This is definitely a product pretty high up on the freaky list. However, there are some who would disagree with me on that one. Well who wouldn’t want to buy a sex toy for their puppy dog? After all, all of your old stuffed animals and any other inanimate object are worn out from all of the recent humping activity from your little Chihuahua.
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The Vista launch hasn't exactly been the greatest. Yes, many people have upgraded (myself included), but there are still many people that don't want to make the switch (again, I'm guilty). It seems that so many people want to stick with XP that Dell has begun to offer Windows XP as on option again on several of their systems
What happened to the Sony Reader? For a while you couldn't move online without metaphorically tripping over someone squealing about it, or criticising it, or modifying it in some way, and now it seems like an age since hearing e-ink mentioned. Well, next to take a ride on the hype donkey is Amazon with their "Kindle" eBook, which has been capturing hearts and generally strutting around like it owns the place at the London Book Fair.
With the announcement that Sony is dropping the 20GB PS3 from their lineup, that ensured that you would need to fork over $600 to get even the lowest model. Many people think that's more than they want to pay for the gaming console. Now it seems that Sony may be considering a price cut.
Zune phone? I thought Microsoft was going to stay away from that? Oh Bill, you think you're so sneaky, but we're on to you. A new patent has appeared under Microsoft's name that makes us believe they've been planing a Zune Phone for some time now.