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Sony delivers floppy disk's last rites

Steven Musil CNET News 04/27/2010
Grey market iPads selling like hot cakes across Asia

Apple has not yet officially launched the iPad in Asia, but that hasn't stopped a booming "grey market" trade in the world's most talked-about high-tech gadget.

Sony delivers floppy disk's last rites

The days of the 3.5-inch floppy disk are now officially numbered. Sony, which boasts 70 percent of the anemic market, announced Friday that it would end Japanese sales of the ancient storage medium in March 2011, according to a report in the Mainichi Daily newspaper.

99 year-old loves her first computer - an iPad

Michael Grothaus The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) 04/24/2010

Where to buy Apple's 16-gigabyte WiFi iPad in Hong Kong

Miguel Gonzalez Jr. The Wall Street Journal 04/21/2010
99 year-old loves her first computer - an iPad

Virginia Campbell, a 99-year-old woman from Lake Oswego, has finally bought her first computer -- an Apple iPad.

Where to buy Apple's 16-gigabyte WiFi iPad in Hong Kong

The place: G-World Mobile, 1/F Sincere House Commercial Podium, Mongkok, Hong Kong

Microsoft unveil HP Slate just weeks before launch of Apple tablet

Microsoft and HP have unveiled a new touch-screen tablet computer they hope will overshadow a similar device that Apple is expected to launch this month.

Lenovo Unveils MultiTouch Netbook Tablet and Core i7 Ideapads

LAS VEGAS—Lenovo continues to roll out new laptops at CES 2010. The company has launched its first convertible netbook tablet and updated its 14 and 15.6-inch Ideapads with Intel Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 technology.

Google Chrome OS-based netbook tech specs are out

Mark Davies IBTimes.com 12/29/2009
Google Chrome OS-based netbook tech specs are out

Believe it or not - the tech specs of the rumoured Google Chrome OS-based netbook are already out and by the sound of it, the netbook looks to me like a high performance machine.

New HP Mini Netbook Delivers a Big Visual Experience with NVIDIA ION

NVIDIA and HP shook up the PC market today with the introduction of a new 11.6-inch netbook that delivers many of the capabilities of a full-sized notebook. The HP Mini 311 takes advantage of NVIDIA(R) ION(R) graphics to deliver a big visual experience with HD video, accelerated video editing, and support for casual gaming in a small, sleek package.

Toshiba Introduces High-Capacity 640GB 2.5-Inch HDD

Toshiba Storage Device Division 09/02/2009
Toshiba Introduces High-Capacity 640GB 2.5-Inch HDD

Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD), the pioneer in small form factor hard disk drives (HDDs), today announced a new series of 5,400 RPM 2.5-inch HDDs offering up to 640GB(1) of capacity. With demands for storage at an all-time high, Toshiba's new MKxx65GSX 2.5-inch HDD lineup is an attractive solution for an array of computing applications from notebooks to all-in-one desktop and EnergyStar(R) PCs, which can benefit from lower power consumption without sacrificing storage capacity.

Toshiba Introduces High-Capacity 640GB Portable Hard Drive for Backing Up Digital Memories and Valuable Personal Data

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.'s Storage Device Division (SDD), the industry pioneer in small form factor hard disk drives (HDDs), today introduced a 640GB(1) model to its personal storage line, responding to consumer needs for robust storage space in an intuitive, easy-to-use backup solution for the exponential amounts of digital content they are amassing.

Duo is extremely compact, durable, and easily transportable

Duo, from KCI Communications, Inc., incorporates next generation technology to convert almost any laptop or desktop LCD, 17" and under, to a touch screen. Using patented technology combining Ultrasonic waves and infrared rays, the Duo instantly turns an ordinary laptop into a tablet without losing any functionality.

New Sony Notebook Delivers Stunning Blu-ray Entertainment at Entry-Level Price

Sony today unveiled the VAIO(R) NW notebook -- a new line of PCs that provide a powerful high-definition experience while starting at just $800 for the standard model and $880 equipped with Blu-ray Disc(TM) technology.

G.E.’s Breakthrough Can Put 100 DVDs on a Disc

STEVE LOHR The New York Times 04/28/2009

District cyber centres to open

news.gov.hk 02/22/2009
Brian Lawrence leads G.E.’s holographic storage program.

General Electric says it has achieved a breakthrough in digital storage technology that will allow standard-size discs to hold the equivalent of 100 DVDs.

District cyber centres to open

A district cyber centre pilot scheme has been launched to help young people from low-income families access information and communications technology and online services.

AMD and Intel trade overclocking records

Charlie Demerjian The Inquirer 02/05/2009
One from Intel, one from AMD, can you tell?

SINCE AN OVERCLOCKING event a few months ago, there has been an almighty pissing match between the two performance gurus at AMD and Intel. During CES, we managed to get the two of them together for some quality time and occasional mayhem.

Dell Releases XPS One 24 Product (Red) Desktop For Charity

Austin-based manufacturer Dell has announced that its XPS One 24 all in one desktop will be available for sale in the UK under the Product (Red) banner which will help fight HIV/AIDS in Africa through donations.

HP Mini 700: Free on contract with Orange

Nate Lanxon Crave 02/04/2009
HP Mini 700: Free on contract with Orange

Want a free netbook with wireless broadband? Orange has two new laptops available on pay monthly plans: the HP Compaq Mini 700 for £30 a month, and the Toshiba L300 for £35 a month. Both include wireless broadband and 3GB of data allowance per month.

Virus strikes 15 million PCs

A virulent computer virus has infected more than 15 million computers around the world so far, British experts say.

Mac OS X Trojan Found In Pirated iWork 09

Thomas Claburn Information Week 01/23/2009
 
Mac OS X Trojan Found In Pirated iWork 09

Mac security software company Intego on Wednesday said it had identified previously unknown Trojan software that affects computers running Mac OS X.

 
 

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