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Eee PC 1005HA Seashell review
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 03 July 2009 11:32

From CNet UK:

What is it: 10.1-inch netbook with long battery life.

What we think: Strong design and fantastic battery life make this a great netbook.

Iomega eGo 320GB pocket external hard drive
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 02 July 2009 12:29

Review by Reg Hardware:

Iomega has re-invented its eGo portable hard drives, opting for a 'value-added' theme: when you purchase the 'PS' (Protection Suite) edition of an eGo, you get a bundle of backup and data security software included, plus slimmer, ruggedised hardware and the promise of a three-year warranty.

Computers could soon be heating buildings - IBM
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 30 June 2009 12:06

From Computer Weekly:

Technology is being tested that allows heat generated by computers to warm offices and homes.

Plug-sized PCs arrive in UK
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 08:32

From PC Pro:

A new type of PC which is incorporated into a conventional three-point plug is being released in the UK.

The Plug Computer is based on a platform developed by US semiconductor firm, Marvell.

WD 2TB Caviar Black appears on promo card
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 22 June 2009 10:05

From The Register:

Western Digital could be set to add a 2TB model to its Caviar Black range, if a picture of a promotion card in Japan is to be believed.

Why Doesn't Anyone Want a Blu-ray Player?
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 19 June 2009 13:00
Blu-ray may have won the war against HD-DVD, but American consumers aren't exactly warming to the high-definition disc format.

Jeff Bertolucci
Jun 18, 2009 11:29 am
PC World

According to a new Harris Poll, more U.S. homes have a Blu-ray or HD-DVD player compared to a year ago, but adoption is slow. Only 7 percent of Americans own a Blu-ray player, up from 4 percent in 2008; while 11 percent have an HD-DVD unit, up from 6 percent a year ago.

I suspect that HD-DVD's slightly higher popularity is due to the fact that HD-DVD players were cheaper than their Blu-ray competitors, and hence were more appealing to early adopters. Of course, now that HD-DVD has gone the way of Betamax, it's certain to fade away quickly.

The popularity of high-def physical media gets a boost if you factor in the 9 percent of U.S. consumers who own a Sony PlayStation 3, which plays Blu-ray discs too. Still, consumers' lack of interest in Blu-ray is bad news for proponents of the HD disc format. Only 7 percent of survey respondents who don't own a Blu-ray player say they're likely to buy a Blu-ray unit within the next year, down from 9 percent in May 2008. [Comments...]
Intel Core i7 975 Extreme
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 11 June 2009 12:52

From Reg Hardware:

Review Intel launched its new Core i7 975 Extreme on the first day of Computex and now it’s time to put this über processor through its paces.

The 10 Dumbest Tech Products So Far
Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 10 June 2009 11:18

Awful wearable PCs, gaming systems that made you sick, free handhelds no one would take, and more. What'll they think of next?

Dan Tynan, PC World
Jun 9, 2009 7:45 pm

Why, Oh, Why Were These Tech Gadgets Made?

New Coke. Chia pets. Ashton Kutcher. All are bad ideas that should have been snuffed out before they emerged into public consciousness. All are things that make you scratch your head and say, "What in God's name were they thinking?" [Comments...]
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