Daily Archives: September 3, 2009

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iPhone 3G & 3GS Finally Getting MMS On September 25th

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Is it too early to say FINALLY?!  Three weeks from tomorrow on Friday the 25th, iPhone 3G and 3GS owners will get the 1st stab at sending picture and video texts to a recipient of their choice. The reason AT&T claims this has taken so long is that they wanted...

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Samsung’s New X Series–Oneupsmanship

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You’ve got to hand it to the folks at Samsung.  Just yesterday, Sony pops up with its X series line of laptops.  Today, it’s Samsung’s turn to exhibit an X series line of laptops. If you were to say that Samsung’s playing a serious round of copycat with their X...

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Kindle 2 Now With…Linux?

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This is a development the folks at Amazon likely weren’t expecting. Seems that some enterprising soul out there, whom you might recognize when I tell you it’s Jesse Vincent, managed to get his recently-released Kindle 2 ebook from Amazon to run Ubuntu 9.04. He apparently did it for no other...

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Sony Playstation 3….D?

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Now THIS could shake some stuff up, no mistake. Okay, so everyone pretty much knows by now that Sony’s dead last in the console wars, right?  The Xbox 360 has games that the PS3 will never see in a million years and the Wii is so singularly outrageous that anything...

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Logitech Bows Squeezebox Touch and Radio

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If you, like me, have expressed some lament (usually involving kicking, screaming, and throwing things) at the general lack of quality and variety in radio broadcasting in your area, (who do I have to bribe to get some jazz around here?) then you may have already discovered an interest in...

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Xbox 360 Games No Longer Need To Be In HD

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My roommate logs a good 12 plus hours a day with his Xbox 360 on a dusty old 32″ Sony Trintron in standard definition.  Scoff!!  I would never do that to myself but there are plenty of fools that do.  Up until now, Microsoft has had the stringent policy of...