Thursday, December 08, 2005

Creative takes on Apple

The first real challenger to Apple's Video Ipod has arrived and its name is Creative Zen Vision:M.

via Register

Thursday, November 24, 2005

PMP for kids

Just in time for Christmas comes a PMP geared toward the teen crowd called VuGo. This handheld can play videos, music, and display photos. So if you parents dont want to spend $300 to $400 on a Video Ipod or PSP this is maybe a good alternative.

via kansascity

GP2x review coming soon!

GP2x are now shipping in the U.S., U.K., and Korea first edition units. And i was able to attain a unit that i should recieve in the next few days. I will post a review as soon as it arrives.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Video Ipod

No surprise Apple announcing the video Ipod. But this has to put a hurt on Sony. With DS beating them out in games and Apple soon to take them on the video front. What is left for the PSP. The new Video Ipod will feature 2.5 inch color screen and come in two flavors of 30gb and 60gb models and priced at $299 and $399.

via Reuters

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Gizmondo set to launch October 22 in the U.S.

Tiger has announce the official date of the U.S. launch of its handheld game console Gizmondo. October 22 is the date but dont get to excited. Tiger has a history of not following through.

via GameIndustry

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

HD-DVD gets support

Just when you thought HD-DVD was down and out. Two of the industries heavy hitters come to its aid. Giants Microsoft and Intel pledged there support for HD-DVD.

via theinquirer

Apple admits problem

Maybe Apple learned from past mistakes(battery issue). Today Apple admits some nano's may have defective screens which will be replaced by Apple for free.

via techspot

Monday, September 19, 2005


The Giz gets wide with announcement of a new model of Gizmondo that will be potentiallly released Q2 2006.

via theRegister

Thursday, July 28, 2005


The long awaited followup to the GP32 has arrived and its name is GPX2. Current specs are murky at best but from what i can gather it sports Dual CPUs running at 200mhz, 2d graphic accelerator for games, runs linux, and playback for MPEG, MP4, Divx, Xvid, WMV, MP3, OGG, and WMA. For more info check out the official site here

via GP32x

Monday, July 25, 2005

Motorola introduces mobile sunglasses

Motorola and Oakley come together to announce RAZRWIRE Bluetooth eyewear. The sunglasses will utilize Bluetooth technology for talking on cellphones. Estimated price is around $300 and expects to be release around August.

via PhysOrg

iOps JOCK Mini-PMP

Is it me or does this mini pmp have a mini ipod feel to it? The iOps JOCK is a jack-of-all trades player that plays MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis,WMV, MP4, and Divx. Too bad the screen is so small 96x64 that it would be a pain to watch videos on it.

via dapreview

Saturday, July 23, 2005

iZone 300 in Ipod White

Seems like everyone is jumping on the ipod bandwagon by piggybacking on its success. iZone 300 is no exception with a curiously ipod white look to it. The digi camera will sport a 3.2MP, 3X digital zoom, meager 16mb of internal memory and sd slot for expansion. For more info check out Polaroids page here

via MobileMag

Friday, July 15, 2005

Linux Instant Messenger

This is quite cool for the teens out there who needs to be always chatting up with there AOL, Yahoo, and MSN buddies. The Aeronix Zipit, a $99 Linux IM appliance which is available in five colors and can purchase at Target as well as TigerDirect.

via LinuxDevices

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Cellphone for kids now available

Firefly creators of a mobile phone gear toward the 8-12yrs old crowd are now available nationwide at any Target store. Also available online at at $99.99

Via MobileTechNews


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