Dell Releases 2 New Full HD Flat Panel Monitors

Dell today rolled out a pair of new wide-aspect displays that were previously leaked online. The 22-inch S2209W and the 23-inch S2309W look to reduce the size of the company’s 16:9 aspect ratio displays but do so without compromising on resolution.


Both output at full 1080p and so can play Blu-ray and other HD video without the black bars that often appear with a 16:10 ratio LCD attempting to fit the same clip.

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Nokia BMW Video Phone Concept

Evgen Design has created this ‘Nokia/BMW’ phone concept which employs a ‘push-to-open’ mechanism to rotate the display by 90° turning the device into a handy-cam. This stunning concept mobile phone for the Finnish phone makers “Nokia” is called “Nokia BMW video phone”

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Canon PowerShot G10 review

The Powershot G10 finally gets reviewed. Here are the main features of this expensive compact camera.At the first glance the canon G10 looks very similar to its older brother canon G9 but in a deeper view there really are some significant changes.

As it seems the crazy megapixel race continues, with the canon G10 now offering a 14.7 megapixel sensor – up from the G9’s 12.1 megapixels – also G10 is equipped with Canon’s new DIGIC 4 image processor, which promises faster operation and improved image quality.

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Cowon O2 on sale: All Formats Media Player

CNET got their hands on Cowon’s new flash-based PMP, the O2, and they think it’s one of the year’s best dedicated media players. The 4.3-inch touchscreen player has a really big list of supported codecs, an SDHC slot to expand its internal 8, 16, or 32GB memory, solid (if not too flashy) GUI, and a surprisingly affordable price: only $219, $249, and $299 respectively.

It plays almost every file format you throw at it:For audio formats it can play  MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, FLAC, OGG, Monkey Audio, and a bunch of other files. For video, which is the O2 strong point, it can play AVI, WMV, MP4, MKV, H.264, DivX and XviD, and a lot more. It can play videos up to 1,280×720 resolution at 30 Frames per second.So you dont have to make any more video convertions.

The Graphical User Interface looks a little dated, but very functional. The O2 has a very good sound quality, On the other side battery life isn’t all that good: 8 hours of video, which is great, but only 18 hours of audio, which is below average these days. Still, this piece of hi tech looks to be one of the best portable media players out there. The Cowon O2 is for sale in its manufacturer’s site in black or white. [CNET]

Is clean energy solved? Korean technology claims to produce hydrogen 30 times cheaper

Korea’s S&P Energy Research Institute made a press release on the 20th October and claimed that they have discovered a method for making clean energy with less cost. Dr. Sen Kim claims to have achieved the separation of Hydrogen using just 0.1kwh of electrical energy needed production of one cubic meter of H2 compared to the traditional electrolytic method that needs 4 – 4.5kwh required for one cubic meter of hydrogen.

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SanDisk inks $1 billion deal with Toshiba, Samsung still eyeing company

Toshiba and SanDisk have been in a number of joint ventures for some time now, but it looks like the two companies are now starting what could be a more drawn out break-up process, with SanDisk announcing today that it’s selling 30% of its manufacturing capacity outright to Toshiba in a $1 billion deal. For the time being at least, the two will remain 50/50 partners in the remaining 70% of the companies’ joint factories,

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