Archive for October, 2008

Magellan Maestro 4350 GPS revealed

Magellan Maestro 4350 GPS revealed

It's nice to see something new from Magellan again. That company has been a little quiet lately. But yesterday, they announced their newest in-car GPS device and it's called the Magellan Maestro 4350 series.

These new models include the Maestro 4350 and the Maestro 4370. Both are super portable and feature the OneTouch interface, offering up fast and easy selection of favorited destinations. This makes it much easier to select frequently traveled destinations while on the go, without having to stop and go through a complex set of menus.

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HTC Touch HD: Video Demo and Q&A

HTC Touch HD: Video Demo and Q&A

We're still getting to grips with the HTC Touch HD smartphone, putting it through its paces before the definitive SlashGear review, but we thought we'd share some demo video and answer a few of the questions you've been putting to us.  This is obviously a highly-anticipated device, and we can tell you now that, while in some areas it excels, there are still some frustrating omissions.  Check out the full demo video after the cut, together with the Q&A.

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Softbank Sharp Aquos Fulltouch 931SH is impressive

Softbank Sharp Aquos Fulltouch 931SH is impressive

This cell phone is definitely worth talking about. The Softbank Sharp Aquos Fulltouch 931SH phone features a crystal clear screen, quality specs and a generally stylish appeal that many would flock to.

The screen is the biggest draw here, no question. Sporting a 1024 x 480 resolution, this 3.8-inch display is actually a touchscreen. Funnily enough, the resolution is similar to that which is provided on notebooks, not cell phones, so this is really a cut above.

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EA Games laying off 6% of employees

EA Games laying off 6% of employees

The poor economy is showing itself all over the place these days and it seems even the gaming industry is affected. EA Games is set to lay off about 600 employees to save money, cut costs and reduce their losses.

After experiencing losses of $310 million, which is up 63% from last year, EA has decided to lay off 6% of their employees in what they're calling a "global reduction." The main purpose of the lay-off is to incur a savings of $50 million. Hiring will also reduce drastically and open positions will be closed.

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