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TiVo Series 3 coming September 17th for $799?
— It's no secret that TiVo's on the verge of shipping its HD-capable Series 3 set-top-box — after all, the company's already notified the FCC, posted a product page, and even ignited a flurry of controversy over Time Warner's CableCARD policy …
Toshiba first to market with Class 6 SD cards?
— Toshiba's got a new series of “high-speed” and “ultra high-speed” SD cards coming to market soon, and although the company claims to be the first manufacturer to introduce these so-called Class 6 cards, we think it may be exaggerating just a bit.
OLPC gets a name: the CM1, or Children's Machine
— So, it's official: the hundred-plus-dollar laptop spearheaded by Nicholas Negroponte — and called the OLPC up to this point for lack of better terminology — can now be definitively referred to as the CM1, or The Children's Machine.
Another win for TiVo: Cox partnership pans out
— We love it when a plan comes together. You may remember how a few months back we reported that Cox Communications sent a questionnaire to its (non-cable) customers asking them if a TiVo-powered DVR service would convince them to make the switch …
Qantas to Dell owners: Reveal thyselves!
— We know that people are unfairly discriminated against everyday for any number of reasons — their ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and even weight — but a new policy recently enacted by Australia's Qantas airline seems to be the first time in history …
Sony's iMac-like Vaio VGC-LS1 announced, reviewed
— Back in our former lives as sales drones for the big box retailers, we used to cram all our computing gear onto the coffee table, because, well, we couldn't afford a proper desk. We sure wish Sony had been around back then with its all …
SanDisk unveils 8GB, expandable Sansa e280
— SanDisk is making its latest push against Apple's venerable iPod nano, and unlike the sour grapes iDon't campaign, this one has definite potential to knock a few precious percentage points off of Cupertino's still-overwhelming market share.
First PS3 interface video walkthrough
— You've already seen wooden mockups, developer kits, prototype controllers, and even blurry interface shots, but now for the first time ever, IGN has scored an exclusive video walkthrough of exactly how the menu system will operate when you first power up your brand new PlayStation 3.
Archos officially announces all five Generation 4 devices
— Not too many surprises here — after all, we've already seen a full review of one of these new models — but now PMP pioneer Archos has officially taken the wraps off of all the so-called Generation 4 devices we initially spotted over two months ago.
Boeing disconnecting Connexion
— Business travelers — especially those who regularly fly long-haul international routes — are not gonna be happy about this one: after reviewing the long-term sustainability of its in-flight Connexion broadband service and reportedly seeking buyers …
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