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Sean Parker Slams The Social Network | Posted on: 24/01/2011 @ 14:12
Sean Parker the founder of Naptster, has slammed The Social Network as a complete work of fiction, especially the way his character is portrayed by Justin Timberlake.Sean Parker Slams The Social Network is a post from: UK Gadget and Tech News, Reviews and Shopping Site - Gaj-It.com
Review: Panasonic TX-P37X20 | Posted on: 20/01/2011 @ 10:36
Panasonic's enviable reputation is based on a combination of rip-snorting high-end screens and solidly respectable everyday sets. The X20 Series represents Panasonic's current plasma value offering; it lacks much of the more advanced functions seen further up Panasonic's range, but for frugal buyers who don't want to pay for extra bells and whistles, it delivers big performance bangs for a modest ...
Asus RT-N16 Gigabit SuperSpeed-N Router Review @ Tweaknews | Posted on: 17/01/2011 @ 7:32
For a sub-$100 router, the RT-N16 is an excellent choice for both beginners and enthusiasts alike. The UI is easy to work with and setting up secure wireless Internet access is a cinch even for those without advanced networking skills. For those who like to tinker, this router boasts some impressive hardware specs and supports third party firmware such as DD-WRT and Tomato.
Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25 | Posted on: 14/01/2011 @ 0:00
The Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25 is a 50-inch plasma 3D HDTV that has excellent 2D and 3D performance, Internet connectivity and good quality THX sound. The color quality and black levels are also among the best we've seen. And it won't break the bank, but it is slightly unattractive looking and doesn't have built-in Wi-Fi.
AT&T Targets CDMA, Network Speed in Verizon iPhone Response | Posted on: 13/01/2011 @ 8:12
By Chloe Albanesius In response to Verizon’s Tuesday iPhone announcement, AT&T focused on what it considered to be the limitations of Verizon’s CDMA network. “For iPhone users who want the fastest speeds, the ability to talk and use apps at the same time, and unsurpassed global coverage, the only choice is AT&T,” the carrier said [...]
Apple iPhone 4 Finally Arrives on Verizon Network | Posted on: 12/01/2011 @ 23:48
After months and months of rumors, iPhone 4 has finally made its Verizon debut. In an event held in New York today, Apple andVerizon finally made their collaboration official. Verizon is now the second carrier in the … [visit site to read more] Apple iPhone 4 Finally Arrives on Verizon Network is a post from: [...]Apple iPhone 4 Finally Arrives on Verizon Network is a post from: UK Gadget and ...
QNAP TS-419P+ TurboNAS Review | Posted on: 12/01/2011 @ 2:25
QNAP's TurboNAS TS-419P+ is an updated version of the company's 419P Model released more than two ye...
ASUS Rampage III Black Edition gets discrete audio-network processor | Posted on: 11/01/2011 @ 1:12
ASUS hsa at CES presented an armada of new motherboards for Intel's Sandy Bridge platform. Like competitor Gigabyte, ASUS has updated its assortment of LGA1366 motherboards with the new flagship Republic of Gamers Rampage III Black Edition.
QNAP TS-659 Pro+ Turbo NAS Server Review | Posted on: 09/01/2011 @ 16:13
Today we are looking at the latest generation NAS server from QNAP. The new TS-659 Pro+ ships standa...
QNAP TS-659 Pro+ Turbo NAS Server | Posted on: 05/01/2011 @ 0:12
Introduction 2010 was a big year for QNAP and the hits just keep on coming. At Computex we learned about new software developments that allow their NAS servers to be controlled by smart phones and iPads as well as new software that would increase the performance significantly. On top of the software updates, QNAP has partnered with Intel to use the new Intel dual core Atom processors in their ...
Review: Panasonic SC-BTT350D | Posted on: 04/01/2011 @ 11:48
The art of designing AV kit to look contemporary and even attractive is a skill that seems to have passed Panasonic by ? its designers refuse to match the exterior aesthetics or the menu systems of its products to the technological innovation that lies within their often dour exteriors. The BTT350's main unit, for example, looks almost the same as one of the brand's early DVD players, or dare I ...