Here we are again, growing at a rate that we never thought would be imaginable for an independant entity, and we are now ready to grow a bit more. That being said, Gear Live Media is looking for a few bloggers interested in making a name for themselves while writing about technology, games, business, and/or television. If that’s you, feel free to contact us letting us know who you are and why you are interested. The …
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Over at PlayFeed, we have posted up a ton of images of the new Xbox 360 Controller for Windows, including screen captures of the installation process - that thing they charge you an extra $5 for above the price of the exact same controller without the installation disc. Be sure to hop on over to PlayFeed to check out the images along with very early impressions.
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Samsung has just introduced one of their latest flagship displays in the SyncMaster 970P. The SyncMaster 970P is a high-end dual interface 19-inch monitor that is built and designed for performance. The unit is offered in a silver and white colored cabinet, and incorporates Samsung’s Patterned Vertical Alignment (PVA), the latest technology advancement in liquid crystal cell structure for improved viewing. The monitor …
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The PC version of the Xbox 360 wired controller is now available at stores like Best Buy, RadioShack, and OfficeMax. The catch is that you have to be persistent with some of them about the fact that it is okay for them to sell the item. Earlier at Best Buy, I had to break it down old-school to the Media Supervisor about the difference between the Windows …
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My friend Chris just wrote up a lengthy diatribe about how the iPod just blows away just about every PlaysForSure device, and what Microsoft needs to do to get back into the park to play ball with Apple:
Microsoft *MUST* take control of this situation if they’re ever to come close to competing head-to-head (or hand-to-hand) with the iPod. As it stands, …
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Okay, so we all know that Google is set to unleash their online payment system, probably called Google Wallet, any time now. Coincidentally, eBay has just updated their “Safe Payments Policy,” which includes the following statement:
Not permitted on eBay.com: Sellers may not solicit buyers to mail cash. Sellers may not ask buyers to send cash through instant cash transfer services (non-bank, point-to-point cash …
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Early this morning Griffin announced the latest addition to their iTrip FM transmitter line - the iTrip for iPod nano. In the new nano version of the iTrip, the unit now uses the iPod’s high resolution LCD for the display of FM frequency information. The other major visual change is the “sled” design. The nano actually slides into the iTrip, almost like a …
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