the way with its recant beta release of Visual Studio 2010. The main goal of Visual Studio 2010 is to “democratize application life cycle management” by making it easier for developers, database pros, architects, and testers to work together in Visual [...]

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Increase you Storage Drives speed with VISTA

Your computer while running most of the common applications usually don’t end up blocking on available processor due to multi -core technology. But that’s not the case when there is some kind of I/O operation involved related to Hard-Drive or USB. If you are using an application that needs to read/write a lot of files, [...]

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Microsoft releases Windows Vista Service Pack 2

After much wait, Microsoft has finally released Windows Vista Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. It’s a single large update since the release of Windows Vista Service Pack 1. The aim of this update is to provide support for new and emerging hardware, and to provide all the updates since the [...]

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Lenovo IdeaPad S12 – First ION Based Netbook in the market

Lenovo officially announces, the first, to release the IdeaPad S12 Netbook featuring Nvidia ION Platform. After the great success of Acer’s Nettop, lenovo now announces to be the first to use Nvidia ION platform in the netbook. This will indeed be a revolutionary step towards low powered, portable, yet high performance netbooks.

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Apple Mac Tablet; Goodbye Kindle

Amazon recently released its Kindle and Kindle DX (May 6, 2009) which was a unique thing in the market and attracted many users. Some quick features of Kindle DX are 9.7″ diagonal display, can store up to 3500 books, thickness of just 0.38″ and have features like Wireless, Text-To-Speech, PDF support. All this was just [...]

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