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Articles tagged with: desktop

Gmail Finally Introduces Preview Pane For Desktop Computers

With the launch of new applications and services by Google, people have started to switch to GMail massively. But not many people would find GMail the way they hoped it to be.

When i switched to GMail, i didnt find it much impressive and to me, it seemed like old-fashioned inbox. I was pretty much used to the Preview Pane which Yahoo, Hotmail and almost every other e-mail websites provided.

Twitter Redevelops The Web Page For iPad

Looks like to many social networking websites, iPad is a thing they sure have to adapt to. With a brand name like Apple, it’s no wonder they get all the street cred.

Although there had been applications for using both Twitter and Facebook on the iPad, neither of these social networking behemoths were satisfied with their performance. Therefore, Facebook started Project Spartan, an effort to develop a separate HTML5 based Facebook page for the iPad.

AMD’s Next-Gen Fused Corona Desktop

AND is building it’s new technology of Corona Desktops by fusing the processor silicon with the Northbridge. The Corona will use Komodo CPUs.

AND is introducing a new CPU architecture known as Piledriver, which is the successor to the Bulldorzer. It is also known as the Second Generation of Bulldozer. The Komodo CPUs to be used in Corona will be using FM2 infrastructure and have up to 10 Piledriver CPU cores, AMD Turbo Core 3.0 and DDR3 memory.

Windows 8 Pulls Elements From Mobile Operating Systems

After the dominion of smart phones, Desktops have lost their charm. Why work at home on a desktop when one can pull off all the tasks from their phone?

The new operating system for Apple’s desktops and laptops OS X Lion and the modernized and restored serviceable version of windows which has yet to be released by Microsoft i.e. Windows 8 is noted to have inherited traits from the mobile operating system of the respective giants.

Most Powerful AIO, 32GB DDR3 RAM & 6TB Of Storage

Usually when you think of AIO (All-In-One’s) you think of a sleek and slender computer with the bare essentials to get you on your way. You’d probably expect a 128GB SSD, an Intel processor, and 4GB of RAM.

Having said that, I’d like you to meet the most powerful All-In-One of existence, brought to you by NextComputing. This is definitely not the computer you’re going to get to show off to your neighbors, that is, it’s aesthetically pleasing to look at, but once you read the spec sheet, all that goes out the window.

External HDD: MiniStation Plus With USB 3.0

If you’re looking for a lightning fast portable hard drive, the MiniStation Plus may be just for you. The Buffalo MiniStation is a new USB 3.0 external hard drive that is not much larger than a deck of cards.

The hard drive is enclosed in a shockproof chassis and is available in two capacities and three colors. Most people don’t need too much storage space, in which case the 500GB model was designed just for you and is priced at $85.

LaCie Teams Up With Porsche To Deliver Awesome HDDs

Not long after we covered the LaCie cloudblox, it looks like LaCie has teamed up with Porsche with the awesome new Porsche-designed hard drives.

The mobile hard drive is dubbed the P9220 and the desktop version, the P9230. Each model will of course have the ultra fast USB 3.0 interface, and has looks so sharp, even Apple will have a run for its money.

Asus Reveals World’s Thinnest Notebook, The U36

Electronics manufacturer Asus, has been a leader of many firsts. They were the first to get netbooks to take off with the Eee PC 4G surf way back in 2007. I remember marveling at netbooks back then, and I still have my Eee PC1000H I bought in August of 2008- it still works well.

Asus has just revealed a 13.3″ notebook dubbed the U36 that is purportedly the thinnest in the world. It is powered by a fast Intel Core i5 CPU and a Super Hybrid Engine to cut down power consumption on the laptop.

Hulu Gives In To Apple’s Demands

Hulu recently modified its login screen for its Hulu Plus platform for Apple’s iOS. If you don’t see much of a difference in the modification, you’re right. Hulu simply took off the URL that linked back to their site to non-users who may be interested in signing up for Hulu Plus.

In essence, Apple doesn’t want people linking back to other sites, and from my guess, buying or using another product or service. By doing this, Apple is able to keep users in their own little bubbles-especially Mac users who are not too savvy and aren’t comfortable using Google (it’s okay, not everyone is).

Asus Introduces New Business Notebook

Asus has just unveiled its new business notebook, titled the Asus B53F, offering something a bit more serious than an Eee PC. The new notebook touts a long battery life, and powerful processing with Intel’s new Sandy Bridge chip.

The notebook sports a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-520M processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, clocked at 1,333MHz, and a 320GB hard drive running at 5400 RPM. Now, the RAM is expandable to 8GB of memory, so if you feel you need more storage, you are free to upgrade.