Day: November 1, 2011

Michael Dell shows off tablet with 7-inch screen, plans iPad rival

Michael Dell shows off tablet with 7-inch screen, plans iPad rival Dell said on Wednesday it is developing a 7-inch tablet as it experiments with handheld devices with different screen sizes. CEO Michael Dell showed off the tablet for the first time on Wednesday at the Oracle Openworld conference in San Francisco. The tablet is just a prototype, said Matthew Parretta, a Dell spokesman. He could not a provide a release date or pricing for the device. Dell is looking at different scenarios for using its mobile devices, and the tablet will ship if customers ask for it, Parretta...

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Cheers! Brewfest 2013 Has Begun! | World of Warcraft

Cheers! Brewfest 2013 Has Begun! | World of Warcraft Brewfest goes on from September 20th until October 6th, 2013. Pick up a stein of ale and get to drinkin’ because it’s Brewfest time in World of Warcraft. Starting on September 20th and going on until October 6th, 2013, your characters can take part in this celebration of booze. The festivities are set up mainly outside of Orgrimmar and Ironforge. Brewfest is filled with a ton of events for characters of all levels to enjoy. Whether you want to grind for a mount or just roleplay and get drunk in...

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Aspyr’s Alice now Mac demo

Aspyr’s Alice now Mac demo Aspyr Media has released a demo version of its recently released shoot-em-up adventure, American McGee’s Alice. Built on the Quake III engine, the action is set in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. All the events take place in the mind of Alice, who is suffering psychological terror. The full working version costs £34 and is compatible with Mac OS 8.6 or later. It’s also Carbonized for Mac OS X. It requires CarbonLib 1.0.x or later. The demo is a whopping 81MB download, and is available from Aspyr. The title requires a 400MHz or better...

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Samsung refreshes Series 9 Ultrabook, but where’s the ‘Retina’ display?

Samsung refreshes Series 9 Ultrabook, but where’s the ‘Retina’ display? Samsung launched an even pricier version of its high-end Series 9 Ultrabook Monday, but the company isn’t quite ready to trade blows with Apple on the “Retina” display front. The new Series 9 replaces the 1600-pixel by 1200-pixel resolution display of its older models with a 13-inch, 1080p panel. The new Series 9 also comes with double the solid state storage of its predecessors, at 256GB. Other specs on the new model are the same as those on previous Series 9s, including an Intel Core i7 processor, Intel HD...

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