• Justice Department Says ISPs Are Like The Post Office

    The U.S. Justice Department has taken a step toward you getting more charges from your ISP. In comments to the FCC today, the Department said imposing Net neutrality regulations could “could deter broadband Internet providers from upgrading and expanding their networks to reach more Americans.” Chief amongst their examples was that the one of the oldest data delivery systems, the U.S. Read More

  • Star Trek Goes HD


    Trekkie fans now have a reason to switch to HD DVD. Toshiba and CBS have announced that season 1 of the original series will launch November 20. This is your chance to own the first season in HD, but in the event that you don’t own an HD DVD player it’s ok because the discs are dual format with standard DVD format on the other side of the disc. But chances are you’ll want… Read More

  • Wacom Introduces New Intuos3 Tablets


    Old-skool: Wacom has yet to release images of the SE version Nothing too major here, but looks like Wacom is giving its line of Intuos tablets an update. The new Special Edition Intuos3 Tablet celebrates Wacom’s 25th year in business and pays homage to the product that helped ease animation to the PC. You’ll be able to pick out a tablet in 6×8, 6×11, and 9×12 sizes… Read More

  • HP's iPAQ 610 Video: Booring Sidney, Booring

    http://www.brightcove.com/playerswf HP’s Raj Bhavani shows off the iPAQ 610, which I’m posting here because I like the guys at notebooks.com and I am still stunned that HP thinks that any self-respecting road warrior would purchase a hunky iPAQ, even if it does come unlocked. I GUESS if your IT team passes these out you’d use them, but it has a 3-megapixel camera and no… Read More

  • Belkin Condoms For Your New iPods

    Belkin, wouldn’t you know it, has announced a new line of accessories for the iPods that you may or may not have heard of. The Sport Armband Plus does some stuff so you can listen to your iPod while you’re working out. That stuff includes a cable pod to store and manage your…cables. There’s also a pocket where you can put a key or your earbuds. The neoprene sleeve is… Read More

  • Lulu Suing Hulu and We're Going Kuku!

    NBC and News Corp launched Hulu a few weeks ago and they’re already getting all kinds of static. First, their name translates to “cease and desist” in Swahili and how they get a C&D from Lulu, some other company that does some kind of digital stuff. Man! Can’t a rich media conglomerate get a break in this world? Read More

  • Amazon's Kindle and Google's Book Thing: More eBook Readers

    Please, companies, make a good, cheap eBook reader. I really don’t mind having it by my bedside if it cost maybe $100 and books cost about $25 or so, like books cost in “paper form” right now. However, by selling them for too much and then charging a premium for books AND assuming that we’re all trying to steal your eBooks and share them on the Interwebs, you’re… Read More

  • Vudu Video Serving Box Reviewed, Perhaps It Serves Up the Video?


    Vudu made quite a splash a little while ago when the announced a video device that hooks straight up to your TV and lets you buy video. While this device could be called a Media Center PC, a TiVo, or an Apple TV, it is in fact simply called the Vudu and is apparently easy to use and really glossy. Read More

  • Sony's Latest Alpha DSLR Officially Unveiled

    As expected Sony finally pulled the sheet back on the Alpha DSLR that’s been buzzing around the Web. The A700, after perusing the specs, doesn’t seem to be anything spectacular, but it does have a few redeeming qualities. I think. Read More

  • The Beat Goes On Keynote Now Available

    Many of you obviously stopped in to the Gear yesterday to check out what was happening at the Apple event and for good reason. The elusive widescreen touch iPod was finally released, the Fat Nano, as predicted, waddled in and the price drop on the iPhone that probably caused many of you to break something. While our coverage was top notch some of you may want to watch the keynote for… Read More

  • Toshiba Announces Two Hard Drives

    Today Toshiba announced it’s releasing two new 1.8-inch hard drives that are designed with portable media players in mind. There’s a 160GB flavor and an 80GB flavor. Normally, not exciting stuff. The 160GB uses CE-ATA and the 80GB uses PATA and they spin at 3600RPM. Whatevs. Oh wait…didn’t Apple just give the iPod Classic a brand spankin’ new 80GB and 160GB… Read More

  • Oh Noes! No More iPod Hi-Fi!

    I mean, yeah, you, I and half the world was expecting it to be gone soon, but still. The $349 niche sound system (which did sound good to Apple’s credit) is no longer available on Apple’s online store. Though not the most popular iPod-related product, it still was a bold move for Apple to release its own audio docking system. I’m sure if you scour your local Apple store, you… Read More

  • Samsung Sentry Robot: Come and Get Me, Bastards!


    Hit X to Hack The time is nigh, people. When the shiznit hits the fazan, these robots will be your only solace and protection. As hordes of ravenous, mutated Moray eels begin roaring out of your plumbing, the Samsung sentry bot, patented but not yet available at Best Buy, will hold them off long enough for you to slit your own throat with a broken bottle and listen as they slither and… Read More

  • Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Review


    When an iPod speaker costs $600, it had better be taken very seriously by its designers. Luckily, the new Zeppelin has high-end British speaker manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) as its loving parent. It looks like it flew right off the cover of Led Zep I, except that it’s not in flames. This 2.1-channel iPod speaker/dock sings with all the power of an opera diva — and… Read More

  • Colorful Blackberry Pearls For T-Mobile Revealed

    Mother of Pearl! Look what showed up on T-Mobile’s website last night. Seems the Blackberry Pearl’s new coloring is going to be quite the hit with the ‘Mo. You can now get the Pearl in black, white, red, gold, and blue. I just hope they don’t drag this phase out too long. Remember how long they milked the Sidekick II for?? T-Mobile’s “String of… Read More

  • The Futurist: Analyzing Apple's Announcements

    Another day, another Apple announcement. Fortunately, this was no “Lets take another look at Leopard” letdown. As far as product unveilings go, this one was absolutely a doozy. We saw them (almost) completely revamp the entire iPod line, add a new (but still familiar) face to the mix, and bring frowns to the faces of Sony and HP, who had the misfortune of announcing products on… Read More

  • iPod Touch May Have Bluetooth

    Guess where I was this morning at 6am? It wasn’t the Apple Store on 5th Avenue, I can tell you that much. I was on a subway, looking at my 5G 30GB iPod and thinking about how great it was. “I don’t need no stinkin’ Touch!” I though to myself. I came home, got on the internets, and started browsing around. I was really, really trying to avoid Apple news. But then… Read More

  • Google Books: Embed Book Clips Into Websites

    Google Books released a useful new tool this morning – the ability to embed parts of public domain books directly into other websites and/or Google Notebook. The clip from the image above is embedded below. You can choose an image or text embed (both are below). It’s useful for bloggers who want to discuss a certain passage of a book, although taking a screen shot and uploading it… Read More

  • Zoho's Business Suite Taking on Google Apps

    Zoho has been a busy company. Over the past two years they’ve launched 12 applications along with 4 utilities, nearly all with APIs. Last October Zoho tied these programs together for individuals with a single sign-on feature. Today they’re releasing a similar bundling for businesses that takes on Google’s own business productivity suite. The new release is called Zoho… Read More

  • Mobile Game News: EA Mobile SCRABBLE F-U-N; Konami Receives Excellence Awards; Hudson Takes the Field; CelluFun Back in the Casino


    This week’s mobile gaming news has E-A M-O-B-I-L-E making a big score with SCRABBLE, which is now available for download in North America and Europe. The EA Mobile version is officially licensed from Hasbro, Inc., and brings the classic board game of wordplay to the mobile phone with simple controls and challenges for all skill levels. “”SCRABBLE is one of the world’s… Read More

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