We just finished watching the announcement of the Treo 700w, where we saw corporate leet-speak at its best. CEO’s aside, we were given a nice amount of information on the device:Windows Mobile 5.0 EV-DO and Bluetooth support 240x240 screen resolution 1 Megapixel camera 64 MB internal memory Verizon Wireless exclusive until at least mid-2006
Interestingly enough, the phone has not officially been …
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Okay, so the news is that TiVo is finally in Canada. That’s cool and all, but why go there if you aren’t going to do it right. I mean, TiVo even says right up front that units must be imported from the US, and that warranties will not apply unless the replacement is sent to a US address. See for yourself:
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Om Malik has given a bit of advice to those looking for some EVDO love on their PowerBooks:
If you are looking for a EVDO card for Powerbook, I will recommend, Sierra Wireless Aircard 580, which after some hacking gives you better performance than any other PC card. However, it doesn’t work as well with Windows Laptops. It was giving me about 350 kbps …
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It took me about 5 minutes to figure out how cool this clock is. For the uber-technocentric geeks out there it’s a must have - sadly, that might be us. The TIX LED Clock has lights that display the time in a very unique way. Unless told it was a clock, you would never even be the wiser. The blinking lights represent a …
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If you liked the iBall then you’ll love Oregon Scientific’s sleekly designed 2.1 CD system. It plays MP3/WMA CDs and has an AM/FM Tuner. The flat panel speakers are designed to be angled easily. At £299 expect the system to pack a punch later this year upon it’s release.
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Defenitly one of the most uniquely designed iPod accessories we have seen - the iBall. Made by Oregon Scientific, the iBall is a wireless speaker system that uses 2.4 GHz technology to broadcast up to 100ft. It runs 6-8 hours after a full charge or you can plug in the AC adapter as well. The iBall will be out later this year for a mere …
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