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iPhone Hitting Europe This Week?

Posted in Apple,iPhone,News by Chris Weber on September 16th, 2007

Apple is planning an announcement in London on Tuesday which could be announcing the iPhone launch for EuropeApple has announced a press conference in London scheduled for Tuesday, having sent invitations with its usual shrouded itinerary titled only, “mum is no longer the word”. Most speculate that this press conference is set to announce the launch of the iPhone and its carriers in Europe.

Apple has planned a European launch in the 4th quarter of this year for the iPhone with its sleek look and sought after multi-touch interface. Many analysts are speculating on the carriers for …

Sony PlayTV brings TV, DVR to your PS3

Posted in PlayTV,PS3,Sony by Chris Weber on August 22nd, 2007

Sony PlayTV lets the PS3 record and playback television shows and stream them to the PSPToday at the Leipzig Game Convention in Europe Sony announced that they will be launching PlayTV sometime in early 2008. PlayTV brings not one but two high definition (1080p) TV tuners to the Playstation 3 game console along with DVR capabilities allowing you to record one show and save another, both in high def.

This is pretty cool in itself (especially if you’re in Europe since this uses European Digital Video Broadcasting – Terrestrial only), but there’s more. You can also transfer these …

Game Day for Sony

Posted in Games,News,Sony by Chetz on May 18th, 2007

LittleBigPlanet for Sony PS3Sony isn’t sitting on its haunches watching potential PlayStation 3 customers try to find a Nintendo Wii or open their wallets for a Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite. At a media event held in San Diego yesterday the company drummed up some excitement for its upcoming game lineup for the rest of 2007 and the start of ’08 and showed that there’s plenty of excitement to come for PSP and PS3 owners.

The game that’s attracted some of the biggest buzz is “LittleBigPlanet”, a community based game that lets up to four players solve puzzles …

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Developing a Fracture

Posted in Games,LucasArts by Chetz on May 7th, 2007

Fracture for PS3 from LucasArtsThe developers at LucasArts aren’t just about making games with lightsabers and TIE Fighters in them. A case in point comes in the shape of “Fracture”, one of their new titles now in development and slated for a mid-2008 release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Under development by Day 1 Studios, you step into the boots of Mason Briggs, a soldier from the mid 22nd century that uses weapons that can deform and manipulate the terrain around you to turn a physical disadvantage into a strategic advantage.

Suppose that …

Intel outlines new 45nm chip fabrication

Posted in Intel,News,Processors by Darrin Olson on January 27th, 2007

Intel Penryn processor chip details releasedToday Intel has announced plans for their next generation processor chips, intended to improve processing speeds and increase the lead between themselves and their competition when the new chips go into production. The new processor, code named Penryn, will used a 45 nanometer manufacturing process to provide faster processing on the same amount of physical space without significant changes to power consumption.

Intel’s ability to improve performance is due to the implementation of high-k dielectrics and metal material for the transistor gate electrodes. According to Mark Bohr, senior fellow at Intel, the …

Quiksilver and Plantronics Announce Bluetooth-Enabled Outerwear

Posted in Accessories,Apparel,Bluetooth,Plantronics by Paul Patterson on January 23rd, 2007

Quiksilver Double Daffy Snow JacketQuiksilver, a leader in outdoor sporting apparel and Plantronics of Bluetooth technology fame have announced a partnership that aims to outfit outdoor enthusiasts with Bluetooth-enabled sports gear. The new line of products is designed to give outdoor enthusiasts a seamless experience to go from one environment to the next while staying continuously connected to their mobile devices.

The new line of apparel and accessories will integrate Quiksilver’s outdoor sports lineup with Bluetooth equipped mobile phones, iPods and MP3 players. Plantronics’ technology will be embedded within the Quiksilver apparel and accessories …

Jobs says Apple iPhone OS X Not Open Like Mac

Posted in Apple,iPhone,News by Darrin Olson on January 14th, 2007

Apple restricting third party applications on the iPhone according to Jobs interview.Jobs has stated in a couple articles this week, one from the New York Times and one from MSNBC, that Apple will be restricting third party applications for OS X on the iPhone, unlike the open OS X platform for the Mac.

Jobs describes the iPhone operating system to be more inline with the iPod, and less like the Mac or mobile computer, stating that the risk of loading custom built applications onto the iPhone could cause the phone to just not work, or even …

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No Commercial Plans for the OLPC XO Laptop

Posted in News,Notebooks,OLPC by Darrin Olson on January 13th, 2007

The OLPC has no commercial plans at this time, but may consider them for the XO laptop in the future.Earlier this week Slippery Brick reported on the XO laptop and the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) organization, stating reports that the company planned on making the XO laptop commercially available for as little as $100 USD. According to Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the OLPC, making the XO laptops available to the public is not in the plans for this year, but may be in the future.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that you couldn’t buy one …

Ford and Microsoft ‘Sync’ Up to Provide Auto Software

Posted in Automotive,Ford,Microsoft,News by Darrin Olson on January 7th, 2007

Ford and Microsoft Team Up To Offer Automotive Sync SoftwareToday Ford announced that they have teamed up with Microsoft to offer some in-car software to enhance the use of digital audio players, mobile phones and multimedia in their vehicles. Ford Sync will be powered by Microsoft Auto Software and provide voice activated communications and entertainment in select Ford vehicles.

Sync is planned to be available in 12 different Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles yet this year and will allow users to access their mobile phone, mobile music and will host almost any digital media player …

Sprint Nextel and Nokia to Deploy WiMAX

Posted in Nokia,Sprint,WiMAX by Paul Patterson on January 5th, 2007

Sprint Nextel and Nokia to Deploy WiMAXSprint Nextel today announced that Nokia has been chosen as a key infrastructure and device provider for its 4G WiMAX mobile broadband network. Jointly, the companies will develop mobility services and applications and conduct co-marketing efforts to drive global adoption of WiMAX.

The partnership involves a commitment from Nokia to provide network infrastructure, mobile consumer electronic devices, and various market development commitments. Nokia is slated to be a major supplier to Sprint for WiMAX network infrastructure – namely the Nokia Flexi WiMAX base transceiver stations. Nokia will also have commitments …

Google and Orange Working On Google Phone

Posted in Google,Mobile Phones,News,Orange by Darrin Olson on December 17th, 2006

Google and Orange To Make Google PhoneAccording to the Observer, Google and Orange are collaborating on making a Google Phone with built in Google applications for surfing the web, and getting email. This would be another big step forward for both of these two very powerful companies in the technology world, and could be a large benefit to consumers in mobile internet access and potentially costs as well.

Google has been working on different technologies to make information more accessible from mobile devices, such getting email on your handset, and having another medium to …

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Intel Demos Mobile WiMAX Baseband Chip

Posted in Intel,WiMAX by Paul Patterson on December 9th, 2006

IntelIntel recently demonstrated the completed design of its first mobile WiMAX baseband chip at the keynote address of the 3G World Congress and Mobility Marketplace in Hong Kong. The new chipset is dubbed the Intel WiMAX Connection 2300 and marks another major step in Intel’s efforts to “drive innovation in mobile broadband access”.

The demonstration was preformed with an Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology-based laptop with mobile WiMAX (IEEE 802.16e-2005), Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11n), and high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) 3G capabilities.

The demonstration illustrates the capabilities of WiMAX for handling content-rich applications without interference from other …



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