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AudioEngine Releases Their A2 Audio Speakers – At Just $199 You Get Bullet Proof and More!

So back in Feb 2006 we featured AudioEngines A5s. These things are were kick ass and super notable due to the top loading headphone and USB jack, and rear AC plug for Airport Express or whatever you wanna plug in. To get themse...
 
Computers
 

2p Slim Mouse Review

I recently got my mitts on the 2P Slim Mouse. Clearly its designed for the road warrior as its footprint is slighty larger then a credit card and just 3-4 credit cards thick. Unfortunately, its slender physique makes too many s...

 
Business
 

Acer Snaps up Gateway

A cool $710 million later and you too can own the 3rd largest PC maker in the US. Acer is simply looking to increase it's footprint here in the US and also prevent Lenovo from making yet another acquisition. What's shocking is ...
 
Gaming
 

Xbox 360 Thumbpad Available Sept 4, 2007

This bad boy will seamlessly fit onto your Xbox 360 controller, includes the wired headset and cost you $30 before tax and shipping. I am guessing that it will throw off your game since you won't be able to wrap your fingers ar...

 
Computers
 

MoGo Bluetooth Mouse Review

Digitalreviews got their mitts on a MoGo Bluetooth Mouse by Newton Peripherals. We featured this product some time ago, but at the time I don’t think it was available for review. DR walked away pretty pleased with the slender d...
 
Computers
 

Fujitsu Begins Offering Solid State (Flash Memory) Laptops

Fujistu began ‘offering’ its first set of ‘solid state drive’, or as I have awkwardly called them Flash Memory (hard drive) Based notebooks, today. The drives are set to appear in the touchscreen Lifebook P1610 and B6210. There...

 
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Casino Royale Spy Kit by Sony

I guess with Sony Electronics struggling like never before why not make a movie (Casino Royale) and drape every scene with Sony products.  Why not take it a notch further and offer "007 Spy Kits" at Sony Style.  Currently there...
 
Computers
 

USB HSDPA Pivot Modem

The HSDPA modem is brought to you by the folks over at Korean company Login.  Sporting an interesting form factor - looks like the red puck thingee slides down to reveal single strength, and we're assuming it turns it on - this...

 
Business
 

Intel Cuts 10k+ Jobs to Make Money

Intel plans to cut 10,500 jobs in order to save $3 billion by 2008. The job cuts, which are purportedly a result of market share loss to rival AMD, make up some 10% of Intel's workforce. Rumor has it that the 10k mark is on the...
 
Business
 

Dell Recalls 4.1 Million Sony Manufactured Laptop Batteries

In case you didn't see the pics floating around the net, yes, Dell Laptop batteries have had a propensity to overheat and explode. The lithium-ion batteries were sold in laptops from April 1, 2004 to July 18, 2006. The followin...

 
Computers
 

Confirmed: Dell to go AMD this October

When I think Dell, I think Intel. Apparently, this will all change in the very near future. According to The Register, Dell "has confirmed it intends to launch AMD-based notebooks" as early as this October and are due to make a...
 
Computers
 

Parvus Launches WL 1000 Wrist Computer

Parvus has finally launched their wrist wearable computer. The Linux or Windows CE based machine - depending on user preference we assume - will operate over GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi. The WL 1000 also sports a 3.5" QVGA touch sc...