• NASA's New Mars Lander Powered By IBM Architecture

    NASA’s new Phoenix Lander launched last Friday, destined for the red planet. The first in NASA’s Scout Program, Phoenix will look for habitable zones and evidence of water in Mars’ artic region. The lander itself is powered by a processor based on IBM’s Power Architecture, similar to the one used in Sony’s PlayStation 3. I don’t mean to speak for Josh… Read More

  • Commodore Gravel C200 Details Revealed

    Commodore is making a strong comeback, albeit under the guise of just the name, into the PC market and they’re also making their presence known in the PMP market. The C200 is the latest to join the Gravel series, but don’t expect it to compete against the iPod or Zune. It has a 1.8-inch OLED screen, plays back all major file formats for music/video (MP3, WAV, WMA, MPEG2, MPEG4… Read More

  • The Fuzzwich Cartoon Maker

    Fuzzwich is a dead simple application for creating and publishing animated shorts. The animation editor comes pre-populated with a random selection of music, background, and cartoon characters. However, you can easily change them to any of their other 42 characters, 15 songs, or 14 backdrops. The content library will be changing over time, and they plan on adding a character editor soon. After… Read More

  • Dot Mac Will Be Down During Tomorrow's Event

    The message below indicates we’ll be seeing some changes made to .Mac during tomorrow’s event unless Apple really likes messing with us. We’ll see what happens tomorrow at 1PM EDT. Due to scheduled maintenance, .Mac members might be intermittently unable to access some .Mac services from 10 AM to 12 PM PDT on 08/07/2007. We apologize for any inconvenience. .Mac Update Coming… Read More

  • XM-I Announces Accordion-like Mini USB Speakers

    XM-I has released the perfect speakers for the road warrior or anyone, really, that wants powerful speakers that are easy to travel with. The USB powered speaker features a vacuum chamber that when stretched out offers a subwoofer-like boom, boom, boom. There’s a built-in rechargeable battery with a retractable dual interface USB cable and stereo mini-jack connector. The on/off switch… Read More

  • Help-Key: How To Shop for a GPS Unit

    If you love your GPS unit, you’ve got former president Ronald Reagan and some trigger happy Commies to thank for it. In 1983, a civilian airliner from the USA on its way to South Korea flew into Soviet airspace on accident. The USSR, in response, blew it out of the sky, killing hundreds. There was international outcry, of course, and calls were made to make sure it never happened… Read More

  • Brando Chromatic USB Hub

    Don’t you just love multi-colored USB hubs? You do? Really? That’s fantastic because Brando has a chromatic USB hub that not only lets you connect four USB devices, but it also brightens up that dreary desk of yours. It consumes very little power and lets you hot swap on any Windows OS machine. I’m completely mesmerized by the gif and how it moves. I really want one. Read More

  • Poopy Brown Halo 3 Zune For US Military

    I think we all know what MS is doing with all the poopy brown Zunes that aren’t selling. They’re making Halo 3 Military Editions for the US military and they will go on sale in military retail stores at a discounted price this month. MS donated 300 of the special edition 30GB Zunes to the USO of Metropolitan Washington and soldiers leaving for duty today had special access to the… Read More

  • BlackBerry Pearl 2 Launching Next Month

    The BlackBerry Pearl 2 aka Komet is set for launch in September according to the Spanish fanboys at Miblackberry. The Komet will launch with Vodafone and while it’s hardly worth frothing over unless you’re a woman or you have small hands, it’s a sign that our refresh of the popular Pearl is imminent. Be sure to tell your lady friend about it. I’m sure she’ll be… Read More

  • Sprint Adding Motorola RAZR 2 Next Month

    According to BGR’s anonymous tipster, Sprint will be unveiling the RAZR2 V9m sometime next month. Specs remain the same, but something that jumps right out is the 3 hours of talk time in digital mode. Hmmm. That’s not a whole lot of time, Motorola. Services supported will include Sprint TV, Music Store, Picture Mail, Video Mail, a NFL Mobile app, On Demand, Wireless Backup and… Read More

  • Palm Gandolf Caught On Tape

    A few more details on the Palm Gandolf aka Palm 800p have been leaked to PIC, and what we know is that it’s running a Palm OS Garnet and not WinMo (unless there are two models). It will be on a GSM network, it has a microSD slot as well as an IR port and a 1150 mAh Li-ion battery is providing the necessary juice to keep the boring non-touchscreen flowing. The firmware version was… Read More

  • 80GB PS3 Drops, 20GB Version Gets Cheaper

    The 80GB PS3 has finally hit the market for the low, low price of $599.99 with a copy of MotorStorm. As expected, the 20GB rig has dropped down to $449.99, which is great, but the 60GB is only $50 more. Don’t forget the five free Blu-ray DVDs you’ll also be getting when you purchase a PS3. Game Stop Read More

  • GameStation Portable Gaming System: Chinese Piracy At Its Finest

    The only reason I’m mentioning this dime-a-dozen Chinese pirated video game console thing (OneStation) is because I spy with my big eye el crack del Barça, Ronaldinho. How could you go wrong with 44, 48 or even 99 games in one? In all honesty, the seller, DealExtreme, doesn’t look any less credible than any other mod chip Web sites out there. (What else do you spend your… Read More

  • Kingston Announces SD, microSD Mobility Kit

    I often times find myself fumbling around between my microSD and SD cards to get pictures from my camera to my Ocean or music from my Ocean to my GPS, etc. It’s a real pain in the ass and I’m sure some of you feel the same way, so let’s rejoice over Kingston’s Mobility Kit that hopefully alleviates such unnecessary headaches. The all-in-one kit includes a microSD card… Read More

  • Some Company We've Never Heard Of Sues Apple Over iPhone Patent

    Maybe you’d like to know—or maybe you woudln’t?—that some no-name company is suing our Apple, claiming that the touch screen in its iPhone infringes upon one of its patents. The company, SP Technologies, which is the successor to Conglom-O, says that Apple “has infringed, and is now infringing” (ooh, how official sounding) on its patent for “method… Read More

  • The Pocket Idiot's Guide To The iPhone

    The Idiot’s Guide To series of books are a sure-fire way to become knowledgeable on just about any subject. It breaks everything down, so even grandma knows what’s going on. I’ve seen a lot of iPhone owners in NYC and I can guarantee that most of them don’t actually know how to use them. I’m referring to the blond bombshells I see at the gym yapping away… Read More

  • Event Tickets Are Big Business: European Startup Invades U.S.

    London-based Viagogo, an online marketplace for event tickets, is invading the U.S. market. It’s a European version of StubHub, which sold to eBay for $307 million back in January. The site was founded by Eric Baker, one of StubHub’s founders, and launched in 2005 after a falling out with the company. Baker is now returning to the US market to take on StubHub, with a fresh $30… Read More

  • Clear Harmony Noise Canceling Headphones Review

    Making a set of noise-canceling headphones that sound good and cancel noise well is no easy task. Able Planet’s Clear Harmony kills plenty of racket and pumps out some sweet-sounding audio, which is why it mystifies me that they’d do a less-than-stellar job on the fit and comfort, especially when they’re playing in Bose’s $350 sandbox. Still, these are worth a listen… Read More

  • Lenovo Has Linux On The Brain, Will Release Laptops With The OS This Year

    Lenovo will release laptops that have Linux instead of Windows later this year. I know, I know, this means the end of Microsoft as we know it… hellfire, dark clouds… Reuters, can’t be bothered to explain why Lenovo is making the switch, but it does go into great detail, in true reverse pyramid style, explaining how Dell announced a few months ago that it too was making the… Read More

  • Pentax Photo Gallery Launches Today

    Pentaxians now have an alternative to Flickr, Photobucket or Picasa to showcase their photographs. The Pentax Photo Gallery is an exclusive space to share your work and gain resources from an extremely talented group of photographers. You’ll instantly have access to over 2,500 unique photos from over 300 artists who hail from over 40 countries throughout Europe, Asia, The Americas… Read More

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