• Nvidia Does SLI Threeway

    Nvidia Does SLI Threeway

    It had to happen. Just when you’ve saved up enough money for dual-SLI cards, Nvidia is going to announce the availability of SLI x3. Rumor has it Nvidia will be announcing the new technology sometime at the end of Feb.—just in time for CeBIT. The question is, how long will it take for mobos to begin appearing with three PCI-E slots? And more importantly, how much would such… Read More

  • Canon Prepping 22-Megapixel EOS-1Ds Mark III

    Canon Prepping 22-Megapixel EOS-1Ds Mark III

    I’m a big fan of Canon cameras (I use an EOS-30D) and this appears to be the biggest thing they have coming: the EOS-1Ds Mark III. Featuring 22-megapixels of oh so unnecessary picturing takin’ beauty, The Mark III is set to oust the Mark II as the top rig at Canon camp. They’re also saying the Mark III will be half the size of its predecessor, making it much more… Read More

  • Collection of Strange Windows-Powered Devices

    TechEBlog has put together a neat little roundup of peculiar devices powered by Windows. The most hardcore of which is showcased above. A fully robotic parking garage run from an off-the-shelf PC running NT. It’s said to even be effective at memorizing parker habits so that cars can be stored more efficiently. Other devices include a windows powered gas pump, touchscreen boombox and more. Read More

  • Dance Dance Revolution is Healthy, Experts Say

    Dance Dance Revolution is Healthy, Experts Say


    According to researchers at West Virgina University, Dance Dance Revolution is healthy for kids. The study required kids to play DDR five days a week for at least 30 minutes. It found that the participants did not gain weight and experienced improvements in aerobic capacity, blood pressure and overall fitness level. Researchers also found that it gave the kids at better attitude toward… Read More

  • Welcome to the Social: Zune Phone Style

    Welcome to the Social: Zune Phone Style


    With the news breaking about Microsoft responding to an iPhone announcement with a possible Zune Cell Phone, we wondered what feature they’d most want to have. One of the most unique elements of the Zune is its ability to share music wirelessly and socially. “Hey, while I have you on the phone, do you want to hear that new Shins song? Let me shoot it to you…” Read More

  • Verizon Rolls Out Rev. A EV-DO

    for its various services, Verizon today announced the launch of its EV-DO Revision A network. To start, the Rev. A network will work in-and-around Boston, Richmond, Chicago, Salt Lake City, and throughout Florida. The upgrade will allow subscribers of Verizon’s wireless data plans to download at speeds of 400 – 800kbps. Quite nice. To usher in the launch, Verizon also announced… Read More

  • Zune Executive Leaves Microsoft

    on Reuters. It explains that Bryan Lee (not to be confused with the blind blues guitarist from New Orleans), corporate VP of Microsoft’s entertainment and device division, will be leaving MS in the coming weeks to pursue personal projects. J Allard will now assume full control of the Zune brand. I’m not really sure what impact this will have on anything. Allard has had success with… Read More

  • SanDisk V-Mate Successfully Puts Video On Flash Cards

    . The SanDisk V-Mate connects to your TV and lets you record any video played on the screen (including protected content like studio-produced DVDs) to all varieties of SD cards as well as MMC and Memory Stick flash memory. CNET has a full review of the V-Mate, which connects to your TV through a bundled mini-plug to A/V composite cable. You can start recording immediately or, with help from… Read More

  • Seagate Readies Wireless Storage for Phones

    Seagate Readies Wireless Storage for Phones

    Seagate has announced the Digital Audio Video Experience (or DAVE), a technology that aims to deliver 10 – 20GB of wireless storage to cellphones and other WiFi and Bluetooth devices. The credit card sized drive will sync with wireless devices in order to provide supplemental storage. It has already developed software to run with J2ME, BREW, Windows Mobile, Symbian and XCCC. Seagate says… Read More

  • ATHF Is the Bomb!

    Here’s a video of the Boston bombers in action. I assure you that Al Queda will now commandeer this technique of “creating cartoon characters using LEDs” to take down most of Akron, Ohio. Click through below for some excellent video of their stoner-tastic press conference. Update: Cartoon Marketing Ignites Bomb Scare [Alternet]
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  • Samsung NV7 OPS Quick Look

    A quick tour of the Samsung NV7 OPS, a 7.2-megapixel camera that costs about $300 online right now. It’s quite compact — except for the honking 7x zoom lens — but it’s a departure from the standard “silver plastic” camera we’ve been seeing recently. Release Page [Samsung] Read More

  • Sony Gachapin(??) SE MP3 Player

    I completely forgot Sony was still in the MP3 market! What with all the iPod, Zune, Sansa and Zen marketing blitzes going on all around Sony keeps chuggin’ away nice and quiet. I’m not sure what or who Gachapin is but I think it’s some sort of buck toothed caterpillar. Maybe? The special edition lime green E series walkman comes in 512MB and 1GB flavors. It also comes with… Read More

  • Canova Dual-Touchscreen Laptop Thing

    Canova Dual-Touchscreen Laptop Thing

    I tend to find touchscreens problematic. They never seem to function as I want them to, tracking clumsily and seldom failing to piss me off. Nevertheless, my professed feelings on the technology, it is undeniable that this dual-touchscreen laptop from Canova is incredibly sexy. It’s apparently available only in Australia and Italy and, despite my efforts, I’ve been unable to dig… Read More

  • Dell Returns As CEO, Promises Stuff: Take Two

    following the resignation of Kevin Rollins. Dell is also the current Chairman of the Board for the company. Dell started the company back in 1984 with a $1,000 and a dream of putting small, independent computer builders out of business cutting out the middleman and selling PCs directly to consumers. As for the future, now that he’s CEO again, things are only going to get better.
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  • Zox DVD Player Has An Identity Crisis

    Just about every gadget out there has a plethora of accessories that let you change the appearance so you don’t get bored with them. Skins for Sidekicks, all sorts of cases and widgets for cell phones, modded cases for gaming consoles and yet the standard fixtures in our homes don’t have any sort of market or makers to spice up the entertainment center. This is where Zox from… Read More

  • Jim Allchin Retires, Checks Email, Leads Masses to Vista

    , retired on January 30 and is now posting in his dotage as he putters around the house playing guitar and looking at cereal. After 17 years of hard-core programming, it’s kind of silly to see this guy posting to his Vista blog in a manner not befitting the guy that ordered a bunch of pale programmers to make an Aero “Glass” interface, but it’s nice that Bill… Read More

  • Source: Microsoft Zune Phone In the Works

    Source: Microsoft Zune Phone In the Works

    We’ve just received a sound tip that Microsoft is working on its very own phone to be branded under the Zune moniker. Our tipsters inform us that Microsoft execs are in meetings today hammering out details of the device and developing strategies and timescales for its release. Seeing as that the development has hardly started, little is known yet about the Zune Phone, but there are… Read More

  • HTC Athena/Ameo/U1000 Or Whatever It's Called Hands On

    Live and in your face. One more so keep clickin’. Read More

  • Ultra Chill-TEC Keeps CPU Cool So You Don't Have To

    CPU cooling is all thermo electrics these days. Ultra Products joins the fray of Peltier-effect processor coolers with the $149 Ultra Chill-TEC. For the unfamiliar, the cooler uses a solid-state active heat pump that takes heat from one side of the device to the other. A fan, heat pipes and copper plates then quietly get rid of the heat. The best part is that it can help cool down an… Read More

  • Sprint Offers Unlimited Texting to Power Pack Customers

    Sprint Offers Unlimited Texting to Power Pack Customers

    It’s no secret to us techies that text messaging is popular. I personally send far more texts than phone calls. It is a far quicker and less obtrusive method of communication. The problem is that none of the providers offer unlimited texting packages. Until now. Sprint Power Pack subscribers now have the option to add unlimited texting to their plan for $10 per month. If you’re on… Read More