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Get ‘Mac OS X Snow Leopard’ for $10

If you have purcahsed a computer or Xserve from Apple on June 08, 2009 or later that does not include Snow Leopard, you can upgrade it for only $9.95. The deal is valid till December 26, 2009 and 90 days after the purchase. Your computer is qualified foe this deal if it was sold by […]

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Apple to replace Nvidia GPUs with ATI Radeon 4000 series

Apple has been angry with Nvidia for some time now because of the prolonged GPU failures in Mac Computers and iMacs. Thus, Apple has finally decided to shift to ATI Radeon 4000 based graphics chips for their upcoming Mac Pro and iMac computers. The ATI series will replace Nvidia Geforce 9400 based graphics chips.

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A Shining Star: Palm Pre Review

The iPhone competitor is here. Palm, once a giant handheld devices maker, has struck again with Palm Pre, their new smartphone. It isĀ  ground-up designed to work with Web, while offering exciting multimedia features. With the all new WebOS, impressive multitasking abilities, an innovative menu design, full sized keyboard and impressive built quality makes it […]

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Apple Mac Tablet; Goodbye Kindle

Amazon recently released its Kindle and Kindle DX (May 6, 2009) which was a unique thing in the market and attracted many users. Some quick features of Kindle DX are 9.7″ diagonal display, can store up to 3500 books, thickness of just 0.38″ and have features like Wireless, Text-To-Speech, PDF support. All this was just […]

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iPhone Flute App – Ocarina

Literally turn your iPhone into a flute without any hardware modification, just by installing an iphone application: Ocarina. This app is developed by Smule, which claim Ocarina to be the first true musical instrument created for iphone. Just like an original flute the Ocarina app is sensitive to the breath, movements, and figure touch.

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Apple’s new Safari 4 (beta) released

Apple has recently released a new version of its Safari browser, Safari 4, although its just a beta version. The full version is expected soon. Apple joins the browser war with this fully up-to-date web browser. It supports popular web standards such as HTML5 and CSS3.

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Intel Vs AMD

With the unlimited desire to have high speed of processors, yet in a small size, less power dissipation and affordable cost, the competition is never more tough between the companies as it is today! Every time you turn on your PC, mostly it has either an Intel processor or an AMD’s one. Many people think […]

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Flash Player for iPhones

The technology world is greatly shifted after Apple’s iPhone which offers great style and reliability. The problem it was suffering from was a Flash Player needed to play flash content including Flash movies and catchy banners, which is not working correctly. Apple and Adobe have, however, recently joined together to make a Flash Player which […]

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Company Logos in Future

This is how company logos will look like when the financial crisis will be finally over!

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Nvidia’s Ion Platform Strikes

Nvidia has come up with its Ion platform which strikes its competitors hard. The new platform is supposed to make a revolution is the small form factor Computers. The package is in a 0.6L box containing the whole system which is quite able to run Windows Vista and Windows 7, HD Movies, and other applications […]

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