When I think of an all-in-one computer, my mind immediately goes to the iMac. I honestly have never seen another company pull off the all-in-one quite as well as Apple does. If you're not a big fan of running OSX, you might just want to check out Sony's new AIO system that might just give the iMac a run for its money.
If you're looking for something else to excite you about Guitar Hero III, the guys over at Xbox360Achievements have managed to discover the upcoming achievements for your favorite Axe grinding series.
Biometric scanners have slowly creeped their way into many new tech products like USB flash drives and laptops. It's not all that surprising to hear that someone has created a device that will protect your car with a fingerprint reader.
Still haven't figured out who's going to win the battle to be the official standard for HD discs? Don't worry, no one really knows. If you don't want to make a decision but still have the ability to watch your favorite movies in HD, check out this new drive from Buffalo.
When you hear the brand “Polaroid” the first thing come into mind is cameras, film, and other photography products. Well, apparently Polaroid is going into a consumer electronic market with its new PMP.
The new player will support movies, music playback, and pictures with format support such as MPEG4, MP3, and JPEG. It will come with built-in 512MB storage with expandable storage up to 4GB using MicroSD.
Acer has agreed to acquire the computer maker Gateway and to pay around $710 million in cash for the acquisition. Both Gateway's and Acer's board of directors have approved the acquisition and the transaction is expected to be closed by December 2007.
Nokia announces two new Bluetooth headsets today. The BH-902 and BH-903 both sports attractive OLED display. Nokia BH-903 compatible with Bluetooth device that uses A2DP, AVRCP, PBAP, HFP and HSP profiles, and can be use as a remote control for your digital music devices or phone that supports Bluetooth.
At this moment the Apollo IM only supports AIM chat protocols with limited features. You can see your buddy list, send, and receive messages. Not much options available yet at this moment such as notifications.
It's still summer here in the US, so we're not exactly thinking of ways to keep warm. However, if you're one that likes to think ahead, this new carpet will certainly keep your toes warm.