Archive for Aug 29, 2013

Pioneer DDJ-WeGo2 DJ controller aims at DJ noobs

Pioneer DDJ-WeGo2 DJ controller aims at DJ noobs

If you've ever looked into how much the hardware costs to become a DJ, you may be shocked at how expensive DJ gear can get. Some DJs spend thousands of dollars on single components to help mix their own custom tunes. Pioneer has a new DJ controller aimed squarely at the budding DJ with a limited budget called the DDJ-WeGO2 compact DJ controller.

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OWC Data Doubler adds 3 TB of storage to your MacBook

OWC Data Doubler adds 3 TB of storage to your MacBook

One thing that most notebook users have in common no matter the brand of machine they use is the need for more storage space. When your typical Windows-powered notebook runs out of space adding a larger hard drive is relatively straightforward but things can get tricky if you use a MacBook. A company called OWC has announced a new Data Doubler option for MacBook users that adds 3 TB of storage space.

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Samsung speaker-dock printer promised for IFA 2013

Samsung speaker-dock printer promised for IFA 2013

Being able to print out photographs, e-mails, and other documents is something that we take pretty much for granted. This task has been easily accomplished from your computer for decades. However, it can be much more difficult to print out photos and other documents from your smartphone without having to share what you want to print the computer via e-mail or other methods.

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Dell whips out new touchscreen monitors starting at $250

Dell whips out new touchscreen monitors starting at $250

If you're a fan of Windows 8 and you want to take advantage of all the touch features that the operating system has, but you use a desktop computer Dell has some new computer monitors you may be interested in. Dell has announced the launch of three new touchscreen monitors aimed at Windows 8 users looking for gesture support and touchscreen interactivity for their desktop computers.

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Moto X now available on Verizon’s web store

Moto X now available on Verizon’s web store

If you're a Verizon customer and you've been counting the days until you could get your hands on the Moto X, we have some good news for you today. The new Moto X is now available on the Verizon web store. You can purchase the smartphone on or off contract via the website right now.

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Verizon rekindles buyout talks with Vodafone

Verizon rekindles buyout talks with Vodafone

Vodafone currently owns a significant portion of Verizon Communications. Sources who claim to be familiar with negotiations between Verizon and Vodafone are saying that talks have started up again concerning Verizon possibly buying out Vodafone's stake in the company. If these sources are accurate, any buyout would cost Verizon a huge amount of money.

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BLU Dash 5.0, Dash Music 4.0, and Dash Jr. added to line up

BLU Dash 5.0, Dash Music 4.0, and Dash Jr. added to line up

BLU has announced a variety of new smartphones for its lineup: the DASH 5.0, DASH MUSIC 4.0, and the DASH JR., all of which are modest in both hardware and price, as well as unlocked and being shipped in six different colors. As with previous BLU handsets, such as the DASH 4.5 we reported on back in July, these handsets are aimed at users who have decidedly low and mid-range needs.

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Authentise startup protects 3D printer blueprints by streaming data

Authentise startup protects 3D printer blueprints by streaming data

3D printers are gradually working their way into the mainstream, and as they do so concerns regarding intellectual property and the theft of blueprints have increasingly become the substance of conversation. One startup company in California, Authentise, is offering a solution to this issue however, creating software that streams blueprint information directly to the printer.

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