Latest News - November 2009
- Barnes & Noble Stores Won't Get Nook As Early As Planned
- Text-a-Tip Programs Catch On, Help Police Solve Crimes
- LG's GW620 And BL40 Movie Phones Now On Sale
- Nokia Only Getting Linux-Based OS Onto One Phone Next Year
- Nikon D5000 DSLR Review
- CrunchPad Dreams Die As Partners Pull Out
- Amazon's Kindle Sees Record Month For Kindle Sales: Nook Who?
- Apple Caught Field Testing Fourth-Gen iPhone
- HotHardware and Viddler Contest: The Final Day!
- Rocketfish WirelessHD Adapter Cuts The Cord Between HDMI Devices & HDTV
- Google Dips Into TV Ad Business By Way Of TiVo
- Chrome Detailing: Previewing Google's New Operating System
- Live Music Recordings Come To iTunes, Broke Fans Rejoice
- Lenovo Begins Buyback Of Lenovo Mobile
All News for November 2009
Although Barnes & Noble plans to begin shipping its new $259 wireless Nook ebook reader today as planned, the demand for the product has been so strong that the company won't have any models available in-store for purchase or demonstration... Read more...
For years, police have struggled with an anti-snitching culture that has made witnesses afraid to come forward with information that could help solve a crime. Now, police from across the country are getting help from anonymous text messages sent to... Read more...
When you think "smartphone," names like Nokia, Apple and maybe even HTC come to mind. But LG? Believe it or not, LG is making a serious play to become a serious contender in the smartphone space, and the company's GW620 is definitely a powerhouse... Read more...
Nokia still holds the lion's share of the cell phone market place, but that edge is quickly slipping away. The Finnish handset maker has arguably fallen into the same holding pattern that has brought Sony Ericsson to its knees, and with players like... Read more...
Consumer DSLRs with HD video capabilities are becoming more and more prevalent these days. As a result, manufacturers are constantly battling to find ways to differentiate themselves and their products from the others. Nikon's D5000 offers a few features that help set it apart from other options in the company's... Read more...
Who didn't see this coming? Okay, okay, so maybe there actually were a few people out there holding out serious hope that the CrunchPad would indeed see the light of day, but we've been skeptical of the whole thing from the get-go. That said, it... Read more...
Think that Amazon's Kindle is worried about the Barnes & Noble Nook or any of the other lesser-known ereaders hitting the market lately? Guess again. Amazon has just announced that its ereader--which is viewed as a pioneer in the sector--has... Read more...
This news shouldn't surprise anyone, certainly not in terms of location. Apple has begun field-testing the 4th generation iPhone in the San Francisco Bay Area. Developers of the iPhone app iBART, which is used to help commuters around the Bay Area... Read more...
Today is the final day to enter video submissions for the contest we're running along with our friends at Viddler, so we thought we'd stir the pot a bit and give you all a glimpse at the prize. Here is our fearless leader un-boxing and touring the... Read more...
The wireless revolution is in full swing, and there's no better proof than the introduction of this product. Rocketfish, a brand that's housed by Best Buy, has just revealed its Rocketfish Adapter with WirelessHD, which essentially enables you to... Read more...
At first glance, TiVo and Google couldn't be further apart. TiVo is a struggling DVR company that is battling with those cable company-issued boxes in an effort to get folks to use their box instead, while Google is a search and software giant that... Read more...
Last week, Google open-sourced its Chromium OS project, more than a year before the operating system is scheduled for release. In doing so, Google hopes a variety of developers and companies will become involved in the project, and has pledged to... Read more...
Ah, live music. Is there anything better? Maybe a nice new triple-GPU setup, or possibly a sweet slate of Core i7, but other than that, we're thinking live music has the edge. Unfortunately, attending your favorite concerts has become synonymous... Read more...
Hoping to better target the mobile Internet market, Lenovo announced that it is planning to buy back the entire interest of Lenovo Mobile Communication Technology from a group of investors. Lenovo is putting up $200 million in cash and stock to reacquire its former mobile business sold to a group of investors in... Read more...