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  • Transform your iPhone 4 from black to white

    Do you happen to own a black iPhone 4 and still have a burning desire for the white one? Well, there are several options out there. You can strip your phone apart and change the panels from a third-party supplier. Or, you can consider a vinyl decal.

  • IBM’s Super computer, Watson, wins Jeopardy

    IBM's Super computer, Watson beat its  human competitors in the gameshow, Jeopardy. This clearly represents advancements in enabling computers to interpret information in human context. Are humans in jeopardy? Read On.

  • Open-source Chromium OS spotted running on ARM platform

    A long time ago, we wrote a short story about how Google might plan to bring its web-only operating system known as Chrome OS to not only notebooks, but desktops and even tablet PCs. However, it seems like the open-source developer community might have already one-upped Google on the tablet front, for Chromium OS (the

  • Windows hit by zero-day vulnerability, XP and Windows Server 2003 affected

    Seems like Microsoft had gotten a little too confident about the security of its ageing Windows operating systems and fell asleep at the wheel after the success that was Windows 7. Apparently, the software giant had forgotten that there are large numbers of people who still rely on older versions of its Windows operating system

  • Android Ice Cream combines both Gingerbread and Honeycomb; scheduled to launch within six months

    At the Mobile World Congress, Google said that the next Android mobile operating system, codenamed "Ice Cream" or "Ice Cream Sandwich", will be launched within the next six months.

  • MagicWand magically ‘stitches’ your Apple Magic Trackpad and Wireless Keyboard into a single input device

    Now that Apple has both a wirelesss keyboard and a Magic Trackpad which both feature near identical design philosophies, it should be only natural that users would attempt to pair both devices together as a single piece of hardware for maximum aesthetic appeal. And while Twelve South's new MagicWand accessory does not exactly make use

  • All jailbreak PS3 gamers face PSN ban…for life

    PlayStation 3 owners be warned. If you jailbreak your PS3 game console, you may find that you can't access the PlayStation Network (PSN) nor Qriocity movie-streaming service. Ever.

  • Motorola confirms prices for upcoming Xoom tablet

    Motorola may have been teasing us with details about their upcoming Xoom tablet for quite some time already, but as all teases go, the company has remained steadfast in refusing to disclose the key detail everybody is waiting for: the size of its pricetag. Fortunately, it appears that the secrecy surrounding that piece to the

  • Windows Phone 7 Connector: Now Available for OS X

    What are the odds that a loyal Mac user would actually think of using a smartphone that comes with Windows Phone 7 preloaded on it and not iOS? Well, apparently Microsoft thinks that the number is high enough: after all, why else would the software giant's Windows Phone 7 Connector software app for Windows Phone

  • 3 New Dual Core Sandy Bridge CPUs on Feb 20th

      3 new dual core Sandy Bridge CPUs will hit the retail market on February 20th and they are Core i3-2120, Core i3-2100 and Core i3-2100T. Intel Core i3-2120 clocked at 3.3GHz featuring 3MB L3 cach/LGA-1155 package is going for US$138 (1Ku Tray Units). Intel Core i3-2100 clocked at 3.1GHz featuring 3MB L3 cach/LGA-1155 package is

  • GeForce GTX 590 and GTX 550 Ti Surfaced in Beta Drivers

      We spotted two very interesting entries in the latest 266.7x beta drivers which imply the launch of the GeForce GTX 590 and GeForce GTX 550 Ti cards are nearing. GeForce GTX 590 is a dual GF110 GPU solution with 3GB GDDR5 memory while GTX 550 Ti is based on GF116-400, comes with 1GB GDDR5 memory.

  • What is Apple planning for MobileMe?

    While the Wall Street Journal has previously reported that Apple is planning to revamp its MobileMe to include a cloud-based media streaming service to iOS devices, it seems that the Cupertino giant has more things planned up their sleeves.

  • iPhone 5 to look like this?

    With rumours of the next iPhone to include a 4-inch display floating up recently and other reports of the iPhone 5 without the home button, how exactly will the next-generation iPhone look like?

  • MacBook Pros available in early March?

      There are reports that the new MacBook Pros, which are due for refreshment, had already undergone production and that volume shipment will begin as soon as the start of March.

  • ViewSonic launches V350, world’s first dual-SIM Android Froyo smartphone

    Viewsonic has announced the V350 that claims to be the world's first dual-SIM Android 2.2 (Froyo) smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. a . at mobile World Congress.

  • Hands on with ViewSonic’s new Android devices

    After its success with the ViewPad 7, ViewSonic is continuing to expand its lineup of tablets and at the Mobile World Congress we got to spend a few minutes with ViewSonic's latest additions, the ViewPad 4 and ViewPad 10s as well as its new dual-SIM 3G Android handset, the V350. Sadly we didn't get a

  • Intel talks 32nm Atom and Android, demoes MeeGo tablet

    Intel didn't have a ton of new things to show at the Mobile World Congress beyond its new XMM platform for smartphones and tablets, but one thing the company is communicating very clearly at the show is that Intel will have Atom powered phones in the market later this year. These will be based on

  • Cooler Master kicks off case mod competition

    If you want a chance to win a part of prizes worth an estimated US$15,000 and see yourself as the greatest case modder on this planet, then you want to check out Cooler Master's 2011 case mod competition. The registration opened today and it's open to anyone over the age of 18 worldwide. There are

  • Facebook Launches Facebook Places in Singapore

    Facebook today announced the launch of Facebook Places in Singapore. Already available in some countries, Facebook Places allows you to “check-in” and share with your friends where you are and who you’re with, find friends who are nearby and discover new places your friends like – all in real time.

  • Chinese notebook gets a diet with ultrathin form factor, ION2 and even thinner pricetag

    China might be a great country for shopping if one desires to load up on cheap consumer electronic devices which bear more than a passing resemblance to existing products but at a fraction of the latter's selling price. However, that does not mean that the world's largest clone producer does not have its own set