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The numbers are an indication that Apple may be feeling the competitive pressure of Windows PC vendors, such as HP and Dell, which have cut prices at much larger percentages.


Apple Macs in U.S. retail stores fell behind Windows ... Read more »
Views: 5326 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-17 | Comments (0)

Xbox's strong Thanksgiving sales didn't help Microsoft outpace Nintendo in November.

The Xbox 360's strong performance on Black Friday wasn't enough to help Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) close the sales gap with rival Nintendo in the gaming console market, according to research group NPD.

In fact, Nintendo's red-hot Wii system outsold the Xbox by almost 3-to-1 in November. Wii shipments in the month totaled 2.04 million, while Xbox shipments came in at 836,000.Sony (NYSE: SNE)'s PlayStation 3 ranked a distant third, with shipments ... Read more »

Views: 948 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-13 | Comments (0)



Washington - A full moon lit up the sky on Friday night and was one of the biggest in history as it got extremely close to the Earth.

Usually, the moon is around 238,000 miles from Earth, but on Friday night the full moon was only around 221,000 miles from Earth.

Due to the fact that it was about as close as it ever has been to Earth, it made it far bigger and brighter in our night sky.

NASA stated that the full moon was 30% brigher and far larger than any other full moon we are going to see in these 12 months.

This was a sight to be seen to say the least as the full moon also led to higher tides due to the gravity caused by the distance from the Earth to the moon and sun.

We have received reports from readers in Massachusetts, California, and other areas of the U.S. which have stated that the full moon wa ... Read more »

Views: 889 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-13 | Comments (0)

Some kid in his bedroom can make a million bucks just by writing a little application for the Apple phone.

By Daniel Lyons

Ge Wang never dreamed of becoming a high-tech Silicon Valley entrepreneur. He's an assistant professor at Stanford, a specialist in computer science and music whose biggest passion has been organizing nerdy "laptop orchestras" comprising 20 people each "playing" a notebook computer. But last summer his friend Jeff Smith—who'd run two successful high-tech companies before dropping out of the corporate world to take music classes at Stanford—talked Wang into trying to create applications for ... Read more »

Views: 768 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-13 | Comments (0)

By Brooke Crothers

Rival publishers simultaneously reveal plans to adopt Ageia-powered physics engine in upcoming PC titles.


Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive Software are adopting Nvidia's PhysX technology, bringing more realistic gaming to the PC. The largest graphics chip supplier announced this week that Electronic Arts and Take-Two have licensed its PhysX technology as a development platform.

Nvidia got its physics technology when it acquired Ageia in February. PhysX runs on the graphics processing unit, or GPU. Intel and Advanced Micro Devices, on the other hand, have been promoting technology that is executed on the central processing unit, or CPU. Intel's approach uses technology from Havok, a developer of a physics engine that ... Read more »

Views: 896 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-10 | Comments (1)

The company said their 4G LTE processor could power smartphones that get 60 Mbps downloads and 20 Mbps uploads.


LG Electronics revealed a modem chip Tuesday that could offer users up to eight times the connectivity speed of current smartphones.

The company showed off a chip that uses Long Term Evolution (LTE), a technology that is expected to be a main contender for th ... Read more »

Views: 719 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-10 | Comments (0)


By Walaika Haskins

Novatel's new MiFi unit is a pocket hotspot. It connects to 3G cellular data services to deliver WiFi connectivity to whatever devices you have in a 30-foot radius -- a computer, an iPod touch, a WiFi-enabled camera, etc. Price points will be a critical issue for the device, as carriers typically price these sorts of services with revenues, rather than speedy adoption, in mind.

Novatel Wireless has introduced a new line of devices that essentially creates a mobile ... Read more »

Views: 830 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-10 | Comments (0)


Written by Iain Thomson in San Francisco


The computer mouse is celebrating its 40th anniversary today after first being unveiled by Douglas Engelbart at the Fall Joint Computer Conference (FJCC) in 1968.
The original mouse had two wheels set at right angles to each other and the computer plotted the distance each wheel moved. Then in 1972 Xerox PARC came up with a ball mouse, the design for which remained popular for decades.

Englebart developer the mouse while at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI), one of the largest research institutes in the world.

“Doug Engelbart once said, ‘the better we get, the better we get at getting better.’ That concept, combined with his creation of perhaps the most innovative interactive computing tools ever developed, has been a personal inspiration to me,” said Curt Carlson, Ph.D. ... Read more »

Views: 669 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-10 | Comments (0)


Sun Microsystems appears to have put its utility computing effort, Network.com, on ice until it gets an idea of how to resurrect it.

The pioneering computing effort, which launched two years ago, offered pay-per-use computing infrastructure for high-performance computing applications without forcing customers to buy expensive IT equipment. However, Network.com has only 13 customers and has stopped accepting new customers, according to a report on the Register.com.

Dave Douglas, senior vice president of cloud computing and developer platforms group, told reporters Tuesday that the service is in transition but was reluctant to offer specifics on the direction the company would go with the service.

"We ... Read more »

Views: 1611 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-10 | Comments (0)

The much-hyped Google Android phone operating system will hit Australia on January 29, in the form of the Kogan Agora and Agora Pro.

As apparently the first handset provider to bring the Android platform to Australia, Kogan Technologies is cleverly piggybacking on existing hype about Google's open-source mobile phone platform.

The Android platform is currently available in the U.S. in the form of the T-Mobile G1. Much like the G1, the Kogan Agora phones pack a QWERTY keyboard--though no touch screen.

The Agor ... Read more »

Views: 1023 | Added by: sainttecho | Date: 2008-12-10 | Comments (0)

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