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Dash Express Reviewed

Dash Express Reviewed

If you don’t remember the Dash, it’s the new GPS unit that was co-developed with OpenMoko, and actually utilizes the OpenMoko Platform. It has WiFi and GPRS built in that allow it to do all sorts of cool things including search Yahoo on the fly for points of interest or upload, wirelessly, addresses, POIs, or even geological RSS feed, KML lists, things of that nature.

SlashGear Review – Ultra Products m998 Mid-Tower ATX Case

SlashGear Review – Ultra Products m998 Mid-Tower ATX Case

Last week I received an Ultra Products m998 Mid-Tower ATX Case for review. I love new PC cases, and have never used one from Ultra before, so I was excited to test it out. Before getting into the review, I'd like to mention that I am almost obsessive about my cable management (a couple of years as a networking admin will do that to you). So I generally take my sweet time and try to find creative ways to position the cables neatly out of the way without the use of such semi-permanent tools like zip ties. Enough about me though, on to the review!

Play iBoxer – hawt

Play iBoxer – hawt

These boxers are available for men and women and their biggest feature is that they have a pouch for your iPod. My only question is when will you be wondering around in your boxers wondering where you are going to put your iPod.

PS3 Firmware 2.20 – it’ll be here by the end of the month

PS3 Firmware 2.20 – it’ll be here by the end of the month

With it you will see a major update that will net you Blu-Ray spec 2.0 with all the BD-Live functionality you’ve always wanted. That means you’ll be able to download video content, ringtones, and interactive movie based games.

You’ll also get the ability to copy photos, music, and playlists from your PS3 to your PSP via USB. Other features of the new firmware include Resume Play, which means if you start a movie, Blu-Ray or DVD, and then remove it to game for a while, you’ll be able to re-insert it and start from where you left off.