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Apple, 50 Cent to develop budget PC?
— Many people know that Steve Jobs is a Beatles fan, and his affinity for Irish rock group U2 is also no secret, but how many of you were aware that his Steveness is seemingly down with G-Unit? Well, maybe the Foolish Genius (thanks, Wu-Tang Name Generator) …
DirecTV Titanium: the ultimate couch potato package
— So if you like watching TV — and we mean really, really like watching TV — then DirecTV has a new offer that will fill your set with more content in a week than you could hope to watch in a lifetime — but it's just a little bit …
Make's coverage of RoboGames 2006
— Having already blown our entire travel budget attending CES, E3, and various other important events in sunny locations, we weren't able to scrape together the funds to hit up this year's annual RoboGames festival in San Francisco, but luckily Make magazine/blog …
Sources confirm Microsoft's work on iPod/iTMS rivals
— Remember those “cringingly blurry” photos we published a few weeks back that supposedly depicted Microsoft's long-rumored iPod-killer? Well it looks like our tipster may have been right on the money with his assessment …
Averatec's 10.6-inch AV1150 ultra-portable notebook
— Averatec has just released the first member of its new 1100 series of ultra-portable notebooks, the AV1150-EW1, which sports the same low voltage Pentium M chip that we saw last year in the company's 1000 series, but improves on several other key specs.
Toshiba reveals Tecra M7 dual core tablet
— So apparently Toshiba has a Core Duo-powered update to the Tecra M4 convertible tablet waiting in the wings, and this one gives you a 100GB hard drive, up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM, and especially nice, a dual layer Super Multi drive that handles both flavors of recordable DVDs.
Philips announces GoGear SA9100 and SA9200 DAPs
— Blu-ray players and portable media centers weren't the only thing on Royal Philips Electronics' mind today, as the company also revealed a new pair of flash-based GoGear DAPs as part of the “Holidays in June” campaign.
Japanese pillow offers napping advice
— Until we heard about an upcoming product from Japanese Lofty, we were pretty sure that we knew all about the art of napping (we usually just take one when we're tired), but the company's new high-tech pillow indicates that there's more guesswork involved in naptime than we'd previously thought.
Samsung BD-P1000 Blu-ray player delayed (again)?
— In what may turn out to be yet another crushing blow to HD-hungry consumers, it looks like Samsung could be joining Sony, Pioneer, and, um, itself, in playing the Vista-like Blu-ray delay game that continues to amuse and frustrate us.
Pretec's iDisk USB drives go BulletProof
— Sure, HP's ballistics-tested StorageWorks XP1200 server is keeping your spy operation humming on the homefront, but what happens when your agents come under fire smuggling sensitive data in the field? Storage expert Pretec knows that people …
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