• Propeller Lives…For Now

    Yaaarrrrr! It’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day and what better way to celebrate than with a nautically themed post. The new Netscape is now the old Netscape (but called Propeller) and is now live at Propeller.com. The new old Netscape/ Propeller looks just like the old new Netscape, but with a new logo and URL. The old Netscape is now the new Netscape with the formerly new… Read More

  • Investors acquire Russian e-lance site

    Some interesting movement coming out of Russia yesterday. The leading Russian online recruitment website HeadHunter and private equity investor Digital Sky Technologies have each acquired 20% of Free-lance.ru, an online workplace for freelance specialists not unlike elance.com, for an estimated sum of $0.4 million. Free-lance has some 100,000 registered users. Digital Sky Technologies… Read More

  • BenQ MID Peeped At IDF

    Here’s a tasty 4.8-inch screen MID running Linux from BenQ. JKOnTheRun Read More

  • iPhone Hacked For Pseudo-GPS

    Navizon is a free app that claims to give you GPS and it seems to do the trick on the iPhone, according to Giz. It’s not really GPS, but it does triangulate your phone’s position by measuring the delay between nearby cell phone towers and their locations. Apparently, the coordinates are off by a few hundred yards, but I suppose it’s better than nothing. The app is free, so… Read More

  • Halo 3 Will Make The World A Better Place

    I love the Sarcastic Gamer. Sorry, folks, it’s a slow news day. Will Halo 3 have such a lasting effect on the world? Probably. Read More

  • We Want Comments Like This!

    http://www.collegehumor.com/moogaloop/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=1776175&fullscreen=1 Read More

  • WiMax, 3G Support Coming To Intel UMPCs

    I thought UMPCs were dead, but Intel is telling me different. Anand Chandrasekher, SVP and GM of Intel’s UM group, is set to announce that the chipmaker will be adding options for WiMax and 3G support to Menlow UMPC devices running Windows or Linux. The Menlow chip package includes the upcoming Silverthorne processor and single-chip Poulsbo chipset. We should be seeing it pop up on… Read More

  • Rumble For PS3 Controllers Confirmed

    An official announcement won’t be going out until tomorrow at TGS, but the chaps at IGN took a spin at the EA booth with Burnout Paradise, which revealed a little shake, rattle and roll. The Sixaxis appeared to be normal until they started playing and the rumble is likened to the PS2 rumble. Awesome. TGS 2007: Rumble Confirmed [IGN] Read More

  • Early Halo 3 Players Are Not Being Banned

    Microsoft has set things straight by announcing that they are not banning those who’ve received copies of Halo 3 before launch. They are, however, banning MS employees who are signing onto XBL with their copies. So there you have it. No need to fret over whether or not you can play your copy if you have one now. All is right in the world. Microsoft Not Banning Early Halo 3 Players… Read More

  • Samsung Printers Hit Apple Store

    1630 Printers don’t exactly warrant an alarm or anything, but the Samsung duo that are exclusive to Apple until January of 2008 are certainly worth a gander. I saw these a few months ago, but I thought they were fancy new desktop PCs. It never dawned on me that they were just printers until I saw one spewing out paper. They’re both equipped with touch controls and pretty blue… Read More

  • Hasselblad H3D II: 39-megapixel, GPS-enabled DSLR

    Hasselblad is updating their 39-megapixel DSLR with a handful of improvements that may justify its ridiculously high price tag. Well, not really, but it does have some kickass new features that will have any photog drooling. A 3-inch display is a great start and integrated GPS for automatic geotagging are welcome additions for serious photographers are always on the move. A 48x36mm CCD… Read More

  • IT Marketplace OnForce Closes $6.75 Million

    OnForce has closed a $6.75 million series A1 financing round led by Accel Partners. OnForce is a “marketplace for on site IT services”. Companies use the site to post contract gigs for registered IT professionals in your area. Postings can be made to the site for $11 with 10% of the parts and labor taken after completion of the job and final payment transferred. OnForce plans… Read More

  • Google Promotes 411 Service On Billboards

    OK, a Google flavored billboard might not seem that exciting, but for a company with products that have always promoted themselves, it’s an interesting change from Google. This shot was taken in upstate New York, far, far away from the early adopter crowd or the inner-city types whom Google might normally pitch to. Is it a sign that Google is looking to better promote it’s more… Read More

  • Keyboard With Handwriting Recognition

    File this one under lame because the A1Pro USB/PS2 Black Keyboard with Handwritten Identity Feature is so not worth the $25.48 you’ll be throwing away. Even if the handwritten identity feature were to even work properly, I’d still want to have a number pad. How often would you even use this feature? It’s much faster and easier to type than using a stylus, right? I think… Read More

  • Hands On With The Bose Computer MusicMonitor Speakers

    At yesterday’s Bose event, I was given the chance to experience to experience the new Computer MusicMonitor speakers first-hand. As I was led to a small, closed testing room, I wondered what Bose had up its sleeve. Earlier, they were showing videos of a suspension system it designed for a car, so I had no idea what to expect. Read More

  • Grown Up Adults Give The One Laptop Per Child The Thumbs Up (And Why Aren't 'Real' Laptops As Good?)

    NOTE: One guy at TC40 had a OLPC laptop and it would squeal like a dying rat every few minutes. Not a good sign. – JB This One Laptop Per Child business has been making waves since the days when I read Slashdot for fun, but Laptop Magazine just gave it a whirl. We already know that real life kids gave it the thumbs up a few weeks back, and now we have Laptop’s seal of approval. Read More

  • Germany Takes Apple iPhone Total to 3 Nations

    Apple has formally announced the release date for the iPhone in Germany. Germany will get the iPhone November 9th. The 8GB iPhone will retail for €399 ($557) including tax, and like in the United States is tied to a 2 year contract. German iPhone users will have access to iPhone features such as visual voicemail, Google Maps, WiFi iTunes Store, etc. Plans have not been announced yet. No… Read More

  • Talk Like A Pirate, Win 2GB of RAM

    I don’t care if today is international ‘Talk Like A Pirate Day’ because I’m not talking like a pirate, but ye should know that Crucial is giving away some booty in the form of 2GB of RAM. Just head on over and scour the site for the buried treasure chest and you could be one of two scurvy dogs to win. Aarrrgghhhhh. Crucial Read More

  • Does Digg Want To Be Facebook?

    Digg is to offer new features today that will provide social networking functionality akin to Facebook and MySpace. Digg users will now have full profile pages that allow them to connect to friends and share stories that may other wise not hit the main page of Digg. Digg users will also be able to chat with one and other, and leave messages on user profiles; a similar feature to the… Read More

  • Free Unlocked iPhone Winner: Tom

    Once you offer to give stuff away, all sorts come out of the woodwork. Take Tom for example. This “spry chap” give us an earful with his cockney meanderings, forcing us to sit up and “take note of his bonnet” when our random number generator picked his number. Jolly good show, you old sod! Cor blimey gov, what I wouldn’t do to get a butchers hook at yer… Read More

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