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The Motorola Clutch i465 will be available sometime this summer from Sprint for $39.99 with a new two-year service agreement, $20 instant rebate, and $50 mail-in rebate (excluding taxes). This new phone is a rugged model with a candy bar form factor. It’s also the first device to combine Nextel Direct Connect... Read more...
We're not entirely sure if this is the mythical "quadruple play" bundle that cable companies had in mind, but whatever the case, it works for Comcast. With mobile broadband usage on the rise and pay-TV seeming less and less potent with the... Read more...
Dell is trying to pull a fast one on the competition by getting ahead on the valuable back-to-school notebook frenzy, only this time with netbooks. The company is offering schools the opportunity to take up on their Latitude 2100 netbooks together with private cloud computing software supplied by Stoneware. The... Read more...
Video:Sapphire HD 4730 512 MB @ techPowerUpProcessors:AMD TWKR Edition CPU Preview @ OCCAMD Phenom II TWKR Black Edition @ NeoseekerAMD Phenom II 42 TWKR Black Edition Processor @ Legit ReviewsSystems:Acer Aspire Timeline 4810T-8480 Notebook @ TweaktownCases, Cooling & Misc.:Gelid Solutions GC-Extreme Thermal... Read more...
It's somewhat hard to believe, but Sony's iconic and downright legendary Walkman turned 30 this year. Three decades ago, Sony's craftsmanship propelled a bulky, one-trick audio player onto the portable scene, sparking a revolution that continues... Read more...
Micron Technology announced the mass production of new NAND flash memory products using a 34-nanometer process technology. In coordination with the announcement, Lexar, a subsidiary of Micron, announced plans to take advantage of the new 34nm NAND... Read more...
Semiconductor process technologies keep on shrinking, and while we've heard of Intel and rivals talk up 32nm, it's 34nm making the news today. According to rumors that are getting harder and harder to ignore, Intel will soon be launching a new range of solid state drives based on its 34nm NAND chips. How soon... Read more...
It probably comes as no surprise, but it seems most people ignore routine computer maintenance and only think about it when disaster strikes. You know, like falling victim to more than 3,000 viruses. At once. A survey done of Staples "EasyTechs,"... Read more...
DRAM and storage-device maker Mushkin has announced their entry into the graphics card market with the release of no more than nine Nvidia-based graphics cards. The new graphics cards will be branded ultimateFX and start off with a very tame GTX 260 card, but work all the way up to a 2GB GeForce GTX285. Included... Read more...
Asus has been busy of late introducing a few versions of its Eee PC Seashell, but it's taking a break from the notebook business in order to showcase a new WLAN router. The RT-N16 is a wireless-N router that does quite a bit more than just transmit Internet signals from your broadband modem to your Wi-Fi enabled... Read more...
Within the enthusiast scene, there exists an elite group of overclockers who push the limits of hardware to the breaking point. With the help of phase change coolers, dry ice, liquid nitrogen and even liquid helium, these enthusiasts achieve the... Read more...
The Pirate Bay, the world's most notorious BitTorrent tracking site, has faced the brunt of legal battles of late. Specifically, this includes the founders of The Pirate Bay, Frederik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg and Peter Sunde, as well as Carl Lundstrom, who provided financing, all of who were found guilty of... Read more...
Introducing the Thecus N7700SAS NAS ServerBrand new 7-bay NAS with powerful business-class performance and expandability 06/30/2009 – Thecus, the leader in digital storage, today announced the availability of its latest 7-bay NAS server, the N7700SAS. Offering massive storage capacity and cutting-edge technology... Read more...
While there's no denying that the solid state drive arena is still growing (in leaps and bounds, we'd argue), Super Talent has yet to become a huge brand name that measures up to the likes of WD and Seagate in terms of name recognition. That said... Read more...
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