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2 days ago By Sylvan Dell Publishing

Fun eReader Picture Books

Your children or grandchildren will think they are playing but they are really learning. There is no better gift that adults can give...

December 30, 2012 by

What's behind the slump in PC sales? Can the industry turn around?

PC makers who were hoping for Windows 8 to kick off a surge in sales have been disappointed. Apparently, no one climbed on Santa's lap and asked for a new PC. The real question now is whether the industry can grind out acceptable results over the next year as it redefines what a PC is.

November 2, 2012 by

It's raining tablets in India

Aakash-II will be officially launched next week, but over a dozen tablets priced in the sub-US$100 range are already available in the market. And India's education sector seems ready to lap them up.

3 days ago By ConveGenius Global

Battle of Minds

Hello World, says Battle of Minds, popularly known in quizzing and non-quizzing circles as BoM, is a platform that redefines the quizzing...

July 1, 2012 by

Dude, why must you put that MacBook Pro laptop on your lap?

Almost all reviews of the new new MacBook Pro have a section on heat and noise. The new model with a Retina Display may run "too hot," depending upon what program it's crunching. Still, here's a tip: even though a certain class of computers are called "laptops" it's not advisable to actually work with them on your lap.

July 25, 2015 By Ces Lawton

Race Day Scratch Play

Race Day Scratch Play (RDSP) is a electronic scratch off auto racing game that anyone can play with no knowledge of racing necessary!...

December 12, 2011 by

Keep Your Laptop (and Lap) Cool

If you frequently use a laptop or notebook when you have some sort of blanket, duvet or even a heavy sweater placed over your legs, you are probably subjecting it to higher temperatures than you should. The result of this can range all the way from nothing to causing your computer to be destroyed by overheating.

December 6, 2011 by

GeChic On-Lap 1301

"Two screens good, one screen bad", as Eric Blair might have written: but how do you get two screens on a notebook? Normally you'd have to attach a desktop monitor, which obviously limits your flexibility, or shell out serious money on a specialist system like the recently released dual-17in.

September 3, 2010 by

First Intel Sandy Bridge quad-core benchmarks: Nearly as fast as Core i7 980X, could make low-end graphics cards obsolete

Though not due to be released for several more months, an early copy of an Intel Sandy Bridge quad-core processor has reached the bench of enthusiast site AnandTech, which has duly reported the results of its testing. While those result s are extremely preliminary, it looks like it can lap most of today's Core i7 processors at a lower price point and requiring less power.

March 16, 2010 by

Eurocom jams i7-980X six-core desktop processor into 17-inch D900F Panther laptop

Desktop makers are all getting into the act with freshly updated systems that feature the new Intel i7-980X Extreme Edition six-core CPU, but so is a boutique laptop builder as well.Eurocom is one of a few vendors that squeezes desktop processors into hot and heavy notebooks whose heft and lap-scorching capabilities result in these desktop replacements mostly staying on the desktop.


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