Blackberry Storm experiences 0.75 firmware updates

December 29, 2008 – 6:45 am | by Steve Blackberry Storm experiences 0.75 firmware updates

Those of you interested in mobile phones must have been following the release of Blackberry Storm. Users had mix reviews about the use of the product, but for now, they should think again as the device runs with 4.7.0.75 firmware.

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Touch-HD by HTC available now

December 12, 2008 – 7:57 am | by Steve Touch-HD by HTC available now

One of the best handsets by HTC ever seen, Touch-HD is an impressive Windows Mobile handset with a large 480×800 pixel screen with a 5 mega-pixel camera. As compared to the HTC Diamond, this one has really made its ground.  The Touch-HD features a GPS support system, through which it can be used with Google Maps or any other such application.

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Windows Vista SP2: Microsoft back with a bang

December 3, 2008 – 12:01 am | by Steve Windows Vista SP2: Microsoft back with a bang

Ladies and gentlemen, Microsoft proudly presents Windows Vista Service Pack 2. No wait! Lets have a quick flashback. With claims of Service Pack 1 still in beta version, god knows what Microsoft is trying to prove by launching SP2. Reports notify that Microsoft has announced SP2 to be released in April 2009 for manufacturing.

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Nokia N97 unleashes next gen cellular technology

December 2, 2008 – 9:07 am | by Steve Nokia N97 unleashes next gen cellular technology

Ok, if you are an ‘N-Series club‘ member, you’ve got something to party on. With the new Nokia N97, you get chic and tech in the same platter. The promising touch screen multimedia flagship aims to bring its user closer to the internet on the move and at the same time be in contest with Apple’s iPhone.

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Microsoft WARPs CPUs to GPUs

December 1, 2008 – 7:39 pm | by Steve Microsoft WARPs CPUs to GPUs

The latest feature announced that will be available or is planned for WIndows 7 is Windows Advanced Rasterization Platform 10 (WARP10). This apparently will enable your CPU to work as a GPU to render graphics. It will be fully compatible with DX10 and will act as a software rasterizer to possibly end the need for integrated graphics processors (IGPs).

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Next stop 64 GB Kingston USB Flash

December 1, 2008 – 7:09 pm | by Steve Next stop 64 GB Kingston USB Flash

Remember when we told you that Kingston was releasing a 32 GB USB pen drive? Well those days are long gone, or so Kingston would like us to think for they have just launched the 64 GB version in the same lineup, the DT 150 series. Now 32 GB was according to us almost as big as some hard disk drives but 64 GB is as big as many hard disk drives, especially HDDs located in laptops.

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Tritton Ax Pro headphones, geared for gaming

November 25, 2008 – 9:03 pm | by Steve Tritton Ax Pro headphones, geared for gaming

Anyone who plays games knows the importance of having a good audio set-up. This usually means having headphones as compared to speakers not only due to the clarity of sound that can be achieved but also to avoid disturbing other people. This is particularly applicable in LAN sessions where people are bunched together in a single room.

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Songbird, MediaMonkey – Alternatives to the usual suspects

November 24, 2008 – 7:52 am | by Steve Songbird, MediaMonkey – Alternatives to the usual suspects

If you like me get annoyed by the standard offerings available to all Windows users for the purpose of listening to their music collection. Most people know about WinAmp as the only real alternative to Windows Media Player and iTunes, however, recently a whole new crop of media applications have come to the fore and today we look at a couple of them.

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SanDisk iPod killer

November 21, 2008 – 2:11 pm | by Steve SanDisk iPod killer

Alright so the SanDisk Sansa Clip isn’t really likely to get rid of Apple iPods, but hey, its tempting to say it. The Sansa Clip will have 8 GB worth of memory and costs only $99. It costs about $30 more than the highest capacity iPod Shuffle (which costs $69) and has 4 times the memory size. The clip is removable and that is probably a strong selling point, seriously!

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HTC Max 4G, world’s first Wi-MAX + GSM phone

November 21, 2008 – 1:40 pm | by Steve HTC Max 4G, world’s first Wi-MAX + GSM phone

The HTC Max 4G is a cellphone/PDA based on Windows Mobile 6.1, that and it is the world’s first Wi-Max and GSM combo phone. This means that you could essentially get transfer rates of up to 70 Mb/s on a Wi-Max network. This beats all the hyped up phones that have been released. Unfortunately, if you live outside Russia you will have to miss out on this one.

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