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Android-powered NF-300i frames pics--in 3D

Nikon has unveiled the NF-300i, a digital photo frame powered by Android that turns your photos into a 3D extravaganza--without the aid of funny glasses.

By Oct. 28, 2010


Logitech Harmony 300i

If you're looking for a cheap and easy universal remote--and you can live with its streamlined feature set--the Logitech Harmony 300 is a great choice.

May. 27, 2010


Samsung debuts new QX, RF, NF and SF laptops

Samsung's upcoming laptops certainly look like they'll be some of the more appealing mainstream portables this fall.

By Sep. 2, 2010


Samsung announces SF, NF, HF and RV laptops and netbooks

Want to utterly overwhelmed by a deluge of new Samsung laptops and netbooks? Great, because we've just got wind of not one, not two, but four different series of portable computer from the Korean electronics deity.

8 Images By Sep. 2, 2010


Petraeus reportedly used draft e-mails to converse with mistress

The former CIA director used a trick often used by terrorists and teenagers to make e-mails harder to trace, the Associated Press reports.

By Nov. 12, 2012


Visualizing Facebook from outer space

Some Facebook engineers came up with a visualization of user activity by the social network's 120 million users across the planet.

By Nov. 23, 2008


Lily Allen swaps hacked MacBook for Samsung SF310, sues Apple

Pregnant pop star LILY ALLEN has been sensationally SPOTTED on the town with a SEXY new SAMSUNG SF310 after sensationally DUMPING her Apple MacBook -- who she's now sensationally SUING!

By Sep. 22, 2010


New and Noteworthy: PCI-X, PCI Express comparison; Internet Explorer losing market share

New and Noteworthy: PCI-X, PCI Express comparison; Internet Explorer losing market share

By Nov. 3, 2004


Razer to hand over new gaming mouse for lefties

Not everyone understands the plight of left-handed computer gamers like Razer, which is planning to release its second mouse for southpaws.

By Apr. 2, 2012


Execs would rather go virtual than to Houston, study says

A survey by a Webcasting and virtual events company suggests that Houston tops the list of cities that execs would avoid for a conference or trade show. Los Angeles was second.

By Dec. 12, 2011