Archive for December, 2008

H a p p y N e w Y e a r !…

H a p p y N e w Y e a r !!! We’re getting it in now while we still can :)

Happy Holidays

We wanted to send a quick hello and happy holidays to all of our readers. See you on the other side of new year.

Asus Eee 901 8.9″ Netbook Review (Part One)

We put Asus’s 8.9″ screen netbook through its paces. Will it emerge a winner?

Paul Ross Canvas: Hilarious Amazon ‘Reviews’

One of the fears/ dangers of opening up to public comments on a Web site is that someone will get involved who has the ability to produce words at a remarkable pace and those words will be destructive. Another outcome is that they’re hilarious.

Google: Old School Error Page

Don’t you just love Google’s old school Error Page? It reminds us of a time of innocence in the company. One that feels many light years ago. Ahhh… happy days.

OpenTape To Benefit From MixWit Closure?

If you haven’t heard, mxiwit, the great Web service that lets people create their own online mixtape, complete with a player that looks like a real old compact cassette tape with rotating reels, is closing, describing their situation as being “between a rock and a hard place.” There’s two pieces of good news to add [...]

Peek Email Device: Hands On

We take a look at the ‘only mobile device devoted solely to email.’

Last.fm: Mobile Via Vodafone Deal (video)

Last.fm is expanding their service away from just computers on to mobile phones, with Vodafone. It looks like the relatively recent corporate owners of Last.fm, CBS, are flexing their biz dev muscles, aiming to gain back some of the considerable investment they made in the music service.

Our Gadgets On The Streets Of New York (Part Two)

In part one we rated the Palm Centro, the Asus Eee 901 netbook and LG GSA-E5ON portable CD/DVD rewriter as travelling companions. Read on for our round up. Maxtor OneTouch 4 Mini With only 12GB of storage available on the Eee 901, we needed to back up our precious photo files on to this handy [...]

Palm Nova OS To Be Unveiled At CES

The long, looong awaited new Palm OS to be shown off early next year.