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  • Samsung YP-K5 MP3 Player With Integrated Speakers

    It could be just iPod fatigue, but this YP-K5 from Samsung looks much better, classier, and dare we say it, sexier than the iPod Nano. The player has a pixel-type icon display and supports MP3/WMA/ASF, plus even the open source nerd supported OGG. It’s available in 1GB, 2GB and 4GB sizes. Even with that extra bulk from the integrated speaker, which we probably wouldn’t need most of… Read More

  • TomTom Finds Palm

    Palm announced today the Palm GPS Navigator Smartphone Edition. The system is powered by the new TomTom NAVIGATOR 6 software that features voice navigation and turn-by-turn directions. Meanwhile, a new SiRFstarIII Bluetooth enabled GPS receiver handles all that meddlesome satellite communication. It is compatible with Treo 650, 700w and 700p devices. I’ve always wondered why GPS… Read More

  • Eyespot partners with, Veoh to provide online video editing

    Three online video startups announced a partnership this morning that will allow users to edit their videos on Eyespot and publish with a single click to and Veoh. This sounds like a smart move for all involved as editing and remixing ups the ante on features for video sharing. Partnering with another startup already providing the service may make more sense that building it into… Read More

  • Sirius Stiletto 100 Comes Unshod

    Sirius has produced its first fully-portable satellite radio receiver, and it is a gem. The Sirius Stiletto 100 hosts a bigger screen and an easy-to-use click wheel, putting the device in league with the more premium players. The pocket sized the player allows users to store up to 100 hours of music (MP3/WMAs), stream audio via WiFi connectivity and, you know, listen to Sirius content.. Read More

  • Moto W220 Gets FCC Nod

    Motorola’s latest clamshell the W220 has gotten FCC approval. The phone is intended as a base level device, so its features are somewhat lacking. Nevertheless, it will sport an FM receiver and a wap 2.0 browser. Perhaps I’m just falling for a gimmick, but I find something aesthetically pleasing about its modest exterior. I wonder if its retro-esque design will, like the RAZR, help… Read More

  • partners with MindTouch, says $3m domain is a deal

    Entrepreneur John Gotts has agreed to pay almost $3 million to purchase the domain With skeptics saying that he’ll back out of the deal through a contract clause or that the purchase is a huge sign of a bubble, Gotts announced today that he has teamed with San Diego based wiki provider MindTouch to make a serious wiki play with the domain name at the center of their strategy. Read More

  • Shuttle Launches X100

    Shuttle XPC Systems has announced the X100, the latest addition to its small form factor tower lineup. Like the rest of Shuttle’s rigs, the X100 delivers respectable performance out of an impressively small box. The X100 features an Intel Core Duo processor in 1.6Ghz, 1.83Ghz or 2.0Ghz flavors. The machine also carries up to 2GB of DDR2 533 memory and a 250GB 7200RPM SATA hard drive. On… Read More

  • Belkin's Fancy Surge Protectors Hide Your Cable Shame

    Gizmodo has a first look at Belkin’s upcoming special surge protectors that mount on your desk, conceal cables, or just flip open and shut for better organization. The first one is the Clamp-On Surge Protector (above image) which mounts on the back or side of your desk. Since the unit is off the ground, all the cables from your desk only need to go to the back and into the strip… Read More

  • Razer Pro|Type iPod/Zune Dockable Keyboards

    This Razer keyboard gets the honor of being the first announced Zune-compatible keyboard. Not just supporting the Apple iPod, this Pro|Type has Media Center keys, programmable keys, 32KB of onboard memory, two USB ports, and a line-out for audio peripherals. It even has gold-plated USB connectors, something Monster Cables have used for years to justify their jacked-up prices. The keyboard… Read More

  • Gear4 SonicBoom PSP Speakers

    If iPods can get tens of speaker sets, why can’t the PSP? Gear4 agrees, and gives us the SonicBoom. The name is a bit of wishful thinking, but it will improve sound quality beyond the dinky little things built into your PlayStation Portable. The device has a 1/8-inch stereo jack for plugging into your PSP, but if you want to stick any old MP3 player in there, the SonicBoom… Read More

  • Logitech Noise Canceling Headphones Video Review

    Susi from Shiny Shiny does a video review of the Logitech Noise Canceling Headphones. Watch as Susi (left) smacks down her co-reviewer (the blonde) when she tries to get smart. We all know whose review this is…b#@&h. One Minute Video Review: Logitech Noise Cancelling Headphones [Tech Digest] Read More

  • Griffin PowerBlock Travel Charges Your iPod/USB Devices Worldwide

    Ever go to Australia and find out your iPod charger doesn’t work in their power outlets? Well, of course, everyone has! But with the Griffin PowerBlock Travel, you can take your iPod or USB-based device to “Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan to name a few!” All at the low price of $34.99. Sure beats having to buy one separate iPod charger for… Read More

  • OS X Leopard Developer Beta Screenshot Tour

    One of the developers that attended WWDC takes us on a screenshot tour of the new Leopard features. Some of the more interesting features are Spaces, which lets you define up to 16 virtual desktops to place your applications on, to-do lists in, and Dashboard service features in Safari. There’s also miscellaneous stuff like iChat getting Mail’s look, more search criteria… Read More

  • The Skype-Hype

    US Robotics just launched two Skype Certified hardware products. US Robotics unveiled the USR9601 USB Internet Phone which features a bright, high-resolution, blue backlit LCD screen that supports Skype caller ID. The Internet Phone also features a phonebook and can be plugged into the PC via USB. US Robotics also released the USR9602 USB Internet Mini Phone which is a lower-end model of… Read More

  • Xbox 360 Roadmap Sneak Peek

    HardOCP got a peek at the upcoming Xbox 360 features heading our way in the near future. Among them, the $200-ish HD DVD drive, support for 1080p resolutions, and a Media Center overhaul for Xbox 360. The $200 HD DVD drive is a welcome attachment for Xbox 360 owners, and 1080p resolution support will help make the Xbox 360 a true player for High Definition content. Games probably won’t… Read More

  • unveils new beta version

    Google’s, one of the trailblazers of the whole medium, is about to undergo a substantial upgrade that will improve its usability and help it catch up to the state of the art. You can preview the beta version at, but in my experience the beta system isn’t stable enough to use yet. You can check it out now though. Blogger users will be notified when… Read More

  • Blackberry 8100: Le Pearl

    If you’re wondering what the next BlackBerry available on T-Mobile will look like, then wonder no more. It’s called the BlackBerry Pearl (8100), and it looks mighty thin in comparison to other BlackBerry and QWERTY phones. Powerful enough to qualify as a BlackBerry, but designed for people who don’t wear clown-sized pants. New BlackBerry Pearl Shots! [Blackberry Cool] Read More

  • Logitech QuickCall USB Speakerphone

    In case just using your computer’s speakers and a webcam as a speakerphone wasn’t “high tech” enough for you, Logitech has their new QuickCall USB Speakerphone to allow you to make calls on any VoIP network. There’s a dual-microphone system on the speakerphone that somehow works to cancel out noise and give you better sounding audio. Problem is, your mother in Ohio… Read More

  • LG KG810 Chocolate Flip Phone

    The LG KG800 Chocolate Phone was grandly launched to a collective “meh” from tech reviewers and bloggers everywhere. Sure it looked nice, but some bugs and other quirks kept it from being spectacular. Well, hopefully the KG810 flip-phone version will fix some of those problems. On the inside, it’s almost exactly the same. They both have a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth… Read More

  • Sharpcast aims to synch all your data

    Oliver at MobileCrunch has a long post today about Sharpcast, currently a photo tool that synches data effortlessly across desktop, web and mobile interfaces. Each time you log in to any device your data is synched automatically across all of them and the mobile user interface looks exactly like the desktop interface. Sharpcast’s synchronization technology, the company says though, is… Read More