• ATC2K: Oregon Scientific Action Video Camera

    The ATC2K from Oregon Scientific is a great, low cost, mountable video camera for the daredevil out there. The waterproof video camera has 32MB of internal memory with an SD card slot supporting up to 2GB. The ATC2K works with a wide variety of video editing software, so I wouldn’t sweat over that detail. It virtually mounts to anything you can think of with its included hardware and… Read More

  • Next-Gen iMac Photos Surface


    Ooooh! Oooooh! Oooooooooh! Those shifty dudes over at Gizmodo got some pictures of the new iMac e-mailed to them this morning. Of course, the photos are blurry and low-rez, so they’re most likely fake. If this is the new iMac though, it looks pretty sweet. You be the judge. Hit the jump for a picture of the back
    Alleged Next-Gen Aluminum iMac Looks Sweet, Blurry and Probably Fake [Giz] Read More

  • Apple Releases iPhone Tool

    I’m sick of everything iPhone-related, but this was way too funny to pass up. I wasn’t aware that Apple had released an official iPhone tool until I came across this gem on eBay and later on Flickr. This tool is only issued to Apple Support, but now you can own your very own, so you won’t have to suffer from seperation anxiety while your precious is being serviced. The… Read More

  • New iMacs "Likely" To Boost Apple Profits

    Duh. New iMacs Likely To Boost Apple [Seeking Alpha] Read More

  • Buffalo DriveStation, MiniStation Now 30-60 Percent Faster Than Pretenders

    By all accounts, faster is better than slower, and bigger is better than smaller… so long as we’re talking about hard drives. Buffalo’s MiniStation and DriveStation hard drives will now most certainly be faster, about 30-60 percent faster than other such drives. Buffalo sped up the hard drives’ speed by using Turbo USB, a proprietary feature at controller level. (All… Read More

  • Nintendo Wii Fit Price, Availability Revealed

    For those of you who’ve been wondering about the release and price of the Wii Fit then wonder no more. According to the blokes at Game Stop the pre-release for the Wii Fit is January 1, 2008 and that’s not all. They’ve priced it out at $69.99, which isn’t too bad considering the limitless hours of joy it will bring you and the family. The pre-release doesn’t tell… Read More

  • Nokia Signs On To Use Microsoft DRM

    You know what, I’m glad you got an iPhone. Although it’s been over-hyped and talked about for months, at least it doesn’t use Microsoft’s shitty PlayReady DRM. Nokia made the stupid move of signing on with Microsoft to use the DRM on its phones using the S40 and S60 interfaces. Nokia phones tend to be pretty feature-rich, especially in the media department. Introduce… Read More

  • AT&T Adds More WiFi To Europe

    Nothing special here, just good news for those of you living or visiting Europe in the future. AT&T has teamed up with The Cloud to offer over 9000 new WiFi hotspots around Europe, bringing the total amount of WiFi spots up to around 37,000. Very nice. AT&T Expands Wi-Fi Access [PR Newswire] Read More

  • Blue Raven Masestro 1070 iPod System

    In a world of many iPod docks, only a few stand out. This jet-black stereo from Blue Raven seems to be one of them. The Maestro 1070 iPod dock features two speakers pumping out 70-watts of music, complete with a subwoofer for a true bass aficionados. In case you don’t own an iPod but still like the set, you can use the auxiliary-in jack, but you won’t be able to use the included… Read More

  • New, Tighter Wii Remote Control Straps Spotted: Clips That Actually Lock In Place

    I bet Nintendo didn’t anticipate so many people losing control of their Wii remote controls, destroying TVs and ruining marriages in the process. To remedy that, the company has been releasing improved remote control wrist straps since the system’s launch. Another such Wii strap revision has appeared over the weekend, this one featuring even tighter clips. These clips lock rather… Read More

  • Id Software Hops Aboard The Steam Train


    Sup guys? Digital Trends didn’t expect it and neither did I. Seems Id Software has teamed up with rival Valve to release Id titles through the Steam distribution service. The announcement comes during QuakeCon, which is currently going down in Texas. Price is key here and not just the newer titles, but all of Id’s catalog will be available for purchase. You can get Commander Keen… Read More

  • Six Things That Suck About Each Next-Gen Console

    It’s no surprise that I think the Wii sucks. It’s a terrible console, but that’s OK. PS3 and Xbox 360 both have plenty of flaws to make them suck just as much as any Nintendo console. Pixel Perfect Productions compiled a list of what makes these consoles suck so bad. Notable mentions for the 360 include the dreaded “red ring of death”, Microsoft’s points… Read More

  • Disney Mobile Scores Two New Samsung Handsets

    Apparently, you’re not a cool company anymore unless you have your own MVNO. This must mean that Disney is the coolest around town, especially with the two new Samsung handsets it just picked up for Disney Mobile. The DM-S105 and DM-S110 are both basic CDMA clamshells with a VGA camera, Bluetooth, SMS, yadda yadda yadda. You get the deal. The DM-S110 comes in either pink or silver, so… Read More

  • When LEGO Meets Guitar Hero

    You can build just about anything out of LEGOs if you’re crafty enough. A dinosaur, a spaceship, or a working PS2 controller that’s in the shape of a Gibson Explorer guitar. In this case, it’s the latter and this LEGO guitar for Guitar Hero actually looks better than the standard guitar controllers. Shred, anyone? It works for PS2 and no, you can’t get one. But you can… Read More

  • Microsoft Web Site Tracks Xbox 360 Repair Status

    Like many of you, I recently had to send in my Xbox 360 for repairs because of the Red Ring of Death. (Going without Viva Piñata this long has put great strains on my family.) To help alleviate the “when will it be fixed?” calls, e-mails, threats, etc., Microsoft has launched a Web site that tracks the repair progress of your Xbox 360. You’ll need a Windows Live ID as… Read More

  • Lindy Mini NAS On The Cheap

    Searching for a bargain NAS and own a Mac Mini? You really couldn’t ask for more with the Lindy Mini NAS. Aside from looking like the Mac Mini’s illegitimate brother, the Mini NAS has space for full-size 3.5-inch drives and comes with a built-in FTP server, Samba support, and 10/100 Ethernet. Oh noes! No gigabit! Not a networking guru? Who cares. Use a USB cable to easily connect… Read More

  • Logitech Wave Wireless Desktop


    Keyboards are such a fundamental component of computing that they often exit largely unnoticed. That old dependable cornerstone of your life that you probably only consider when something is wrong with it. It’s easy to do. Unfortunately, this position leaves the keyboarding with few advancements as the computing world upgrades at the rate of Moore’s Law. But change is in the air… Read More

  • Toshiba Unveils Third-Gen HD DVD Players

    I could have sworn about 2 months ago I saw these three HD DVD players sitting in the back of some Toshiba event. No one talked about them, the feature listings weren’t any different than the other HD DVD players , so I thought nothing of it. Now Toshiba is formally introducing the HD-A30, HD-A35, and HD-A3 HD DVD players. They all feature an ethernet jack for ‘net connectivity… Read More

  • Air Musician Air Guitar Wrist Strap: Because You're Worth It

    First, watch this video. Wish you could be as cool as that guy? The Mad House Airmusician wrist band, which hit Japan later this week for around $16, turn you into a bona fide fake rock star. So long as your wrist keeps moving, the band will keep belting out the appropriate guitar licks. There’s five built-in songs—”Black Night,” “Smoke On The Water,”… Read More

  • Hands-On With The Wowwee Roboquad: It Crawls, Dances


    In the 1997 film Fast, Cheap & Out of Control, documentarian Errol Morris took a look at a variety of eccentric characters whose work blurred the line between the human, the animal, and the mechanical. One of the featured characters was an M.I.T. robotics scientist who had spent his career making machines that moved like bugs. That’s basically the idea behind Wowwee’s… Read More

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