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Trade in your Headphones cash back offer

 Time to upgrade your headphones or ear buds for some high-quality iPod music listening? Not to mention some high-quality VoIPing, Skyping, etc. etc. Well, why not get cash back for your headphones to offset the costs of a new one?...

Nokia N78 Comes to U.S.

Gadgety mobile phone lovers across the United States can now buy the newest Nokia Nseries device -  the Nokia N78, which hits American store shelves today. Featuring integrated A-GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and high-speed...

Apple & AT&T Heading for Splitsville?

CNET recently ran a great story about how Apple and AT&T may be at the end of their exclusivity deal with the iPhone. Ahh, the stuff that dreams are made of ... Read the whole story -- with surmises...

Krusell's Top 10 Mobile Phones for May

And now, for all you stat junkies, Krusell's Top 10 selling mobile phones for May 2008 (and the iPhone is not #1): 1. Nokia 3109/3110 2. Nokia 6300 3. Nokia E51 4. Sony Ericsson K810i 5. HTC Diamond 6....

Let's Not Forget About Samsung's New Mobile Phone

Gizmodo had it right when they said today was the worst day to announce a new mobile phone -- unless you were Apple. But let's give Samsung some space for its new 3G Omnia. It includes face and smile...

Apple iPhone 2.0: Twice as Much for Half as Much

Not surprising, the new Apple iPhone is all over the media -- both old and new -- today. And what is it you ask? It's phone, iPod, Internet and more, according to Apple. The iPhone 3G offers fast 3G...

sipgate adds SIP-based VoIP support to iPhone

sipgate today announced the a free VoIP application for the iPhone that they claim will allow consumers to use virtually every any VoIP service on the iPhone. sipgate claims that iPhone users can make and receive VoIP calls from their...

Apple Going Back to School Starting Tomorrow?

Apple is expected to launch its "Back to School" promo tomorrow, and it looks to be bigger and better than ever! According to MacRumors, Apple will be offering a free 8GB iPod Touch ($299) or an 8GB iPod Nano...

GPhone Update -- Wait, What GPhone?

If Apple has an iPhone, then Google has a GPhone, right? Well, not really ... since the guys from Cap G are not looking to build their own phone -- or are they? For the latest on this news...

When One Less Gadget Is Better -- Set-Top Boxes Going Bye-Bye?

Sony has joined forces with six of the top cable companies in the U.S. to adopt tru2way technology in its TVs, thus eliminating the need for a set-top box when accessing television and other interactive services. and anyone else...

CinemaNow Brings Movie Downloads to Windows Media Center

CinemaNow was one of the first to offer downloadable video content on-demand, but has been lost in the shuffle of competitors like Apple, Amazon, and Netflix for their digital movie, music, & TV downloads. And of course you have the big...

Looking to Predict Apple's Future

Predicting the new gadgets that Apple might throw at us is a favorite parlor game of the technology industry, Wall Street and the blogosphere. The latest chatter is that Steve Jobs will reveal at a developer conference beginning June...

Apple Takes Lead in $1K+ Computer Market

Everybody knows that Apple is kicking butt, and now research force NPD has reported huge growth in Apple's share of the so-called “premium” computer market — machines that cost more than $1,000. Less than 18% in January 2006, by...

Touch-Screen BlackBerry Coming!?

According to reports in today's Wall Street Journal and on CNBC, pesky Research In Motion (RIM) plans to introduce a touch-screen version of its BlackBerry to thwart the challenge posed by the popularity of Apple's iPhone. (And no wonder...

Apple Pays Up Over Battery Woes

Apple has agreed to pay refunds of $25 to $79 to more than 2 million Mac owners to resolve claims that some of its power adapters were prone to spark. Nice to see cash actually going to the consumers...

Real iPhone Competition?

High Tech ComputerUnveiled in London with plans for European sales next month, this follows the Touch, which has sold well since its launch last June, a few weeks before the iPhone launch.Plans are for the phone to be available in...

Zune To Come with Copyright 'Cop'?

Now we know some (at least) of the reason that NBC pulled its TV shows, etc., out of iTunes and threw its lot in with Zune -- pricing and copyright protection. In a nutshell, NBC doesn't want to price...

iPort Keeps It Simple

The iPort FS is a free-standing docking system that enables an Apple iPod to become integrated into a whole-home audio system, and it can be used as a source in a variety of local audio systems. The small iPort...

Zune Marches On!

Microsoft just announced that Zune, the company’s "all-in-one digital entertainment brand," is adding new software features and content to the Zune online store, music community and Zune Pass monthly subscription service. Of particular note, Zune is expanding its video store...

Taking a Slice Out of Apple's Time Machine

No doubt about it, but Apple's Time Machine is a wonderful piece of magic, er software, that enables you to easily backup your computer and then easily see all of the files you've backed up. Trouble is that you can...

New iMac Specs Are Good To Have ...

Thanks to ZDNet for publishing a quick rundown of the specs for the new iMacs launched today. Having moved from PC to the now almost-current iMac and the fabulous new MacBook Pro, you have to tip your hat to...

JAJAH Mobile VoIP client for the iPhone

JAJAH, today announced that it is building on its current Apple iPhone call-back offering by participating in the iPhone Developer Program "to create possibly the first native global VoIP application." Sorry, Jajah, but truphone beat you to it with their...

Skype and other VoIP Apps on Mobile Phones

It seems new software comes out daily that enables you to run a VoIP application, such as Skype, on your mobile phone natively, through a bridged gateway, or using the Skype API. While Skype is certainly the most popular VoIP...

VoIP on Apple iPhone a No Go unless over WiFi

At the Apple iPhone SDK event, Steve Jobs stated that if someone develops a VoIP program for the iPhone, Apple will allow it if it goes over WiFi and not the cellular network. Apple will in fact BLOCK VoIP applications...

Touchmods VoIP App for the Apple iPhone Sparks Controversy

Touchmods created a storm of interest when they announced a hack that adds a microphone to the Apple iPod touch and a SIP-based VoIP application that runs on the Apple iPod touch. Well controversy is brewing on Touchmods.net. Yesterday they...
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