Tablets and smartphone are our constant companions these days. It would be difficult to imagine life now withou tthese gadgets. Why, we can do a lot of things with our gizmos from communication to work to entertainment. The phone or tablet can even be used as remote. Read more
I’ve always wanted a sofa with built-in speakers or better yet one with a docking station for the iPhone or iPod. I have not seen anything like it since today. The Sound Sofa is just perfect for an audiophile’s living room. Read more
If you’re in the market for something not-Apple branded then maybe you could add iRiver’s B100 PMP in your to-buy list. This media player gives you up to 36 hours of OGG, WAV, APE and ASF and a lot more types of media codecs. The screen is generous at 3.1-inches and is TFT but with a 320 x 480 resolution you may have to look somewhere else for watching videos. Launching in Japan today, 4GB models retail at around $144 while the bigger 8GB versions sell for $168. via
Who still uses a boombox? I don’t know anybody who uses such nowadays but maybe this Energy Music Box Z400 could get you dance to the beat like the old times. Read more
Record companies are suing Limewire, the P2P sharing software company who had users download music illegally, for the amount of $75,000,000,000,000 only.
Seventy-five trillion US dollars. Ok, so let’s put Wolfram Alpha into work here. A single US dollar bill is about .0043 inches thick and if ten billion hundred dollar bills total to 43,000,000 inches tall when stacked, $75 trillion is what? 430 quadrillion inches equivalent to 8,600,000,000,000,000,000,000 audio CDs when stacked together (audio CDs are about .05 inches thick). And pushing the comparisons into the extremes, 75 trillion dollara in $100 dollar bills when stacked together takes 6,923,000,000,000,000 Justin Biebers made into a human totem-pole, which is not humanly possible (despite the Bieb’s mantra of ‘Never Say Never). Yes, we admit these comparisons has become really ridiculous, but the record companies’ 75-trillion-buck claim is mind-boggingly more ridiculous and as per what Manhattan Federal Judge Kimba Wood calls it: absurd. Read more
CES will open with Kodak rolling out a number of new products. There are new digital cameras, video cameras, displays, and more. Here’s a rundown on the products and the specs: Read more
For $200, this Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth Speaker can impress you. The pair is now available at some Best Buy retail stores and Apple stores. Specs include a built-in mic, 10-hour battery, and 85 decibel output capacity offering high-quality audio. Read more
Creative just rolled out their latest ZEN players. There are two series actually, the ZEN X-Fi Style and the ZEN Style series. These portable media players feature similar specs to the previous models but of course, the designs have been updated. Read more
The Samsung Beat R1 has already been priced as featured yesterday. Just recently, the R0 MP3 was released for the mobile audiophiles.
Congratulations to Apple for hitting 10 billion downloads since iTunes store was first launched. The 10-billionaire user was very lucky to be given a $10,000 gift card (what, no cash?). Ten grand is a lot I wonder how that lucky person will be able to finish off the card. Can’t he just exchange it for cash so that he or she could buy more Apple products? Read more