Google's popular News aggregation service has gotten a few significant updates today. Greater customisation abilities will make it easier to check out a news feed tailored to your tastes, and will now include stories specific to your chosen location….
Now Posterous users can add their banners, choose from different types of layout, adopt a theme and even create their own themes via HTML and CSS.
Sony has announced that its VAIO TT Blu-ray notebook, which it claims is the lightest portable PC containing a high-def optical drive, is now available in the UK.
It sports a modest 11.1-inch widescreen LED-backlit display offering 1,366 x 768 resolution, Intel Core 2 Duo SU9300 processor, Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD, 4GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, plus WWAN technology offering 7.2Mbps HSDPA and 2Mbps HSUPA where service is available.
A DVD superdrive comes as standard with the laptop, with the option to add Blu-ray. A 128GB solid state drive can also be fitted instead of the hard drive. Sony is being suitably stingy with pricing information, but we’ll get it to you as soon as we find out…
This would’ve been the perfect ride during my Toxic (Avenger/Crusaders) phase as a youth. Some twisted fellow in Bali has ‘pimped’ his ride by fixing snakes, vines and ghouls to it, allowing him to pull the best girls on the weekend and scare old women on their way to Netto during the week; i.e. ‘live the dream’.
New Ravers, rejoice! ColorWare have added the DS Lite to their library of customisable gaming hardware. Using the online palette, you can select your own garish combination of glossy, scratch resistant finishes. There’s even a metallic paint option ‘with sparkling flakes’, which may or may not end up looking like the stuff they use on bumper cars at the fair.
That amazingly clever headline refers to new tech start-up NVousPC, a laptop design company that’ll make your £299 Acer into something totally desirable by putting pretty colours on it.
Started up by a former Alienware engineer Oscar Zapata, NVous also…