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MSI Launches X-Slim Series X460, X460DX Notebooks

MSI has added two new 14” notebooks into its series of thin-and-light laptops. The X-Slim X460 and X460DX notebooks boast updated Intel processors and discrete graphics inside a shell no thicker than an inch.

Elecom Introduces Bluetooth Folding Keyboard for iPhone, iPad and iTouch

Elecom's Bluetooth wireless folding keyboard for the iPhone, iPad and iTouch expands your mobile computing options while keeping components compact, lightweight and portable.

Make Your Smartphone an Art Phone with Famous Paintings iPhone 4 Covers

There's an art to protecting your expensive Apple iPhone 4, and you'd better believe Da Vinci, Picasso, Klimt, and Van Gogh would want to press one of these miniature masterpieces to their ear... oops, sorry Vincent.

China's First Flying Drone Has Got its Robotic Eye on You

Watch out for the F50, China's first flying robotic drone. Small as a pizza pan and equipped with an HD video camera, you can be sure it'll be watching you!

Elecom's Designer Wireless Computer Mice Sport USB Dongle Tails

A new series of computer mice from Elecom in association with Nendo feature a choice of 8 animal tails that – besides looking SO cute – act as USB wireless dongles.

The First Cardboard Radio: Now That's Green Design

....The internal wiring is all set up in a simple card structure.  There's not a lot to the Cardboard Radio; it's not a BOSE®, but it does have its own charm, as well as working parts.

Intel offers Performance Upgrades for Low-End CPUs – Via Software

CPU giant Intel tried out a special “Upgrade Service” for one of its budget processors not too long ago, and evidently that attempt was successful. Intel is beginning to put out three new processors, all of which can get a boost in their specifications using some special software – but for a price.

New SATA Express & µSSD Interface Standards Pave Way for Faster and Smaller SSDs

Solid-state drive transfer rates continue to rise, and the need for smaller physical sizes to fit shrinking notebook profiles is also becoming important. Thankfully, the organization behind the well-known Serial ATA interface has two new connectivity standards to address both of these wants.

Ghost Of Guy Fawkes Evoked To Destroy Facebook?

While the blogoshere is cyberventilating once again about the imminent demise of Facebook (anybody remember the "We're Quitting Facebook Day" scheduled for May 31, 2010?), the ghost of Guy Fawkes has been evoked to stir the conspiracy pot. Five hundred years to the day, the Hacker activist group known as Anonymous is claiming they will coincide their destruction of Facebook with Fawkes attempt to blow up the House of Parliament on November 5, 1605.

7 Things Gamers Can't Live Without

Serious gamers are typically those that play more than two hours of games per day (14 hours or more per week), especially those that play competitively either online or professionally. For those of you that want more of an insight into the life of a gamer, or want to be a serious gamer, or simply want a look at some awesome electronic products, read on about the 7 Things Serious Gamers Can't Live Without.