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These days, being an LTE modem just isn't enough. Obviously, any LTE modem worth its salt needs an LCD screen, too. Such is the life of AT&T's Beam, a Sierra Wireless-sourced LTE modem that plugs into a laptop's USB port and shots vital signs on the embedded display. Beginning May 10th, customers can pick-up the AT&T Beam from AT&T stores and online for $19.99 with a two-year commitment. The AT&T Beam is a USB modem with an on-device LCD screen, giving customers access to helpful information - such as network indicator, signal strength, and data usage - with just a glance. The AT&T... Read more...
There have been quite a few "world's first" in the smartphone world. World's first Android phone? Check. World's first WiMAX phone? Yep. World's first projector phone? Sure. But world's first projector phone running Android? Nope. Well, until now. Samsung, which has been making serious plays in the smartphone world, has announced that their "Beam" phone, which has Android and a built-in projector, will soon be shipping. The phone itself is a real spectacle. It has a 3.7" touchscreen (Super AMOLED display), Android 2.1, Bluetooth 3.0, A-GPS, 802.11n Wi-Fi, an 8MP phone, FM radio, microSD slot and... Read more...
The Walt Disney Company, Cisco Systems and Intel Corporation Invest in MovieBeam INC. New Digital Entertainment Venture Launches with $48.5 Million in Series A Financing Burbank, Calif., San Jose, Calif. and Santa Clara, Calif., February 14, 2006 – The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS), Cisco Systems and Intel Corporation, through its leading investment arm Intel Capital, today announced they have invested in MovieBeam, Inc., a newly formed digital entertainment venture. The series A financing round, worth a total of $48.5 million, includes additional investment from tier-one venture capital... Read more...
Hey folks! If this is your first visit for the day, I'd like to bring your attention to Jeff's review of the 3RSystems R900 Computer Case. This case is a beast, so if your running low on space inside your case, you might want to check it out. Goodnight all. 3RSystems R900 Computer Case "Expansion The R900 has an elegant look. The case is also backed with several extras, helping to expand the features of the R900. Probably considered the more important item is the Dual PSU connector which helps two power supplies work in tandem. The feed accepts a 20-Pin ATX power supply and converts it to... Read more...
Samsung YH-820 MP3 Player Review @ Designtechnica: "Apple may be king of the MP3 player hill, but there are several companies hoping to dethrone the big red, and Samsung's in line. The new YH-820 micro HDD based MP3 player is not only smaller than the iPod mini, but it sports a bright color display, and dare-we-say it, is just as attractive. But are good looks and solid sound enough to convince users to shun the Apple iPod mini? Read on to find out." IPv6 - A Look At The Next Generation Internet Protocol @ The Tech Zone: "Internet Protocol Version 6, is the latest incarnation of... Read more...
Hey folks, here's your last dose of news for the day. If your in the market for a fancy new case, check out Robert's review of the ASUS Vento 3600. Goodnight! VoIP Editorial @ TechConnect "Voice Over IP technologies are making a comeback, with cheaper prices and prettier interfaces. What lurks beneath the surface, though?" GeCube X800XLA-VIVO 256MB (RADEON X800 XL - AGP) @ Hardware Zone "Powered by ATI's RADEON X800 XL VPU, the GeCube X800XLA-VIVO 256MB comes with the new Rialto bridge chip that should be welcomed by those unwilling to part with their well-stocked AGP compatible... Read more...
Hey folks, after a long and intense battle with Windows Networking, I'm here to deliver the news. Most people wouldn't consider networking very intense, but as many of you know... it can be. Yeah I'm a geek, and I love it :) Anyway folks, here's your news. Enjoy! AOpen i915Pa-PLF Motherboard Review @ PCStats "The AOpen i915Pa-PLF motherboard is a socket 775 Intel Pentium 4 solution designed for mainstream users getting ready to upgrade a little of everything. Obviously based on the Intel 915P chipset, this blackened-PCB motherboard supports current 800/533MHz FSB Socket 775 CPUs (Celeron or... Read more...
Good afternoon folks, it's time for another update. I'm a little short on time at the moment, so please forgive the lack of conversation as I get straight to the news. Legit Reviews has sent us their article for the XFX 6600GT PCI-E, so if your looking for more on that card, make sure to also check out Jeff's review of the 6600GT PCI-E. Enjoy! "17 Inch LCD Display Buyer's Guide" @ XYZ Computing "The Buyer's Guide is going to take a look at some of the many 17" LCD display out there so as to help consumers learn a little bit and get a point to start from. The selection of 17"... Read more...
Good afternoon ladies and gents. I've got some new hardware to play around with, and a few errands to run, so I'm going to get straight to the news. Enjoy! Soltek Qbic EQ3901-300P Review @ AMDZone "We are quite happy to have an Athlon 64 small form factor that can handle two hard drives and two optical drives. We are also impressed with the first 300 watt power supply we have seen in a SFF. Stability of the system was excellent, the price is agreeable, and the looks are pleasant." GeForce 6600 GT and SLI @ LostCircuits "From an SLI standpoint, the 6600GT is especially interesting... Read more...
Hello and good evening to all :) In the news tonight, Madshrimps has taken a shot at overclocking the Pentium M (Dothan) using DFI's 855GME-MGF. In addition to that, we also have reviews for the Dell Ispiron 700M Notebook, Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI motherboard, and the Sunbeam Chameleon case. Enjoy! Overclocking the Pentium M: Silent Powerhouse @ Madshrimps "One of Intel's latest CPU runs at 1.6ghz, no there is no typo here, the Pentium M normally intended for laptops have been given a chance to shine in desktop systems also with the help of resourceful motherboard manufactures. We take a closer... Read more...
Good to see you again friends :)  With the world of work starting back up for me again this morning, I do not have a huge amount of time to chit-chat.  However, I do have enough to fire up another round of linkage.  Enjoy your day, I will "see" you back here later this evening...  SilverStonetek SST-FP54 Review @ ExtensionTech.net "You'd perhaps think that this parallel powered VFD was late into the market. And well, perhaps it is...But seeing that you can't buy too many printers these days that use the parallel port anymore, that leaves potential for all those... Read more...
Good morning everyone :)  Sorry about the later start this morning, I am fighting off a lovely head-cold which is playing havoc on my sleep schedule.  Nonetheless, our HH News Bin is filling up, so let's get the show on the road...  Legion Hardware - A look at the ATi Radeon X800 series "The Radeon X850XT is said to cost at least $50 US more than the X800XT and produces just 0.3 more gigapixel/sec. Most gaming titles struggled to place more than a frame per second between these two graphics cards, which is most disappointing given the price premium ATi have placed on the Radeon... Read more...
What's going on friends?  With a migraine lingering in the back of my head, I am going to cut the banter to a minimum so I can get some more drugs into me.  However, we do have quite the tasty selection of juice on tap this morning.  So, go grab a glass and dive in; here is your AM update...  Wireless Bluetooth Mouse Battle: Microsoft vs. Logitech @ HardcoreWare "If you're looking to add Bluetooth connectivity to your system, why not add a nice wireless mouse at the same time? Both of these products from Logitech and Microsoft do just that.Today we're going to find out... Read more...