Toshiba will launch its 512GB Solid State Drive soon
19 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

The Japanese company announced that will offer 512GB solid-state drives (SSDs) soon. The first laptops and other devices using them could be available in the second quarter of 2009 or later.

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Mercedes Benz BlueZERO: all the details
16 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

Last week, we talked about the Mercedes’ new “green” prototypes, but today the group Daimler has published all the details about this car line. Maybe you remember that BlueZERO E-CELL (you can see it in the picture), F-CELL and E-CELL PLUS are three concepts in pure electric, gas-electric hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell versions that, under their conceptual definition, are an advance in design, as well as in the green models that Mercedes has been developing in its laboratories.

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Hyundai seeks to sell 100,000 units of the new i20 model in 2009
13 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

South Korean auto maker Hyundai has the objective of selling 100,000 annual units of its new i20 model in the European market. The first cars will go on sale on January 15, according to Rafael Agullo, general manager product at Hyundai Motor Europe. He announced that in a presentation of the new Hyundai’s vehicle.

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Mercedes Benz cars: electric models
13 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

In order to show its commitment to protect the environment, Mercedes-Benz will introduce three electric prototypes at the Detroit Auto Show that will open its doors next month. All of them will be part of the new family BlueZero. Apparently, this is in conformity with the plans of the company in terms of producing “green” compact cars.

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Mercedes Benz Splitview: different images depending of the angle of view
12 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

Mercedes-Benz continues to renovate all its technologies and new models. After the recent publication of the first images of the new E-Class model, the company now announces a new technology named SplitView that is integrated in the myCOMMAND system.

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Intel begins the transition from 45-nanometers to 32-nanometers chip
11 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

Intel has begun the transition for its processors from 45 nm to 32 nm chips. The objective is to reduce the size of the devices and the energy consumption. The company will give details about this change during a series of technical conferences on electronic devices in San Francisco, which are scheduled for December 15.

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ASUS P565 – ASUS PDA – The fastest PDA
11 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

Some years ago, the most wanted gadgets were PDAs and the market was lead by PALM and Windows Pocket. Nowadays, makers like ASUS or Blackberry have seen how the gadgets world has changed in a radical way while PDAs have become obsolete, because they have been substituted by smartphones that include PDA, mobile phones, and camera, among other things. In this way, some makers and developers need to adapt to changing times and new conditions of the market. Currently, PALM OS has lost market share to Iphones, Androids and Symbians.

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iPhone tuning
7 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

The iPhone is loved by many and hated by many as well. It is a box full of electronic surprises and it offers many more possibilities than customers and potential buyers can imagine.

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World directory of the XXI century is coming: .tel domain name registration is now possible
3 Dec 2008 - By Omar Mariño

From today to February 2, Telnic, the registry operator for new “.tel” domains, is beginning to accept applications from trademark owners. At the moment, only trademark owners can apply for a domain in order to protect the intellectual rights of the companies. On March 24 registrations will be open to everyone.

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