Flock 0.5 Preview Web Browser

by Keith

With Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) taking up at least 90% of the market, Mozilla’s Firefox as the next contender to compete with Microsoft, there are also other handful of website browsers, such as Opera, Netscape, as well as Mozilla’s own browser. This time, Flock Developer has released a cutting edge Firefox-based Web browser dubbed ‘Flock’, which integrates next-generation Web technologies such as RSS content feeds, blogs and bookmark and photo …

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Palm Z22 Handheld

by Keith

Palm Z22

Following some confusing merger of palmOne and PalmSource some time ago, a brand new handheld Palm Z22 is finally being introduced to the public. To compliment a fresh start for Palm, a new modeling scheme is engineered in Palm Z22, including functions to allow users ease of use. Palm Z22 is specially built for first time owners, students, housewives and ladies in search of lightweight but highly functional PDA in …

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AvantGo RSS Beta

by Keith

AvantGo for RSS

As RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is becoming part of desktops and laptops users, how about having an RSS feed directly on your hand held devices, such as PDA, small screen smartphone or PocketPC? iAnywhere, a subsidiary of Sybase, announced the release of new RSS features for its popular AvantGo(R) mobile Internet service, in beta version, Several new features packaged in the beta version, include allowing users greater ease-of-use for viewing …

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Palm or iPAQ

by Damian


Steve slowly walked into the building. Immediately all eyes went to his waist. Yeah he was packing. A closer inspection revealed that there was going to be trouble. Steve was wearing his new iPAQ hx2755. Problem was he was now in PalmOS territory and they didn’t take kindly to Pocket PCs. They didn’t care that it has 256 MB of memory or that it has biometric fingerprint scanner. All they …

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Paint.NET v2.5 Beta 4

by Keith


Paint.NET is an image and photo manipulation software designed to be used on computers that run Windows 200 or XP. Jointly developed at Washington State University with additional help from Microsoft, Paint.NET is meant to be a free replacement for the MS Paint software that comes with all Windows operating systems. The programming language used to create Paint.NET is C#, with GDI+ extensions. In addition, it is equipped with many …

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World’s smallest linux computer

by Marc

World\'s smallest linux computer

This has to be some sort of record. A linux computer in a module the size of an RJ45 connector. The picotux claims to be the smallest Linux computer in the world at just 35mm×19mm×19mm. It’s got a 55Mhz Arm7 CPU and 8MB RAM. Your 215 euros gets you a 10/100 ethernet jack, a serial port and a power supply. And that’s it – you won’t be playing doom on …

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Gigabyte Silent-Pipe II Technology

by Keith

Gigabyte Silent-Pipe II

Is your cooling fan making that irritating, intolerable noise, disrupting your entertainment? Well, we have a solution here. In Taiwan, GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., a leader in quiet graphics card cooling solutions, has announced their latest release of Silent-Pipe II technology. This new invention generates natural airflow to provide more efficient cooling without the use of any bulky heat sink or noisy fan.

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Super speedy 20in Widescreen TFT

by Al

BENQ Widescreen

I’ve just read on Trusted Reviews how BENQ have released the worlds fastest 20 inch TFT, with a response time of 8 milliseconds (mighty quick) and priced at under 500 quid seems pretty good value.

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