If your geek tendencies have ever desired to shoehorn a computer into your home theater, now's the time to give in.Acer introduced the Aspire X1200 this morning, which for $450 includes on-board NVIDIA GeForce 8200 graphics, an AMD Athlon (remember those?
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Pioneer's scientists have reportedly upped the Blue-ray ante with a 400GB optical disc.The capacity is stretched by manufacturing discs that are 16 layers deep, to be played with a player advanced enough optically to pick up the light scattered by all 16 layers.
It's high time you left the office and got some sunlight.You hear me?
Freeware application and Web service Dropbox instantly backs up and syncs your files over the Internet and to any Windows or Mac computer.Once you install the application, it will create a Dropbox folder on your hard drive.
The Openmoko Neo Freerunner, a Linux-based cell phone that "will help enable ubiquitous computing in the 21st century," will be on sale starting July 4, with shipping to begin July 7.According to company specs, the phone utilizes GNU/Linux and comes with core software for dialing, SMS and recording contacts.
It's not gadget news per se, but if you consider Adobe Flash a tool in your arsenal, this is big news.Posted on Slashdot today is news that Adobe has figured out a way to make Flash crawlable by search engines:Today Adobe systems made an announcement that it has provided technology and information to Google and Yahoo!
According to today's DigiTimes, Asustek Computer is planning to launch new Eee PC models, the 904 and 905 -- which have an 8.9-inch panel but use a similar chassis and keyboard as the company's 10.
There are a lot of ZDNet readers out there who have to give presentations at the office -- and any way to distinguish yourself from the monotonous pack is worthwhile.Thanksfully, iPresentee recently released free Keynote Objects, a package of 100 images suitable for use in Apple Keynote, iWeb and Pages documents (as well as Microsoft Word and Powerpoint, for that matter).
Last night, Pepcom's Digital Experience! came to New York City, and this reporter attended, Nikon D40X in hand, to photograph the festivities for you, our dear readers.
No, it's not quite like the "cone of silence" thing in Get Smart -- hell, it probably costs more -- but it's certainly in the same vein.In this week's offbeat news, the Ovei isolation pod, reportedly launched this week in the UK, will let you scream how "so happy!