If the newest post over at the Boxee Blog is anything to go by, the guys at Boxee are confident their product has enough space to compete with the miniscule Apple TV.
Big things in small packages are due from Panasonic this November. We’re referring to the hefty new SDHC cards they’ve got in store for us, the RP-SDY08G and RP-SDY16G.
Microsoft [MSFT] has officially unveiled their Arc touch mouse that we told you about previously. The Microsoft Arc touch mouse is just 15mm thick and it runs off a pair of AAA batteries.
The mouse features Microsoft’s Advanced Blue Track Technology for “maximum precision on virtually any surface” and be 2.4 GHz wireless via a nano receiver.
When we say it rocks harder than the competition, we mean it literally. What would be the point of shaping your speaker after a rock then?
With dimensions of 14.96″x5.31″x1.41″ and officially dubbed the KYBX-400, this sleek new stainless steel keyboard from Stealth calls out to the military enthusiast inside you.
Kodak is mostly known for its digital cameras and film products. The company has branched out over the last few years with offerings like printers. The big feature for Kodak printers is that the ink cartridges used are much cheaper than most other brands.
Kodak has unveiled the new ESP 9250 AIO inkjet printer. The new printer has integrated WiFi, a 2.4-inch color screen, and has a built-in fax modem. The fax machine can store 60 phone numbers and has a 100-page memory. The printer also has a memory card reader.
Digital Cowboy has just unveiled it latest network attached storage device (NAS) the Xtreamer Pro that is capable of streaming a massive list of supported types including: Mpeg, DivX, Xvid, MKV, DVD, DAT, ASF, Mov, RMVB, FLV, WMV9 all in SD or HD format to name a few.
Journalists and policemen’s jobs will soon be a lot easier once Sony’s new Location Porter enjoys widespread use.
Ignoring the catcalls for a wireless version, this sparkling -if rather tangled- outfit that debuted during the recent Austin Fashion Week has caught the eye of enthusiastic tech bloggers everywhere.
Rather than consign tech and e-waste to places like Nigeria or China, electronic junk can be better used for furniture as lovingly exhibited in the Egyptian-themed chests, cabinets and sculptures of Theo Kamecke.
Most of you might never have heard of Ferroelectric storage, so here’s a short introduction.
Today Samsung has expanded its combined monitor and TV line-up adding the Samsung 90 and Samsung 30 series to its range.
Both the new monitors can be used as a small TV with full HD resolution and also feature Picture in Picture (PiP) allowing users to simultaneously use their computer and watch TV without the need for a second monitor.