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Apple posted the 16GB iPhone and the 32GB iTouch today on their website. Both are listed at $499 and are available immediately. ...

Looks like even Microsoft will be borrowing money to make their latest purchase. Assuming the bid is accepted and gets approval from the feds. In staying with the American trend of borrowing money for just about every purchase, Microsoft...

I love playing with smoke bombs. Not really sure what caused this addiction, but it is very real. I have tried just about every type of smoke bomb available from the ones you buy at firework stands to the ones you mail order that look like sticks of dynamite. In hunting for the best smoke I have even bought units made to smoke...

Microsoft, again, makes a signifcant bid for Yahoo. Both Yahoo and Microsoft face steep competition from Google with regard to their internet business units. Even if Yahoo and it’s shareholders agree to the deal there is no guarantee antitrust issues will allow it to happen. Either way this story will play out over many months. The $31-a-share offer is a...

eBay is raising the rates again! The best part is the sneaky way they are going about the increases. They are lowering the insertion fee (the cheapest part of the transaction) while raising the percentages for the final value fees. So you will save 5 pennies on the insertion...

Posted on Jan 29 2008 - 5:16pm by Gadget King
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This is a tough one to categorize! The biggest letters on the can should be something to the effect of, “Object in can may look different than actual product”. The title on the can is –

A simple but fun office prank that is quick and easy to do. Make the ones you love think that their LCD screen has been cracked and broken.

If you are the type who can’t leave well enough alone with regards to your Wii … and you want to run Linux here goes. All you need is a modified...

The bloated Microsoft Vista operating system gets a personal trainer to shed some fat. A free software tool created by Dino Nuhagic called vLite promises to slim the pig down a bit. If you are already dating the chubby Vista don’t get too excited. The software only allows users to remove Vista...

Considering the level of innovation at Palm for the last, say umm 5+ years (?) this is not a total surpise.  Still a bit sad, as this seems to be yet another nail in the coffin for Palm as a company.  Personally I like the Palm product even though it hasn’t changed much in quite some time.  Between the layoffs, the flopped