Monthly Archives: November 2010

Netbooks – They are Everywhere (even Toys R Us)

Netbooks. They are everywhere. Even at Toys R Us, as you can see by the image to the right of this article. I’ve been aware of them on display at Toys R Us for a year or two, but I’m … Continue reading

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Laptops With Intel’s Sandy Bridge Discovered

We knew that Intel would be formally introducing Sandy Bridge at CES 2011 in January. These are the second generation of Intel’s Core CPUs/platform. One of the major features would be moving the graphics processing completely onto the processor and … Continue reading

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Microsoft Drops Drive Extender from Windows Home Server

By now, you may have heard that Microsoft has decided to pull Drive Extender from it’s upcoming Windows Home Server V2 (codenamed ‘Vail’). Keep in mind that we are eight months into the beta of Vail. This is not some … Continue reading

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Dell Inspiron Duo: The First Week of December

Remember the Dell Inspiron Duo video from a few weeks ago? Well the 10.1-inch multi-touch Dell Inspiron Duo is on track to be in the hands of customers within a month. It should be available the first week of December, … Continue reading

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Adobe Working on a MacBook Air-Specific Version of Flash

This is an interesting development. It appears that Adobe is working on a version of Flash that is optimized for Apple’s 13.3-inch and 11.6-inch MacBook Air series. Adobe’s Flash platform had been left out of Apple’s new MacBook Air line … Continue reading

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