In recent times JVC has lost market share in the LCD high-definition television market to Samsung, Sharp etc. However, with the LT- 47X788, it has come up with an HDTV that offers good performance at a decent price. The LT- 47X788 has a polished look and a slick design. TheRead More

The Qosmio line from Toshiba is well known for its top of the line home theatre features. Toshiba’s Qosmio F-45-AV412 is one of its most touted laptops and offers a host of multimedia extras. The Qosmio F-45-AV412 has a sophisticatedly severe, but simple look. The laptop is two-toned – itRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. The SGH-T539 Beat is an offering from Samsung and T-mobile which have been inseparable in the last two months. The SGH-T539 Beat is a middle of the line flip phone, which needs to concentrate a little moreRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Christmas is just around the corner so whether you’re making a wish list or reading one, you’re thinking about which next-gen console to buy. There have been a few years of hype but it’ll all come downRead More

The next generation console war is about to kick off. That means the launch date for Nintendo Wii is coming up (Sunday, November 19, 2006) and the demand for Wii is very, very high. Though, luckily for most consumers, the Nintendo Wii should be more easily found than the covetedRead More

If you haven’t noticed, World of Warcraft, that little MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) is huge. In fact, even the founder of Napster, Shaun Fanning, plays it. Shaun has been playing World of Warcraft for about a year and a half now. During his play time, however, he’sRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. There was a pleasant surprise for all users of YouTube. It’s time now for everyone to start minting with the videos you upload. An announcement was made at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland by ChadRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Google’s mailing service Gmail which took off like a rocket which was available only on invitation, now stands open to all. Gmail provides each user nearly 2.8 GB of memory space which increases with every single secondRead More

At Microsoft’s headquarters last week, they held an internal science fair that had companies buzzing about the headquarters to get a heads up on what is being produced by Microsoft. This internal science fair also gives researchers, scientists, and many other companies the chance to not only advertise the productsRead More

Apple breaks through the computer industry in 1984 as Steve Jobs amazes the crowd of computer lovers, businessmen, and nerds. Although, this technology may look primitive please keep in mind that this was in 1984. And after 24 years we still haven’t experienced anything this remarkable, in comparison to one’sRead More

Many people across the world enjoy the use of their video cameras as well as the digital technology that has become known in many still cameras across the board. But who doesn’t enjoy this same use of their digital cameras? Many people know the value of a good digital cameraRead More

Microsoft usually hosts the TechFest program to allow insiders and those working within Microsoft groups to take a look at some major goals of Microsoft when it comes to the area of research. Normally, the TechFest program is a big hit and is looked forward to by Microsoft employees asRead More

Microsoft plans to buy a voice-recognition technology company called “Tellme Networks Inc.”. Tellme Networks promotes the service for computer users and call centers. Microsoft wants to purchase this private company that answers phone calls from local business persons. This voice recognition helps people to find directions of roads, even tellsRead More

The Macintosh TV was Apple Computer’s first attempt at computer-television integration. It shared the external appearance of the Macintosh LC 500 series, but in black. The Macintosh TV was essentially a Performa 520 which could switch its built-in 14″ Sony Trinitron CRT from being a computer display to a cable-readyRead More

Intel commences to generate an new chip called Nehalem, a secret name given to the existing Intel chip family. The production would be starting from 2008 for merging components like the memory controllers and direct links that are used among processor cores. Nehalem is treated as the only dynamically measurableRead More

IBM is planning to deliver an high end, new fourth-generation Intel’s server that uses quad-core Xeon processor called “Tigerton” along with the other fourth-generation chipset called “X4″ in 2007. Intel is using its core architecture of its first MP prototype in the quad-core chip that includes 64-bit to store largeRead More

Microsoft is relaxing the rules in new Vista licensing terms for new marketing strategies even “diskless” PCs. The technology used by Microsoft is known as Virtualization Technology, where an each computer behaves as many independent computers and the higher speed networks can be accessed from different parts. The explanation forRead More

Apple delivered its latest software AirPort Extreme base station with 802.11n Firmware 7.1 on 9th, April 2007. This software update addresses the security related problems and secures the default configuration of the AirPort Extreme Base Station with 802.11n and its latest update is available on the company’s web portal. ThisRead More

IBM has reported the formation of partnership to digitalize electric grids with Houston-based utility CenterPoint Energy. This formation was done in association with Big Blue where CenterPoint will upgrade the present power distribution grid with new digital communication. According to the sources of The Intelligent Utility Network Coalition will carryRead More

HP(Hewlett-Packard) has released an high energy efficient PC in China. The processor used in this PC is HP Compaq dx2020 desktop uses the C7-D processor. C7-D processor is a make from Via Technologies, a Taiwanese company that mostly manufactures chipsets. Via technologies has good market share and value for itsRead More

A latest Linux distribution is planning an user-friendly and its beta testing was done.U.K. Internet pioneer’s brainchild BabelDisc, Peter Dawe founder of Pipex an lightweight Ubuntu based distribution executes from CD and this does not need to have a host PC connected to hard drive but a subscriber based hostedRead More

Microsoft has deferred a latest update of the current virtualization software and the also its beta debut of the next successor and code named it as Viridian. Viridian is also called as Windows Server virtualization; it’s a public beta version and is ready to release by June, 2007. But theRead More

The most advanced GT, FXX is invented at Maranello. The purpose of FFX is to bind the most valued Clients of Ferrari as bonafide Prancing Horse Test Drivers. The important data and the experience collected for this special programme is extremely useful. Michael Schumacher, Rubens Barrichello and the other Ferrari’sRead More