If you’ve ever owned a laptop or a netbook, you know that their batteries come with a finite lifespan. But what about a longer lasting alternative to powering up your computer? Fuel cells, namely hydrogen fuel cells, not only boast a longer useful life, but they are also capable of running for weeks without requiring a recharge. Not surprisingly, it is reported that Apple is looking into using this technology, recently filing two patents incorporating the cells.
Tutorial to root Samsung Galaxy Mini: Rooting has been so popular for android users. We are sure that you already know what benefits of that. At this article we want to share how to root Galaxy Mini. Although this is low-end smartphone you also can do like what you can do for other android phones.
Preparation: Before rooting your Galaxy Mini, make sire you have already prepared what you will need. To do this, we will need SuperOneClick application since it’s easy to use. Here are somethings which will needed in rooting Samsung Galaxy Mini
Download SuperOneClick here
Micro usb cable. It’s [...]
Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system will not require a processing powerhouse to run efficiently, the company claimed during the official unveiling.
At the Build developers’ conference, Windows President Stephen Sinofsky demonstrated Windows 8 running on his own Lenovo S10 netbook, which is around three years old.
Sinofsky used Windows Task Manager to show that Windows 8 required less system resources than Windows 7 and that the aging Intel Atom processor and 1GB of RAM set-up was “enough” to run the new OS.
Windows 8 used 280MB of data while Windows 7 used 400MB [...]
Our list of the best Android tablets in the world – regularly updated
If you’re looking for a tablet and don’t fancy an iPad, then Android is the way to go.
There are other options out there; Windows 7 tablets are available, the BlackBerry PlayBook is on sale now and the HP TouchPad is coming soon. But Android 3.0 is currently the main OS rival to the iPad, and the products are creeping onto the shelves one by one.
We’ve gone from zero Android tablets to stacks of the things in a very short space of time, and inevitably some are better than others.
Some have ten-inch [...]
Generally laptops are just too heavy to carry around with you. With a good netbook you will be in touch with your office and home wherever you might go.
Netbooks have recently dropped in price and improved in power, dramatically so. Having said that if you want to play games or edit video or music a netbook is not for you. They simply don’t have the power for that. If however you want to web browse, do a little work, maybe video chat, and do all of this on the go, then a netbook is a great solution for you.
In top 10 netbooks 2011 we will look at the top 10 new netbooks, discuss what [...]
Google has announced a special Chrome event which is set for 7th December 2010. It is expected that on special Chrome event, Google will reveal Chrome OS netbook, new Chrome OS release, Chrome Web / App Store and many more.
So, stay tunned for further updates about Chrome’s upcoming event.
It was only a matter of time before Acer let out the pricing / availability details on its dual-core Atom netbook, and as we could have predicted, the Taiwanese company’s smacked an extremely enticing pricetag on this one. Ringing up at an aggressive $329.99, the 2.2-pound D255 looks almost identical to the D260 — yes, even those with the worst of cataracts could tell it’s an Aspire One from afar — but in terms of specs it’s got that notable difference of a brand new dual-core Atom N550 processor. But not to worry, even though it’s now the cheapest dual-core [...]
There’s not much to your average prototype Windows 7 tablet — just a netbook running the vanilla OS with a touchscreen instead of keyboard — but if you’ve been wondering why you might care to buy one, just get a load of this Macallan UI. Developed by a third-party firm named UI Centric specifically for Windows tablet devices, it features a clean, finger-friendly interface capable of Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight, and uses the crowd-pleasing page flip gesture for multitasking functionality. Perhaps most importantly, however, UI Centric claims it will actually [...]
Would you like to try out Google’s Android OS on your netbook or desktop? Here’s how you can run Android from a flash drive and see how fast Android can run on real hardware!
Install Android On Your Flash Drive or Memory Card
First, make sure you have a flash drive or memory card inserted into your computer with around 256MB or more storage space. Remove any files you may need off of the drive, so you can use it to run Android on your computer.
Now you’re ready to download and setup Android on your drive. Head over to the Android x86 download page (link below), scroll down to [...]
You’d think after running into ASUS’s next generation Eee PC 1018P and 1015PE over five months ago at CeBIT, our excitement may have waned for the stylish netbooks. Oh, but it’s actually the opposite, and when the brand new netbooks arrived last week, we grabbed the X-Acto knife (safely, of course) and eagerly unboxed them to see if the aluminum clad little laptops were as svelte as we’d remembered them. Sure, the $350 1018P and 1015PE have standard netbook internals (an Intel Atom N450 CPU, 1GB of RAM and Windows 7 Starter), but without a doubt they’re some [...]