Samsung’s N120 is a new netbook that continues to build upon the strengths of their previous models—too bad we can’t get them here in the Philippines.
All day surfing with your mobile phone for just 20 pesos! Globe offers unlimited web browsing access for the mobile version of any of these popular sites: Facebook, Wikipedia & Friendster. A good deal especially for Facebook addicts!
The Dell Inspiron 11z would’ve been a better netbook if it had an Atom processor instead of a ULV Celeron.
The updated MacBook Pros appears to be a really good buy as this review would suggest.
A Nokia netbook? Apparently, they’re not content with building cellphones for the world’s population, so now they’re coming up with Nokia Booklet 3G! Sleek–looking piece of aluminum hardware on an otherwise ordinary–spec netbook. But 12 hours of battery life? That’s just like saying your cellphones have five days of standby time!
Even before the official September release of Apple’s Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, someone already has it running on a hackintosh netbook. Will Snow Leopard be more hackintosh–friendly? I sure hope so.
I think MSI netbooks are cool but I wouldn’t buy the new X-series models for this use.
Top text-messaging etiquette tips. “Texting is fast and direct, but it can easily annoy others. Here’s how to mind your manners.”
The Averatec N3400 is a low–cost aluminum 13–inch notebook that comes in at around USD $800 and positioned to steal some market share from the MacBook Air.
Quo Computer is a new company that happens to offer Apple’s Mac OS X on its custom–built computers; interestingly, their service is as customer–oriented as Apple’s. Let’s just hope they don’t get sued out of business.
No, the Averatec D1005 is not an iMac clone. Or so it thinks.
Did you know you can install Linux Mint apps in Ubuntu 9.04? Almost a giveaway, but here’s the tutorial to actually do it.
Using a MacBook or any of those new netbooks with multi–touch touchpads? These Firefox 3.5 hacks are for you!