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 [...]
Archive for August, 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 [...]
Adobe heads off into the cloud to offer users web-based back up and storage services.
We’re loving the look of HTC’s new slide out handset.
It may be small but Olympus reckon their water, shock, and freeze-proof digicam is as hard as nails.
Two shiny new handsets from Nokia pack GPS, FM Transmitter and 5MP cameras
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 [...]
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. [...]
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.