Computing

Buffalo BOMU-SL leaves mouse clicks in the past

So maybe you enjoy playing your favorite game, World of Warcraft, at night when no one is watching over your shoulder. Or maybe you have someone living in your place with you and they go to sleep way too early. If you ever feel the need to have a mouse that will allow you to never hear the click click ...

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Mozilla releases Firefox 2.0.0.1 with security & Vista updates

Mozilla has released an update for the best browser in the world: Firefox! The update version is 2.0.0.1 and as you might guess by this minute version change, not too much has visibly changed in the browser. There have been some security updates that fix some bugs Firefox has. The update has also added Microsoft Vista support (save for a ...

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Watch movies on your phone on the train from the DVD at home

Ok we know that you can stream videos on your XBOX360 off your PC in your bedroom. Bill Gates digs that. We know that you can access your home PC via your PC at the office. How about controlling your PC on your phone and stream videos? Sounds like a dream eh. If you happen to live in Japan, you ...

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DMB affordable now

It was just a while ago since we thought that Digital TV was something out of this world: amazing quality (not really), amazing coverage (nope) and premium price (not anymore). What we really care more is that we won’t miss any programs that we want, and we want them recordable, cheap, anytime and anywhere. Well, recently USB digital TV tuners ...

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A really “shocking” Mouse: Early April fools shopping, anyone?

Do you remember the amusement you used to get as a kid from simple things such as putting a whoopee cushion on someone’s chair or other related pranks? Now it’s time for us grown-ups to strike back. Against friends and coworkers of course…not children. That’d be bad. Ahh *cringe*, don’t sue us. The Shocking Mouse is sure to cause your ...

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Hide Mogo Mouse in laptop

Hate not having a mouse when you’re traveling?The Mogo mouse is a mouse that can be stored and charged inside your laptop’s PC card, unless of course you have a newer Dell notebook, in which case you can’t because you have an express card slot. This mouse dominates over the other Bluetooth mice in the industry because of its slim ...

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Money ain’t a thing: Logitech’s 200$ Keyboard

Sure its not the 1200 dollar Optimus keyboard, but seriously who cares. If peripherals are your thing then you probably already have a nice laser Logitech mouse, like say the MX Revolution (100$). And the perfect companion for your overpriced mouse is a 200$ 199$ keyboard. The “ultra-slim Logitech diNovo Edge” apparently makes trackpads obsolete, and it should for that ...

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Samsung’s “World’s First” Optical Joystick: really NEC’s 3.9-year-old Neuropointer renamed and remarketed

Here’s a really Samsung thing to do, they tend to “borrow” ideas and remarket them. Just when we thought that we should give a “new company” another chance, they ripped off LG- their domestic enemy- with the Chololate-wannabee E900. Now it’s a different level, because they are ripping off other people’s technology instead, it’s the “world’s first Optical Joystick” on ...

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Opera on Wii, Dec 22

First it’s (M)opera on your cellphone, then it’s Opera on your DS, now it’s Opera on your Wii, and the beta version just made it before Christmas. The browser will be downloadable on the Wii Shop Channel from Dec 22 for free. We can’t wait to see how well this thing renders “street html”, and how much work out it ...

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