Eurocom Monster 11.6-inch notebook packs in Ivy Bridge, Kepler GPU and 16 GB RAM
If you're looking to grab a super-powerful notebook, money is no object and you're not too keen on Apple's Retina-packing MacBook Pro, Eurocom have just revealed details of a new supercharged laptop. And, just like it's name suggests, it's a…
NSFW: Does a 16GB USB vibrator tickle your fancy?
Is this the most geek-friendly vibrator of all time? Take a look at the Duet, a waterproof USB-powered vibrator that could be as useful in the workplace as it is in the bedroom. Now, before you start sniggering about…
SPY SHOT: New iPhone back cover black and matte?
If these leaked spy shots, supposedly from China, are to be believed, then the back cover of the next version of the iPhone 3G will be black and matte. If you’re the kind of person with greasy fingers, then that’ll make you very happy.
The same source leaked an accurate back cover of last year’s iPhone months before its release, so there’s every reason to believe that this is real. On the other hand, though, it’s rather early to be seeing an Apple product that’s widely expected to show up in June.
Sony prepping touch screen, wi-fi, 16 and 32GB WALKMAN-brand media player
Sony is preparing to jump on the touchable media player bandwagon, according to sources, with an all singing, all dancing, all touching PMP set to be unveiled at this coming January’s Consumer Electronic Show tech binge.
The WALKMAN-badged player will, so some bloke on the internet told some other bloke on the internet, have a 3″ OLED screen for super-nice colour reproduction and long enough battery life to watch…
New Zunes on the way. Not for us in the UK though.
If you’ve been aching to get a Zune, then you’re going to have to ache a bit longer, and probably a bit harder too. In the USA and Canada, the only countries where Microsoft’s MP3 player is available, it looks like 16GB and 120GB versions are nearing release…
Will Apple limit iPhone 3G in UK as punishment for unlocking, and why should they care?
According to inside sources in the mobile retail industry, Apple is planning to limit sales of the iPhone 3G in the UK because it’s pissed off (that’s the technical term, you understand) with Brits unlocking and doing naughty things with it.
Statistics suggest that only 15% (that’s around one in six) of the first generation iPhones sold in the UK were activated for use on the O2 network. The rest were either unlocked for use on other British networks or were sold on abroad…
O2 may or may not be selling 16GB iPhone, depending on when you visit their website
Yesterday, O2’s web site claimed that it had no iPhones left in stock — not even the heftily-priced 16GB model.
Today, it seems, the 16GB is still available, even though “officially” it isn’t.
According to PC Advisor, O2 has “confirmed reports that the iPhone is not currently available anywhere in the UK” — that’ll be everywhere except the Apple Store, presumably, who are still merrily selling 8GB and 16GB iPhones with next-day delivery…
CONFIRMED: Apple launches 16GB iPhone and 32GB iPod Touch
The rumours of a new 16GB iPhone turned out to be true, as it’s just gone on sale in the US Apple Store for $499. In all other respects, it’s identical to the existing 8GB model, which is still available for $399.
At the time of writing, there’s no sign of it on Apple or O2’s UK websites, but we’re assured that it will be on sale here too imminently, where it’ll cost £329.
Rumours mount of 16GB UK iPhone going on sale today
Eee PC 4G hacked – man adds 16GB "hard drive" and Bluetooth
The 16GB hard drive is actually a 16GB Corsair USB memory stick stuck in the Eee PC’s little underside expansion port, and the Bluetooth functionality is the internal bits of a Microsoft Bluetooth dongle.
The full details of what he did to the poor little laptop…