Upgrades

  • Glofiish Gets WinMo 6.0, World Stops Spinning

    There’s some great news coming out of Taiwan this morning for Windows Mobile fans. WTF?! Yes, E-Ten has announced a free upgrade to WinMo 6.0 for Glofiish X500 and M700 owners. The free upgrade is available via the Glofiish website. The folks at E-Ten are so helpful they’ve even highlighted the benefits of upgrading to Windows latest and greatest mobile OS. And what exactly are… Read More

  • 100GB HDD Upgrade For iPods And Zunes

    Maybe I’m the only one on the planet who doesn’t need a PMP with more than 30GB or I’m subconsciously limiting myself because my main iPod only has 30GB. I have gigs and gigs of music, but I hardly fill my iPod to capacity since I use it quite a bit as a portable HDD. Never the less, iPodMods has released a 100GB HDD upgrade for 5th gen iPods and Zunes. The drives are… Read More

  • iResQ Will Upgrade Your Apple TV's Hard Drive For You

    The Apple TV’s 40GB hard drive is pretty laughable, but upgrading it on your own may not be for everyone. If you’re too shy to do it yourself, iResQ will gladly do it for you—for a fee, of course. They’ll upgrade your Apple TV’s hard drive to a 160GB one for $259; to 120GB for $229; or to 80GB for $199. (Might as well go with the 160GB hard drive for those… Read More

  • What's New in iTunes 7.1?


    iLounge has a great, in-depth examination of iTunes 7.1 and all of its improvements/changes. Most interesting is the full-screen cover-flow view that offers a bit of Front Row goodness without much overhead. Lock down the keyboard on that and you’ve got a great little jukebox application. They also added Apple TV support — shipping March 20, it seems, according to the Apple… Read More

  • Blackberry 8820 – WiFi-tastic

    Though the rumors have been swirling like a pot of choco fondue, the upcoming Blackberry 8820 is most likely real and debuting around or by Q2. The big features? WiFi built into the device and an improved battery along with some treats we won’t know about until the release. Don’t expect anything mind-blowing aside from the WiFi though, as the 8820 is supposed to be more of a… Read More

  • Vista: Extreme Tech Answers, Upgrade or Clean Install?

    So you’ve done it. You’ve consulted with your spouse, your lawyer, your priest, and your therapist and you’ve decided to ditch XP for the wide open fields and OSXivity that is Windows Vista. And you’ve even chosen which flavor you want. But when upgrading one Windows OS to another, the nagging question has always been: clean install or upgrade the current install? In… Read More

  • CompUSA Banks on Windows Vista or Money Back Guarantee

    If you’re one of the many who are interested by the idea of Windows Vista but are hesitant to take the $400+ plunge without back-up, then look to your local CompUSA for a safety net. The national computer retail chain is guaranteeing that you’ll love Windows Vista, or you get your money back. In addition, the techs will re-install your former OS free of charge if you’re… Read More

  • Wii Strap Resolved


    If you felt no compulsion to use the Wii Strap Fix from earlier this week, you might be OK anyway. Reports are streaming from Australia that the faulty straps have already been updated to new, thicker straps. This will presumably fix the problem, though it still couldn’t hurt to use some of that fishing line just to be safe. Just a thought. Nintendo improves Wii remote strap… Read More