Intel’s Thunderbolt Enhances the Appeal of Apple’s 15-inch Powerhouse MacBook Pro

Apple’s new MacBook Pro Winter, a 15 inch laptop that comes with options for Intel’s new high-end processors and AMD graphics, is a powerhouse. It offers the latest Thunderbolt I/O port, which is an added advantage to the new MacBook Pro. Thunderbolt technology enables the transfer of video and data at 10Gbps. The technology can …

Charlie Sheen Waves Machete, Guzzles Tiger Blood

In this grand land of YouTube-dom, it seems like almost any video has the chance of making it to popular meme status. And since those cameras are everywhere these days, most individuals try to avoid doing anything publically embarrassing, lest they be immortalized like the winning individuals starring in "Numa Numa" and "Star Wars Kid." But these mortal rules do …

Have Tablets Replaced Laptops in Enterprise Markets?

It’s always a transition when technology evolves, and I always stand by the latest developments for their superior specs. In a discussion about the laptop rental market with some of my peers, I made a statement that would seem like common sense to me: “We shouldn’t bother with laptops any more, they’re going to be replaced …

Razer Brings Together Portability and Progressive Design in Its Ferox

Ferox, new mobile gaming speakers by Razer – a leading manufacturer of third party peripherals – have the potential to significantly enhance audio in gaming. The device features a progressive design that is contained in a small form factor. The unit comprises of two speakers (satellite) that are connected together via a cable. Encased in nylon, …

Vernon Computer Source Deciphers Amazon Germany’s iPad 2 Spec Leak

  Vernon Computer Source’s reach extends globally, and as such, our employees speak a variety of different languages. So when the hotly anticipated, yet-to-be-revealed Apple iPad 2’s specs leaked prematurely on the Internet, I was more than happy to consult our German-speaking administrator, Monika Proell. She was able to make sense of the above screenshot, …

Consumers in the US Holding on to Their Gadgets for Longer

According to a report, consumers in the U.S are retaining their products longer than they used to, including gadgets. Owing to the economic downturn that the country has been experiencing, consumers have been quite reluctant to buy new devices. Currently, consumers are holding on to their old mobile devices for an average period of eighteen …