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Android powered HP netbooks coming to a retailer near you?

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 12:32

If HP’s “study” goes well the answer to the title could be a big fat “Yes”.  Apparetly, HP does in fact have various people keeping a watchful eye on Android and its progress.  The goal?  To replace Windows on HP netbooks with Google’s “open source” OS.  Wouldn’t that be a sweet union…desktop Android and “mobile” Android.  It would be much like Microsoft’s and Apple’s desktop and mobile unions.  Again this is all speculation as nothing is set in stone or even been announced yet.  Does the idea of Android spreading to more devices excite you?



Verizon leaks a plenty!

Thursday, February 19, 2009 8:28
Posted in category Blackberry, HP, RIM, Verizon

Ahhhh…another freezing cold morning (here in the land of corn anyway) and a nice healthy dose of some insider information. Today’s news of not so secret secrecy comes compliments of Verizon. Several of their products are getting updated/released. Which products you say? Well it involves the Verizon hub, Blackberry 8230, Niagra, HP mini note, and Media Manager. For the full bag of info you’ll have to swallow your excitement just a little longer and hit that more link…



HP Firebird + Voodoo innards = $weetness!

Tuesday, January 6, 2009 7:54
Posted in category HP


The HP Firebird is HP’s flagship gaming beast.  It competes with the likes of Dell’s XPS, pretty much all of Alienware, Rock, and many other gaming PC vendors. The newest model, the 802, comes with an Intel Quad Core 2.66 GHz processor while the 803 comes stocked with a 2.83 GHz processor.  Love it or hate it Vista Home Premium comes on both models.  In order to run the latest games at the highest resolutions, this miniature beast comes loaded with dual Nvidia 9800S cards configured in SLI.  Running all of this hardware requires some heavy duty cooling.  In order to keep the PC from melting, HP has outfitted the Blackbird with cooling.  Both the 2.66GHz and 2.83GHz equipped models come with 4GB of DDR2.  Come on HP  you couldn’t throw in DDR3 when your competition is using it?. Read More… »