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Thoughts on Gnome 3 & Fedora 16 Linux

Recently one of the people I've deployed Linux for came to me and wanted to purchase a new PC to replace a spare Pentium 4 PC they had sitting around that was still running Windows 2000. They had started to use the Windows 2000 PC after having it sit for a couple years, and soon found that it was not able to keep up with today's websites and other activities.

January 16, 2012 by

Intel ramping up production of new Sandy Bridge CPUs

Still haven't upgraded your Core Duo or even your Pentium 4 system yet? If you want to jump straight to Intel's latest and greatest for your next PC, you may want to skip the current generation of "Nehalem" Core processors, because the chip giant says it's ramping up the schedule to get its new Sandy Bridge platform to market by the end of the year.

July 16, 2010 by

O2 to allow iPhone tethering

One of the many details announced in the Apple WWDC keynote, going on at the moment, was that O2 is one of the iPhone carriers who will allow tethering.Tethering allows the handset to be used as a mobile broadband modem for a PC.

June 8, 2009 by

Details emerge that the Vulcan FlipStart is actually a real device

The Vulcan FlipStart ultramobile PC is one of a few devices, like the DualCor CPC, that were announced a couple of years ago and then became vaporware that only had occasional rumors bringing it back to life. According to a Crave article it appears that the FlipStart is actually going to be released soon. The Vulcan FlipStart E-1001S is a full Windows XP PC similar to the Sony UX series, but with a flip-open display revealing a keyboard rather than a slide-up display. Rumored specs have the device sporting a Pentium M CPU, 30GB hard drive, 512MB RAM, 5.6 inch 1024x600 display, and EV-DO WWAN support. For the US$1,999 price it better also have integrated WiFi and Bluetooth.

March 6, 2007 by

O2 Xda IQ

O2's Xda IQ is a generally straightforward Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone with one outstanding feature -- integrated Wi-Fi connectivity.

June 29, 2006 by

That boot time controversy

Not so long ago, and on this network, a PC guy - George Ou - demonstrated most of what I've said about having a Windows expert install Linux by proving that he could get it to boot more slowly from a hard disk on a cheap, but recent, PC than Knoppix does from a CD on a pentium II. I was amazed and somewhat jealous - between his two blogs on this he got 1,796 talkback comments, most of them polite.

January 29, 2006 by

i-mate JASJAR

Another HTC Universal-based Pocket PC/phone with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G support, i-mate's JASJAR is available without an operator contract and could appeal to users with existing GPRS or 3G SIMs who are attracted by its flexible clamshell design.

November 1, 2005 by

T-Mobile MDA III

The MDA III is a well-featured GPRS handheld, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi built in, and a slide-out thumb keyboard. The extras offered by T-Mobile have some appeal to business users.

December 15, 2004 by

AnexTEK SP230

This compact Pocket PC/mobile phone combo features a Sony Ericsson P900-style removable number pad, is available SIM-free, and delivers outstanding battery life. Shame it's so expensive.

May 19, 2004 by

Intel chips take a new number

The chip giant plans to give its PC chips model numbers that reflect their performance and de-emphasize their clock speeds--a huge marketing shift for Intel that might pay off for Pentium M.

March 12, 2004 by

O2 xda II

The xda II features a tri-band GSM/GPRS phone, a VGA-resolution digital camera and Bluetooth built in, along with 128MB of RAM, an SDIO-compatible card slot and an improved screen. This makes it one of the best handheld/mobile phone combos around.

October 28, 2003 by

Poweroid.com 8202

If you’re looking for a high-performance PC, the solidly built 3.2GHz Pentium 4-based Poweroid 8202 fits the bill admirably.

October 23, 2003

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