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  • Shuttle, Adyen’s mPOS Play, Beefs Up Its European Footprint With 3 More Markets, Taking Its Tally To 17

    Shuttle, Adyen’s mPOS Play, Beefs Up Its European Footprint With 3 More Markets, Taking Its Tally To 17

    Adyen, a Holland-based ecommerce specialist, which launched an mPOS device called Shuttle last December — to compete with other European mobile point-of-sales device makers such as iZettle, Payleven and SumUp — has expanded its footprint in Europe, adding three more markets to bring its total to 17. Adyen claims this expansion makes it the “most widely available mPOS solution… Read More

  • How To Watch The Space Shuttle's Last Flight

    Repost: This post got buried after going live yesterday and since it’s more important than silly new Macs, it desevers a bit more time on the front page. Tomorrow Today¬†will be the last time the space shuttle Discovery launches into orbit. And, we’ve got the places for you to watch it all go down live. Read More

  • CrunchDeal: Shuttle Barebones SX8J3


    In the market for a small form factor PC, but not sure what to buy? Check out Shuttle’s special 3-day sale on Newegg. The box we’re talking about is the Shuttle SX8J3, a LGA 1366 motherboard jammed into a tiny case, all for “sub-$450″. Be aware that the price drop won’t show up until tomorrow (8/26) and only lasts three days. Shuttle products rarely go on sale… Read More

  • The Shuttle barebone XS35 HD is as thick as my granola bar is wide

    Don’t be fooled by the size of this Shuttle computer. It has everything that you would fine in a larger rig but is barely larger than a convential 3.5-inch hard drive at 33mm wide. But you probably knew that. After all, it is 2010 and small form factor computers are nothing new. Read More

  • Shuttle X50 all-in-one features dual-core Atom CPU, touchscreen, carrying handle

    Are we almost to the point where we can carry our computers from room to room? What’s next, using a computer on top of your lap? Insanity! The Shuttle X50 features a 15.6-inch touchscreen and the dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor, all in a thin and light package with a thoughtful carrying handle that doubles – doubles!!! – as a stand for the ultimate in table, desk… Read More

  • Virgin Mobile Shuttle unboxing

    Now that Virgin Mobile has finished the process of gobbling up Helio, they’ve started launching devices which utilize some of the partnerships the buyout brought to the table. The first one out the door is the Virgin Mobile Shuttle, which purportedly totes Buddy Beacon, a locational application that began its life on Helio handsets. I haven’t actually found it (or any other hints… Read More

  • Shuttle D10 with 7-inch LCD touchscreen

    My personal jury is still out when it comes to computers with built-in touchscreens. On laptops, sure, go for it. On desktops, eh, I don’t know. Take the Shuttle D10, for instance. It’s got a 7-inch LCD screen built into it. Okay, I guess, but the screen’s only got an 800×480 resolution according to Akihabara. You’re gonna need to hook a monitor up to it no… Read More

  • The Shuttle from Virgin Mobile blasts off today

    In yesterday’s press release concerning the relaunching of Helio, there was a brief mention of a new handset dubbed the Shuttle but no details were included. Today we find out that the phone is really a 3G Virgin Mobile branded slider loaded with 1.3 megapixel camera, Facebook app, stereo Bluetooth and Helio’s software suite, including Buddy Beacon. The new phone could be yours… Read More

  • Hard drive from space shuttle Columbia salvaged with data intact


    This is insane. The hard drive crashed to earth with the rest of the wreckage, and at first they couldn’t even tell it was a drive at all. Data recovery expert Jon Edwards took a shot at it and due to a combination of technical skill and luck, he was able to recover the data on the drive, which was information on an experiment written up here. I say luck because whatever was writing to… Read More

  • Shuttle now offering small form-factor quad-core PCs

    [photopress:SYG5_3300_G.jpg,full,left]I’m not much of a desktop computer user. I do my best work at a coffeeshop, bar, or in bed, so my laptop is always the way to go. When I do noodle with desktops, I always try to make them as stylish and small as possible. Shuttle’s my go-to company for small desktops, and its latest tiny offering includes quad-core procs, something you… Read More

  • Shuttle's tiny K45 is great for your grandma, kitchen, or anything really

    Never underestimate the power of miniaturization. This sucker can rock a Core2 Duo E6700 and 2 gigs of decent RAM, with room for four USB slots, two SATA ports, and audio and ethernet onboard. They call it barebone, they call it mini, but that’s probably a more dangerous system than some of our readers have. It should be mighty cheap, too — boxes start at $99, or the price you pay… Read More

  • New high performance platform from Shuttle

    Aw, isn’t that cute? It’s a tiny computer! The Shuttle SX38P2 Pro includes support for Intel Core 2 Extreme, Quad, and Duo processors via the X38 chipset, PCI-Express 2.0 with CrossFire, 3-part heatsink with convection-based heat-dissipation (no fans, in other words), integrated fingerprint reader, USB Speed-Link for directly connecting two PCs for file sharing, and support for up… Read More

  • Shuttle XPC Glamor Series SG33G5 Barebones With HDMI

    Itching to build yourself a little Vista home-theater PC, but were holding out for an integrated HDMI port? Announced at Computex Taipei 2007, the $360 Shuttle XPC Glamor Series SG33G5 should satisfy your needs. Inside the shiny black case sits a motherboard based on Intel’s G33 Express chipse and offers “top quality, highly efficient components for enhanced system reliability… Read More

  • enano e2 Mini Desktop Makes You Feel Like A Green Giant


    What’s shiny black, weighs about 3 pounds, is good on power consumption yet powerful, is mountable and sure to please the ladies? (Minds out of the gutter, people.) It’s the eco-friendly e2 mini desktop from enano Computers, of course. The e2 was launched today at a secret pagan ceremony press briefing at the RCS Experience electronics store in NYC. The tiny black box uses up to… Read More

  • Shuttle XPC X200m Hands On

    While I’m certain there are people out there that think Apple pioneered the “mini” computer, Shuttle Computers has long been an industry-leading designer and manufacturer of small-form-factor (SFF) PCs. The Shuttle XPC X200 is a prime example of that leadership. Measuring 2.1×8.3×11.8 inches (HWD), the little black-and-silver box is a powerful Media Center PC. Read More

  • Shuttle Releases SDXi Barebones-style

    specially designed for the case. I saw the case up close and personal-like at CES and it’s really quite nice. Very realistic looking flames. Anyway, at the time I asked if they’d considered selling it as a barebones unit along with all the other models they sell. They said no, which means either they didn’t know at the time they would be selling it, they were lying to me or… Read More

  • CES 2007: Dear Diary…iRiver's CLIX2, Shuttle's X200, Antec's Cases And Mini Hamburgers


    So after a long day running around the LVCC it was time to head off to a 3:00 p.m. meeting with iRiver. I was looking forward to this meeting since I set it up and thankfully I was not disappointed. Read More

  • Shuttle X200 PC Looks Cool As Ice

    Check out the new digs on the Shuttle X200! Man, you are really looking smooth nowadays. The media-centric X200 PC from Shuttle was announced today and it looks like there’s a great Media Center PC coming our way. Designed to compete against the Mac Mini, the X200 has built-in WiFi, a hybrid digital/analog TV tuner, FM radio, up to a 2GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, and a case only… Read More

  • Shuttle Introduces SDXi, Questions My 1337ness


    Shuttle’s been catering to the commuting gamer for some time now. Its latest however, not only packs in some high-end components, but tackles two of the biggest problems with small form factor PCs: cooling and the noise created by said cooling. The compact-case builder managed to sneak in a liquid-cooling system from CoolIT to bring down the operating temps on the Intel Core 2… Read More

  • BYO Falcon Northwest FragBox2


    Not that you couldn’t build your own small-form-factor gaming PC in a Silverstone case before, but now you can get the satisfaction of doing it and still pretend you spent thousands of dollars on a pre-built system from a boutique vendor. Priced at $299 (pricey for sure, but it includes an ATX-sized 750-watt PSU), Falcon Northwest’s FragBox 2 chassis is now widely available… Read More