Asus Eee Box Details

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The Asus Desktop Eee PC has been a long time coming (a few months at least!) and Asus has finally given some actual info on the computer. The name of it is now the Asus Eee Box, the computer will be available worldwide in July with both Linux and Windows XP versions. The cheapest model […]

Sony Ericsson Promo Video Confirms Info on Paris Handset

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This latest Sony Ericsson Paris Promo video confirms some information about the upcoming phone. It will have some kind of weather widget, it will have Google Maps, and it will also (presumably) have a 5 megapixel camera. The phone looks darn good, can’t wait to get full specs and information on the device.

Mac OS X 10.5.3 Allows iPhone Users to Sync Contacts With Google

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With the release of Mac OS X 10.5.3 iPhone users (and anyone else) can now sync their Address Book contacts with Google Contacts. Within the Address Book Preferences, under General, you now have the option to Synchronize with Google. Just check the box, it will ask you for your Google account and password and from […]

Dell Mini Inspiron, Dell’s First Ultraportable

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Brian Lam of Gizmodo ran into Michael Dell at All Things D and saw a pretty interesting little laptop that Dell is developing. The notebook is Dell’s first ultraportable and is developed with low cost and developing countries in mind. The notebook came from Dell’s IdeaStorm (where customers can go and give Dell ideas for […]

Amazon to Begin Video On Demand Streaming Service

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Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com has announced at the All Things D conference that within the next couple of weeks, Amazon will be launching a streaming movie service that users will pay for. “We are working on a new version of video on demand, a for-pay streaming service we will release in the next couple of […]

Blu-ray Players Outsell DVD Players in Japan Last Month

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Although many people believe that Blu-ray is too little too late (I don’t agree with them) Blu-ray players actually outsold DVD players in Japan last month. I’m not sure what this means to us Americans, Japan usually seems to be ahead in these types of situations and it may take us a little longer to […]

Xperia X1 Specs Detailed in White Paper

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Sony Ericsson’s white papers have detailed quite a bit about the Xperia X1 and this latest one offers details on the specs of the handset. The device will ship with 256MB of SDRAM, 512MB of NAND Flash, 10 hours of GSM talk time or 6.5 hours using UMTS. The battery life on this thing sounds […]

3G iPhone Spyshots?

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No. Sorry guys but this doesn’t seem to be the 3G iPhone, the first thing that tipped me off is the fact that the form factor seems to be exactly the same as the current iPhone, which I don’t see Apple doing. The second thing that tipped me off was the fact that there was […]

Amazon Kindle Now Costs $359

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What seems to be everyones favorite eBook reader the Kindle which was originally priced at $399 is now priced at $359. I was pretty happy once they finally got it back in stock after being out of stock for nearly 6 months. I don’t know if they were finally able to get the quantities to […]

Nvidia Coming With Two CPU Lines

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In case you haven’t heard already Nvidia is planning to get into the CPU market and word recently came out saying that they would actually have two lines of CPUs that should be coming out on or shortly after June 3rd. No one at the Inquirer was actually invited to this week’s reviewers day which […]

World’s Smallest Projector from Earth Trek

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Earth Trek recently released the world’s smallest projector, the 90-805R mini projector. The projector features a card slot (SD/T-flash card), built in lithium battery for 1-2 hours of use, built in speaker, MP4 player, and is capable of a 22″ diagonal projection. The actual device itself measures 105x58x25mm and only weighs 160g. This is a […]

Samsung Announces 256GB SSD

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Samsung recently announced a 256GB SSD, the MLC-flash SATA II drive has speeds of 200MBps read and 160MBps sequential write. Samsung claims that this is the largest capacity SSD with a SATA II interface, they are also stating mean time before failures of 1 million hours. Power consumption is down to 0.9 watts in “active […]


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