International data service centers continue to play an integral role in today’s businesses. With globalization being as real as it can be – it is not a mere concept anymore – business from all parts of the world can be customers of data service centers located wherever. Indeed, technology has made the world even smaller. […]
Customizability has always been one of the Eee’s greatest strengths. From software customizations such as switching from Linux to Windows (XP, Vista, 2000, even 3.11), or even OS X, or hardware upgrades such as replacing the RAM or the SSD, or even full DIY, such as turning the Eee into a touchscreen, or inserting built-in […]
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From Liliputing: Computer repair company RESCUECOM puts out regular reports on computer reliability. Basically, the company analyzes the number of service calls it gets about computers from a particular company with the number of units shipped by that computer maker. Using this method, RESCUECOM concluded that Apple computers were the most reliable in 2008. But […]
The Intel Atom processors have been pretty neat, enabling us to have a whole generation of netbooks like the Asus Eee PC that are relatively fast and light on power. The’re pretty good for surfing the net, watching a couple of videos, and for finishing that stupid spreadsheet, but we all know that the Atom […]
It was predicted that 2010 is going to be the year of the smartbook. If you don’t remember what a smartbook is, it’s a device that combines the elements of a smartphone and a netbook into a single laptop-like device. We haven’t seen any of these netbooks hit the market yet (and it’s quite possible […]
So, you guys still remember the Eee Keyboard? You know, the computer in a full-sized keyboard that had us excited since it was announced? But the thing is, it was announced a couple of years back and obviously any enthusiasm we had for this ll-in-one computer waned. You see, Asus planned to start shipping the […]