Daily Archives: February 10, 2009

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Simon Says This Alarm Clock Sucks!

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At least that's what Simon Cowell would say. Last week I posted on a sweet grenade alarm clock, but here we have the total opposite. Requiring you to hit the buttons in accordance to the sequence of flashing lights to turn it off, this could be one of...

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Stimulate This! Paid Android Apps Later This Week

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I read this decent article in Wired about GPS apps that will change the world, and I must admit that Android will have some cool stuff. The biggest selling factor for me is that applications can run in the background whereas an iPhone cannot. On an iPhone, using...

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Gadgets At A Glance: Dell Wasabi PZ310 Pocket Printer

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The Dell Wasabi PZ310 pocket printer is exactly that--an extremely tiny mobile printer designed for printing on the go. It's inkless since it's based on Zink's Inkless technology. So how does it work? Color dye crystals are embedded into the special ZINK paper and released when heated by the printer....

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Sirius XM To Go Bankrupt?

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According to reports, Sirius XM has been working with bankruptcy lawyers in preparation for the dreaded Chapter 11. Sirius XM is home to famous radio personalities such as Howard Stern and Opie and Anthony as well as a host of commercial-free, high-quality satellite stations....

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New Microchip Runs 7x Faster Using 30x Less Energy

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Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Rice University jointly developed a microchip, the PCMOS (probabilistic complementary metal-oxide semiconductor), that runs seven times faster while using thirty times less energy compared to today's technology....

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Old Macs See Their Tombstones Engraved

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On March 17th, Apple will no longer acknowledge the existence of many older Macs. Talk about abandonment. As of this date, the following items will be recognized as either "vintage" or "obsolete" by Apple.[...]...

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Lacie Launches DVR: Lacinema Black MAX

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Last week we saw the launch of Lacie’s D2 Blu-ray burner with an 8x write speed.  Keeping things rolling along, Lacie launched the LaCinema Black MAX, which appears to be a direct competitor to Western Digital’s TV HD Media Player.  It’s basically a NAS storage device with a proprietary UI...