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Apple iMac gets updated, 24-inch model cheaper

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, PC / Laptop

iMac Early 2009

Yup, even more Apple update news for you guys today, as it would be irresponsible of us not to inform you of the spec bumps to the iMac line. Like all the other Apple computer products, the iMac picks up a Mini DisplayPort with this revision, but that’s not all. Prices are looking good, with a 20-inch model starting at $1,199, and the 24-inch model …

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Apple announces redesigned Mac Pro, sports Nehalem chips

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Design, PC / Laptop

Mac Pro Nehalem 2009Continuing with all the Apple desktop releases today, the company has announced a newly-redesigned Nehalem-based Mac Pro. The price starts at $2,499, which gets you a 2.66GHz quad-core Intel Xeon 3500, 3GB RAM, and a 640GB hard drive. If an 8-core system is more your thing, you can grab a Mac Pro with two 2.26GHz quad-core Nehalems, with 6GB RAM, for $3,299. The …

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Apple Mac mini gets refreshed with GeForce 9400M graphics, mini DisplayPort, FireWire 800

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Mac mini 2009

We know, you Mac mini fans out there have been waiting a long time for something—anything—from Apple, as it pertained to an update of the platform. That day has come, as the early 2009 Mac mini was added to the Apple desktop lineup this morning. Not too much has changed, but what you should know is that the new model sports five USB ports, a …

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The Daily Show covers Twitter

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Internet, Videos

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We admit it, we love Twitter. In fact, you can follow Gear Live on Twitter, in addition to myself. We’ve been using it for a long time now, but apparently, the folks over at The Daily Show are still trying to figure out the whole Twitter …

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15-inch MacBook Pro specs updated

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MacBook Pro 15 inch unibody

A lot is going on this morning over in Apple land, and with all the new hardware released, we almost missed the fact that the 15-inch unibody MacBook Pro line has received a spec bump. Nothing too fancy, but now if you want to get a processor faster than the 2.4GHz default, you get a 2.66GHz chip, as opposed to the 2.53GHz …

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Video: A look at 2019 through the eyes of Microsoft

Video: Future Vision Montage

The clip above was shown at the Wharton Business Technology Conference. It’s called 2019, and it’s Microsoft‘s vision for what the year 2019 will look like as it pertains to technology and how it will be completely integrated into our lifestyle. While 2019 looks like a far away number, this is just 10 years away, people.  Do we think things will look like this by then? No, not so much…but we will …

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Amazon gives in: Text-to-Speech now decided by book publisher

The text-to-speech feature of the Kindle 2 in one of the main features that Amazon was touting when they debuted their latest e-book reader. However, Roy Blount, Jr., president of the Author’s Guild, made it immediately known that the Guild objects to the feature that he believes undermines the market for professional e-book. While this is overly cautious, since the Kindle sounds nothing like a real human being, Amazon has decided to step up (or back …

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Amazon Kindle 2 review

Amazon Kindle 2 review

We’ve spent a few days with the Amazon Kindle 2, which has been the talk of the gadget world this week. We know some of you are wondering if you should pick one up, so we are here to give you our thoughts on the latest iteration of Amazon’s e-book reader. If you’re like us, you already know that the Kindle 2 is available for purchase …

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Newegg Deals: Fuji FInePix, digital photo frames, Buffalo router

We are back with another list of the latest Newegg deals, and this time the list is heavily skewed towards digital cameras and photo frames. If you are in the market for one of those, be sure to check out the list below:

Fuji FinePix F60fd Silver Digital Camera - $149.99 (Promo code “CAMERA21610”) - Expires 3/15 Bravo DPF-104 10.4” Digital Photo Frame- $119.99 - (Promo code “FRAME216FS”) -Expires 2/28 Olympus SP-565UZ Black Digital Camera -$264.99 …

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Poll: How is your Xbox 360 connected to your network?

Time to bring back the Gear Live poll, because we’re wondering what method most Xbox 360 users are employing when they connect their consoles to their home networks. We’re talking about you. Did you spend the extra benjamin on one of the Wireless Networking Adapters? Do you run a long-ass cable from your router to the 360 to avoid latency (or cost of said adapter)? Something else?

Hit up the poll and let us know, and …

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