Author: Andru Edwards
So, the Gear Live crew is back from E3, and we hope you enjoyed the coverage we have brought you thus far. You can look forward to a bunch more video footage over the coming week. For now, I wanted to let you guys in on a horrible Apple Store customer service experience I had a few weeks ago, and how the LA Grove Apple Store went above and beyond to fix it. During E3, my …
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If you are looking for information on what is going on at the Nintendo E3 Press Breifing, look no further than Playfeed. We are here live, and we are bringing you our thoughts along with a running timeline of the event. Interested? Check it out here.
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So, we are finally starting to get some feedback on the much-hyped Origami platform. As it turns out, Samsung Q1 UMPC reviews are starting to trickle in, and what we knew would be the case seems to be true. According to the Washington Post, The Q1 is simply lacking in a few key areas, namely screen size and hard drive space. Even so, it wouldn’t be so …
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We have been really feeling what Intel has been doing of late in the dual-core processor world. The Core Duo chips have been fantastic in our eyes, running both in our MacBook Pro and Lenovo portables. Yesterday, Intel announced the official name of the next-generation Conroe and Merom dual-core processors “Core 2 Duo.” Going further, for all the gamers out there feeling left out in the …
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The Gear Live crew is here in hazy LA and ready to bring you all the best coverage we can offer. Comprised of Jesse Ferguson, Nate True, John Goulden, Chris Cardinal and Andru Edwards, we plan on having all sorts of video coverage peppered with occasionally decent writing and rapier wit. Or your money back.
We’ll be all over the map and trying to cover as much …
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It looks like Windows Live is continuing it’s quest to be your one-stop destination on the web for all your needs. Today, Windows Live Products launched over at http://products.live.com. Basically, if you have seen Google’s Froogle, you have seen Live Products. It is a price comparison engine that allows you to search for items you are looking to purchase, with the goal of finding you the best deal. After trying it out ourselves, it seems to …
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