Archive for March, 2006

Book for Bush


Tell the most powerfull man of the worldwhat you think about him. A Book for Bush. A book written by everybody with an internet connection. A book filled with a multitude of opinions from all over the world. This is my second post concerning the project Book for Bush but this time I’ve got some […]

The gaming site IGN has posted a hands-on review of the Nintendo Revolution controller. Read it here! [] Technorati Tags: Nintendo, Nintendo Revolution

BenQ has added two new models to series. Both the S73 and S61 include Intel Core Duo processors and DVB-T tuners for digital TV in supported markets (Korea). The S73 (pictured) has 1 14.1-inch widescreen display, ATI X1600 and DVI out. The S61 has a 12.1-inch display, weighs 3.3 pounds (without battery). No infos on […]

iRiver’s new v10 media player features a T-DMB receiver, a 3-inch 480 x 272 display, USB 2.0, either 4 or
6GB NAND flash, integrated stereo speakers and support for MP3, WMA, OGG, H.264, WMV9, and DivX.
The device shown here is unfortunately a non-working prototype. Expect to see the v10 this

Here you go, we got some snapshots of the upcoming BenQ-Siemens P51.   Technorati Tags: Benq Siemens, BenQ-Siemens, P51, smartphone

The aquisition of Writely by Google has now been confirmed on both the Writely blog and by Google. What does TechCrunch say to that? This signals two things: a confirmation of Google’s desire to hit Microsoft hard and attack their largest revenue product, and that they will do this at least partially through acquisition rather […]

This UMTS / HSDPA enabled Pocket PC still sports the specs we heard before: 300MHz Samsung processor, 128MB flash and 64MB memory, 2.8-inch display, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, MicroSD, 2.1 megapixel camera, and a secondary videoconferencing camera. Now, check out the rest of the live shots engadget made! Technorati Tags: MDA Vario II, Mobilephones, HTC Hermes, […]