Archive for June, 2008

Digitalcube i-station U7 GPS is wise to the art of ECO driving

Digitalcube i-station U7 GPS is wise to the art of ECO driving

Given today's gas prices (and the likelihood that tomorrow's gas prices won't be any happier), many drivers are considering replacing their cars with more economical models.  Of course, there are other ways to save gas, perhaps the simplest being to change your driving style.  A leaden right foot will see you burning money as well as rubber.  Digitalcube have just announced their latest GPS device, the i-station U7, which aims to instruct you in the finer arts of frugal driving while taking you the shortest route to your destination.

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MSI Wind hits FCC, delayed until July, disappears from online store

MSI Wind hits FCC, delayed until July, disappears from online store

Good news and bad in MSI Wind world.  After the recent delay, with MSI blaming battery shortages and claiming the budget ultraportable would ship today, the notebook has made it to the FCC for the usual round of photos and prodding.  Unfortunately the company has missed another shipping date; pre-orders were meant to hit customers today, the 27th, but instead there's an apologetic email waiting in their inbox.

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VIA Pico-ITX EPIA P700 motherboard for low-profile installs

VIA Pico-ITX EPIA P700 motherboard for low-profile installs

VIA have done a little extra shaving and come up with their latest Pico-ITX motherboard, the EPIA P700.  By replacing the traditional ports with in-line I/O header pins, there's been enough room for VIA to include an integrated power adaptor, while still keeping the whole thing down to just 10cm x 7.2cm.  Accessory boards add normal ports, or you can simply wire up whichever connections you need.

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Hands on with the Toshiba Satellite Pro U400

Hands on with the Toshiba Satellite Pro U400

This past week we've been able to take a closer look and get a hands-on with the Toshiba Satellite Pro U400.  Having already shown you the unboxing, it was time to see just how usable the U400 was in practice. We had high hopes for portability, and we weren't disappointed; this small laptop hasn't been hard to carry around, weighing only 4.6lbs.

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The Gelule Clock Radio concept design

The Gelule Clock Radio concept design

This cute little concept design is definitely not for those that have slanted floors. It'd end up rolling off the nightstand onto the floor the second it got to ringing. Then again that might help you rush out of bed to go find it, so I suppose it depends on your perspective.

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Blizzard Authenticator keeps your WoW account secure

Blizzard Authenticator keeps your WoW account secure

Anyone who frequents the world of Azeroth is likely familiar with the danger of your account being hacked. Those that would do harm against your account have a variety of methods, most of which cannot be completely defended against. Common sense about passwords and not downloading unfamiliar add-ons helps a lot, however, if you're still worried about your account being accessed by someone else, then you might want to get your hands on the Blizzard Authenticator.

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