Sony’s new Vaio C laptops radiate light

February 24, 2011
Sony unveils new Vaio C laptops that ‘radiate light’
ZD Net
Rachel King writes about new Vaio C laptops from Sony.

“Sony has unveiled the radiant Vaio C laptop series, which are garnering extra looks given that these notebooks radiate light around the edges of the machine and even around the touchpad. Outfitted in four vividly-named shades (Neon Orange, Neon Green, Lightning White and Bolt Black), the C series consists of the 14-inch CA10 and 15.5-inch CB10. Each sport LED-backlit, widescreen LCD panels that have the option of a full HD 1080p resolution.”

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Will You Miss The Browser Address Bar If Google Kills It?
CrunchGear
Nicholas Deleon writes about possible changes coming to Google Chrome.

“Say goodbye to your address bar… maybe. Google is mulling over replacing the address bar found in its Chrome Web browser with something less intrusive (if that’s the word to use). In one scenario, the address bar would only become visible when, say, the mouse pointer is hovered over a certain area of the screen. At all other times the address bar would vanish from the interface.”

Samsung Galaxy Tab series expanding with 8.9-inch model by summer
Engadget
Thomas Ricker shares some information about the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

“The Korean Yonhap News Agency is reporting that Samsung has an 8.9-inch Android tablet due in the first half of the year. This, according to a Samsung company spokesman speaking to the reputable news site over the phone. Yonhap also notes local media reports claiming that the tablet could be for sale as early as next month. We first heard about Samsung’s plans for 7-, 8-, and 10-inch tablets way back in June — long before the 7-inch Galaxy Tab was announced. Now, with the 10.1-incher official, there’s no reason to doubt an 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab by summer.”

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