Archive for Sep 29, 2008

Tivo Experience outside the box, TIVO’s recording app for Windows users

Tivo Experience outside the box, TIVO’s recording app for Windows users

The Godfather of DVR is expanding their DVR technology outside the box. Tivo and Nero have announced a joint venture effort to bring TIVO experience on your personal computer. The recording soft layer application, LiquidTV/TiVo PC will be on sale this October 15th at the price of $99. It’s designed for PC users who already have an existing TV tuner on their computer. The $99 asking price will get you one year subscription to TIVO recording features and program guides, the subsequently renewal will cost you another $99.

Nikon MX rumors: 40.7MP medium-format DSLR in early 2009

Nikon MX rumors: 40.7MP medium-format DSLR in early 2009

It's probably safest to switch your sceptic-levels (and microscope) to high, but this minuscule picture could be Nikon's upcoming MX DSLR.  Believed to be the company's next medium-format camera, its been suggested that the MX will offer 40.7-megapixel shots at 6380 x 6380 resolution.  Nikon have promised a big announcement at the Wedding & Portrait Photographer International (WPPI) expo, held in February 2009, and some are speculating that the MX will be the star attraction.

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Verizon BlackBerry Storm press photos leak

Verizon BlackBerry Storm press photos leak

More images of the upcoming Verizon BlackBerry Storm have leaked, this time press shots courtesy of the handset's Equipment Guide.  Already contentious is the battery panel, which appears to be a different shade; this could be because of the camera flash and the fact that it's likely a metal panel next to a plastic body, or it could be a purposeful choice on RIM's part.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 39 2008

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 39 2008

Netbooks made their typical strong showing this week, with ASUS announcing their intention to put 3G HSUPA into the Eee PC 901.  Meanwhile their N10 was reviewed and deemed the first netbook "suitable for serious gaming", a promising title indeed.  Lenovo's S10 also hit reviewers' benches, making a strong - if at times warm - case for the smallest IdeaPad, while Packard Bell unveiled their 'dot', targeted much more at the budget end of the scale.  They'll have a fight on their hands, though; SlashGear reviewed the Acer Aspire One this week too, and when it comes to value for money it's a tough one to beat.

Arguably the biggest news of the week, however, has been T-Mobile's G1 - the first Android-based handset to be officially announced.  Our sister-site AndroidCommunity.com ran a Live Blog of the whole event (and gave away a G1 to one lucky forum member), and we've got the photo galleries and hands-on video to show for it.

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Canon 5D Mark II’s Raw Video footages from REVERIE, one word: STUNNING!

Canon 5D Mark II’s Raw Video footages from REVERIE, one word: STUNNING!

If you've followed our coverage on Vincent’s 5D Mark II, then you already seen the short film presentation-Reverie. I’ll say he has done an amazing job and the video image quality is excellent came out from a $2,700 Digital SLR. That was a downsized demonstration to a QHD at 960x540, and the pixel-peepers have demanded a full 1080P raw footage after the release. Here they are. Three raw videos straight out of the camera at full resolution of 1080p, "untouched in terms of color correction, exposure correction, noise correction - nothing was done to them whatsoever." Believe us, Canon will sell a ton of 5D Mark II.

[update : Canon has removed the video clips below due to high demands and apparently have exceeded the download capacity]

Our reader "MODERN ART" has kindly provided an alternate download options to the clips (read comment below)

Links to raw video below;

ASUS N10 tested: First netbook ‘suitable for serious gaming’

ASUS N10 tested: First netbook ‘suitable for serious gaming’

ASUS' N10 might be a netbook, but it's certainly no Eee PC - not if your general conception of the Eee range is a basic web-surfing machine that would run out of breath even at the mention of gaming.  Mobile Computer have been putting the N10 through its paces, and one thing is clear: a netbook becomes a very different animal once you add switchable NVIDIA GeForce 9200M graphics, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard-drive and HDMI output.

 

Check out the ASUS N10 gaming demo video after the cut

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Playstation Network Card availability to increase again

Playstation Network Card availability to increase again

Continuing the rollout begun back in August, from October Sony's pre-paid Playstation Network cards will be available in Walmart, Best Buy and select Sam’s Club outlets across the US.  Barnes & Noble will begin selling the cards in November.  Available in $20 and $50 denominations, the PSN Cards can be used to buy items such as games, movies, TV shows and other downloads for the PSP and PS3.

 

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Jet-Pack Man crosses English Channel with self-made 120mph wing

Jet-Pack Man crosses English Channel with self-made 120mph wing

A Swiss pilot has become the first person to cross the English Channel using a jet-packYves Rossy - who goes by the name Fusion Man - leapt from a plane with four kerosene-burning jet turbines mounted on a wing on his back, twisting his head and back to change direction while moving at up to 120mph.  It took thirteen minutes to cross the 22 miles between the UK and France.

Video of the jet-pack attempt after the cut

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