Thursday, February 10th, 2011
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While the web is abuzz with rumours about iPad 2 and even iPad 3, HP has its own plans to wage a war on Apple with its webOS based tablet TouchPad and two new phones. At an event in San Francisco, the world’s largest technology company announced two new phones and a long-awaited tablet.
The HP TouchPad “has a 9.7-inch 1024×768 pixel display, a front-facing 1.3MP camera for video calling, a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, and 1GB of RAM. The webOS operating system first developed by Palm has been tailored to the new form factor and brings a very slick user interface. A WiFi-only version of the TouchPad will launch during the summer, but 3G and 4G models will be available at a later date,” informs Ryan Paul at Ars Technica.
We knew this was coming from HP when the company acquired Palm last year and as more and more hardware manufacturers jump on the race of tablet form factor. However, it remains to be seen whether the HP TouchPad will prove to be an “iPad killer” or if it will be DOA (Dead on Arrival) as Steve Jobs called the iPad rival tablets.
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Wednesday, December 15th, 2010
Paying for toner and ink cartridges has become a great concern for most businesses. According to the New York Times, printer ink is more valuable than many expensive perfumes and is one of the most expensive liquids on the earth. This is why the consumers are now more inclined towards using recycled original toner cartridges as a cost effective approach to their toner supplies.
Using recycled original toner cartridges instead of original cartridges is a great way to save money as the Rochester Institute of Technology states “buying a remanufactured product can cost customers 50% to 75% cheaper than a new product by Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).”
Recycled Original Brother DR6000 Drum Unit
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Friday, November 12th, 2010
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I have been discussing recently that if there’s any company that can challenge Google’s supremacy over the web, it’s Facebook. Well, the critics of this opinion might get some answers now as Facebook is possibly looking to kill Gmail with its secret Project Titan. Rumours are rife that Facebook is going to not only revamp its messages feature, but will also launch a complete web based email client with a personal @facebook.com email address for its users.
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010
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If you travel a lot and often run out of battery on your favourite gadgets like your iPhone, iPod, iPad or your other eBook reader, iHome’s new charging station may be the answer for you. iB969 allows you to charge a range of different devices all in one go. (more…)
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010
“The traditional Gatso speed camera, which could be replaced by the multi-function Asset system. Photograph: Mark Sykes/Alamy”
Next time you plan to ‘step on it’ while not wearing your seat belt or giving your new sports car’s turbo a test while chasing your friend’s super car, think again! A new speed camera designed to catch drivers committing up to five offences at the same time could be heading to Britain’s roads. (more…)
Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010
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For flexible, more close to the paper versions of books or newspapers, many designers and researchers have been thinking about flexible eBook readers and E-Paper. But for that technology to become a reality, extremely flexible display screens are the most important things. When we saw the concepts, it seemed we might not be able to witness actual products any time soon. However, a new 0.1mm thin colour AMOLED screen developed by Taiwanese researchers is flexible and is believed to be the thinnest AMOLED screen. (more…)
Monday, November 1st, 2010
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While attending a music festival or a football match at Wembley, you must have noticed that it’s almost impossible to get a connection on a mobile network. This problem reveals the present hurdles in the modern communication as networks are not strong enough to cater to a crowd of nearly a hundred thousand. While companies are trying their utmost to resolve this issue with advanced hardware, the desire to find alternate solutions is getting stronger.
The problem of having a big crowd can turn out to be a blessing with the new system, which allows members of the public carrying wearable sensors to form the backbone of new mobile Internet networks, being developed by researchers at Queen’s University Belfast. (more…)
Thursday, October 21st, 2010
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Back in April we were sad to bid farewell to the Floppy Disk as the optical disks killed the old magnetic diskettes. Well it seems that history is going to repeat itself with probably USB flash drives now killing optical disks. While CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays are here to stay for a while at least, it’s been ages since I last used an optical disk in my notebook. (more…)
Thursday, October 21st, 2010
Yesterday Apple announced several new products and services including the new MacBook Air, Mac OS X Lion, App Store for Mac, FaceTime for Mac and iPhoto ’11 at its Back to the Mac event in California. Here’s a summary of all the announcements made at the event.
The New MacBook Air
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The new MacBook Air line-up includes two models; 11.6-inch and 13.2-inch with prices £849 and £1099 respectively. (more…)
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010