Panasonic makes thinnest speaker…EVAR!

At an incredibly anorexic size of 1.5mm, the boys (and ladies, perhaps?) over at Panasonic can now say they have produced the thinnest speaker of all time. Now, the bragging ensues, huzzah! Panasonic has slimmed down their previous model, which was a staggering 2.5mm, a 40% decrease. Come on guys, couldn’t squeeze one more tenth of a millimeter out? With ...

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Seriously, Sirius Radio is seriously portable

If your a serious Sirius fan, and seriously want your Sirius radio service to be everywhere that you are, but don’t want to dish out the serious money for the Sirius Stiletto 100, the Sirius Stiletto 10 might make you feel a little less Sirius. The new Stiletto 10, at a much more reasonable price of $250, gives you reception ...

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Playstation games officially released for PSP download

With PS3 riots still running wild, Sony has officially released downloads of PS1 games for the PSP. While this new addition to the Playstation brand won’t cause the need for riot police like other past launches, the integration of all of the Playstation consoles is proving itself to be a very impressive and smooth integration, aside from a few snags ...

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NEC’s ShieldPRO Tablet PC: New, Tough, and Ugly

People must like dropping their laptops, because laptop manufacturers continue to churn out ruggedized laptops, such as the ShieldPRO Tablet from NEC. This is one tough tablet: it can survive 3-foot drops onto concrete, -20C to 50C (-4F to 122F) temperatures, dust, sand, even being fully submerged in water. The ShieldPRO is encased in 48mm (1.89 inch) thick magnesium alloy, ...

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New AMD Brisbane processors hit 65nm

The first 65 nanometer chips made by AMD have just arrived. The codename for these chips is Brisbane, and they are a welcome addition to the Athlon 64 line. Probably the most significant part of these new chips is a transition to 65nm from the previously held 90nm AMD CPUs. Like nearly every processor released nowadays, the Brisbane line is ...

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Toshiba 100GB 1.8″ hard drive opens new frontier

Toshiba’s newly announced MK1011GAH is a 100 GB 1.8 inch hard disk, and it begs the question: 100GB iPod? This new hard drive spins at 4200 rpm, measures in at 54x71x8 mm, and weighs 59g.with every MP3 player on the market stuck at 80GB, a new 100GB hard drive is a welcome addition. We’ve all had ample time with her ...

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X-Arm tilts and adjusts your TV for you

You really aren’t lazy, right? It’s not your fault that finding the perfect viewing angle of your brand new LCD TV takes forever to hone into in your living room. The X-Arm is here to solve your viewing angle problems. The X-Arm is able to extend your TV up to a foot from the wall, allowing you,the viewer, to change ...

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12 Inch Macbook Pros on the way?

With the Macworld Expo 2007 rapidly approaching, Mac rumors are flowing through the pipeline. The word is that sources believed to be very reliable are confirming Apple’s development of a smaller and ultra thin Macbook Pro, even thinner then the current anorexic Macbook’s (17 inch pictured). Pricing is still yet to be confirmed, but the people upstairs are saying that ...

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ShuffleBud replaces your Shuffle’s pointless dock

If you think that your new iPod Shuffle’s dock is a tad bit of overkill, you aren’t alone. The people at Incipio have released a clever little device that allows you to plug your Shuffle directly into your computer just as you do with a USB flash drive. The Icipio iPod Shufflebud is extremely simple, and it accomplishes a goal ...

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Reuters teams with Yahoo for user submitted news photos

It’s how Peter Parker made a living after discovering his secret Spiderman powers, and now Yahoo and Reuters want to pay you to take pictures of breaking news stories. Yahoo and Reuters have recently partnered up to create a service they are calling “You Witness”. This service runs off of the premise that nearly everyone has a camera on their ...

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