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One of the strengths of Google’s Android mobile operating system is its support for customization. Android. 

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Fanatec Porsche GT2 wheel and Clubsport pedals review -

Sim racing keeps on moving toward higher-end accessories, while there have always been top-shelf components available. 

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LG Optimus 2X & NVIDIA Tegra 2 Review: The First Dual-Core Smartphone -

In many ways, the smartphone platform has evolved following the same kinds of steps we saw in the early days of. 

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Microsoft sets Feb. 22 as Windows 7 SP1 public launch

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - 3 Comments

Microsoft today announced that it had wrapped up work on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and would start delivering the major upgrade on Feb. 22 through Windows Update. The company said it had reached the “release to manufacturing,” or RTM milestone for both Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, and was shipping the code to PC and server makers today. Customers who subscribe. 

Podcast Ads are Highly Effective, But at Whose Cost?

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - 3 Comments

Podtrac, TNS and eMarketer have put together a few reports indicating the effectiveness of podcast advertising relies on its longtail, as contrasted with the instant gratification methods more prevalent in other types of Internet based advertising like Google’s AdSense or YouTube’s overlay ads for video. The companies studied podcast advertising from February 2006 to March 2008 across. 

Couchbase – Consolidation Begins In Big Data Space

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - No Comments »

One of the common comment from those watching the Big Data space is that there are too many projects that makes it too difficult to chose the right set of tools for the user needs. Well, the consolidation process has started with the merger of Membase (see previous CloudAve coverage), the company supporting open source memcached project, and CouchOne, the company behind open source CouchDB. 

Adobe Intros Fusion-Supported Flash Player 10.2

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - 4 Comments
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Adobe released a new Flash Player that provides high-definition content while barely touching the CPU. Wednesday Adobe announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The new edition includes Stage Video, a full hardware accelerated video-pipeline for bringing high-quality video across all browsers and platforms. The new release also brings to the table custom native. 

Hands-On With Five Mini-ITX Cases

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Mini-ITX-based systems are attractive because they generally combine low-power operation and decent performance in a small package. But you need a good case to accommodate the restrictions of compact hardware. Today we try five different Mini-ITX cases. The small dimensions of most Mini-ITX cases don’t always make it hard to fit standard size PC components. In many cases, plenty of. 

Mobile Gaming: Can Core i7-2920XM Beat Desktop Core i7-980X?

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - 1 Comment
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We’ve already seen Intel’s Sandy Bridge architecture offer compelling performance gains on the desktop. But can the fastest second-gen Core i7 beat Intel’s 130 W desktop-oriented six-core Core i7-980X in games? We set up a couple systems to find out. Industry analysts have predicted the demise of the desktop PC almost every year since notebooks first started shipping with. 

If You’re Thinking About Getting a WebOS Phone, Wait for the New Stuff

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - No Comments »

Palm HP announced a lot of really great stuff today! The TouchPad, Palm Pre 3 and Veer (which might be my favorite, because it is tiny and adorable like a puppy). And they’re the only products guaranteed to get webOS 3.0. Funny thing is, HP is actually launching a product tomorrow: Verizon’s taking pre-orders for the Pre 2. You might be thinking to yourself, “Great, I can. 

INQ Cloud Touch and Cloud Q Facebook phones go official

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Following the recent preview of INQ’s Cloud Touch phone, more commonly known as the Facebook Phone, the company has officially confirmed the device. Of course, the device is really an Android-powered device with some Facebook-oriented widgets and shortcuts that make accessing the social network’s chat, contacts, events, notices, news feeds and more much easier. The phone is powered by. 

Nikon P300: A Light-Swallowing, 1080p-Shooting Pocket Monster

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - 2 Comments
Nikon P300

This is Nikon’s answer to the Canon S95 pocket dynamo. The P300 pairs a 12.1-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor (which picks up more light than a standard CMOS sensor) with a fast f1.8 lens. Max ISO is 3200. And it shoots 1080p video at 30fps. Full size It’s also got a new easy panorama mode seemingly borrowed from Sony’s pocketcams, creative filters like. 

Asus has a Secret Weapon against the iPad

By admin | On Thu, Feb 10th, 2011 - 6 Comments

In a recent interview with IDG, Jonny Shih -the chairman of ASUS- has mentioned that his company is working on a “Secret Weapon” that no one has seen yet, but that the world will soon see as we get closer to the launch date. He also said that he already knows about some details of the upcoming iPad 2, such as details about the system on a chip (SoC) that the next iPad will run on.