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Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y560d 3D Laptop goes on sale today

During the middle of June, Lenovo announced its first 3D laptop, the IdeaPad Y560d. Today the Y560d is now available through the Lenovo website with a starting sale price of $1,499.00, which could change when or if it hits retail […]

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Sony to recall half a million Vaio laptops

On Wednesday, Sony announced its plans to recall about 535,000 Vaio laptops as they all had overheating problems. The company said that the flaw is actually in the temperature control of the laptop which can create an excessive buildup of […]

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Asus Announces New Eee PC 1215N Multimedia Netbook

No warning to anyone, not so much as a mention through the Asus Website, Asus has announced a new Netbook via its Middle East Facebook page to rival all other Netbooks, the Eee PC 1215N Multimedia Netbook.

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NVidia releases a new beta GeForce driver to support 3D Vision Surround

NVidia has released the GeForce v258.69 beta driver, which will add support for 3D Vision Surround. 3D Vision Surround allows for certain system setups to display 3D graphics across three monitors. For users looking to expand their experience will have […]

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China finds Googles HongKong redirect unacceptable

Google currently automatically redirect everyone using Google.cn to Google.com.hk, its Hong Kong search engine. This redirect, which offers unfiltered search in simplified Chinese, has been working well for Google users and for Google.

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Dell Inspiron R laptops now available in the US

Dell today announced the Inspiron R series of entry-level laptops. The Inspiron brand is Dell’s most affordable and most popular line. Today’s refresh brings three new models with four new colors to the lineup, as well as Adamo-inspired design choices, […]

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Lenovo announcess 3D-Capable IdeaPad

Lenovo today announced the Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d, the company’s first multimedia laptop with a 3D display. The Y560d features the TriDef 3D technology solution, which includes a 3D screen, software and glasses 1, so users can experience the unique sensation […]

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Google Search Indexing to get a dose of Caffeine

Google, which had unveiled a “secret project” of “next-generation architecture for Google’s web search“ called Caffeine, has now announced its completion.

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Google Suggest feature gets a tweak!

The Google Suggest feature, in Google Search offers spell-corrected search completions, to provide you with similar search queries from other users.

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Google homepage to display background images too

Google is introducing a new feature that brings a new level of personalization to Google Search, by letting you add a favorite photo or image to the background of the Google homepage. You can choose any photo from your computer […]

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Google allows website visitors to opt out of Google Analytics

Many website owners & bloggers use Google Analytics to track & see their website statistics.  Google has now announced that they are now giving the option to the visitors to opt out of being counted! Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on […]

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Internet threats force Govt of India to develop Operating System

The Government of India has set in motion an ambitious plan to develop its own software and end the reliance on foreign operating systems and anti-virus products after growing worries over the spurt in cyber attacks on Indian establishments.

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Google gives its home page a new look

The look and feel of Google’s search results have changed! Today’s metamorphosis responds to the increasing richness of the web and the increasing power of search — revealing search tools on the left and updating the visual look and feel […]

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Google Gets Approval to Buy & Sell Electricity

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has granted its approval to Google, to become an electricity marketer, permitting it to buy and resell electricity.

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Google acquires Aardvark

Google has announced that they’ve acquired Aardvark, a unique technology company that lets you quickly and easily tap into the knowledge and experience of your friends and extended network of contacts.

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Google ‘look-alike’ Search emerges in China.

A new search engine Goojje search has been noticed in China. Apart from sounding similar to Google, it also copies the loogo of Google and includes the Baidu logo in its own.

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75% of Linux code is written by paid developers

The Linux world makes much of its community roots, but when it comes to developing the kernel of the operating system, it’s less a case of “volunteers ahoy!” and more a case of “where’s my pay?”

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Google Hacks Back!

Google had earlier announced that it will no longer censor search results on Google.cn, the Chinese version of the search engine.