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You want to record yourself playing music? Easy. Plug in to a Fender SLIDE, connect the SLIDE to your PC or mobile device, and have at it. DIY home recording has come a long way; a certain number of years ago (let’s not specify how many), if you wanted to lay down tracks with your band or just have some good demos of your burgeoning singer/songwriter greatness, you needed a 4-track tape recorder--and those things weren’t cheap. These days all you need is a relatively inexpensive digital recording interface, which is usually some kind of box with a couple of instrument or mic inputs... Read more...
If you've been thinking about getting the T-Mobile myTouch 3G but want a phone that shows off more of your personal style, then T-Mobile's latest version of the phone might be for you. Putting a "rock-and-roll spin" on the original T-Mobile myTouch 3G with Google, the new myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition will make its debut on January 20. To kick off the launch, T-Mobile will begin airing a commercial featuring Eric Clapton on January 20th. Although the hardware of the phone isn't much different than the original, the Fender Limited Edition model will feature a fresh design with enhanced features.... Read more...
T-Mobile's myTouch 3G may not be the latest and greatest of the Android bunch, but it definitely falls within the "oldie but goodie" category. If you always loved the design, but never bit on buying one for whatever reason, HTC is providing you another reason to take one more look. In a sweeping announcement of new holiday handsets, the one standout phone is the myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition. Expected to launch a little later in the year, the new handset has a guitar-inspired wood-grain finish that really sets it apart. Needless to say, the axe-slinger in your life is apt to go nuts upon simply... Read more...
MediaDefender, a company that provides anti-piracy solutions, has been accused of setting up a fake pirate site called MiiVi.According to reports from around the web, the site offered unlimited free movie downloads once users downloaded their software package.The software package is said to contain spyware that supposedly reports existing media on the computer of any unsuspected downloader.Given that MediaDefender is involved on some level with both the RIAA and MPAA, both of whom are involved in litigation against pirates, such an act might be frowned upon when it comes time for lawyers to explain... Read more...
It's being reported that anti-piracy watchdog, MediaDefender, may have set up a trap for potential pirates: “Several days ago, anti-piracy watchdog MediaDefender launched MiiVi.com, a decoy piracy site claiming to offer "fast and easy video downloading."  It displayed copyright by "MiiVi, Inc," and mentioned no affiliation with MediaDefender, the movie industry, or Hollywood in general. The site's spartan layout enticed users to download a special MiiVi client, which would supposedly unlock access to the site's cache of full-length movies.” Did MediaDefender honestly make a site with... Read more...
Two highly anticipated applications were released today.  First we serve up Mozilla's Firefox 2. This has been one of the most anticipated browser releases which now includes anti-phishing, Java Script 1.7 support, and a new extension system.  For a complete list of changes hop over to Mozilla's website for a full detailed listing. Next on the list we have Microsoft Defender.  First introduced over a little over a year and a half ago as a beta product after the acquisition of GIANT software, it has become one of the more popular Anti-Spyware software packages on the market.... Read more...