TechCrunch Tablet Update: Prototype A

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The TechCrunch tablet first appeared about a month ago and seems to actually be moving along. The first prototype has been built. The current design is in an aluminum case that a local sheet metal shop put together for them but the final design will most likely use plastic and be almost twice as thin […]

Just Received My First Desktop Mac, the iMac

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Yesterday I received my first desktop Mac. The iMac is my computer of choice now and I have some initial reactions that actually even surprised me. I have spent some time with the entire Mac lineup at the Apple store but have never spent a long period of time with one (other than my MacBook). […]

Google Announces App Store-Like Marketplace For Android Powered Handsets

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Google has announced that they will be doing an App Store-like marketplace for Android phones. This will allow users of Android phones to download applications directly to their devices, it will also allow developers to program applications for Android devices and sell them directly to users. Developers will be able to make their content available […]

Nvidia Geforce 9400 GT

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Nvidia has just released another low end graphics card, the Geforce 9400 GT shares many of the same optimizations as the rest of the 9 series, the chipset has 16 visual effects cores but is fast enough to double the performance of the Geforce 8400 from just a year ago. The GPU has a 550MHz […]

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6500+ To Be Released

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Sources familiar with AMDs future processor plans said on Wednesday that the chipmaker plans to release dual-core CPUs based on the K10 micro-architecture under the AMD Athlon X2 brand-name. The new processor, the AMD Athlon 64 X2 6500+ will be released in early September. It will run at 2.3GHz with 1MB of L2 cache, 2MB […]

4G iPod Nano and 2G iPod Touch Cases Pictured

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Alibaba has gotten a hold of some cases that seem to be for the 4th generation iPod Nano and the 2nd generation iPod Touch. Although the silicone case for the iPod Touch is a little questionable the iPod Nano one looks really legit. This doesn’t exactly confirm that these iPods will for certain be coming […]

Playstation 3 Model Comparison Table

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Sony has done nothing more than confuse consumers with all of the different Playstation 3 SKUs but Joystiq is here to help. They came up with a little table showing the differences between all of the different PS3 models. The table doesn’t just tell you which models have PS2 backwards compatibility but also lets you […]

Netflix Blaming A Hardware Failure For DVD Shipping Delay

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Netflix is blaming faulty computer hardware for the recent delay in DVD shipments where millions of shipments were affected. “We’ve taken steps to fortify our shipping system with the acquisition of additional equipment and worked with our vendors to verify we’re in good shape elsewhere,” Mike Osier, Netflix’s technology chief, wrote on the company’s website. […]

Acer Aspire One Now Priced at $350 ($330 With Linux)

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The Acer Aspire One that debuted for about $500 is now being sold on for $350 with Windows XP or $330 if you want it with Linux instead. The Aspire One has a 8.9″ 1024×600 display, 802.11b/g, 3 USB ports, and an Intel Atom processor. With this price drop I think netbooks are actually […]

The iPod Event Will NOT Be Happening On September 9th

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No I don’t have any inside information and no I’m not just going on a hunch here. The iPod event cannot be held on September 9th because the “free iPod with the purchase of a Mac” deal for college students is still available until September 15th meaning that if Apple changes the iPod lineup 6 […]

“Update All” Option Removed In iPhone Firmware 2.0.2

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Something that most everyone missed in iPhone firmware 2.0.2 is that the ability to update all of your applications from the iPhone App Store is no longer available. The ability to update all is still there in iTunes on your computer but if you have multiple applications that need to be updated on your iPhone […]

Photos of the Upcoming Radeon HD 4670

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Not a whole lot to say about it, but it is definitely something to drool over while you wait to spend some cash on it. The Radeon HD 4670 is clocked at 750MHz core and 2GHz GDDR3 memory. The card will be able to get a P35xx under 3DMark Vantage, compare that to P32xx for […]

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