Saturday, 27 November 2010


Dell is now offering up their Dell Streak –touch tablet with full phone functionality– in a great new color. Dell has also gone ahead and updated the device to Android 2.2 Froyo OS, it previously ran Android 1.6. The new color launched for the Dell Streak US customers is Cherry Red, the color was launched in the UK a few weeks ago when Dell dropped prices for the 5-inch touch tablet, but the color was really first spotted in Japan.
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All you Apple iPad owners out there here is a special deal for you. The Acase Premium Series Leather Slimline Carrying Case in Black for Apple iPad is available for a limited time for just $9.95. A total discount of $30.04 or 75% off and the leather case ships for Free. Check out the case now while supplies last.
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Fujitsu just got done with their own two-day European forum in Munich called simply “Visit 2010″. At this event Fujitsu basically showed off some new things that the company is currently working on bring to the market for enterprise and regular consumers. However in all the sell-promotion a single tablet was shown off in it’s own private display.
To keep things interesting Fujitsu didn’t give away all the details for the upcoming tablet. However a rep did state that the 10-inch Windows 7 tablet would be coming to market in early 2011, and that’s about all he said. Some guests at the forum took two snapshots and notebookitalia even got some video footage. Check out the pics and the very very short video below.


ACER UNVEILS AMD BASED WINDOWS 7 10-INCH TABLET COMING EARLY 2011  posted about the new 7-inch and 10-inch Acer Android tablets that are coming in April of 2011, but now let’s look at a 10-inch Windows 7 tablet that is coming in February of 2011. The yet to be named/priced tablet is said by Acer to run on a AMD chip and come with Windows 7 OS.
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ASUS introduced the Asus U36 ultra-portable computer. It is based on the Intel Calpella platform and has a dual heat pipe cooler. The Asus U36 laptop is packs a 13.3-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and an aluminum-magnesium alloy shell that is only 19mm thick and weighs 1.44kg.
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Friday, 26 November 2010


Happy  Black Friday Buy.Compaq Mini CQ10-405DX and the Compaq Mini CQ10-525DX two mini netbooks by Compaq which are currently selling on
Packed with a Microsoft Windows 7 OS the new net-books are available with an Intel processor frequency of 1.66 GHz, Intel GMA 3150 integrated graphics, 1GB of DDR2 RAM.
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Cheap Web Hosting, Web Hosting Promo Code
Shopping for web hosting packages this black friday? During this holida sales, you can expect great sale for consumer products, electronics and even web hosting services too! This is a great time to signup to web hosting package and grab their black friday sales & promotion!
We work on our top 10 web hosting for black friday sales, and here it is:
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Why Dell Inspiron 17R is the best?

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The newly designed Inspiron 17R is the latest 17.3-inch desktop-replacement notebook from Dell. Equipped with the Intel Core i3 and i5 processors with Intel GMA HD graphics, this budget-friendly system is aimed at the masses. In this review we take an in-depth look at this new system and see how it performs.

Dell Inspiron 17R
(N7010) Specifications:

  • Intel Core i3 370M processor (2.4GHz, 3MB cache)
  • 17.3-inch 1600x900 display with LED backlighting
  • Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
  • 4GB DDR3 memory
  • 500GB 5400rpm HDD
  • Intel HD integrated graphics
  • 10/100 Ethernet, 802.11n wireless, and Bluetooth
  • 6-cell Li-ion 48Wh battery
  • Dimensions: 16.54 x 10.87 x 1.24-1.38-inches
  • Weight: 6.67lbs starting
  • MSRP: $679

Build and Design
The newly redesigned Inspiron 17R offers a much cleaner and sleeker look and feel compared to past models. Similar to the Adamo-series, the layout has a hinge-forward design with the screen positioned just slightly in front of the back edge of the chassis. This has the added benefit of moving the screen closer to the keyboard and bringing the action to you. The outside appearance of the new 17R is very stylish, with a faux-brushed metal screen cover. The look gives the appearance of metal, although with an easier to clean painted surface. This look it also shared inside the notebook, with the palmrest and keyboard trim.

Build quality is great with a strong chassis and very durable feeling plastic. Even with its large footprint, the thin chassis resist flex and doesn't creak when you lift it up from the corners. The keyboard and palmrest both have more than adequate support, and don't sag under strong pressure. The screen cover has moderate protection for the LCD, with only strong pressure to the back of the panel causing ripples. The large 17.3-inch screen has no problem staying put with two strong hinges that get the display into position and hold it without any wiggle.

Users looking to upgrade the Inspiron 17R will find it easy through one access panel on the bottom of the notebook. With a few Phillips head screws removed, you gain access to the system memory and hard drive. Components like the wireless card and processor require more disassembly to get at.

Ports and Features

For a budget 17-inch desktop-replacement the Inspiron 17R offers plenty of inputs. We counted three USB 2.0 ports, one eSATA/USB connection, HDMI and VGA-out , audio jacks, and Ethernet. It also featured a SDHC-card reader, but an ExpressCard slot was missing.

Front: Activity lights

Rear: DC-input, one USB 2.0,
VGA-out, one USB 2.0

Left: One USB 2.0,
audio jacks, HDMI-out,
SDHC-card slot

Right: Optical drive, eSATA/USB
combo port, LAN, Kensington Lock slot

Screen and Speakers
The main attraction to the Inspiron 17R is its large and rather spacious 17.3" display. The display comes in 1600x900 resolution only, with a glossy or glare-type surface. We didn't find the reflections or glare to be as bad as all-glass style panels, but it was still greater than matte finishes. For a budget system the screen rates slightly above average with a strong backlight, measuring a peak of 215nit with our Gossen Mavo-Monitor light meter. The brightness was a bit low for outdoor viewing, but worked quite well under bright office lighting.

We also measured screen contrast as being 215:1 with an average darkness of 0.98nit and minimal backlight bleed around the edges. Color quality was good, although maybe not as vivid as more recent multimedia-oriented systems. Vertical viewing angles were good to about 15-20 degrees before colors started to sharply invert. Horizontal viewing angles were better, staying true to about 60 degrees off-center before reflections started to overpower the panel.

Keyboard and Touchpad
The keyboard on the Inspiron 17R is a cross between a Chilet and standard keyboard. The tops of each key are flat with sharp edges, but instead of an inner-bezel they broaden out to meet the sides of other keys. This design is comfortable to type on, although it lacks some of the cupping that is nice to have to center your fingers over each key as you type. The layout is full-size with numberpad, which doesn't feel in any way cramped with the large width of this laptop. The only complaint I have with this keyboard are the directional keys, which are micro-sized for a keyboard this big. They are roughly equal in size to the function keys on the top row. I am guessing it was done this way to maximize the size of the palmrest and get users to use the numberpad for direction keys.

The touchpad is a spacious Synaptics model, which thankfully doesn't incorporate buttons below the touch-sensitive surface. The response times of the touchpad were excellent, exhibiting no lag whatsoever in our testing. The surface texture was a light matte finish that was easy to glide over with a dry or slightly damp fingertip. The touchpad supported multitouch gestures which worked well and with the external buttons, didn't interfere with normal operation of the cursor. The touchpad buttons offered shallow feedback, but they did have slightly more travel than other short-throw buttons. When pressed they emitted a very soft click that didn't make your presence known in a medium to large-sized room.

Performance and Benchmarks
System performance on the Dell Inspiron 17R was great thanks to the Intel Core i3 and i5 processor selection, as well as Intel GMA HD graphics. While our review sample was a budget-oriented configuration, Dell does offer a dedicated graphics option with the ATI Radeon HD5470 and 1GB of VRAM. On compatible systems this option adds $100 to the purchase price.

Overall we were very pleased with the performance of the 17R in our tests. Our base configuration included the Intel Core i3 370M with 4GB of DDR3 memory, and a 500GB 5400RPM hard drive. After a partial cleaning of pre-installed software, the system was quick to respond and handled most of the tasks we asked of it. The Inspiron 17R handles office productivity applications as well as any web-browsing without a problem. Although playing most modern games is out of the question with the Intel integrated graphics, the 17R had no trouble streaming HD video or playing locally stored 720P and 1080P videos.  For a "budget" system the Inspiron 17R offered plenty of power.

wPrime processor comparison results (lower scores mean better performance):


PCMark05 measures overall system performance (higher scores mean better performance):


PCMark Vantage measures overall system performance (higher scores mean better performance):

3DMark06 measures gaming performance (higher scores mean better performance):


CrystalDiskMark storage drive performance test:

Heat and Noise
Throughout our testing the Inspiron 17R handled heat very well without excessive noise or hot spots. The large chassis handled the Intel Core i3 370M processor with its GMA HD graphics with ease, spreading out the thermal load over a large area. Under normal use the fan stayed off, only coming on in short bursts to cool the heatsink. The fan was very quiet at low speeds, and just above a whisper at high speed. Under a full load while performing benchmarks, the system reached a maximum of 88F on the top edge of the keyboard.

Battery Life
The Dell Inspiron 17R comes standard with a 48Wh 6-cell battery, which worked surprisingly well in our tests. An optional 9-cell 90WH battery is also offered with some configurations if you needed extended runtime. In our tests with the screen brightness reduced to 70%, wireless active and refreshing a webpage ever 60 seconds, and Windows set to the Balanced profile, the Inspiron 17R stayed on for 3 hours and 43 minutes. For a 17.3-inch notebook on a mid-sized battery this was a pretty good time and should easily get you through a few classes or meetings if you so desire.

For shoppers interested in an affordable 17-inch desktop replacement notebook, the Dell Inspiron 17R is a very good choice. Starting at $499, the 17R offers the latest Intel Core processors, Intel GMA HD integrated graphics, optional ATI HD4570 dedicated graphics, and optional Intel Wi-Di for viewing HD movies wirelessly. The new design looks great, with equally impressive build quality inside and out. The full-size keyboard was very comfortable to type on, with a design that crossed between standard and Chilet-style. Overall we were very impressed by all the features of the Inspiron 17R and highly recommend it if you are in the market for a large laptop.


  • Stylish looks
  • Very good build quality
  • Comfortable keyboard and touchpad


  • Some options not available on all configurations

Thursday, 25 November 2010


Here are list of IOS 4.2 DIRECT DOWNLOAD LINKS
As you may have read already, iOS 4.2 is out for all the iDevices. The download link in this article is for the firmware upgrade for the iPod touch 3rd generation, but we will also mention the links to download the firmware upgrade for the rest of the iDevices.

iPod touch 4th generation (608.7 MB)

iPod touch 2nd generation (346.8 MB)

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You probably have heard about Playstation Phone. The news spread about a month ago that Sony is producing a Playstation device with phone functionality. The gadget is produced by Sony Ericsson.

Playstation phone specification:
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Monday, 22 November 2010


Currently Android Toshiba Tablet Folio 100 became available in European markets like Britain, Spain, and Germany. knows when to go to Indonesia? cried too, if entered into our indoneisa so many options and would be able to compete with other tablets currently available in the market such as apple ipad Indonesia, samsung galaxy tablet tab and local android Handroid Pad CSL MI700.
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Sunday, 21 November 2010

Siemens GreenTouchscreen® - Higher Education

The Siemens GreenTouchscreen® is an interactive kiosk that tracks energy usage in real time, and provides awareness of your school's "Green" and sustainability efforts. Students, faculty, staff and visitors to your facility use the GreenTouchscreen® interface, typically placed in a lobby or other public area, to view specific live data related to the building’s energy usage, visualize its carbon footprint, learn interesting facts about Green Buildings and much more.
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Nokia World's first ice touchscreen virtually burns

IT BRINGS a whole new meaning to freeze frame. A team at Nokia in Finland has created one of the unlikeliest computer displays yet - the world's first ice touchscreen.

It is not a practical device, of course, but the screen is being seen as a step towards an era in which the surfaces around us gain computing capabilities (see "What is ubiqitous computing?").Nokia World's first ice touchscreen virtually burns
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Monday, 15 November 2010

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Features

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Features
Android 2.3 Gingerbread Features
Google's method of rapidly and regularly dishing out updates to their Android platform is a great way to get people more and more excited about their smartphone platform. But its negative effect is that existing owners of Android phones (other than the Nexus One) crib and cry about the delays till an update comes to their phone. For example, owners of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 have gotten their Android 2.1 update just now, something Google had put out to the world in the beginning of January 2010.
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Eric Schmidt teases Nexus S with Gingerbread

Google CEO Eric Schmidt At the Web 2.0 Summit held in San Francisco,  Nexus S with Gingerbread Google CEO Eric Schmidt showed off an mysterious non-branded smartphone running Google Android OS. It didn't take much scratching to figure out that Schmidt actually showed off heavily anticipated Samsung Nexus S which we believed would be branded as Nexus S only. Also Schmidt announced that Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is just few weeks away. Seems like the top cat just peeked out of the coat. Nexus S with Gingerbread
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Rockmelt Browser Beta Download

We are still waiting for new Browser Social Media, Rockmelt Browser Beta Download, it is all In an include All Social media,Yesterday, new browser RockMelt entered a limited Mac and Windows beta with hopes of capitalizing on your favorite social networks.
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Friday, 12 November 2010

True Galaxy S Successor in Feb 2011

Galaxy S Successor  in Feb 2011

These specifications might change when the actual product is launched. The noteworthy feature over here is the 1080p video capture and playback. Dated for release in February 2011, this smartphone is most likely to be shown at Mobile World Congress 2011 scheduled from February 14-17.True Galaxy S Successor
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Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate USB 3.0 64 GB

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate USB 3.0 64 GB
Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate USB 3.0 64 GB
USB Flash drives are known for their portability, but the capacity and speed were always found lacking. While a few have managed to get them up to speeds like portable USB 2.0 hard drives and with eSATA interface, this has largely been a neglected area. Now with the advent of USB 3.0, we have a chance to get past this hindrance and really fast USB Flash drives are finally seeing the light of the day.Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate USB 3.0 64 GB
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Review Update X10 Mini Pro Android 2.1

Review Update X10 Mini Pro Android 2.1

Review Update X10 Mini Pro Android 2.1
Review Update X10 Mini Pro Android 2.1  .the old OS will no longer be a problem later this year, as Sony Ericsson has just announced that the Xperia X10 phones would all be updated to Android 2.1 in the fourth quarter.

The three handsets use Sony Ericsson’s customized UXP (UX platform) on top of Android,
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RockMelt New browser oozes into beta

RockMelt New browser  oozes into beta
Little has been known about stealth start-up RockMelt except that it's a browser, specifically (and yet ambiguously) a "Facebook browser," and it's backed by browser godfather Marc Andreessen. Well, now RockMelt has crept out of the woodwork into a limited beta for Mac and Windows, and the world can get a peek at it.RockMelt New browser  oozes into beta
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History Here launches for Windows Phone 7

History Here launches for Windows Phone 7
History Here launches for Windows Phone 7 
The History Here app costs $2.99.

Attention all history buffs. The History Channel, which is now simply called "History," has made its entry into the Windows Phone marketplace with History Here, a location-based app that combines GPS with historical content to a "mobile guidebook."
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Microsoft mocks Apple in new 'PC and Mac' ad

Remember how  Apple used to laugh at Microsoft for years and years?thats why Microsoft mocks Apple in new 'PC and Mac' ad 
You know, there was that portly chap in the glasses who couldn't quite get anything right and secretly marveled at Apple's ability to both be very clever and, well, attract a very high class of sleeping partner?
Well, Microsoft has decided to try its hand at handing it to Apple.
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Friday, 5 November 2010

Google Instant Goes Mobile

Google Instant Goes Mobile ..
Google Instant, the query prediction technology introduced by Google in September, has made it to mobile devices as promised.
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Apple sending Xserve to giant server farm in the sky

Apple sending Xserve to giant server farm in the sky ,After more than eight years on the market, Apple is euthanizing the Xserve. On January 31, 2011, Apple will stop selling the Mac server hardware, though support will continue for the three companies that have purchased Xserves. We're just kidding; there are plenty of admins who are undoubtedly surprised and disappointed by the news. Apple is offering one small consolation: the Mac Pro Server.
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BlackBerry PlayBook App Development in New RIM Webcast

BlackBerry PlayBook App Development in New RIM Webcast
Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion seems determined to have as many applications as possible available for the launch of its newly unveiled BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC, and the company has just announced plans to unveil more info on what building apps for the tablet PC is all about in a webcast today 
The new “Develop for the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR” webcast is aimed mainly at offering developers the possibility to learn some more info on what installing the SDK and coming up with applications for the slate involve.

“We’ll have both Research In Motion (RIM) and Adobe experts on hand to take you through the process and answer your questions during our Q&A period,” a recent post on the company's blog reads.

According to the blog, Prosanta Bhattacherjee, Application Development Consultant, Research In Motion Limited, and Renaun Erickson, Adobe Developer Evangelist, Adobe Systems Incorporated, will be there to talk about app development for the PlayBook.

At the same time, the blog post notes that this is only the first webcast from five-week series aimed at enabling developers to come up with compelling applications for the new platform.

The plan is to cover new things each and every week, and more advanced topics will be covered as things move forward.

The Canadian mobile phone maker also announced not too long ago that developers who get their PlayBook apps approved for the Blackberry App World before the tablet PC becomes official are eligible for a free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.

The webcast is aimed both at ramping up the development of applications for the new device, as well as at enabling more developers to benefit from the aforementioned offer.

“Our goal is to make the development process as easy as possible, so you can qualify for the free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet offer,” the said blog post continues.

More info on the matter, as well as details on what developers have to do to register for the webcast, are available on RIM's said blog page, here.

White BlackBerry Bold 9780 incoming

New White BlackBerry Bold 9780 incoming.going to be a white Christmas in more ways than one
The sleek black BlackBerry Bold 9780, which T3 did a hands-on with yesterday will be available in a smart white version from Monday, 8 November at the Carphone Warehouse.
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Tuesday, 2 November 2010


2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 2100

Dimensions: 116 x 60.9 x 10.9 mm

Weight: 139 g

Display Type:
TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size: 480 x 854 pixels, 3.7 inches
- Touch-sensitive navigation controls
- Multi-touch input method
- Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off

Alert types: Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Speakerphone: Yes
- 3.5 mm audio jack

Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photo call
Call records Practically unlimited
Internal 150 MB storage, 256 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM
Card slot microSD, up to 32GB, 8GB card included
Data GPRS Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
EDGE Class 12
3G HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, DLNA
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
Infrared port No
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0

Primary 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, Xenon flash
Features Geo-tagging, image stabilization
Video: Yes, 720p at 24fps
Secondary No

OS Android OS, v2.1 (Eclair)
CPU ARM Cortex A8 720 MHz processor
Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, IM, Push Email
Browser: HTML
Radio: Stereo FM radio with RDS
Games: Downloadable
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Via third party application
- Digital compass
- MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC+ player
- MP4/WMV/H.263/H.264 player
- TV-out (720p video) via HDMI port
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- Google Search, Maps, Gmail
- YouTube, Google Talk
- Document viewer
- Photo viewer/editor
- Face tagging
- Organizer
- T-DMB TV tuner
- Voice memo
- T9

Standard battery, Li-Po 1390 mAh
Stand-by (2G) / Up to 200 h (3G)
Talk time (2G) / Up to 8 h 40 min (3G)

Monday, 1 November 2010

Rich Skrenta Profil

Richard "Rich" Skrenta (b.1967 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a computer programmer and Silicon Valley entrepreneur. In 1982, as a high school student at Mt. Lebanon High School, Skrenta wrote the Elk Cloner virus that infected Apple II machines. It is widely believed to be the first large-scale self-spreading personal computer virus ever created.[1]
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Blekko search Engine Launched Today With Pictures

Blekko search Engine Launched Today With Pictures. Start-ups and big companies alike have tried to take on Google by building a better search engine. That they have failed has not stopped brave new entrants.
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Stephen Burns

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