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Toshiba Portégé M400 3G143

Toshiba Portégé M400 3G143

<p>Toshiba’s Portégé notebooks are designed primarily for mobile professionals and, according to Toshiba, 'demonstrate a perfect balance between function, style, weight, and ultra-portability'. With aspirations like these, we were surprised, when we took the <a href="http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/jsp/productPage.do?service=UK&PRODUCT_ID=123510&toshibaShop=true">Portégé M400</a> out of its packaging, to find that it is, in fact, a little bulky. So it needs to deliver the goods to live up to Toshiba’s claim. </p>

April 30, 2007 by in Mobility

Image Gallery: S60 Summit 2007

Image Gallery: S60 Summit 2007

The 2nd Annual S60 Summit was held in Madrid, Spain this week. The event consisted of a full day of seminar topics and an expo packed with mobile application developers, service providers, and Nokia employees showing off future S60 features.

April 29, 2007 by in Developer

Sony VAIO VGN-SZ4XWN/C

Sony VAIO VGN-SZ4XWN/C

A 'premium carbon fibre notebook for professionals', the <a href="http://vaio.sony.co.uk/view/ShowProduct.action?product=VGN-SZ4XWN%2FC&site=voe_en_GB_cons&category=VN+SZ+Series">VAIO VGN-SZ4XWN/C</a> has everything you’d expect from Sony in terms of sleek design and careful attention to detail. The presence of a built-in camera, fingerprint recognition and HSDPA support mark it out as a serious notebook for business use. However, it's very expensive, and we are concerned about one aspect of the build quality.

April 27, 2007 by in Laptops

The future of portals

The future of portals

At the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, Gartner analyst David Gootzit indicates it's clear we're portaled out. The solution: Aggregation.

April 25, 2007 by in CXO

Is Google Apps for Businesses flying below Microsoft's radar?

Is Google Apps for Businesses flying below Microsoft's radar?

At Web 2.0 Expo in April 2007, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he didn't see Google's office offering (Google Apps) as competition to Microsoft. But, upon closer examination of the special private domain version of Google Apps that Google makes available to businesses, there's a suprising amount of connective tissue and administrative options that everyday users of Google don't see. Here are some screeshots to prove our point.For David Berlind's write-up on the special business context of Google Apps, see his post in ZDNet's TestBed blog.

April 23, 2007 by in Google

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