Archive for February, 2009
  • GigaTribe 3 released…(Promo Codes Available!)
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2009 at 2:26 pm
    Are you the type of person who sticks to the adage that "a picture is worth a thousand words"?  Do you have thousands upon thousands of photos laying around your house?  Are you a professional or consumer who is always on the go and needs the convenience of having access to your important files and documents wherever you go?  If so, GigaTribe has something just for you.  Previewed at CES, GigaTribe is an secure software P2P based storage service that allows you to store photos, docum...
  • BBWeather updated to 0.84…alpha tag included
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2009 at 2:21 pm
    Blackberry users who also happen to be closet weather freaks or just simply want to know what the weather is take note as BBWeather has been updated to 0.84, albeit as an alpha so be careful as glitches and bugs aren't ruled out.  The developer, Tateu, from Blackberry Forums wants all to know that bugs and glitches are an ongoing fix and that 0.84 adds some notable new features.  A new hourly forecast screen is now available as well as some new added shortcuts.  All Blackberry devices run...
  • Motorola’s outs possible first Android phone?
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2009 at 1:23 pm
    MWC has come and gone and many Android faithful are still feeling neglected and unloved.  MWC was hyped up to be the first big event for Android.  However, while a few Android handsets were shown, it was far from the "wow" effect that many had been predicting.  There just wasn't any "omg I gotta have it" moments.  Continuing the talk of disappointment, Motorola hasn't quite revived from the lull since their popular Razr handset went out of style and has been desperately trying to recapt...
  • Verizon/iPhone rumors refuse to die
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2009 at 11:57 am
    When Apple announced the iPhone way back in '07, many were shocked that it was tied to AT&T.  For many, AT&T is the all mighty satan of wireless carriers.  Many who haven't switched and gotten an iPhone have simply done it because of their extreme distaste for Big Blue.  It's been reported many times that Verizon was the original target for Apple but Verizon declined after Apple apparently was too pushy and demanding regarding sales revenue.  Fast forward two years and you have man...
  • Apple’s forgotten iTunes app management shown in video
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2009 at 8:42 am
    Apps are definitely a big part of the iPhone.  Some could even argue that apps are the iPhone.  Even though managing apps and moving them around is fairly intuitive, it isn't perfect.  However, Sean over at Gizmodo provided a video showing a simple and effortless app management system in iTunes.  It will allow you to move whole pages of apps, adjust app placement, and add "blank" spots to keep spots open, among others all on your computer.  Come inside and take a look at the no nonsense ...
  • For the geeks in all of you: Dual drive external dock
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2009 at 8:31 am
    Whether it be audio, video, or pictures, external hard drives offer tons of cheap storage.  For most, when they need some secondary storage they pick up either a portable or desktop enclosed internal drive.  However, the geeks in all of us can surely come to appreciate this latest offering from Think Geek, a dual drive external hard drive dock that will allow you to slip any 2.5" or 3.5" desktop hard drive into the dock turning it into a handy external drive for your computer/laptop.  You...
  • webConnect USB modem coming to T-Mob March 25th…with strings?
    by Mike
    Posted February 22nd, 2009 at 12:01 pm
    *Modem is from T-Mobile UK NOT T-Mobile USA* With all the talk of 4G, WiMax, and LTE flying around, poor T-Mobile must feel pretty lonely.  While other carriers have had 3G services for years, the late bloomer of the bunch, TMO is still in the first year of their own 3G network.  Up until now, if you wanted to pick up a nice laptop USB modem so you could enjoy TMO's new found speed, you would have been sorely disappointed as they didn't have one.  That was then...this is now.  March ...
  • Creative announces MovieWorks HD iPod dock
    by Mike
    Posted February 22nd, 2009 at 9:35 am
    iPod docks are by now a dime a dozen in the overly saturated iPod add-on market.  It's a tough market out there wit nearly 10 different versions of every type of iPod accessory you can think of.  Today, Cambridge Soundworks, a subsidiary of Creative hopes to break past the rest of the iPod dock  crowd with their MovieWorks HD iPod dock.  The MovieWorks dock will allow you to connect your iPod to your TV/audio receiver by way of HDMI where you can view your iPod content upscaled to 1080...
  • Windows7 RC1 coming on April 10th?
    by Mike
    Posted February 21st, 2009 at 2:21 pm
    As of late, Microsoft has been in headline after headline with their Vista successor Windows 7.  The up and coming OS is by far the most important release of the year for Microsoft.  Forget Windows Mobile.  Forget My Phone.  Microsoft's immediate future rests on 7.  The latest leaks and rumors concerning 7 center around the release date of the RC1 build's release date.  According to Neowin, 7 RC1 will be publicly available on April 10th 2009.  Even though development is moving along a...
  • Red coming to Xbox 360…not in the form of a ring
    by Mike
    Posted February 21st, 2009 at 1:39 pm
    If you haven't picked up an Xbox 360 yet, or, simply need a 4th, you will soon have another option besides white and black.  Seems as if a red version of the 360 will soon be available at EB Games.  Not to worry folks as the red on these 360's will come on the cases themselves, NOT in the form of an illuminated red ring.  The red beauty's latest leak comes in the form of a retail database listing snapped by a Toys-R-Us employee.  (Picture inside).  The Red Elite will tip the scales at $...
  • T-Mobile Unlimited “Loyalty” plans now live in San Fran…the rest of us on March 1st?
    by Mike
    Posted February 21st, 2009 at 1:21 pm
    If you are lucky enough to currently reside in San Francisco, use T-Mobile as your cellular carrier, have been with them for more than 22 months, and don't have any issues with past billing, T-Mobile would like to share something with you.  If you meet the requirements above you are now eligible for T-Mobile's pilot program of their Unlimited "Loyalty" voice plans.  What's the big deal?  Only that unlimited calling starts at the rock bottom price of $49.99/month.  Want more?  Unlimi...
  • PPC Locking HDMI Cable (Review)
    by Mike
    Posted February 21st, 2009 at 10:45 am
    HDMI cables aren't exactly the most resilient connector in the cable world as they are easily knocked loose meaning you will spend many minutes of your life plugging a cable back into your device over and over again.  For some, they don't really care, but for others, that's where the locking HDMI cable by PPC comes in.  Built specifically for the home video enthusiast who needs a strong and reliable yet good quality cable, the World's FIRST Locking HDMI cable by PPC will surely suit your n...
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