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Sony launches four new Xplod in-dash CD Receivers with front USB input for iPod and iPhone

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Designed to offer drivers a simple and affordable after-market audio experience, the four new Sony Xplod in-dash CD Receivers combine strong connectivity with high style.


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Dells Mini 9 selling for just $249 -- who needs a subsidy?

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If you thought last months $99 Mini 9 was just too cheap (unlikely), or were scared off by the two year contract that came along with the offer (rather more likely), check out Dells latest deal.

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Yinlips Releases YDP800 Pico Projector

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A few months ago, Yinlips announced their first pico projector, the YDP800. Recently, the company finally released this projector to the consumer market.


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Peerless Industries Release Spider Universal Adapter Plate

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Peerless Industries has designed and manufactured the most comprehensive line of audio/visual mounting solutions for over 40 years. Today they announced the release of their new patent-pending Spider Universal Adapter Plate.

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Fieldrunners - Addictions on the go

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Back in the days of early Nokia mobile phones such as the 3210, there was Snake. And it was good. Snake was the closest thing to a worthwhile game on a mobile in the universe as we knew it. Much like many other early arcade games, Snake’s biggest boon was the bragging rights it gave you over your friends when you got a higher score than them…

Years passed by, several sucky revisions of Snake were made, but nothing ever really came close to being a game that you actually wanted to play when you could be doing other things such as sewing or badger spotting.

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Nokia reports massive drop in profits

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Nokia has reported a massive 90 percent drop in profits in the first financial quarter of 2009, with the slowing global economy continuing to bite.

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Freescale-powered LimeBook hits eBay for astronomical price

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Chinas Tsinghua Tongfang has had quite the difficulty launching any of its Lime-splashed gear here in the United States, and while it has bothered to show up at CES the past two years, were still waiting for the LimePC UMPC and LimeBook netbook to arrive in proper fashion.

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Lenovo IdeaPad S12 with NVIDIA Ion Now Available

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The Lenovo IdeaPad S12 netbook models with the NVIDIA Ion multimedia-oriented platform are now available for purchase. The Ion-based IdeaPad S12 features a 12.


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NASA Releases New Predictions for Solar Cycle 24:

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An international panel of experts -- led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and sponsored by NASA -- has released a new prediction for the next solar cycle: Solar Cycle 24 will peak in May 2013 with a below-average number of sunspots. "If our prediction is correct, Solar Cycle 24 will have a peak sunspot number of 90, the lowest of any cycle since 1928 when Solar Cycle 16 peaked at 78," said panel chairman Doug Biesecker of NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC). This report clarifies a NOAA report from earlier this month that stated that Solar Cycle 24 would bring "90 sunspots per day on average."

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Amateur Radio Operators to Help Emergency Services:

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An emergency aid organisation in the US is appealing for amateur radio operators to come forward to help it provide assistance to those in need, a trend which could be reflected in the UK. The Waldo County Emergency Management Agency (EMA), based in the US state of Maine, has sent out a plea to amateur radio enthusiasts who may be able to lend their communication talents when official lines go down. According to VillageSoup, disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the Maine ice storm of 1998 took down mobile and internet communications, but amateur radio may be helpful in emergencies, the EMA believes. A representative for the group told the news provider: "The most reliable and capable communications system during Hurricane Katrina was amateur radio."

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Scosche solCHAT Solar Bluetooth Speaker Phone unveiled

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Scosche unveiled a Bluetooth speaker phone powered by the sun called solCHAT. Harnessing the power of the sun, the solCHAT is powered by an integrated solar panel and lithium ion rechargeable battery combination.

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Western Digital 2TB Caviar Green

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The march of ever larger hard drive capacities takes a big step forward with Western Digital's massive 2TB Caviar Green. With four enormous 500GB platters boasting more storage than any other 3.5" drive, we find out how this colossus of hard disk drives performs.

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Catching Amateur Radio Signals From Hotel Balcony:

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In mid-January, I traveled to Phoenix, Ariz., for a work-related conference. Though I knew I'd have very little free time on the three-day outing (including travel), the opportunity to gather some signals in a far-away location was one I could not pass up. Packing a Grundig G5 portable receiver, a Uniden Bearcat 246T scanner and Pinnacle USB digital TV tuner made for an array that fit in my carry-on and still covered local emergency communications, AM/FM, longwave, shortwave and over-the-air TV signals. I opted not to bring any antennas beyond the stock whips attached to each receiver and no amateur radio gear, given that I'd likely have less than a couple of hours to operate. From my hotel balcony in suburban Scottsdale, I did find some surprises.

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Epson Releases EH-TW5000 and EH-TW4000 Projectors in Australia

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Epson has recently announced that two new projectors will be available from their home theater collection, the EH-TW4000 and EH-TW5000. Both models are almost identical, featuring full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 1600 ANSI lumens, and a stupendous 75000:1 contrast ratio.

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Nokia 5800 XpressMusic ships finally in US

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Nokia announced today that their first touchscreen phone is now also shipping in the United States. Nokia made the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic already available in some other markets last November.

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Global Sony announcement rumored for tomorrow, unicorns practically a lock

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Take it for what its worth, but Smarthouse has it on authority that Sony Computer Entertainment is gearing up to make a worldwide announcement tomorrow, and believe it or not, it could involve the PlayStation 3.

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Google demos HTML5-based Maps on the Palm Pre

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Looks like offline Gmail on the iPhone wasnt the only trick Googles Vic Gondotra has up his sleeve during his talk at MWC -- he also gave a quick demo of Google Maps running as a web app on the Palm Pre.

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EA announces Battlefield 1943

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Electronic Arts has announced Battlefield 1943 following the rumours circulating around the internet over the past few days.

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Optoma HD65 Projector Receives 3D Upgrade

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One projector that has been available for over a year now is the Optoma HD65. This model features 1600 ANSI lumens, a 4000:1 contrast ratio, and only 720p HD (1280 x 720) resolution.


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NEC Releases NP4100 and NP4100W Projectors in Middle East

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NEC has announced recently that they are releasing two new projectors into the Middle East, the NP4100 and the NP4100W. Both projectors feature the same 2100:1 contrast ratio and DLP display technology.


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ViewSonic prepping 22-inch laptop for China?

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ViewSonic is mostly known for the display game, but in January the company got into netbooks this January, and now it looks like its going after the complete opposite end of the spectrum with a 22-inch laptop for China (and hopefully elsewhere).

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