Daily Archives: September 8, 2005

Apple iPod Dock Cup Holder

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Apple won a patent today for an iPod Dock that fits into your cup holder. Not too many other details are currently available, but apparently 9 sketches of the device will be available on the U.S Patent’s office website: www.uspto.gov...

Newscorp Further Extends Online Reach for $650 Million

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Newscorp further extended its online presence by gobbling up gaming centric, IGN. IGN, originally started as a game enthusiast site, spread its wings further as the years went on delving into gadgets, car reviews, and more. IGN’s target demographic, 18 – 35 males, is certainly one of the most sought...

Sony Adds New 10 Megapixel Camera

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Come November Sony will add the Cyber-shot DSC-R1 10.3 MegaPixel digital camera to its line up. Apparently the camera uses a CMOS chip instead of a CCD, which supposedly offers a higher quality pic. The camera also features a 24mm – 120mm Carl Zeiss lens, a fold out 2″ LCD...

Samsung Player to Support both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD

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Although Samsung officially backs the new Blu-Ray DVD format, they are producing a player that will support both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray. Production of the dual format player will only occur if the industry can’t decided on one format. Blu-Ray is backed by: Sony, Panasonic, Philips, and others. While HD-DVD is...

Honda launches motorcycle airbag

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Honda Motor announced its first motorcycle featuring an airbag on Thursday. The airbag will be standard on the new Gold Wing motorcycle, which is scheduled for release in the late spring of 2006. Current Gold Wing motorcycles start at $18,600. The airbag is between the handlebars and will inflate if...

Sony Announces New Walkmans

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“Bring it on!”, I do believe would be an accurate representation of what Apple would say to Sony. That is if Sony can get into Apple’s MP3 weight division (oh, I so want to use the cliche business term ‘500 pound gorilla’), but at least they are trying. Its no...