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The MSI GT660 for the gamer in you

If you are looking for a gaming laptop, the new MSI GT660 notebook is going to hit the local market next month.

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One for the road

Do you love to take your notebook everywhere you go? If you like to listen to music, watch movies and play games on the move then the Logitech Speaker Lapdesk N700 is for you.

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New site lets unnamed peers judge you on Web

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bA new site called Unvarnished lets your peers say what they really think of you.

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LG joins the 3D HDTV fray

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: LG has entered the local 3D HDTV fray with what it claims is the world's first full LED TV series.

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The world’s first social magazine presents content that’s tailor-made for you

A NEW iPad application called i>Flipboard/iis garnering lots of excitement from social networking fans and technology bloggers alike.

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Logitech S715i speakers to land next month

THE Logitech S715i speaker for the iPod and iPhone is the latest model in the company's line of compact speakers that come with a built-in rechargeable battery.

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EISA announces list of best consumer electronic products for 2010-2011

THE European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) announced the winners of its coveted consumer electronics awards on August 15.

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Garmin Asus goes Android

b>PETALING JAYA:/bGarmin Asus, the co-branded alliance between the GPS giant and Taiwanese hardware maker Asus, has a new so-called 'navigation smartphone' out, and this time, it's running on Google's Android operating system.

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Windows Phone 7 a new start for Microsoft

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: When it comes to smartphones, Microsoft is itching to get back in the game. The company was sick of watching consumers flock to Apple's iPhone and smartphones running Google's Android software as its own Windows Mobile software floundered.

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No more device screens in the future?

b>TAMPERE (Finland)/b>: Nokia is investigating a future where our bedrooms, living rooms and offices are not cluttered with dozens of different screens. In this future, vision technology will be seamlessly integrated into our lives, appearing on a as-needed basis.