Dell Studio Hybrid Pictures

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It seems that Dell has been hard at work making some cool and interesting new PCs. First the Dell E and now the Studio Hybrid. This new PC has an orange plexiglas shell, an Intel chipset, 4GB of RAM, 320GB hard drive, Wifi, DVD+R drive, 5 USB ports, HDMI, S/PDIF, DVI, and a memory card […]

AT&T Subsidizing the iPhone $325

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A recent analyst note from Opeenheimer claims that AT&T is subsidizing the iPhone $325, this is how Apple was able to reach such a low price on the iPhone 3G ($199 for 8GB and $299 for 16GB). This isn’t too far fetched, since AT&T was previously doing a revenue share deal with Apple monthly for […]

Netflix Removing Secondary Queues From Accounts

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Netflix is eliminating Profiles. That means if you have multiple queues on one account you should probably think about moving the DVDs from your secondary queues to your main one. The reason for doing this? “By discontinuing the feature, we will be able to put more focus and resources site and service improvements that benefit […]

Garmin Nuvifone Gets Pictured

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Laptop Mag had a chance to spend some time with the Garmin Nuvifone, and here’s a rundown of their impressions. Still a prototype so it didn’t have GPS or an internet connection yet The touchscreen is soft and non-reflective The keyboard seemed nice and it does have an auto complete function Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE Tri-band 3.5G […]

Adobe Has Flash Running on iPhone Simulator

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The blogosphere was all abuzz about this quote: We have a version that’s working on the emulation. This is still on the computer and you know, we have to continue to move it from a test environment onto the device and continue to make it work. So we are pleased with the internal progress that […]

Crysis Running On An Eee PC

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Now isn’t the Eee PC actually rendering the game but instead it is a new version of StreamMyGame which allows users to play games from their more powerful PCs on their lower end notebooks and desktops by streaming the video from the game over the network. Although I’ve never played Crysis I would guess that […]

Nvidia Introduces Geforce GTX 280 and GTX 260

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Nvidia has officially introduced its new Geforce GTX 280 and GTX 260 graphics cards. The GTX 280, which will be Nvidia’s new high end GPU, is supposed to be 50% faster then the 8800GX2 when in its overclocked AMP! Edition. The GTX 280 has 1GB of GDDR3 memory with a 512-bit memory interface, this means […]

Still No Power Adapter But It Should Be Here Today (I Hope) (update)

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Update: I received the power adapter at 11:30am and it is working great. Apple makes it very easy to send back my old one too, all I have to do is put it in the box that the new one came in rip off the label (underneath the shipping label is the return label), tape […]

Broken MacBook Power Adapter

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I won’t be posting as much today and tomorrow, the Magsafe power adapter for my MacBook isn’t working right. As you can see from these pictures, the plastic around the actual power cable has melted and because of that it no longer works. I called up Apple and they said they would send me a […]

Asus Eee PC 1000H Unbox

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TweakTown managed to purchase one of the brand new Asus Eee PC 1000H subnotebooks and unboxed it. The notebook has a 10″ display, an Intel Atom processor, and 802.11n. TweakTown will soon have a full review of the unit but for now here’s their unbox video: TweakTown

AMD Radeon 4850 Details Show Up on Amazon

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Amazon.com accidentally put the AMD Radeon 4850 graphics card on sale earlier then it was supposed to and because of that we now have some more information on the specs for the card. The Radeon 4850 will be priced at around $200. Amazon’s technical specifications: “ASIC: RV7000, 512MB Memory, GDDR3 Memory Configuration, 256-bit Memory Interface, […]

Dell Inspiron Mini Now Called “Dell E”

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What many have been calling the Dell Inspiron Mini has finally been revealed as the Dell E (not necessarily set in stone, but that is what they’re calling it). The new notebook line will come in two types, a 8.9″ model and a 12.1″ model called the “E Slim.” The E Slim looks like it […]


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