Author: Andru Edwards
You know, silly USB thumbdrives come and go, but this one is just off the hook. What you see before you is a 256 MB USB thumbdrive disguised as a bottle of sake. This thing will set you back about 5,250 Yen - $45 is US dollars. Certainly not too high a price to pay to garner the stares of strange passer-byes looking at the tiny green bottle protruding from …
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TiVo, trying to maintain their self-professed hip image, has jumped on the blog bandwagon with the launch of “TiVo Blog.” The blogger’s name is Nova, and she went from TiVo user to official TiVo blogger at their corporate headquarters. They did put in RSS, RSS 2.0, and Atom feeds despite the fact that nowadays having all three is not necessary, and they also stick …
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Looks like Apple has just released a small upgrade for their new OS 10.4 version Backup 3.0 software:
Backup 3.0.1 addresses file restoration and other issues and is highly recommended for all users of Backup 3.0. Significant areas addressed are:
Restoring files to alternate location Accuracy of iDisk progress bar when uploading files For more information about Backup 3, visit the .Mac website …
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So just about everyone who could afford it picked up the new 5th generation iPod with video support, and it seems that it is a hit. Adding to the myriad of reviews out there, we figured we would do a no-nonsense “quick review” of the device. Not sure what that means? Well, after writing the full review twice and having it turn up as garbled text both times, we have …
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Okay, it looks like Google is set to unleash yet another viral service on us. Google Base seems to be a database where anyone can add any type of content, but I bet people are going to be all over this thing as if it was the new, national Craigslist. Think about this for a moment, with Google Base being a free service, and with Google …
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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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