Archive for Oct 29, 2008

CastGrabber Podcast Downloader requires no PC

CastGrabber Podcast Downloader requires no PC

If you like listening to podcasts while on the go or even while just lounging at home, a new device called the Castgrabber is geared toward making listening to podcasts a super easy experience that requires no PC computer to hook up to.

The Castgrabber Podcast Downloader connects itself to the Internet automatically in order to download your favorite podcasts onto your PMP. A connection to the Internet is all you need. This takes some of the complication out of the process with syncing and all. All you have to do is select what you want to listen to through iTunes or your web browser.

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Free Wi-Fi for iPhone owners: It’s official!

Free Wi-Fi for iPhone owners: It’s official!

With such a rocky on and off start, Wi-Fi is finally officially free for iPhone owners.  The process is relatively easy.  At participating locations such as your local Starbucks, you simply flip on Wi-Fi on your iPhone, then select attwifi network.  Bring up Safari Mobile and you'll be presented with a Get Connected Now screen where you'll be asked to enter your 10-digit mobile number; select T&S, then click the continue button.

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Netflix HD streaming coming to Xbox 360

Netflix HD streaming coming to Xbox 360

No officially words yet on the manufacturer or service provider, but early review has let the cat out of the bag; the long-awaited New Xbox Experience coming this November will not only feature Netflix movie streaming in SD format, but also in HD. Few detail are available for now, but the service will debut at November 19th and the Xbox 360 will be the first hardware to offer HD streaming from Netflix.

Windows 7: GUI, multitouch, Media Center & more

Windows 7: GUI, multitouch, Media Center & more

With Windows 7 officially outed, the screenshots, video and first-impressions have been coming thick and fast.  Whether you're a media junkie, a tableteer or just wondering what your work desktop might look like after the next upgrade cycle, we've been gathering up all the details you need.

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FujiFilm releases FinePix J15FD, entry level 8MP Digicam at 19mm thick

FujiFilm releases FinePix J15FD, entry level 8MP Digicam at 19mm thick

Fujifilm has quietly snuck in a slim type FinePix digital compact onto its global site. The new FinePix J15fd boasts 8.2MP, a Fujinon 3x optical zoom and a 1/2.5-inch CCD sensor to push ISO 1600 light sensitivity as well as VGA movie recording capability. The camera has a thin profile of 19mm, measures at its thinnest part and packs with advance features like Face Detection, Picture Stabilization Mode, Automatic Red-eye reduction, and versatile preset shooting modes for novices and intermediate users.

TIM ASUS Eee PC 1000H GO with integrated HSUPA

TIM ASUS Eee PC 1000H GO with integrated HSUPA

ASUS and Italian carrier TIM have announced a partnership to offer the Eee PC 1000H GO with integrated 3.5G HSUPA.  The netbook will sell alongside the ASUS Eee PC 901 GO, already available from the carrier, and run Windows XP Home on the usual Atom 1.6GHz N270 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard-drive.  Two color options will be available, "pearl white" and "galaxy black", with TIM and Alice Mobile (the carrier's mobile broadband brand) logos.

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Roboppi RC Helicopter with LED lightshow

Roboppi RC Helicopter with LED lightshow

Just because we loved WowWee's Bladestar, doesn't mean we haven't room in our hearts for another RC helicopter.  Today it's the turn of the Roboppi ROBO-P, a tiny rechargeable whirlygig with contra-rotating blades and an LED-illuminated body.

Video of the Roboppi helicopter in action after the cut

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Samsung NC10 reviewed: 7hr battery & great keyboard make it a winner

Samsung NC10 reviewed: 7hr battery & great keyboard make it a winner

Hopes have been high for the Samsung NC10, with preliminary feedback tipping it for top spot in the netbook pile.  After the last round of hands-on feedback we knew it could perform and that the keyboard was exemplary; now, Laptop Mag have delivered both a full review and confirmation that the NC10 may just be the best netbook option around.  Battery life, screen and, of course, keyboard all come in for lashings of praise.

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