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TwitterPeek: A $99 handheld for Twitter, and only Twitter

By / November 8, 2009

From the makers of the Peek email only handheld device comes the TwitterPeek, a device that lets you keep tabs on the Twitterverse while on the move. On sale now at Amazon, the mobile device is priced at $99. Features of TwitterPeek include battery life of about 3 – 4 days, a QWERTY keyboard and… Read more

A review of Apple's Magic Mouse

By / November 8, 2009

Apple attempts to reinvent the mouse with its new Magic Mouse, which offers multi touch gestures and scrolling. However, with the magic mouse you lose a few useful features from Apple’s older mouse. The Magic Mouse is a wireless, Bluetooth mouse that is powered by batteries. It is easy to setup and configure and brings… Read more

Firefox surpasses IE6 in browser share

By / October 29, 2009

It has been a long time coming but Firefox has finally surpassed Internet Explorer 6 in market share. Standards advocates and designers have been trying for years to have IE6 removed, but somehow, due to those who just use the browser that comes with windows and choose never to update, it just has not died…. Read more

Make your Firefox more like Google Chrome with Pin Tabs

By / October 28, 2009

One of the best features or visual components of the Google Chrome browser are its tabs. Called pin tabs, they are compact tabs that are not very wide, barely the width of a favicon and allow the user to have a lot more tabs open compared to the standard fare in other browsers like Firefox…. Read more

Adobe releases Photoshop Elements 8

By / October 25, 2009

In the last week of September, Adobe announced the release of Photoshop Elements 8 which is the slightly lighter consumer oriented version of its photo editing software. For the Windows release Photoshop Elements 8 includes improved features such as people recognition, Photomerge Exposure that lets you take differently exposed photos of the same scene and… Read more

How to add a "copy path" option to the Windows context menu

By / October 24, 2009

If you are a windows user you may be familiar with the menu that appears when you right click on an object in Windows Explorer. This menu is called the context menu and it allows you to cut, copy, rename, send file to a specific source and rename. But what do you do if you… Read more

mSpot streaming Hollywood movies to mobile phones

By / October 17, 2009

mSpot, the US mobile entertainment company has begun streaming full length movies to mobile phones. The company stated that it has agreements with big name studios such as Paramount, Universal and Weinstein Co. Studios to bring these movies to users’ mobile phones. mSpot currently has over three hundred movies available for viewing including new movies… Read more

OnLive secures more funding, sees strong interest

By / October 14, 2009

OnLive is a cloud based service that aims to change the way people play video games stated that they have received a new round of funding and also said that interest from potential users has exceeded their expectations. OnLive declined to disclose how large the round of investments was, but CEO Steve Perlman had stated… Read more

Dell launches high-end, thin business PC

By / October 7, 2009

Dell recently unveiled its latest high-end, ultra thin business PC incorporating a fresh design to its range of enterprise computers. Dell calls its new Latitude Z the world’s thinnest and lightest laptop, weighing about 4.5 pounds and about an inch thick. That being said the Latitude Z does not come cheap. The new notebook retails… Read more

Microsoft Security Essentials Available for Download

By / October 5, 2009

After introducing Microsoft Security Essentials Beta to 75,000 beta testers, the software giant has now made its antivirus software available for free download. This beta version of the antivirus program is said to protect Windows from Malware, Spyware and computer viruses. Microsoft is targeting its Security Essentials Beta software to low bandwidth users with less… Read more

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