Sprint U1901 USB 4G mobile broadband modem

On August 12, 2010, in Gadgets, by Keenan

Sprint has just released the Sprint U1901 4G USB modem. A lot of companies seem to be selling “USB modems” now which allow customers to connect to their networks while you are on the go. Most likely are used with laptops for most of the time.

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On April 1st a screenshot on a certain Chinese site appeared that just might be the new Internet Explorer 9. Is it just a joke, or is it for real? Let’s find out.

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Another night, another marathon Call of Duty session. You have finally scoped out the hateful sniper who’s been pwning your team with a cold eye and withered husk of a heart, and crept into position inch by painstaking inch. He’s toast. Your finger slowly depresses the trigger and…Eh?! One moment he’s crouching, helpless, under your crosshairs, the next he suddenly, impossibly, flits out of harm’s way, safe to kill another day. The dreaded lag strikes again.

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The news of an actual dedicated hardware based Boxee device was annouced just last month, however at the time Boxee did not spill any news on who will be its hardware partner. The Boxee Box now its officially called is shaped more like a half-submerged cube, boasts HDMI, SD card slot, two USB 2.0 ports, WiFi, and ethernet for internet connectivity.

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The Box will allow streaming of online content and storage of digital media to an HDTV. The device allows users to share playlists with friends on various social networking sites, including Twitter and Facebook. The Boxee Box also facilitates educational purposes such as university courses, panel discussions, academic lectures, presentations and web-only videos.

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Review: New LG Chocolate BL40

On November 16, 2009, in Cell Phones, Product Reviews, by KLS

One of the most controversial discussions regarding LG’s new addition to Black Labels Series phones is how will the new shape of the BL40 perform? Thanks to LG who recently sent us the new Chocolate BL40 for a review, we’ve been able to test it out. For those who like a reminder of what the BL40 is technically capable of.

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One of the most effective yet affordable anti-virus solutions for PC I’ve ever used – AVG, has recently announced the latest update to their software. AVG 9.0 gives you hassle-free protection from today’s most sophisticated threats online. If you’re already using a previous version of AVG ie 8.5, you’ll be happy to know that AVG 9.0 now boots and scans faster than AVG 8.5 and makes 50% of decisions automatically meaning you get hassled 50% less when working.

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Iomega has released the StorCenter ix2-200, a NAS (Network Attached Storage) device that includes built-in torrent, Apple’s Time Machine support, bluetooth-based uploads from phones, remote access and its in a neat, earth-friendly green package.

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