Introduction and Packaging
Logitech aims to solve our remote control infestation with the sleek Harmony 880 Advanced Universal Remote. We dig into this device and find that there's a lot of potential, even outside of your traditional livingroom!
Subject: General Tech | January 4, 2007 - 10:57 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SANTA CLARA and MARINA DEL REY,
Calif., Jan. 4, 2007 â€” Intel Corporation and CinemaNow, a leading
Internet provider of downloadable videos, today announced a
collaboration that will allow consumers using Intel technology-based
media PCs, such as those with IntelÂ® Viiv™ technology, to legally
download and record major motion picture movie content to blank DVD
discs for playback on both the PC and consumer electronics devices,
including most standard DVD players.
SANTA CLARA and MARINA DEL REY,
Subject: General Tech | January 4, 2007 - 09:27 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Step 1 - Release free browser
Step 2 -
Step 3 - PROFIT!!!!
Well, Firefox figured out step 2, and The Tech Zone sat down with the head honcho to find out how they made over $50 million in 2005.
"Mozilla Foundation chairman Mitchell Baker on Tuesday disclosed how much money Mozilla made from their Firefox
web browser in 2005: $52.9 million. If you're wondering how Firefox makes any money, then this article will tell
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Subject: General Tech | January 3, 2007 - 01:07 PM | Ryan Shrout
Want to make sure you are in on the upcoming Halo 3 beta? Then just buy a specially marked "Crackdown" game.
On page 61 of the February 2007 issue of GamePro sits the second of two pages promoting the bright and shiny new world of destruction called Crackdown. As if this game's explosive mayhem didn't look sweet enough already, the lower right corner of the advertisement reads: "Includes invitation to Halo 3 multiplayer beta.
Subject: General Tech | December 31, 2006 - 03:50 PM | Ryan Shrout
Head on over to Shacknews to get the scoop on their picks for this year's game awards.
It is December 31st, and that means its time to tally all the votes and present to you the Shacknews Game of the Year 2006 Winners as voted on by our audience. As we switched voting formats this year, results are based on total points per category where a game got 3 points for a first place vote, 2 for a second place and 1 for a third place vote.
Subject: General Tech | December 29, 2006 - 11:21 AM | Ryan Shrout
This is a really interesting look at the "grey" market for PS3s -- mainly on Ebay.
Within two days of the system's launch the going price dropped by over $1000. eBay prospectors across the country were stunned at the rapid depreciation of their investment. While they were still looking at $600 profit on average, it was a far cry from the windfall everyone had been expecting.
The smart thing to do in that situation would be to wait, right?
The Killer NIC card promises lower ping times and higher frame rates in your online games. Can it live up to its own hype?
Subject: General Tech | December 28, 2006 - 12:55 PM | Ryan Shrout
You have GOT to love it when idiot sales reps are left explaining away problems!
"So dude over there," I said pointing to the busy clerk, "says he keeps the kiosk off because it keeps freezing up."
"Nope. No it doesn't."
"Well, actually, yeah. It does. I've seen it happen myself."
"No. It doesn't. We did that on purpose," he said.
"You make the entire console lock up on purpose because ...
Subject: General Tech | December 27, 2006 - 09:50 AM | Ryan Shrout
If your favorite Taiwanese website isn't accessible for a while, you'll know why.
TAIPEI, Taiwan Dec 27, 2006 (AP)â€” Telephone lines and Internet service went dead across much of Asia on Wednesday after two powerful earthquakes damaged undersea cables used by several countries to route calls and online traffic.
Subject: General Tech | December 24, 2006 - 07:53 PM | Ryan Shrout
I would just like to take this chance to wish all of our readers a very Merry Christmas and happy holidays throughout the winter. But don't think that the season is going to keep us from working; oh no! We have plenty of content lined for your through December and into the new year! If you have some extra time and need a place to hang out, I'd recommend the PC Perspective Forums where you can chat with other hardware geeks and see what the holidays are bringing them!
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