News around the web: 15 best free Windows Mobile apps

By on November 24, 2009, 9:51 AM
15 best free Windows Mobile apps @ TechRadar
'Big Bang' Machine Achieves 1st Particle Collisions @ FoxNews
Microsoft Windows 8 Due in 2012 @ Xbit Labs
Does Cold Weather Injure Cell Phones? @ Popular Mechanics
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Video
Inno3D Geforce GT 220 Review @ OCC
NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 Video Card Preview @ Legit Reviews
ASUS Radeon EAH5870 Voltage Tweak Edition @ PureOverclock

Peripherals
VidaBox Premium Wireless Keyboard @ techPowerUp

Misc.
WindowBlinds 7 Review @ OCModShop
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 @ LanOC Reviews
Chromium OS, Moblin, Ubuntu Netbook Remix Benchmarks @ Phoronix

Power Supplies
Corsair HX650W Power Supply Review @ DriverHeaven

Adapters
Cooler Master SNA95 Slim Universal Notebook Adapter Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Displays
Seven Cheap Full HD 22-inch Monitors @ InsideHW

Cases
NZXT Lexa S case review @ Neoseeker

Processors
AMD Phenom II X2 550 Black Edition 3.1 GHz Socket AM3 Processor Review @ PCSTATS

Motherboards
Intel DP55KG "Kingsberg" Motherboard @ iXBT Labs
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GIGABYTE P55A-UD6 (P55 Express) Motherboard @ TweakTown




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freedomthinker said:

Im quite intrigued about the Hadron Collider , these little baby steps can really lead to something ... out of this world

swilllx2p said:

I havn't yet been able to read the article because xbits site is down at the moment..but windows 8 in 2012? are you kidding me? Why cant they just focus on making Windows 7 the best it can be for now instead of rushing out another OS for more sales, and greed?

Deso said:

Wow they are working on windows 8 already?, Let's hope they are also working on Directx 12 since win6 brought in dx10 and win7 brought in dx11 !!

Gonna be hard to top tessellation tho

slh28 slh28, TechSpot Paladin, said:

It's hard to imagine IE had a 88.9% share 5 years ago, time just flies I guess. The last time I remember using IE as my main browser was on a Pentium II processor running Windows 95

Guest said:

Microsoft should release Windows 8 on December 21, 2012 >P

tigerf117 said:

You should also remember that Windows XP long held domination wasn't the norm for MS. They are basically going back to their regular update cycle (not that I agree however). You know it'll get pushed back, so figure not till 2013, in which case 4 more years to go :)

Basher said:

I'm quite happy seeing all of the NetBook specific/optimized OS's being released. While I have been wanting to, I've yet to actually buy a netbook. With more options being released the temptation is growing stronger.

ColdPreacher said:

Nice to see Windows 8 is coming close to Windows 7 release date, not!. But i suppose it will be .5 times better. As the Hadron Collider goes, i like to see these experiments done as well, just expands the horizon of technology and science for the better.

lupinnktp said:

cool, i love these round-ups. they bring my attentions to things of my concern to me from different sources i could not look up myself.

btw, love that articles abt Windows Mobile applications.

codefeenix codefeenix said:

Good that Microsoft pans for the future.

CERN(The "big bang" people) have a twitter feed at http://twitter.com/CERN

saintbodhisatva said:

Now I'm thinking twice about upgrading to windows 7 at this point

yorro said:

Just as I thought that Windows 7 would be the next XP. Even if its pushed back by two years, 5 years is still way too short.

jazboy said:

Good round up. can definitely use some of them

jerry53 said:

the cellphone article is a waste of time for anyone living in places outside siberia,antartica,artic circle and for the collider news hope they do not destroy the planet as doc ock did in spiderman 2,just kidding i sincerely hope that it leads to new tech to feed all the hungry in the world than provide a new weapon of mass destruction.

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