I wrote about this over at PCWorld – pretty amazing to think that you can have replacement body parts just printed out for you within a couple of hours.
In a month which saw PCWorld celebrate 50 Million visitors, Apple finally revealed their tablet device putting an end to the endless rumour mill. During January I wrote about a retro LG CRT TV, Google’s Nexus One phone, CES rumours and of course the iPad.
Check out my posts for the month of January below:
- iPad: IPS Screen Technology Explained
- Oops! McGraw-Hill CEO Lets Apple Tablet Confirmation Slip
- LG Goes Retro, Introduces New CRT TV
- Corsair’s New Dominator XMP RAM Is World’s Fastest
- Dell’s Mini 5 To Be Powered By 1GHz Snapdragon CPU
- Fox News ‘Confirms’ Apple Tablet, iLife 2010, and Next iPhone OS
- Nokia Shares A Glimpse At Symbian 4
- Samsung’s New 64GB Flash Chip Is Ideal for Mobile Devices
- Want 12 Hours of Battery Life from a High-End Laptop? ASUS Can Help
- Google’s Nexus One Torn Apart In iFixit Teardown
- Rumor: MSI To Show Dual-Screen E-Reader & 3D Laptop At CES
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December has passed us by and a new year is with us, so as ever, it’s time to look back over my posts from PCWorld for the last month. Below is just a selection of some of my posts made, including details on Dell’s rumoured upcoming Android-based tablet, and a feature detailing five alternative operating systems to Google’s upcoming Chrome OS. You can find more of my posts from PCWorld on the GeekTech blog or directly via this link.
- PQI Bring The Speed With 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drives
- Panasonic’s New Battery Designed with Safety in Mind
- Need a 24GB Memory Kit? That’ll Be $1300, Please
- Toshiba Announces 64GB Flash Memory; Perfect For Next iPhone
- Five Web-Centric Alternatives to Google Chrome OS
- Dell To Reveal Android Tablet At CES?
Another month has passed by so it’s time to update you all with the blog posts I made over at PC World this month:
- Dell Offers Custom Chromium OS Download For Mini 10V
- Buffalo Brings SuperSpeed To Blu-ray With New External Drive
- Ostendo’s 43-Inch Curved Monitor: The Ultimate Gaming Display?
- Intel Core i9: Six Cores Of Speed
- 1TB SSD Drive Available Now; A Steal At Just Over $3,000
- Google Chrome OS Source Code Now Available For Download
- Google Chrome OS: Rounding Up The Rumors
- Rumor: Four Arrandale CPUs Coming In January
- Motorola Droid Laid Bare, Reveals All In Teardown
- OpenOffice Introduces Multi-Button Confusion With New Mouse
- Green Computing: The Good And The Bad
- Intel Promises SSD Firmware Fix
- Windows 7: First Service Pack Details Emerge
- American USB 3.0 HDD Debut To Come Courtesy Of Dane-Elec
- Firefox 3.6 Beta ‘Test Build’ Available For Download
- First Look At Google’s Chrome Browser Within The Chrome OS
- Future Versions Of Firefox To Detect Screen Orientation
- Microsoft Planning 128-Bit Version Of Windows 8?
- Buffalo Shipping External USB 3.0 Hard Drives This Month
- Active Media Launching USB 3.0 External SSDs This Year
- Eleven Years Of Google: A Look Back
The above is just a selection of what I have written for the Geek Tech blog this month, you can find more of my articles on the site. I intend to update my blog, in a similar fashion to Daniel Ionescu, with a summary of my posts on a regular basis, so be sure to keep checking back.
Below is a small handful of articles I have wrote for the site since my first article went live, be sure to check them out, and leave your thoughts:
- Unseen Apple Mac Prototypes from Harmut Esslinger
- Bill Gates Leaves Facebook, Says Its To Much Hassle
- iPhone App Helps Drunks Walk The Line
- First USB 3.0 Motherboard On The Way
- Awesome Wall Chart Turns PC Parts into Geek Porn
These are just a few of what I have wrote so far, no doubt I will keep this blog updated with my postings over at Geek Tech. You can follow Geek Tech on Twitter.