• IOGear Shipping First W-USB Kit

    Hooray! IOGear is now shipping the wireless USB hub and adapter kit that enables wireless transferring of content at speeds up to 480 Mbps. The hub can work with up to three PCs/laptops and works up to 30 feet away. In case you’re worried that it won’t work with your USB 1.0 devices then stop that nonsense now as IOGear has you covered. The whole shah bang is priced at $199.95… Read More

  • Aka Aki: Mobile Social Networking "Auf die straße"

    Mobile devices remain social networking’s final frontier. There have been a few mobile applications coming out of the established players (Facebook), but social networking on the mobile phone has largely been an area for new entrants. They’ve included Loopt, Bluepulse, Zyb, MocoSpace, and SK telecom’s own Helio. Aka Aki is a relatively new German mobile social networking… Read More

  • Dell "Launches" Precision M6300 Desktop Replacement

    This is a bit odd. In a press release today, Dell announced the availability of its new Precision M6300 notebook but I’ll be damned if you’re able to actually view the product page or purchase the thing. Sure, you can go to the Precision overview page and see a photo of it, but that’s about all. If not being able to purchase it doesn’t matter to you… Read More

  • MetroPCS Trying To Buy Leap Wireless

    In a week or so, MetroPCS could become the nation’s 5th largest wireless provider. The company today offered to purchase Leap Wireless for $5 billion in stock. Seems like a decent deal, since both carriers are not known nationwide and gives them both an opportunity to acquire new customers. Maybe MetroPCS will also acquire some cellphone service that doesn’t suck in the process. Read More

  • Carpenter Fired; Boss Tracked Slacking on GPS Phone

    These new fangled cellphones the kids are carrying around today, have you seen them? The ones with the GPS units, like Helio’s handsets? Totally rad. I’m thinking I might get one. I think I can even get my work to pay for it. Then I don’t even have to be at work, I can get calls anywhere. I’ll have so much free time! I just have to make sure I’m not like this guy… Read More

  • Ginormous Touch Screen Apple iPodOMFG Confirmed For Manana

    Less than 24 hours to go and I promise everything Apple will cease for at least a week. Think Secret is claiming that they have confirmation of a 3.5-inch display touch screen iPod. They’re also stating that the new iPods will continue to sport HDD instead of the rumored flash-based units everyone has been speculating over. The Nano will gain video playback, a 320×240 display, 12… Read More

  • Epson MovieMate = Good Times

    MovieMate 72 Epson, who is often times the bane of my existence because of busted printer, has announced two HD all-in-one projectors whose creed goes a little something like this, plug…load…play. The MovieMate 50 and 72 are affordable home entertainment projectors that are easy to setup and tote around. The 50 throws up 480p video and it has two 8W integrated speakers with DD 5.1 and DTS. Read More

  • Girls Gone Wild: Shocking Taser Guns

    These girls sound like Chihuahuas in a blender. Product Page
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  • Cuill: Super Stealth Search Engine; Google Has Definitely Noticed

    The murmurs about new stealth search engine Cuill (pronounced “cool”), which were barely a whisper earlier this year, are gaining strength and are starting to reverberate through Silicon Valley gatherings. Expect Powerset-like hype to begin forming around Cuill in the next few months. The company just recently put up a landing page with very basic information. The company’s… Read More

  • San Francisco Cab Driver *Loves* Apple, Shows Off Leopard Video To Random Passengers

    Now here’s a story to tell your grandchildren one day. It seems there’s a very Mac-savvy cabbie riding around San Francisco, showing unsuspecting passengers his iPod and iPhone. (He also plans to sell his PowerBook for parts!) On his iPhone, Cult of Mac says, he shows his passengers the intro movie for Apple’s upcoming Leopard. It could be worse: you could have a cabbie who… Read More

  • $15 Million For VideoEgg As They Redefine Their Business

    VideoEgg has just closed a $15 million series D round of funding led by Focus Ventures with WPP, Maveron, and August participating. VideoEgg cites plans to accelerate the development of their ad products and international sales network as the reasons behind the investment. VideoEgg started off as a white-label video host, powering some notable web properties such as AOL sites, Bebo, hi5… Read More

  • Sony Alpha DSLR Launching This Week?

    Throw another shrimp on the Barbie. From here on out I’ll be referring to rumors as shrimp and the Barbie will be the rumor bin. Got it? Good. So Pocket Lint seems to have it from a few insiders that the latest Alpha series of DSLRs from Sony will be launching this week. We’ll see how this pans out. New Sony Alpha coming this week [Pocket Lint] Read More

  • iCar Wishlist According To Laptop

    I’m not really sure how I feel about the impending rumored iCar, but chances are it’s real and it’s coming since reports are coming out that Jobs met with VW head honcho, Martin Winterkorn, last week. So what sorts of things should we expect/want from it? Laptop seems to be on the ball with their wishlist. Some of it sounds outrageous, but nothing that isn’t feasible. Read More

  • Ummm… Some Weird Comic-like Thing Explaining That NBC Screwed Up By Snubbing iTunes

    Maybe you can help us here. Take a minute and read the linked story. OK? Now, I’m pretty sure that this is supposed to be a dig at NBC for telling Apple and iTunes to go jump in a lake. (I hope my harsh language didn’t trip any WebSense filters.) But it’s like, hard to grasp. It’s not funny, per se. It’s not really poignant in any traditional sense of the word. Read More

  • Casio Quietly Launches Exilim EX-Z8

    With all the IFA fun going around it seems as though Casio forgot to tell everyone about the Exilim Z8. I guess that’s alright since it’s nothing special. Sure it’s got an 8-megapixel sensor, face detection, some anti shake deal, a motion analysis technology that supposedly sets the correct ISO, 3x optical zoom, a 2.6-inch LCD, and some feature called YouTuve Capture Mode… Read More

  • Verizon Wireless Offers New $30 Senior Citizen Plan

    Up until now, if you needed a basic Verizon Wireless plan, you’d still have to shell out $40 per month for 450 minutes, 400 of which you may never use. Starting today, you’ll be able to get 200 anytime minutes and 500 weekend minutes for $30. Oh, one catch. You have to be at least 65 years old and Verizon actually does verify your age.  Read More

  • Olympus E-3, New Top Of The Line dSLR, On October 17?

    Hold onto your hats, camera fans, for rumors point to a October 17 reveal of Olympus’ top of the line digital SLR. The cam used to be known as the E-P1, but now it’ll go by the much cooler E-3. That’s what the rumors say, at least. No real specs are known—October 17 says hi—but rumblings suggest a 10-megapixel sensor (CCD? CMOS? Who knows?), Liveview, which lets… Read More

  • JBL Announces On Stage 3 iPod/iPhone Dock

    Today JBL announced the On Stage 3 comes with all sort of dock adapters to meet your iPod needs and a 3.5mm jack allows you to hook up your CD player, laptop or what have you. The OS3 is powered by six AA batteries, which sort of sucks ass because who really wants to transport an iPod dock around? Anyhoo, JBL’s latest iPod dock features four Odyssey loudspeakers that pump out 6-watts… Read More

  • Desperation Time? Synthasite Gives Stock Away To Users

    Is this a brilliant PR move, or a sign of desperation? Web site builder Synthasite, which we took an early look at in November 2006, is giving 1 million shares of stock away to users. Users earn shares by creating templates. Each template accepted by the company earns 1,000 shares for the creator. “We’re only selecting the best templates,” the company says. The company… Read More

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