Archive for July 23rd, 2014
 
 
 
MP3
 

SanDisk 4GB MP3 Flash Player Just $200

Watch out Apple, because SanDisk has introduced a rival to the iPod Nano. The Sansa m200 offers the same capacity, and get this, at a cheaper price. The 4GB player can be picked up for $200, $50 less then the 4GB iPod. Unfortun...
 
Wacky
 

Microsoft unveils partial XBox 360 lineup

Microsoft announced today a partial video game lineup for the release of its upcoming XBox 360 due out November 22nd. Microsoft expects there to be 15 to 20 games at the time of the systems launch. Included are: Kameo: Elements...

 
Wireless
 

EarthLink wins Philadelphia Wi-Fi contract

The city of Philadelphia has awarded EarthLink the contract to blanket Wi-Fi access across 135 miles of the city. They beat out proposals from companies such as Hewlett-Packard. The contract will include EarthLink funding and b...
 
Autos
 

Controls iPod via Car Tape Deck – Griffin SmartDeck

I, to this day remain the target of ridicule because I sport the following: a Gen 1 iPod (works fine and takes a licking), and I use a cassette deck adapter (you know those things from the 90s) to connect it to my car stereo (y...

 
Wacky
 

AMD Releases $299 Computer

AMD, primarily a computer chip maker, has already begun to market a $299 computer in India and Latin America; regions with vast populations and large rich-poor gaps. This news comes on the heels of MIT announcing plans for $100...
 
Wacky
 

Disposable DVDs – Divx Nightmares Anyone?

Microsoft has developed disposable DVDs – wooopteedo. Don’t worry though; they aren’t being ‘eco’ conscious but green conscious, as in money. To avoid piracy and the ever growing monetary loss, Mircosoft’s ‘disposable DVDs’ wil...

 
Wacky
 

Smart Soccer Ball

FIFA – you know the official soccer people who make all that money of the EA Game licensing deals – will begin testing a soccer ball with a micro chip embedded in it. If the soccer ball passes the goal line then it will send a ...
 
Wacky
 

Intel’s Blu-Ray support contingent on managed disc copy

Intel, who recently announced support for HD-DVD, said they would also support Blu-Ray if Sony and its other backers would commit to a managed disc copy solution. Currently HD-DVD is the only standard of the two with formal pla...