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Latest gaming notebook

Posted by surfingall on May 3, 2010


Notebooks have always been a huge must have, but we all know that not all notebooks are suitable for gaming. Well MSI wanted to change that and it has announced that it will release new gaming notebook named GE600. 

The new model has a 16-inch display and it is supposed to be the lightest laptop weighing in at 5.9 lbs or 2.7 kg. So that’s a great plus from MSI, because nobody likes to carry a heavy laptop, but will this laptop have enough to deal with latest games? This thing is run by Intel Core i5 processor, which will handle all the latest games and applications with ease, but it’s the graphics power that matters when it comes to gaming. As for graphics GE600 uses ATI Radeon 5730 graphics that supports DirectX 11 which is used to run the latest games.

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Samsung’s Google TV?

Posted by surfingall on May 3, 2010


Yeah! Google is all around the world. The time is not far away when every living human on this planet will be using the word Google at least once every day and using at least one gadget which will have Google’s logo on it.

Today, we don’t search rather we Google! Tomorrow we will never buy a smartphone rather we will be buying Android phones. Similarly, one day we won’t be buying TVs rather will be buying Google TV! With Samsung giving hint about launching its next television that will include Android (tagging it as Google TV) it is raining Google all around the planet.

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4G Wireless

Posted by surfingall on May 2, 2010


Verizon is gearing up to launch its next wireless network technology, called Long Term Evolution (LTE), by the end of this year. While Verizon will, of course, still sell phones for this fourth generation (4G) network, it is also pushing to have it built into many other types of devices. LTE will run on the spectrum formerly used to send..

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Fedora 13 Holds Strong Promise For Developers

Posted by surfingall on April 28, 2010


Forty years ago on 13 April 1970, Apollo 13 went down in space history as a “successful failure”. Codenamed Goddard, the Beta release of Fedora 13 was launched on the same day, true to its namesake, scientist and liquid-fueled rocketry pioneer Robert Hutchings Goddard.

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AILA: Practical fembot from Germany

Posted by surfingall on April 27, 2010


We’re used to seeing all sorts of robots coming from Japan, but not this time. This new fembot comes from the Europe, or Germany to be precise. It might not look as attractive as Japanese robots but this robot is quite practical indeed.

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End Of The Road For Social Site Bebo?

Posted by surfingall on April 7, 2010


AOL Inc, the floundering Internet company, is planning to either sell or shut down the social networking community Bebo, nearly two years after paying $850 million for its acquisition in an attempt to include social networking within its ambit.

Yesterday Jon Brod, in charge of AOL’s start-up acquisition and investment unit, AOL Ventures, sent an e-mail to employees saying Bebo would require “significant investment” to pose any sort of challenge to its competitors. Though Bebo has long been overtaken by rivals such as Facebook, it retains a strong presence in foreign markets, including the United Kingdom.

But it is fast losing its market share in the United States. ComScore Inc estimates Bebo had 5.1 million American users in February 2010, a steep drop from the 5.8 million it boasted of a year earlier. Facebook, in comparison, has a staggering 210 million users, reports Yahoo! News. Brod ventured that AOL is scouting for potential buyers and may prepare a final report by May end.

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