LG have today announced their entry in to the sub-notebook category, the Netbook X110.
Joining the trend which started getting attention when the Asus Eee was launched, LG says that theirs offers “the full PC experience,” and comes in three colours white, black and pink. It runs Windows XP Home and uses the Intel Atom processors
Continue reading LG Netbook X110 Launched: IFA 2008
We heard news from Gary McKinnon’s law firm, Kaim Todner, that the European Court of Human Rights (‘ECtHR’) has ruled against their recent application to have Gary’s extradition to the US halted.
The temporary prohibition of McKinnon’s extradition, as granted by the ECtHR on 12 August, is now effectively lifted and the authorities of the United Kingdom are now free to extradite our client to the United States.
Continue reading Gary McKinnon: All Legal Routes Exhausted: Extradition To US Likely
Graphics software giants Adobe are set to get into ‘the cloud’ with their new Photoshop.com service, due to launch in October.
The online service will offer two levels of membership: a free, basic membership which offers 5GB of storage and automatic backup of images to Adobe’s servers, with the Plus membership upping the storage to 20GB of storage, with options to get regular design advice, new tutorials, tips and seasonal artwork.
Continue reading Adobe Launches Cloud Services, Updates to Elements And Premiere Elements
If you’ve been digging those oh-so-silky-smooth lines of the HTC Touch Pro but were expelling harumphs at the lack of a full keyboard, then let your undercarriage moisten rapidly at the sight of the all-new HTC S740 featuring not one, but two keyboards.
Continue reading Sleek HTC S740 Handset Packs QWERTY, Wi-Fi, GPS
Like a Stella-frothed pub drunk at throwing out time, the Olympus Stylus 1050 SW reckons it’s so tough it virtually begs you to come and have a go to see if you’re hard enough.
Continue reading Olympus Stylus 1050 SW Says, “Come And Have A Go If You Think You’re Hard Enough”
Nokia has officially announced two new handsets for the UK market, the N85 and the N79, with both expected to be diving headlong into the pockets and handbags of Brits sometime next month.
Continue reading Nokia N85, N79 GPS Handsets Announced For UK
Yet another UK Government data loss story today.
Today’s is the loss of the names, dates of birth and, in some cases, the expected prison release dates of all 84,000 prisoners in the UK.
As well as this shocking amount of data, there was more held on the memory stick that it’s reported that PA Consulting lost.
PA Consulting have also worked on the proposed ID Card project.
Continue reading All 84,000 UK Prisoner’s Details Lost On Data Stick
We know that lots of you, dear reader, are into Digital Design. Well, NMK have brought an event to our attention that we think you could well enjoy.
Digital Design Day is part of the London Design Festival and will be running the full day of 17th September 2008 at the Southbank Centre in London.
Scheduled to run between 9am and 11:30pm. The breakdown of the free and pay-for events is below.
Continue reading Digital Design Day Details: 17 September, London
If you’re a company making software that lets people design their own houses, getting a tie up with a widely-watched TV programme that monitors the development of self-designed houses is pretty exciting.
Continue reading Grand Design 3D Software Announced
Toshiba haven’t given up trying to needle Sony and the rest of the Blu-ray companies.
Their latest idea is XDE.
Continue reading XD-E500: Toshiba XDE DVD Niggles At Blu-ray