Tag: Windows 7
UK built iTablet rears its head, runs off with a shed load of iPad hype
There are a fair few tech companies piggy-backing off the hype surrounding the iPad with their own product launches, but this is both shameless and cheekily hilarious. UK based X2 Computing are set to release their own touchscreen tablet, the…
Toshiba launch Mini NB300 and NB305 Netbooks with 11 hour battery
Toshiba's new Mini NB300 and NB305 Netbooks look set to address one of Netbook Land's key problems: battery life. Featuring a six-cell high capacity battery pack, these latest offerings from Toshiba can manage a hefty 11 hours on-time from a…
Sony announce two new VAIO range notebooks, the E and W series
Sony's VAIO notebook range is to get two new models this month in the shape of the E and W series. The netbook-like W series weighs just 1 kg and features a 10.1 inch screen. Shipping with Windows 7 Starter…
CES 2010: Microsoft's Ballmer announces the HP Slate
A beacon of hope in an otherwise drab Microsoft keynote at this year's CES, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unvilied the HP Slate, a touchscreen tablet PC that the two companies have been working closely together on. "It's a beautiful…
CES 2010: Microsoft's Steve Ballmer opens CES, but does anyone care anymore?
Microsoft's Chief Exec Steve Ballmer officially opened the CES 2010 show in Vegas last night but failed to impress with a speech that started late due to technical problems (they should have used a Mac) and then went on for…
MSI launch Wind Top AE202 touch screen PC
20", 16.9 screen will feature multi-touch controls.
Microsoft and LinkedIn announce partnership
It's an important move for LinkedIn, with integration to a native Windows program offering huge exposure to the network.
Windows 7 optimised version of Seesmic set to launch
Seesmic is getting set to launch a Windows 7 optimised version of its popular Twitter app.
Toshiba launches laptop trade-in scheme
Once the customer has registered, their old model is collected, the valuation is confirmed and a tidy sum of up to £150 is sent their way.
Connectify turns Windows 7 PC into Wi-Fi hotspot
Created by Nomadio (best known for their consultancy work with military networks), developers exploited software hidden within Microsoft's new OS, left over by a Microsoft research group.