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  I personally never wanted to maintain a buggy windows PC as a media center or PVR… which is why I love my TiVo so much.  For those who prefer to do the PVR thing on the PC, things just got exciting.  TiVo and Nero partnered to give you most of...

Brimming with phat cash from oil sales, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)  in a joint venture with IBM, is building a supercomputer that will rank in the top ten in the world (six-ish). The new computer, named Shaheen (Falcon),...

Looks like the case people at Antec came out with something a bit new and exciting… a case-less case called the Skeleton.  The funnies part is that they think they somehow invented this idea… their tag line is “Skeleton, World’s First...

The new Shuttle D10 is now available in the Japanese market and will hopefully make it to the USA.  Not sure what limited markets could use such a device… but it sure looks like a dorm microwave. The Shuttle D10 a built in 7-inch touchscreen LCD with 800×480...

Asetek’s latest use of water cooling is going after the video card market.  Their latest gadget, the video card water cooling system will work on the latest video cards, like the Radeon HD 4800 series...

Posted on Jun 26 2008 - 8:05am by Russ
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Asus has officially announced their latest PC, the Eee Box PC.  The computer, which is nothing super exciting, is available in a handful of colors, uses an Intel Atom N270 CPU (1.6GHz), 1GB of DDR2 Memory, 80GB Hard Drive, 802.11 (b,g,n), Giga LAN, and a card reader. ...

CherryPal has announced their new cheap, green, cloud computer which they claim will only use two watts of power.  The tiny desktop is a stripped down cloud computer with a 400MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, and 4GB of flash memory.  The unit has built in wi-fi...

Posted on May 28 2008 - 8:06am by Russ
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When it comes to cooling off computers, people spend can spend a serious amount of time and money.  Some folks prefer tons of fans (making their computer sound like a jet airplane) while others choose water cooling systems (scary for many reasons).  Well,...

Suissa is known for making artistic computers (they don’t discriminate on processors either – AMD or Intel) out of wood, metal, and glass.  Their latest model, the “Enlighten” is, in my opinion, the best looking yet.  Their

Posted on Apr 23 2008 - 11:28am by Russ
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Dell is really going for it… yesterday it is tiny PC’s… today it is bamboo PC’s. As long as Dell is doing better for the environment,...