So you show up to the campsite, family gathering, or other gala and the cooler is filled with ice which puts it at about -4 million degrees Celsius, and you are thirsty, what do you do besides dig until you need an amputation? Instead you reach for the Cooler Scoop.
Which is always good right? Apparently the deal is $6.95 per month for the first 50 channels of your choosing from one provider. From there it goes up to $14.95, but you get to choose up to 100 channels from either provider.
Are you worried that your brand new laptop isn't going to quite live up to your expectations? Perhaps it won't boot fast enough, or some of your favorite programs won't load up fast enough. If you're buying an Asus laptop, just ask for the Intel Turbo Memory option.
According to Asus, the new Intel Turbo Memory option will slash boot times, application load times and giver your new Santa Rosa-based laptops an overall boost in speed.
iPods are great, don't get me wrong, but there's something to be said about how simple it is to have a USB plug built into your MP3 player.
For those of you that either have something against the iPod, or don't need all of the storage capacity of a larger music player, Sony's Walkman line is always a good choice. They've just updated the line with their new B100 Series.
I've always enjoyed taking pictures, however, try as I might, they never turn out looking all that professional. Then you have some people that just turn and snap a picture and it looks like it could make the cover of Times or something. Maybe I just need a better camera.
Panasonic has just launched 3 new cameras that take the guesswork out of photography. The three new models are the DMC-FZ18, FX33 and FX55 which all feature several cool pieces of technology. The first is the Intelligent Auto Mode which selects settings based on the lighting, the Intelligent Scene Selector determines when to use Macro Mode, and the auto-focus starts working even before you put your finger on the button.
Sony debuted three new Elevated Standard receivers today that are geared toward high-def enthusiasts and audiophiles.
The high-end 5300ES supports multi-room setups, which allows you to have audio and video in two different rooms, with different media streaming to each. You'll also get 6 HDMI 1.3 inputs, a 120-watt amp for 7.1 channel Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD Master Audio surround sound.