Latest Tech News – 14 January

by Tiago

Prices go down for HD DVD players On the never-ending fight between HD and Blu-Ray, one company decided to cut down the price of the players, and I’m talking about Toshiba. With that being said, HD DVD players will be 40% or 50% cheaper, which means that the final price can go from the lowest being $150, up to the highest of $400.

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Netflix offers unlimited streaming movies to customers

by Chris

Netflix

Rumors have been flying around that Steve Jobs will announce downloadable movie rentals via iTunes during his keynote speech tomorrow. The rumor pegs the price per download as being $3.99 per movie. That’s pretty close to what you’re going to pay for a new release at your local Blockbuster store. What does this mean for Netflix? It’s obvious that they’re a little worried about it, as they have announced unlimited …

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Macworld – There’s something in the air

by Chris

MacBook Air - Rumor

I’ve been a Mac user for a very long time. Well, I guess I can’t say that I am anymore, as I haven’t bought a new one in several years, and most of my work is done on a PC. I’m still a loyal Apple fan at heart, so I tend to follow the news waiting for that one announcement that’s going to make me finally take the plunge and …

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Latest Tech News – 11 of January

by Tiago

MySpace Celebrity

MySpace to get new Celebrity site MySpace has received a new addition in the form of a website dedicated to celebrities, and everything that relates to them, such as “behind-the-scenes” content. The website can be viewed at – http://celebrity.myspace.com – and contains a small index of real celebrities that have a real MySpace profile, unlike the other thousand which are fake. At the moment, there are more than 300 celeb …

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Apple set to lower iTunes prices in the UK

by Chris

iTunes

Good news for UK music lovers. Apple has announced that they will be offering iTunes tracks at the same 99 euro cent price that others in Europe already enjoy. This of course is in response to a formal complaint filed with the UK’s Office of Fair Trading, which eventually found its way to the European Commission.

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Latest Tech News – 9 January

by Tiago

Weather.com

Weather.com for sale According to Landmark Communications, the weather.com domain name is now for sale, and as you can image just by reading the domain, it is valued pretty high – maybe up to $5 billion. Besides the domain itself, the buyers also get The Weather Channel – software and more. Here are some realistic numbers so you can see why it costs that much: leader of the market on …

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Neonode N2 Cell phone

by Mark R

Neonode N2

To all those who work for Neonode, let it me known that the employee known as Claudia deserves a raise. The reason being is because there were many booths at CES 2008 that ignored me completely, even though I could bring them some easy press. However, Claudia came right up to me and showed me the Neonode N2, and she had me at hello. She was legitimately excited about this …

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New Apple Xserve: First 8 Core Verson

by Carolyn

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The second announcement from Apple today (the first being the new 8 Core Mac Pro) brings us a new Apple Xserve. Starting at just $2,999, the new Xserve has up to two Quad-Core 3.0 GHz Intel Xeon processors for 8-core performance, a new server architecture, faster front side buses, faster memory, up to 3TB of internal storage and two PCI Express 2.0 expansion slots for greater performance and flexibility. “With …

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