What you see here could possibly be Apple’s annual Black Friday deals, where it seems all iPods (save for the iPhone and shuffle) will receive a whopping 30% discount, and Macs will be 25% cheaper while other Apple software and accessories will benefit from a 15% discount. This deal is supposedly legal only for November 27th and at selected Apple stores which will open its doors from 6 in the chilly morning onwards.
At last, Jolicloud is able to work with netbooks that rely on the Intel Atom Z5xx processors alongside the older GMA500 graphics chipset. This Linux-based operating system was originally designed for netbooks, and is meant to make it easier to run web apps as though they were desktop applications themselves. Great to see the more sluggish GMA500 chipset supported though. Currently, Jolicloud is looking for volunteers to help test the OS out on specified hardware in the coming weeks.
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The PowerZoa might be in the prototype stage at the moment, but it is already capable of helping you save money right out of the box. This device can transmit details of your power usage to a secure website, where from there you are able to turn specific devices connected to it on or off. We're just waiting for a cellphone app of the PowerZoa to take off, and then life will be complete. Well, maybe almost.
The Pocket Radar is truly a triumph of miniaturization - this cellphone-sized radar relies on an extremely small, battery-powered “radar-gun” which allows you to measure not only the speed of a vehicle, it can also track how fast that baseball is being pitched. Powered by a couple of AAA batteries, the device is good for up to 10,000 readings which are accurate to plus or minus one mile per hour. Out next spring, there is no price attached to the Pocket Radar just yet, so don't expect to see this under your Christmas tree this holiday season.
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Sony's previous PRS-500 eBook reader has just obtained the ability to support the ePub format, although the price of that would be to send in your PRS-500 to a nearby Sony Service Center, where they will then update your firmware and return it to you within a fortnight. Another way would be to trade in your older device, where you will get a $50 discount off the $199 Reader Pocket Edition or $75 off the $299 Reader Touch Edition. Since both models already support ePub, there ain't no firmware update to grapple with this time round.
Best Buy Mobile knows that times are hard, and they are currently offering a lower price for their HTC Hero and Samsung Moment, retailing for $99.99 after rebates and a new 2-year contract. This is a good $80 discount off the original $179 sticker price, where this deal is good till December. If you're on the lookout for a couple of Android phones at the moment without waiting for the Motorola Droid, this could be it. [Press Release]
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Yet another leak on a Lenovo - this time round it is the T410s that gets a second display-mounted ThinkLight keyboard light, which is most probably more than what most people need. Apparently, additional USB ports have also been thrown into the mix while the overall design has improved by a bit. No further word on specifications, pricing or a release date though.
MSI UK has a great deal going on - printing out a special coupon will allow you to get a free MSI Wind U100 which can be redeemed whenever you pick up any of the MSI X-Slim series notebooks, and those include the X340, X400, X600 and Wind12 U200. This deal is good till the end of the year. It ain't too shabby, either, with the MSI X600 going for £799 while the Wind U100 is priced at £249. Hopefully we'll see similar offers from MSI elsewhere around the world!
By Andrew LiszewskiBesides the themed packaging that just screams Disney, the only thing that brands these USB to USB-mini cables as coming from the ‘house of mouse’ is their non-beige/black/grey colors, and a plastic molded Cars/Princess/Mickey/Toy Story/Stich design on one end of the cable. But surprisingly even though they are tied to Disney, they’re each [...]
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If you're looking for a great discount on a PC this holiday season, you'll be able to find several. Unfortunately, the cuts in price this year might not be close to what we were getting last year. Digitimes reports that last year, some vendors cut their PC...