Posts Tagged ‘computer’

Steven Sinofsky, the Microsoft Windows Division President,  recently unveiled the newest version of Windows, known as Windows 8. The release was done at the BUILD conference in Anaheim California to an audience of developers.  Sinofsky called Windows 8 a “bold reimagining” of the platform, saying that 1995 was...

igglu is a conceptual computer system which is designed to maximise energy and be resource efficient.  The concept is composed of two parts, the PC itself and the pedal generator used to create power. Such a concept seems especially useful for the virtual office user who requires a pc on the go, as the ability to...

HTC has just revealed the HTC Flyer which is rumored to go on sale as early as April.  There have been reports that the tablet will cost in the regions of £600, but this is just speculation as no official announcement has been made. What’s more, it’s not uncommon for prices to change pre-launch. So with the iPad 2...

Apple has finally unveiled the much talked about iPad 2, with the new device getting some substantial upgrades. There were many rumours flying around as to what new features the device will have, and despite big improvements there are those that are still slightly disappointed. Personally I think the new iPad 2 is a...

The media:scape was developed to improve the sharing of ideas within a group of people working collaboratively, allowing them to access and share information quickly and efficiently. As most collaborative work spaces support a leader-led presentation of information, Steelcase attempts to break these barriers down and...

The iPad pillow was created by the Dutch designer Stein Bakker in an attempt to make tablets more ergonomically friendly. Though tablets allow us the freedom to work and play on the go, offering the ultimate in portability, they are often difficult to use for long periods of time. Therefore the iPad pillow seeks to...

Logitech recently released its new wireless K750  Solar Keyboard, which as the name suggests is powered by integrated solar panels. Intergration of the panels is a huge plus, in that it means that there are no bulky power bricks or charging cables required.  What’s more, the keyboard can be powered by indoor...

SGI has been quiet as of late, in fact we haven’t heard much since they declared bankruptcy and were bought by Rackable Systems back in April. Apparently since then they’ve been waiting for the dust to settle and release a new workstation, the Octane III supercomputer. It’s good to hear from SGI. Their new...

Shuttle and its form factor Barebone PCs are nothing new but this time around, Shuttle has surprised many (including us) with the launch of the X50 an All-in-One PC. We’ve never heard about Barebones that integrates certain essentials. And definitely the X50 breaks a trend or rather sets one in this case. The X50...