Archive for April, 2007

HTC Herald gets go-ahead nod from FCC

HTC Herald gets go-ahead nod from FCC

Kevin over at jkontherun is beside himself with endearing, childish glee over the FCC approval for HTC's Herald, seemingly to be hitting T-Mobile shelves near you in the not too distant future.  It looks like an incremental rather than groundbreaking update over existing models; 2-megapixel camera instead of 1.3, slimmer chassis, improved keyboard... but still no HSDPA.

 

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Dell begins offering SSD drives on select notebooks

Dell begins offering SSD drives on select notebooks

Looks like Dell is ready to jump on board with the whole SSD trend, and not without good reason. They have announced that they will be adding a 32GB SSD drive as an option to two of their laptops.

The first is their ultramobile Latitude D420 and the other is the semi-rugged D620 ATG. These are the perfect laptops to put SSD drives in. We all know that the drives are lighter and more resilient than regular platter-based hard drives. So it would only make sense to put them in light and rugged notebooks.

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Slashgear makes top 100 blogs list

Slashgear makes top 100 blogs list

As it turns out, there are people that do in fact read Slashgear. I've sometimes wondered if I'm just typing up articles for my own enjoyment, and that the people commenting on my posts are really just the voices in my head. It turns out that you are in fact real people, and there are quite a few of you that read us on a regular basis.

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Rock out with your X-plorer on a Mac

Rock out with your X-plorer on a Mac

When the Xbox 360 version of Guitar Hero II made its debut people were excited to find out that they could just hook it up to their PC running Vista or XP and have a fully-functional guitar to use on their PC. This instantly made the game Frets on Fire an even bigger hit than it was.

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