Daily Archives: September 17, 2008

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New York Driver Licenses Go RFID

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RFID still isn’t a sound technology, at least from security standpoint, so I’m surprised to see New York state adopting the technology.  Fortunately, the NY RFID licenses only contain an encrypted identification number, or so they say, that is apparently intended to expedite border crossing to Canada.  The RFID licences...

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Harman Kardon GLA-55 Speakers Look Glacier Tasty

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The GLA-55s most certainly strike a ‘note’ visually, and let’s just hope they sound crystal clear. Ok, that’s enough puns for one day.  The GLA-55s are self powered, 56 watts each, achieve a 60Hz – 20kHz range and include a touch sensitive volume control and subwoofer out. [Gizmag]...

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Zune 3.0 Update Allows Free McDonald’s Wi-Fi Access

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Great news for all you Zune users: free wi-fi access at all participating McDonald’s locations. Just think, now you can download music AND smear your shiny little Zune with your grubby, grease-laden fingers. Top it off with a king sized milkshake and you’re set for life. The update allows Zune...

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Kodak Intros OLED Photo Frame

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Kodak unveiled its first, and perhaps the world’s first OLED photo frame today. Measuring 7.6-inches from corner-to-corner, the display achieves an 800×400 resolution and automatically optimizes photos thanks to Kodak’s Perfect Touch technology.  Built-in WiFi should allow for an endless stream of photos and more, or you can upload to...