The main TTB site has moved with now random, explicit stuff. It can be found at techandrandomshit.tumblr.com (some content not friendly to the youngsters). You can follow us on Twitter with our new handle @TechAndShit
We are proud to announce that TTB will be shifting over to Tumblr for the host of our sites from now on. Starting tonight, the main TTB site will now be on Tumblr. The other branches of the Network will remain here on WordPress and we will continue to work on WordPress for the subsidiary sites. As for the main site, we’ll be shifting over to Tumblr. We think Tumblr is a much more complex and wide open audience from that of WordPress, so we will move over there. We would like to thank WordPress for being our web host for the past handful of months. You can still follow us on Twitter, @TechAndBeyond. We will now be at todaystechandbeyond.tumblr.com from now on. Remember that the other sites will stay here on WordPress. We’ll see you guys there!
This slider phone has Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 3.2-inch HVGA screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3.2MP camera, and TouchWiz UI. This no-contract handset is $150 with no contract on AT&T’s GoPhone service.
Computex is getting crazy in Taipei right now, and so is the Twittersphere. As for Asus, I think they were trying to get their followers to jizz all over their computers. By that I mean that Asus tweeted a picture of a model’s rear end while she was showing off one of their new products. Well, after that Asus got under fire and they were accused of being sexist. Asus has deleted the tweet ever since. The moral of this story? Don’t compare a woman’s lovely rump to a gadget.
The Sony Vaio T has a 1.7GHz Intel Core i5 CPU, 4GB of memory, 500GB hard drive, Intel HM77 chipset, Intel HD 4000 graphics, 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium, and a 13.3-inch screen. The Vaio is much more connected than others, as it has an HDMI and VGA port and others. Also keep in mind that the keyboard is not backlit and very shallow. This ultrabook also breaks the bank at $769. By far, this is the cheapest ultrabook on the market.
The Aspire S7 will come in 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch models. They will both have touchscreen to optimize the Windows 8 Metro interface. You can flip the laptop 180 degrees to have a much more comfy position when you want to touch the screen. Acer refused to release more specs than this, we will tell you them as Computex progresses.
There are two big guys. The first is the 27-incher 7600U which has 64 simultaneous inputs, an aluminum finish, full HD resolution, and can be tilted flat on the table. Acer ran low on specs for now, but expect more soon. The other is the 23-incher 5600U which can rotate at an 85 degree angle. Both have Dolby surround sound technologies as well. Both look very nice and we hope it will appeal to the public.