Monthly Archives: October 2008

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Wii Hacked Again, Homebrew Still Alive

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Poor Nintendo. Try as they might, they can't seem to quell the hackers of the underground gaming scene. The big N's latest update seemingly put an end to homebrew applications but it was bypassed rather easily....

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HTC Touch Pro Now Available On Sprint

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If  you’ve been waiting, wait no longer.  The HTC Touch Pro is available at select Sprint retailers starting today, and will go Sprint wide on November 2nd.  Expect to drop $300 after a 2-year contract and $100 mail-in-rebate for the 2.8-inch touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, 3.2MP device....

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HP Quietly Unveils Mini 1000 Netbook

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These past few weeks we’ve seen an unnamed HP 10-inch Netbook with designer Vivienne Tam slapped all over it.  HP didn’t make anything official, but this pretty much clued us into what was to come.  And today they quietly introduced the HP Mini 1000 Netbook, or perhaps mistakenly intro’d the...

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Netflix Streaming Finally Arrives On Macs

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Netflix has finally solved the DRM issues associated with streaming their movies to Mac computers.  In layman terms that means all Intel based Macs can now stream Netflix 12,000+ movies and TV shows.  Sorry, Power PCs aren’t compatible.  In the end, it looks like they employed Microsoft’s Silverlight technology to...

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ToughDrive Camo, A Rugged USB Flash Drive Review

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Flash drives are convenient for transferring data between computers, but too often, most flash drives are too fragile to survive the bumps and bruises of being carried in a pocket or purse. Inevitably, people drop their flash drives on the ground and step on it or leave it in their...

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Qik Shows Up On A Non-Jailbroken iPhone

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Robert Scoble, otherwise known as The Scobleizer, paid a visit to the folks of Qik. If you’re not familiar with Qik they stream video recorded from a phone live to the Web. It’s all software based and currently supports a variety of phones (you can check them out here). They’ve...