Computing

Audiophile Equipment For Extremists

Kevin Brooks is not your average audiophile. The sight of your $20 budget speakers from Wal-Mart might spurt him into a diatribe about the necessity of African Mohagony horns. Brooks has been developing his home audio system for quite some time, and it’s evident you don’t want to trifle him with anything but the best. Brooks offers a line of ...

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USBCELL Reinvents Recharging Batteries

Think about the masses of AA batteries you go through every year. How many of them could have been reused with an easier method of recharging? Even though we already have plenty of gadgets we charge from our computer, USBCELL allows us to save some money too. The USBCELL batteries charge right from a USB port on your computer, and ...

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Sneak peek at SonyEricsson’s new UIQ interface

For those who are unhappy with the current UIQ user interface employed by SonyEricsson devices, here’s a little something to look forward to. Apparently the UI will have some serious facelift. Here’s a shot snapped from a presentation somewhere, somehow, by somebody. —Sam Chan

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Apple Lets The Led Out: Complete Zeppelin To Be Released For Under $100

Today Zeppelin, tomorrow The Beatles? Apple has announced that they will be offering “The Complete Led Zeppelin Collection” on iTunes, available for special pre-order now. The digital boxed set comes with 13 complete albums from the epitome of the rock band. In addition to the complete set, the upcoming greatest hits album “Mothership”, featuring 24 of the hardest rocking songs ...

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DIY: Mac Classic To Mac Mini Mod

Here’s a way for you to gut your Mac Classic and hook it up to a Mac Mini. In 11 moderately easy steps, this mod is one that most novice computer builders can handle on their own. Just make sure you didn’t already make your Mac into a backpack. The mod allows the innards of a Mac Classic to run ...

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WoW Lich King Expansion Release Date Leaked?

As I was browsing around Amazon, I came across an interesting entry when I searched for World of Warcraft. The page in question is a pre-order page for the WoW expansion Wrath Of The Lich King. Amazon says the shipping date is November 30th, 2008, with the game retailing for $39.99 on the online superstore. Now, we know Amazon sometimes ...

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Samsung KDDI Japan to launch AMOLED phones

Samsung has announced plans to release a line of phones through KDDI Japan which will have AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) displays. This technology has been in the works by various companies, yet this is the first of these phones being mass-produced, going beyond the concept stage. Japan always gets lucky with this cool new technology, though once ...

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Sony Confirms $399 PS3 Coming to US, Outsources Chipmaking to Toshiba

It was only a matter of time before Sony announced that the cheaper, stripped down European version of the PS3 would make its way to the States–and it appears that today was the day. Specifically, the official announcement revealed that a 40GB PS3 with half the USB ports, no multi-format card reader, and no backwards compatibility will be available in ...

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Jobs Announces iPhone and iPod Touch SDK; Third-Party Apps Coming Back

Just when we thought Steve was trying to pull something over our eyes. Steve Jobs has announced that the iPhone SDK should be available to developers some time in February 2008. Jobs says that Apple would love to form a community of third-party developers around the iPhone, though have been trying to protect user security by making the SDK as ...

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Apple’s Pride: Special Page Displays All 300+ Leopard Innovations

With some official Leopard info just fresh off the wire, Apple is understandably excited about their upcoming OS. They’re so excited, they deemed it necessary to build an entire page built around the greatness of the new Leopard operating system. Featured on the page is all 300+ innovations that Leopard brings to the table as the first official OS upgrade ...

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