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OCZ Technology Introduces Slate Series ExpressCards for Notebooks – More Convenient and Less Power Consuming than Peripheral Storage Devices Sunnyvale, Calif.—December 8, 2008—OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today introduced the Slate Series ExpressCard™,... Read more...
The WiMAX vs. LTE (Long-Term Evolution) battle may have only just begun, but LG is already making headway for the latter technology, having just announced the world's first 3GPP LTE handset modem chip for cell phones and data cards. This chip is theoretically capable of 100Mbps/50Mbps download/upload speeds; LG demonstrated it with 60Mbps... Read more...
HP and the Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University (ASU) announced a prototype of an affordable, flexible electronic display today. These paper-like computer displays are made almost entirely of plastic, and can enable displays to consume less power for today’s portable devices. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of flexible... Read more...
Remember that old, portable CD player you use to have? Well, as it turns out, it’s not quite as obsolete as we may have thought. Telegraph.co.uk is reporting that now, four years after department store John Lewis stopped carrying portable CD players, it is stocking them again. Although MP3 players are definitely popular, and largely overtaking... Read more...
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! MOVIES AND TV EPISODES FROM NETFLIX DIRECTLY TO THE TV THROUGH TIVO DVRs AVAILABLE TODAY Just in Time for the Holidays, Offering Brings Budget Conscious Entertainment to Consumers ALVISO, Calif. - December 8, 2008 — After announcing a groundbreaking partnership in October with Netflix Inc., TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ: TIVO),... Read more...
On Friday, Intel said it is researching technology that could harvest free energy from the environment. If the company succeeds, it’s possible we could all enjoy mobile phones and other devices that would essentially run indefinitely without charging, thanks to this technology. To make this possible, Intel is working on developing tiny sensors... Read more...
The iPhone has been a hot seller, that’s for sure, but there are still quite a few people holding out. Perhaps the price and monthly contract fees have something to do with the fact that some users haven’t jumped on board yet. And then there’s that whole economic downturn thing where we’re all feeling strapped for cash. Now, if rumors of a... Read more...
As the first ever BlackBerry smartphone with a touchscreen, the BlackBerry Storm has generated a lot of buzz. Unfortunately for RIM, the press hasn’t been 100% positive, with headlines stating things claiming the BlackBerry Storm sucks. Not only did Wired and David Pogue from New York Times have less than favorable things to say, but Pogue’s... Read more...
It’s amazing what software can do. Take Truphone for the iPod touch, for instance. This free software can enable your favorite multimedia player to make phone calls. That’s right, Truphone for iPod touch lets you make free calls to other iPod touch owners without a SIM card, contract, or any fees. You’ll need the software, along with a microphone... Read more...
  Opera 10 sneak peek Prepare for next-generation browsing Oslo, Norway - December 4, 2008 - Today, Opera Software introduces the first look at Opera 10. An alpha version of Opera 10 is now available at http://www.opera.com/browser/next. This release gives people a taste of Opera's new rendering engine, Opera Presto 2.2 - the foundation... Read more...
As a company, Google has never really been one to sit back and just watch what the other guys are doing; instead, the company is continuously venturing into new areas. Now, they’re looking to get in on the social networking action by going head-to-head with Facebook’s newly launched Connect. Similarly named, Google’s new Friend Connect makes... Read more...
If you’ve ever attempted to sleep in the same room as a person who snores loudly, then you know just how difficult it can be to get a good night’s rest. Now, thanks to the new SnorePro from HBIUSA, relief may be in sight. This watch-like unit uses Dynamic Snore Detection technology to detect snores. When snoring is detected, the device sends... Read more...
If you’re seriously considering taking your photography skills to the next level and have about eight grand lying around, then you’ll be interested to hear that Nikon announced the new D3X DSLR. While not cheap, this camera definitely brings its fair share of bragging rights. The D3X can take pictures that will put other cameras to shame,... Read more...
Just in time for Christmas, Nikon is granting the wish of many by shipping the new GP-1 GPS add-on dongle. This handy little add-on was first announced back in August. The GP-1 geotags images taken with a compatible DSLR by recording latitude, longitude, altitude, and time information. Many image processing software programs support geotagging,... Read more...
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