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Canon 40D DSLR coming soon?

Engadget has stumbled across a shot supposedly taken of a Best Buy computer showing the Canon EOS 40D DSLR in their database with an “in-stock date” of 09-02-2007. If this database entry is accurate and you’re after this new camera, there’s not much more of a wait ahead. Price is indicated at $1599.99 USD and more »

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iZap more battery life into your iPhone

The iZap, a product initially designed to work and function with Apple’s 5th Generation iPod, has reportedly been confirmed as usable on the Apple iPhone. Hooking up the iZap to your iPhone will triple its battery life, giving off 24 hours of talk time on a single recharge in the dock. Perfect for people on more »

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5.6-inch Siren DPF (Digital Photo Frame)

Perfect for any family occasion or party, the new 5.6-inch Siren Digital Photo Frame will look stunning hanging on the wall or sitting on your desk. The $123 device features a large 5.6-inch LCD display and is surrounded by a beautiful dark wood surrounding. It really does look like a normal photo frame, until the more »

New concept keyboard, utilizes magnetic levitation

For anyone, like me, who has struggled with ‘sticky’ keyboards in the past the concept of the ‘Magnet Keyboard’ recently announced in Korea will be intriguing. “Unlike existing rubber or spring type keyboards, the Magnet Keyboard supports better natural and constant typing feeling even though you use it for a long time, by utilizing magnetic more »

New triple-driver Ultimate Ears earphones

It is one of life’s peculiar ironies that as the cost of the portable audio player gets lower, people are spending more and more on their headphones. I am as guilty of this as the next person, but if I am honest when it comes to every day use I am not sure that I more »

Cisco preps for virtualized ‘Data Center 3.0′

In the murky and uncharted territory known as virtulization Cisco have made an early bid for the high ground with the $60,000 VFrame Data Center. Central to their “Data Center 3.0″ road map the VFrame DC is a 1U appliance that links computer, storage and network resources as virtualized network services. It offers a point more »

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Altec Lansing’ audio series ‘FX6021’

I have long been an admirer of Altec Lansing’s products and the ‘FX6021′ which is due to be presented in Korea shortly doesn’t look like it is going to break that admiration. The ‘FX6021’ has a satellite speaker adopting six drive units. It features the company’s InConcert technology which contains a 3-piece system for music, more »

Cheap and cheaper cameras from Fujifilm

With the ‘trend’ certainly towards DSLR and the more ‘serious’ end of the digital camera market, it is often easy to overlook the value of the good old ‘point and shoot’, both in terms of the value per $ and the value of just having one in your pocket, ‘just in case’. On the left more »

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Fuji S8000fd 18x zoom digi cam

If you aren’t ready for the step up to DSLR yet, but want more than a “Point & Shoot” can give you, then the S8000fd from Fujifilm could be for you, if you can wait until September. The 8-megapixels is good, bit not startling in this day and age, but the updated version of the more »

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Virtual credit cards increase online shopping security

If you are one of those people that avoid online shopping through fears over security, then maybe the concept of a virtual credit card is what you are looking for. You sign up for the program (MBNA, Citibank, Discover and PayPal all have them) and download their software. Enter your credit card info, and generate more »

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Dell XPS M1330 faces shipping delays

If you’re (still) waiting on your M1330, you are probably more than aware of the increasingly negative comments over at Direct2Dell. It looks like some orders have finally started to ship, but even they are prone to delay, and it seems that no one has any confidence in the delivery schedules quoted. Still blaming new more »

New ES Receivers from Sony elevate standard of Home Theatre

Adding to its “Elevated Standard” (ES) line Sony have just announced three more models (STR-DA5300ES, STR-DA4300ES and STR-DA3300ES), all packed with features, all presented in very professional black casings, and all supporting both 1080/60p and 24p video formats and upscale video via HDMI up to 1080p (composite, S-video, component and HDMI) Top of the new more »