The release of Apple‘s newly upgraded MacBook Pro unveiled a wide range of tweaks and improvements to the popular notebook. For one, they will all be furnished with new Intel i5 and i7 processors, except the 13-inch models which still have Core2Duo technology. The change means the 15-inch and 17-inch models will be up to [...]
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Just days away from the highly-anticipated release of the Apple iPad, reviews of the device are all over the place. And while Steve Jobs’ latest gadget is being called everything from “absurd” to “the laptop killer”, most seem to agree that the battery life of the iPad will meet and even exceed initial expectations-
You may have seen the television commercials depicting Apple’s laptops as too expensive and out of reach for the average joe. And while many of Apple’s top of the line computers do come with a hefty price tag, the American consumer electronics manufacturer has just unveiled it’s most inexpensive laptop computer to date; one whose [...]
As alternative energy sources are being sought out and utilized more than ever before, the need for new methods of storing the energy is growing larger by the day. With this in mind, the Malaysian company ETI Tech Corporation Bhd has introduced what they claim to be the first ever lithium-polymer based battery system for [...]
And here comes another one…. Top to bottom, the iPhone has proven itself to be the most preferred smartphone currently available on the market. And while that may be the case, the iPhone isn’t without it’s Achilles heel. What has now become the most common complaint regarding the iPhone is it’s battery’s ability to keep up with all of the [...]
We’re on the eve of the release of yet another iPhone accessory as the Juice Pack Air from Mophie will be made available for purchase tomorrow. With many of it’s users pointing to the iPhone’s battery life as it’s most notable deficiency, there have been a large number of products put out on the market [...]
CeBIT 2009 just closed up shop after another succesful year in Hanover, Germany. The massive ICT (information and communications technology) conference gave nearly 43,000 companies from 69 countries around the world the opportunity to reveal their new creations and get a glimpse for just where the industry is headed in the years to come.