Archive for Jul 27, 2007

Guess how much Borat pays for DSL? Somewhere around $3,355 per month

I'm pretty content with what I pay for my internet service, however, I know some people think that they're just getting charged too much. We have the belief that most of the rest of the world has faster, cheaper internet than we get here in the US. While this is true in many of the Asian countries, some people are just getting raped when it comes to internet service. Take Borat for example.

EA admits it screwed up by not focusing on the Wii

Sometimes it's good to root for the underdog. While Nintendo's Wii was criticized early on for not being nearly as powerful as the Xbox 360 or PS3. However, it's unique gameplay design has made it one of the best selling consoles on the market right now. Unfortunately, as EA has recently noted, they should have payed more attention to the little guy.

Score Hero spends some quality time with Guitar Hero III

I'm a very impatient person, I hate waiting for a new game to come out. Guitar Hero 80s was alright, but I've already beaten it, with only a couple of songs left to 5-star. I'm ready for the next full game to come out, Guitar Hero III.

The guys over at Score Hero were invited to a special sneak peek at Guitar Hero III on the Xbox 360. We can look forward to a couple of new characters, Midoi and Slash, as well as 8 new venues where we can rock out. They also were able to score a few new tracks that have not yet been revealed.

GX600 is the new gaming notebook from MSI

It seems to be increasingly popular to create notebooks that cater to the gaming crowd. This is certainly not a bad thing, as it is much easier to tote around a hefty notebook than it is to lug around your gaming rig. MSI has just announced their new gaming laptop.

iMac new aluminum keyboard to be super-thin

iMac new aluminum keyboard to be super-thin

The rumors of new iMac and its cool sleek keyboard just won’t die. Today Engadget received some pictures of the rumored aluminum bread thin slice keyboard from a tipster. Many Apple sites are reporting that the new iMac will be announce in August and speculation on how it looks has been buzzing recently.

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Denon ASD-3N and ASD-3W iPod network Docks

Denon ASD-3N and ASD-3W iPod network Docks

Denon launches two network enabled iPod docks. The ASD-3N is an Ethernet based dock and the ASD-3W features 802.11g. The docks can connect to any receiver, stereo system, or TV to stream audio and video from the user's network.

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The Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium

If you're looking for a better way to stare at the night sky, this Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium is just the way to do it. It not only allows you to get a closer look at things but by the click of a button it tells you what you're looking at as well.

Sony VAIO TP1 Living Room PC is released – Still looks like a roll of toilet paper

Remember back in February when we showed you Sony's aptly-named TP1 Living Room PC? Well Sony has finally gotten around to releasing it, and they really didn't make a big deal about it.

Google teams up with Sprint for WiMAX network

Google has had its eye on the mobile phone industry for some time now. However, aside from putting their search engine and Gmail on phones. Now they have shown interest in WiMAX technologies.

We already know that Sprint has teamed up with Clearwire to create the largest 4G WiMAX network in the US. Now they have signed a deal with Google to “optimize the internet experience for the digital lifestyle.”

The IcyBag keeps cosmetics cool on your summer outings

Any girl who enjoys having their secret stash of makeup in the car has opened their bag when its 90 degrees and found their favorite lipstick melted beyond repair. This IcyBag is just the thing to prevent having to go on a shopping spree to buy all new supplies.

The Microsoft blue screen of death tattoo

I don't really understand the need to tattoo your latest techie fascination on your body permanently but apparently this guy thinks its quite neccesary.

PhotoVu PV1965w is $1200 19-inch Widescreen Digital Picture Frame

That’s right, $1200 for a 19” picture frame. I just thought I would repeat it so it would sink in that, should you choose to buy one, you will be spending more on a picture frame than you could on an entire PC with a larger monitor.

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