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QuickPrice

The QuickPrice barcode scanner and search app allows iPhone and iPod touch owners to very quickly search, shop, compare prices, read...

March 24, 2012 by iDisrupt.com

Addonics' $99 GigaNAS adapter

Turn an old storage kit into NAS gold. Veteran storage accessories producer Addonics has a new, low-cost NAS adapter that can turn that old PC into a capacious file server.

July 1, 2014 by

Logitech debuts custom-weight G500 gaming mouse; headset

Logitech on Thursday announced two new PC gaming accessories, the G500 gaming mouse and the G330 behind-the-head gaming headset.The G500 Gaming Mouse, which is an update to the current G5 Laser Mouse, offers improved sensitivity and a new (less ostentatious) design.

August 6, 2009 by

Review: Waterfield Designs MSI Wind Sleevecase and T-Mobile G1 Ultrasuede Slipcase

One of the most important accessories for your mobile gear is a good bag and case. I've been using a Waterfield Designs bag for over 2 years and even though I use it every single day it still looks almost the same as the day I picked it up. I now have a couple Waterfield Designs sleeve cases that I use with my MacBook Pro and Celio REDFLY or Amazon Kindle. My current mobile PC is the MSI Wind (just loaded it up with Windows 7) and I was excited when Waterfield sent me one of these to try out. I was also sent a simple T-Mobile G1 felt slip case and offer some thoughts on it below. You can check out my image gallery that shows both cases in use with my MSI Wind and T-Mobile G1.

January 18, 2009 by

Where consumers spend their money online - video games grew 60% in one year

Product CategoryGrowth, YTYTotal Retail Category (Excludes Travel)6%Video Games, Consoles & Accessories60%Furniture, Appliances & Equipment52%Sport & Fitness40%Event Tickets18%Flowers, Greetings & Misc. Gifts14%Home & Garden6%Consumer Electronics (excluding PC Peripherals)1%Computers, Peripherals & PDAs0%Apparel & Accessories-2%Toys & Hobbies-3%Jewelry & Watches-11%Music, Movies & Videos-29%Source: comScore

November 21, 2008

Amazon Mobile

The Amazon Mobile App allows iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to quickly search, shop, compare prices, read reviews, and make purchases...

October 29, 2011 by Amazon.com

Qualcomm floats 'PC alternative' 3G device

Qualcomm on Wednesday entered the Internet device market with a "PC alternative" designed to give netbooks some competition in emerging markets.The device, dubbed Kayak, is designed to use 3G wireless connectivity and be completely free of landlines and other accessories to connect to the Internet.

November 11, 2008 by

Windows Mobile magazine ends, but iPhone Life launches on September 9th

While I get the majority of my news and content online, I still do subscribe to a few magazines including MacWorld, Laptop, and Smartphone & Pocket PC Magazine. I am very saddened by the news that there will be one final issue of Smartphone & Pocket PC Magazine. As you can read in the press release they are working to make the final issue a "keeper" with lots of Windows Mobile reviews, new tips and how-tos, a guide to best accessories, software, and much more. The final issue will be on newstands in November. However, iPhone Life will launch on September 9th and you can subscribe for only $25 for 2 years of magazines.

August 29, 2008 by

iBRZZAN

The iBRZZAN Mobile App allows iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to quickly search, shop, compare prices, read reviews, and make purchases...

October 4, 2011 by Alghazi

FlipStart handheld PC now available from Dynamism

lipStart, the handheld PC released a couple of months ago, is now available from Dynamism, a reseller of high-performance mobile gear. Previously, the tiny PC was only available directly from the company. A number of accessories including batteries and a port replicator for use on the desktop are also available. Interestingly, the FlipStart can be ordered with either Windows XP Pro or Vista Business installed at the same price of $1999.00.

May 15, 2007 by

OnTheRun with Tablet PCs show #26

James and I are back with show number 26 - a long show (about 66 minutes) talking about our must-have picks for the well-equipped Tablet PC, a great site for deals on hardware and accessories, and some conjecture about what the real story is concerning the HP tc1100 Tablet PC.

July 23, 2006 by

Online sales of PC software and apparel grew by 36% in 2005

According to ComScore Networks, PC software, apparel and accessories were the categories that experienced the highest growth as far as online retailing in 2005, if compared to 2004. Apparel and accessories online sales grew by 36% in 2005, PC software grew by 36% as well, followed by home and garden equipment with 32% growth, toys and hobbies with 32%, jewelry and watches with 27%, event tickets with 26%, furniture with 24% and flowers, greetings and gifts with 23% growth.

January 8, 2006 by

In addition to Media PC 35% would buy wireless speakers

When Parks Associates asked 4,000 US households about possible digital media accessories they'd be interested in, 38% said they would consider wireless speakers, 35% considered an adapter that would allow them to play music stored on PC on the stereo system, and 24% would consider an adapter that would allow digital videos and photos, stored on PC, to be viewed on television.

April 24, 2005 by

In addition to Media PC 35% would buy wireless speakers

When Parks Associates asked 4,000 US households about possible digital media accessories they'd be interested in, 38% said they would consider wireless speakers, 35% considered an adapter that would allow them to play music stored on PC on the stereo system, and 24% would consider an adapter that would allow digital videos and photos, stored on PC, to be viewed on television.

April 24, 2005 by

Memorex nods to the mods

The company jumps into the PC modification market with accessories such as silver cables, glowing fans and cathode tubes that illuminate a PC's insides.

October 21, 2003 by

Consumers win big after Dell price gaffe

Dell Computer sold flat-panel displays and other computer accessories for pennies for about half an hour on Wednesday. The Round Rock, Texas, PC maker posted erroneous pricing information on its software and peripherals Web site during a pricing update, which occurred Wednesday morning.

February 21, 2003 by

Gateway re-evaluating oversea biz

As it continues to revamp its business, PC maker Gateway is reevaluating whether to stay in any of its overseas markets.In recent months, Gateway has outlined a new strategy focused on selling PCs, software, accessories and training as a "solution" to consumers and small businesses.

August 7, 2001 by

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