OpenTable Announces Site for Mobile Users

OpenTable reveals new restaurant reservation booking site for mobile users. OpenTable Mobile is an online restaurant reservation site that allows mobile users to search the price and availability of restaurants in their local area, and then book a reservation at one. “With OpenTable Mobile, we can now deliver the convenience of online reservations to diners who are on the road […]

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Samsung Releases 5 New Laptops

Samsung releases 5 new laptops for US market, including the ultrathin Sens X360. Samsung, a major name in computer parts like hard drives and LCD screens, is entering the US market today with 5 new laptops. The NC-10 netbook is a 10″ netbook for $499. The Sens X360 and X460 are super lightweight options ranging from $1,899 to $2,999 and […]

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Acer, ASUS, Duel For Netbook Dominance

Acer recently reported that shipments of its Aspire One could exceed sales of the ASUS Eee PC by all of a million units. Although ASUS is largely responsible for starting this whole netbook craze, Acer is playing the role of the bigger kid on the block and is poised to steal the show. They recently said that sales of the […]

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HP has launched a 13.3″ Laptop, the DV3500T

Posted by Blair Mathis This notebook features a sleek, thin body and powerful hardware to offer superb performance. The DV3500T features a 13.3″ display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels (optional LED backlight), and runs an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.53GHz CPU, has NVIDIA’s GeForce 9300M GS graphics, 8GB of DDR2 RAM, 400GB HDD, integrated webcam, biometric security, […]

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OLPC XO Gets A Bump With Gen 1.5

Posted by Daniel Shain The good people of One Laptop Per Child haven’t been resting easy, and are working on releasing an upgraded model of their XO netbook by late August. While it’s not the touchy-feely XO2 we’re all waiting for, the OLPC XO 1.5 is a nice upgrade that is designed to make the overall unit more powerful without […]

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AMD Announces Neo Platform To Compete With Atom

Posted by Daniel Shain AMD has released a new platform for ultrathin notebooks (not netbooks, which they are eschewing, and we’re not even allowed to say that word anyway) today, which should offer improved graphics performance and battery life. Previously codenamed “Yukon,” AMD has talked about this before, but Athlon Neo is the official name and it is officially here. […]

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Asus Announces Touchscreen Eee PC By Early 2009

Posted Wednesday, October 22, 2008 by Daniel Shain Asus CEO Jerry Sheen has revealed that a touchscreen Eee PC netbook is expected to be available by early 2009. Approximately a year after the first Asus Eee PC hit the market, Asus is revolutionizing things again with a touch enabled Eee PC. When interviewed Shen did not divulge certain details, such […]

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HP officially releases HP Mini 1000

Posted Wednesday, October 29, 2008 by Daniel Shain The HP Mini 1000 has been officially released today. We first heard rumors about this a few days ago, and it has finally become official. The HP Mini 1000 is here for real. We didn’t have a lot of specs before, but now we know that it will be available in either […]

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