Archive for August, 2008

Use your treadmill to play WOW

Use your treadmill to play WOW

If you play a lot of World of Warcraft on your PC then chances are you’re not doing a lot of physical activity in the process. A few industrious WOW players created a way to hook up treadmills to the game so they could simulate the running done by their avatars in WOW.

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HTC Unveils the HTC S740 in Europe

HTC Unveils the HTC S740 in Europe

The S740 smartphone is a distant cousin of the HTC Diamond, featuring a similar sleek front and faceted back along with a similar feature set.  Unlike the Diamond, the S740 does not sport a touchscreen and powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard.

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Pure Evoke Flow puts Internet radio stations in your pocket

Pure Evoke Flow puts Internet radio stations in your pocket

PURE has just announced that they'll be releasing an Internet radio device that makes listening to your favorite stations a breeze. And get this: you don't have to be near a computer to enjoy them.

The Pure Evoke Flow radio will be released in the UK next month. The radio works by connecting wirelessly to a website that was just created specifically for the device called Pure Lounge. Once connected, you can stream a variety of stations. FM stations are also available for streaming on either traditional FM or digital audio broadcasts. This is not available in all areas, however.

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Canon EOS 50D officially announced

Canon EOS 50D officially announced

What started with many a rumor, the announcement of the Canon EOS 50D is now official. This camera will act as a follow up to the 40D and though it possesses the same body structure as its predecessor, the 50D is elevating to 15 megapixels.
 

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Secret Diary software for securing your thoughts

Secret Diary software for securing your thoughts

If you want to keep a traditional journal--you know, not a blog?--but have apprehensions about keeping your personal thoughts in an insecure book, Secret Diary might be the right software choice for you. With an all digital diary, your secrets are safe yet easily accessible to you for the future.
 

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BlueAnt V1 Voice Control Bluetooth Headset Review

BlueAnt V1 Voice Control Bluetooth Headset Review

Talk Bluetooth headsets and the two key names in the business are BlueAnt and Aliph.  The two companies take it in turns to hold the top-spot, each trying to outdo the other with noise reduction, added features and general audio quality.  For the past few months, Aliph have arguably ruled the roost with their Jawbone 2; now BlueAnt are back with the V1, flaunting a new level of user-independent voice control.  Has the headset market flip-flopped back to the Australian company?  We've been testing out the BlueAnt V1 for the past few weeks to find out.

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