Archive for Oct 30, 2008

First Act Stereo Docking Station is for iPod; doubles as an amp

First Act Stereo Docking Station is for iPod; doubles as an amp

I love multi-tasking gadgets. Just like Alton Brown on the Food Network show, Good Eats, I too require that my gizmos and gadgets serve more than one purpose. That's why the First Act DK1000 Stereo Docking Station for iPod is so appealing. It's two things in one!

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Lounge chair hovers over magnets

Lounge chair hovers over magnets

Being on the forefront of new technology is always exciting. And since Stuff Live, the biggest gadget show in Britain, is set to happen this weekend in London, we're always excited to get a sneak peek at what's to come. Like this lounge chair that hovers, for instance. Now this is something I'd like to see

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Western Digital My Passport Studio Drive now with FireWire 800

Western Digital My Passport Studio Drive now with FireWire 800

If you've lamented the speed with which you can back up your data then Western Digital has a solution for you. With their My Passport Studio Drive, you can now use FireWire 800 for faster transfer speeds.

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JBL EON 500 Series portable speakers look slick

JBL EON 500 Series portable speakers look slick

You can always count on JBL to create top-quality and interesting looking speakers. But in case you didn't have enough speaker options already, they've just updated the EON speakers line and let me tell you something: they look awesome!

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Hacker makes EEE PC-based in-car computer

Hacker makes EEE PC-based in-car computer

A hacker named Dali has created something seriously cool. It's a car-puter of sorts that combines the dashboard of a car with an Eee PC 701G. And the results are downright impressive.

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Foxconn might be leaving branded motherboards behind

Foxconn might be leaving branded motherboards behind

A new rumor is floating around about Foxconn that we just had to share. Apparently Foxconn Electronics might be leaving the branded motherboard industry and it's interesting to think about what that could mean.

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Compaq Mini 700 netbook is HP Mini 1000 clone

Compaq Mini 700 netbook is HP Mini 1000 clone

The Compaq Mini 700 has just been revealed and one thing we noticed right away was how eerily similar it looks to the also recently announced HP Mini 1000. And looking at the specs, the similarities don't just stop at their looks.

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G.SKILL announces FM-25S2S 2.5-inch SSD

G.SKILL announces FM-25S2S 2.5-inch SSD

G.SKILL just announced a new solid state drive for those that are looking for a more reliable storage option. The FM-25S2S is small, compact, but knows how to deliver a punch.

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Intel to debut 32nm chip; AMD will reveal 22nm process

Intel to debut 32nm chip; AMD will reveal 22nm process

Intel and AMD are both set to reveal details of their latest technologies at the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, which begins on December 15 in San Francisco. Their major focus will be on new chip technologies, and interestingly enough, their sizes.

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Sharp LCD Panel gets memory

Sharp LCD Panel gets memory

Sharp recently showed off a new LC panel that's outfitted with memory, so that even if it loses its power source, it will still keeps the last displayed content on. The new panel was exhibited at FPD International 2008, and from the looks of it, has made quite a splash.

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Sony gaming patent suggests motion-sensitive Transformer controller

Sony gaming patent suggests motion-sensitive Transformer controller

It looks a little like a tool to remove the head from your favorite miserable robot, but this is actually a diagram from one of Sony's latest game controller patents.  The as-yet unnamed controller takes the accelerometer and LED-based tracking system of the Wiimote and adds ultrasonics to gauge its absolute position relative to your TV (via the PSEye microphone array) and other controllers.

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HTC Touch HD: SlashGear First Impressions & Gallery

HTC Touch HD: SlashGear First Impressions & Gallery

Good things, they say, come to those who wait, and it certainly feels like we've been waiting long enough for the HTC Touch HD.  From the first early leaks, official reveal and through to the disappointment that HTC wouldn't be releasing the smartphone in the US, this 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen has managed to grab attention away from the best Apple, Sony Ericsson and the rest have to offer.  Now, finally, the HTC Touch HD has landed in the UK, and SlashGear have one of the first.

Full gallery and first-impressions of the HTC Touch HD after the cut

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