Archive for August, 2014
 
 
 
Cell Phones
 

NEC Dulls Motorla’s Razr

The cell phone wars go on, and it continues to be "thin is in". NEC claims to have produced a phone that rivals Motorola's Razr in size. The new NEC phone is apparently .49" in depth and weighs just under 4oz. The phones sports...
 
Gaming
 

Backlit Game Boy Advanced SP

Without any official announcement, apparently Nintendo has shipped new backlit Game Boy Advanced SPs to some retail stores. Previous Game Boy Advanced SPs were front lit. The new backlit model, AGS-101, is available in Graphite...

 
Household
 

Apprentice winner unveils beauty gadget

The winner of U.K.'s BBC2's "The Apprentice" show, Tim Campbell, released the Integra Face Care System. As the winner of The Apprentice in the U.K., Campbell was given a job with Sir Alan Sugar's firm, Amstrad. Since winning th...
 
MP3
 

Zzzzzz – Dell Launches New MP3 Player

I think the subject lines explains it all. Yes, I am bored with the release of yet another MP3 player. I need innovation, a cool design, and/or a sick ass battery life to keep me excited about MP3 devices. Don't get me wrong th...

 
Business
 

Jobs Stands Strong Against Music Biz

Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple computers, is standing strong against the music industry's demand to increase pricing. Jobs is concerned that a price increase will create a backlash and many people will return to pirating music in...
 
Cell Phones
 

Nokia’s 4GB N91 Music Phone – Delayed

Nokia has delayed the launch of the N91 music phone until Q1 2006. Nokia has reportedly delayed the launch to ensure full compatability with all intended systems, and offer a true competitor to Motorola’s ROKR phone. The phone ...

 
Storage
 

U3 Announces Smart USB Drives

U3 unveiled the industry's first USB smart drives from big name manufacturers like Kingston, Memorex, SanDisk, and Verbatim. But what is a USB smart drive you ask? Well it may change your notion of portability. It may be the de...
 
Google
 

Google to offer WiFi access

Google has a few references throughout their site to a new service -- WiFi! Google recently set up the subdomain wifi.google.com and users have already found a FAQ for this beta service at http://wifi.google.com/faq.html. What ...

 
Cell Phones
 

Nokia Launches 6630 Music Edition

Nokia launched the 6630 Music Edition this week. Nokia, one of the largest producers of cell phones, has created a package that may just rival the ROKR, but seems to be more of a case of "grasping at straws". What do I mean by ...
 
Gaming
 

Turn Your PSP into a Translator

Sony showed off a new accessory for its PSP at the Tokyo Game Show that may make ordering food and getting around a foreign country all the easier. The new accessory is called the Talk Man, and you guessed it, its a microphone ...

 
Computers
 

Dell Laptop Packaged with Chip for High Speed Internet

Dell's new laptop will give you high speed surfing any where you go. It will incorporate a chip that will provide access to the high speed wireless EV-DO network (service fee required). Current EV-DO customers must purchase a s...
 
Wacky
 

Onstar to Provide Car Diagnostics Via Email

GM announced that its OnStar service will begin to offer a 'car diagnostic' service via email. The email will include details on the status of your engine, transmission, airbags, brakes and other components. But, according to t...