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Microsoft Office 2010 Price List Revealed

Microsoft has finally revealed the price list for the much-anticipated improved Microsoft Office suite 2010 via a Technet article published at the official Microsoft Office blog. It also shows the available versions to choose from. But so far no upgrade pricing are provided. Microsoft will release four different versions of Microsoft Office 2010 with the core difference being the programs (like Word, Excel or PowerPoint) that ship with each Office 2010 edition. Here is a list of the editions and the programs they come with:   Office Home and Student (Not for use in any commercial, nonprofit or revenue-generating activities, or by any government organization.): Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010 Office Home and Business: Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010,…

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Dell Malaysia Introduces New Variants of Dell Studio 14

If you’re familiar with Dell’s studio series, then you should know how good its performance it. Building on that foundation, Dell Malaysia introduces a new variant of the Dell Studio 14.You will now have the options to choose Dell Studio 14 featuring optional Intel®  CoreTM  i7 Mobile Processors. There are currently 4 models to choose from. Each is customisable according to your needs via Dell Malaysia Store. The cheapest model (starting at RM 2,799) has the following specs: Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor P7450 (2.13GHz/ 1066 FSB/ 3MB Cache) 3GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM (1x1GB + 1 x 2GB) 320GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive 14” High Definition 720p WLED (1366×768) Display with TrueLife™ Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Combination Drive with dual layer…

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Evolution of Tech Since Y2K: A Decade in Review

It’s 2010, and it’s amazing that 10 years have passed since Y2K or 2000. Of course, for those of us who were able to go through that Y2K period, we should know how things have changed every since. From the initial scare of the Y2K bug, technology has evolved rapidly in the last decade. Thanks to the post by Leila Brillson at Switched, we can see the evolution of technology especially in the field of IT more clearly. [Picture by Switched.com]   Here are summary of the review. COMPUTERS in Y2K ThinkPads, Curved CRT Monitors, The Bondi Blue iMac Our view on 2000’s laptops are akin to that era’s view on brick-like cell phones: what ancient, strange devices they were. The ThinkPad was a popular,…

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Goodbye 2009, Hello 2010!

It’s the end of the year again, and we’re going to end the decade and enter into 2010. It’s been a great 2009, with a lot of shocking stories and events from the sudden death of the King of Pop Michael Jackson to the controversial Google phone Nexus One. We can expect more and more happenings in 2010 as the world evolves and develops more rapidly.  In tech and computing industry, there will be plenty of new software and gadgets to be introduced. Having said that, I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and I can guarantee you that KEEMANXP.COM will give you more exciting content and giveaway in 2010. So do visit us often and  all the best!    

Christmas Giveaway Tweet to Win Winners

Yes, the wait is over! It’s time to announce the winners of Christmas giveaway contest that ends on 28 Dec. But before that, let me explain on the process of getting out lucky winners. As mentioned, one complete tweet (with correct URL) equals one entry. The full list of tweets gathered from my end were compiled. Then, the names of all Tweet authors will be inputted into the Randomizer available at http://www.random.org/lists/  If say you post 5 Tweets, your names will appear 5 times. Affter all names are included and randomised by the Randomizer, the top 3 in the list are picked as winners in order. I wish i could do a live web broadcast on the draw as it was very exciting to see…

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Sherlock Holmes (2009) – It’s Elementary, My Dear!

My second movie of the month at MBO Cinema, The Spring, Sarawak. And I have to admit, the main reason for me to go watch this movie is because I am an avid fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his huge collection of Sherlock Holmes stories (56 short stories, four novels). There had been quite a number of movie versions based on his tales on this world-renowned detective but I would say Guy Ritchie’s version of Sherlock Holmes (2009) is rather "elementary" or poor to the extent that the story line could have been better if not the same as the Sir Arthur’s portrayal of Sherlock. I do feel that there is a sense of imitating The Da Vinci Code from the way certain…

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