The Auto + USBoombox is something cute and chic, since it features a head that is made out of a casette tape, carrying around a boombox which hides a 1GB USB flash drive in reality. Each version of the Auto + USBoombox will also include an exclusive soundtrack. Hmmm, doesn't sound as though this MP3 player is going to light up the world anytime soon with its prowess (or rather, lack of it), and the $60 price tag might just turn most people off due to the perceived lack of value, but collectors will think otherwise.
Software for the Energizer Duo USB battery can be pretty dangerous - after all, it comes with a backdoor that potentially enables an attacker to remotely take control of a Windows-based computer. Good to know that Energizer and US-CERT (U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team) are aware of the situation and has issued a warning to the masses, with the latter stating that "The installer for the Energizer Duo software places the file UsbCharger.dll in the application's directory and Arucer.dll in the Windows system32 directory. Arucer.dll is a backdoor that allows unauthorized remote system access via accepting connections on 7777/tcp. Its capabilities include the ability to list directories, send and receive files, and execute programs." Energizer on their part has discontinued sale of this product, while removing the site to download the software as investigations are ongoing as to how this Trojan code managed to get into the software in the first place.
i know the 32 gb touch will cost double and i will get less memory. but touch has more feratures and has flash memory isnted of hard drive. i heard flash is better. The zune has a big screen, wifi, it is dirable and has a radio, it also has great head [...]
Google will be introducing a Business version of their Chrome OS that will hit netbooks from next year onwards, which might seem like a long time from now but actually isn't. The security engineers at Google have stated that this version will have "more management muscle". Apart from that, it seems that Chrome-powered netbooks will also feature a hardware-switch located right under the battery that would trigger "developer mode". When using this mode, certain special security functions will be turned-off in order to enable the developer to muck around with Chrome’s code.
Gone are the days of hisses and beeps. Now, most of us log on to the Internet through silent, fast — and often pricey — broadband connections. But at a time when many families are trying to trim the monthly budget, there may be alternatives to those plans. Omar Gallaga of the Austin American-Statesman offers [...]
Playing a foul-mouthed, gun-toting grandma made Tyler Perry a big — and frequently criticized — name in black entertainment. But Perry, who was an executive producer on the Oscar-winning film Precious, is now looking to take his work in a new direction.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.usFrom NPR Topics: Movies
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Western Digital has been the leading name in consumer storage technology since the early 1970's. Just in time for their 40th anniversary, the WD SiliconEdge-Blue Solid State Drive debuts as the first consumer SSD they've ever offered. Based on the JMicron JMF612 SATA-3Gbps SSD processor, the SiliconEdge-Blue promises 250/170Mbps read and write transfers with 5000-4KB IOPS. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the WD SiliconEdge-Blue SSD, 256GB model SSC-D0256SC-2100, against a myriad of high-performance solid-state enthusiast storage devices.
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Overstock.com offers the Unlocked Sierra Wireless 875 3G Wireless PCMCIA PC Card for $22.99 with $2.95 for shipping. It's the lowest total price we could find by $16. This device plugs into a laptop's PCMCIA slot, providing broadband-like 3.6 Mbps Internet...
T-Mobile, the wireless provider that brought out the first Google Android phone in the US and is the exclusive carrier for the Google-built Nexus One, has announced that it will now use Google as the default search engine for all of its handheld devices....