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We already knew that A-Data was planning a 2.5-inch, 128-GB Solid State Disk, but the company just announced an SSD drive for the 1.8-inch market as well. The smaller drive will be available in 32- and 64-GB capacities in a standard SATA or PATA interface, along […] Read more »

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I’ve gotten a few queries about the charging station I mentioned that I got for Christmas so I wanted to give a photo of it in action and post a link to find it online. Here’s a snap of the i-Dog (music will play, NSFW) jamming […] Read more »

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Kevin and I want to wish each and every one of you and your family a very safe and happy holiday!  It is a time of year to spend good times with friends and family and we hope you get the chance to do that.  We […] Read more »

‘Twas the geek’s night before Christmas, and all through the house, Not a hard drive was whirring, not a single clicking mouse; The gadgets were charging in their docks with care, In hopes that St. Nick shopped at Best Buy this year; The geeks were all […] Read more »

The dream of a Mac Tablet was fueled last year by the ModBook, essentially a MacBook that Axiotron converts into a Tablet PC.  They have been supposedly going to launch and ship for a year but every few months came up with excuses that prevented that […] Read more »

Loren Heiny ordered one of those new Toshiba M700 dual digitizer Tablet PCs and when he found out that Toshiba wasn’t shipping them with touch digitizers he cancelled his order.  He’s posted about an unexpected shipment, it seems that Toshiba didn’t cancel his order and shipped […] Read more »

Yesterday I had a lot of free time due to the long holiday weekend and decided to rebuild my MacBook Pro (MBP).  It seemed a fitting time as I totally rearranged my home office to make it better for working extended periods mostly to get ready […] Read more »

I’ve read a few posts recently about what I term "Vanity Googling", you know searching for your own name on Google to see what you find.  The articles I read said that everyone should check what Google has to say about you and I must admit […] Read more »

It’s that special time of year that we geeks all look forward to, that time of the year when we get to spend time doing what we love and with those who mean the most to us.  I’m talking about CES time, of course.  :)  There’s […] Read more »

Here’s a nifty little backup solution for your mail and it’s free. MailStore is a Windows application that will backup all of your mail, and not just from Outlook or Outlook Express. It supports mail storage from Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Windows Mail, Exchange, and (most attractive to […] Read more »

We know how serious Apple protects their upcoming releases and have always been aggressive in going after those who divulge what they feel is too much information about unannounced products.  Earlier this year they sued the long-running Apple rumor site Think Secret for divulging such advance […] Read more »

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