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Driver Turbo

Driver Turbo is a top-rated PC driver tool that scans your PC for missing, corrupt, and outdated drivers, and then recommends the latest...

July 31, 2012 by Driver Turbo

Asia's largest PC manufacturer and inheritor of IBM's ThinkPad brand of notebook PCs.

July 20, 2011

Nvidia selling graphics cards under its own brand name at Best Buy

When you buy a discrete Nvidia graphics card as an add-on for your PC, you're actually buying a retail model sold by one of the company's partners, like Asus or EVGA. That is, unless you stop by your local Best Buy, where you can now obtain Nvidia video cards that are being sold under the Nvidia brand itself.

October 5, 2010 by

ExhibitView Trial Notebook & Presenter

ExhibitView is the Electronic Trial Notebook and Presenter!Now you can organize by folders, issues, annotate, and present with ease...

November 15, 2011 by ExhibitView Solutions, LLC

And Windows 7's killer feature is ...

I keep hearing about how Windows 7 is going to be just the CPR that the ailing PC industry needs to get itself out of the hole it's in. It seems that folks, both consumer and enterprise, are going to be flocking to their favorite OEMs and throwing cash at them in exchange for brand-spanking-new PCs running Windows 7.

June 29, 2009 by

monitor_e3300_11.zip

This package supports the following driver models:TAXAN MV_770+ TAXAN MV_795 TAXAN MV_875 TAXAN UV_1000 TAXAN UV_1095 TAXAN UV_1150 SONY...

October 23, 1998 by Toshiba

Intel drops Centrino, explains Core i3, i5, i7 branding

Intel says it plans to phase out "Centrino" as a PC brand and offered more insight into its branding scheme for its upcoming Core series of processors, including Lynnfield" and "Clarksfield" chips.In a post yesterday on Intel's website, spokesman Bill Calder wrote that "Centrino" will be phased out as a PC brand, and "will be used as a name for Wi-Fi and WiMAX products" and "still be in market on mobile PCs into next year" It will eventually be discontinued, Calder wrote.

June 18, 2009 by

New Acer laptops, netbooks: 10-hour batteries, multitouch gestures

PC heavyweight Acer, which owns the Gateway, eMachines, and Packard Bell brands, announced a collection of new netbooks and full-feature notebooks that spans the company's brand portfolio.Here are the highlights of the dozen or so new laptop models Acer introduced, with a little help from CNET's Dan Ackerman, who was there in person:Acer Timeline series: "Revolutionize the IT world"A collection of 13.

April 7, 2009 by

Asus confirms three-way split

Taiwanese PC maker says it has spun off the company into three entities--Pegatron, Unihan and Asus--to boost its own brand and remove conflict of interest.

January 4, 2008 by

Lenovo to end IBM PC brand

Lenovo has announced plans to cease using the IBM logo on its products, with a complete switchover to new branding to happen before next year's Beijing Olympics.

November 4, 2007 by

Linux Classmate update

It looks like the problems I've been having with the Linux Classmate PC that Intel sent me are artifacts of the beta OS. Intel decided that instead of trying to troubleshoot across the continent and interface with the Chinese development team, they'd just send me a brand-spankin' new Classmate, complete with a fully functioning Linux OS.

October 31, 2007 by

Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook T4215

The LifeBook T4215 is a solidly built convertible Tablet PC, whose fingerprint sensor and smartcard slot should appeal to security-conscious business buyers. The inclusion of 3G/HSDPA connectivity is a bonus, too.

September 6, 2007 by

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