Archive for September 16th, 2014
 
 
 
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Sony Puts Spyware on Your Computer

Sony Music is using a technology found in Spyware and viruses to protect the contents of its music disks. The software resides on your computer and gets there with your permission via an end user license agreement. Apparently, ...
 
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Blackberry 8700c Review

Saw this one originally at Engadget. Bruce Meyerson of the associated press has a review of the new Blackberry 8700c. Only released last Tuesday, Bruce has been emailing and calling on the device for the last two weeks. For the...

 
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Nokia N80 UPnP Phone Released

Last but not least, Nokia also released its N80 UPnP phone. Equipped with WLAN and 3G the phone is the world’s first UPnP handset. The UPnP (short for universal plug and play) allows control for wirelessly exchanging content be...
 
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Nokia N92 DVB-H Released

Nokia unveiled its N92 TV phone at today’s Nokia Mobility Conference 2005 (looks kind of like Samsung’s most recent device). According to Nokia, the N92 is “the world's first mobile device with a built-in DVB-H receiver?. DVB-H...

 
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Nokia N71 Release

Nokia in a cell phone release barrage/party (whatever you wanna call it) unveiled its N71, the latest phone to enter the family of XpressMusic phones. The phone supports FM radio, digital video and music and sports Nokia’s Web ...
 
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Honda FCX: Full-Cell car test drive

Honda is officially test driving the world's first hydrogen fuel cell powered car. How are they testing the Honda FCX? Well they're leasing it to Jon Spallino, an average guy, for $500. Considering the only existing Honda FCX i...

 
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Watch TV, DVDs, and PVR from your PSP

Sure we just announced how you can transfer movies and music to your PSP via PSP Media Manager. But you haven't heard nothing yet. Sony's LocationFree product, which allows you to view any of your home content including live te...
 
Cell Phones
 

Nokia to bring N-Gage games to smart phones

hen Nokia introduced its portal gaming device / phone, the N-Gage, back in 2002, they planned on selling 6 million devices by 2005. Come 2005, they've sold 2 million. Disappointed? Well Anssi Vanjoki, head of Nokia's Multimedia...