Commodore Rises from its Ashes

Most of you probably remember the C=64, a legendary computer system that ruled the 80’s, and for some people, still brings a tear to their eyes when they hear about the name. If you were a die-hard C=64 or Amiga fan, I’m sure you already dreamt about Commodore coming back into business right? Well you […]

802.11n Draft 2.0 Gets Thumbs Up from IEEE Working Group

Yes folks, the 802.11 working group has finally gave its thumb up to draft 2.0 of the 802.11n protocol. In real world terms, this means that we’ll finally be seeing 802.11n compliant wireless devices appearing on the market before the end of the year. If you are looking to change your wireless router in coming […]

Seagate Releases World’s Most Secure Laptop Drive

Seagate has been working on a laptop hard drive featuring built-in hardware encryption for years now, and finally, the fruit of their labor has just been released on the market: The Moentus 5400 FDE.2. The Momentus is a serial ATA drive that spins at 5,400 rpm, has a 1.5Gbit/sec throughput and comes with pre-boot authentication […]

Apple to Release Flash-Based Notebook?

There’s a rumor floating around the web today that Apple would soon be releasing one of the first flash-based ultra-portable notebooks. Shaw Wu, an American tech analyst that is rarely wrong when it comes to such rumors, declared that the new mobile device would likely be released in the second half of 2007. According to […]

Monday Morning Links Serving: The March 12th Edition

–10 Fun Facts About Storage Just make it bigger, faster, cheaper –Building a Wireless Network for Dummies “I have recently been asked to setup a wireless network in home of one of my close friends. It was then when I first realised how litte people know about wireless technology and implementation.” –Reading your Hotmail email […]

Hyundai QarmaQ SUV Concept (Video)

The folks at CarScoop recently produced an interesting video presenting the stylish and very cool Hyundai QarmaQ, a new concept SUV that “features  polycarbonate glazing materials that are about 50 percent lighter compared to your usual glass and an “Elastic Front” safety system that significantly improves pedestrian protection.” Enjoy the show! More of a technology […]

AMD Brings Xbox 360 Tech to Handhelds

At GDC today, AMD announced a suite of tools for developing handheld gaming content for the company’s next-generation mobile graphics chips. These chips support the same Unified Shader Architecture as the Xbox 360’s ATI-designed GPU. Are phones the last stop here, or could the “Xboy” be on its way? For years now there have been […]

Daylight Savings Time in Canada & USA.

By Al Rozon Contributing writer, [GAS]  Before this year, the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, also known as “Spring Forward”, has always been on April 1st. This year, everything has changed: it will be on March 11th. The end of Daylight Savings Time, also known as “Fall Back”, has also been rescheduled to another date. In previous years, it used to […]