Today Fujifilm announced the chic FinePix Z200fd part of their Z series the Z200fd is a compact, sleek and stylish 10 mega pixel digital camera with 5x zoom, that comes in four colors. (Black, Pink, Red and Silver)
The camera will be available in September and will retail for $299.95 at major retail stores such as Best Buy and Circuit City.
After meeting w/ HP yesterday about their upcoming cool products, Radiris and I decided to grab a quick bite at Fridays.
You expect to see weird things in NYC, but very often these random things cross the line and get into the “bizarre” category. As we’re grubbing, we all of a sudden hear, “Only in NYC”, “Oh my goodness”, “What the hell is he doing?”, etc…
Toshiba is known for fantastic notebooks that are well built and last a long time. In fact, those who have had a Toshiba notebook always love it, regardless if it’s a top of the line model or not. In my opinion that’s because Toshiba notebooks are quality built regardless if it’s a budget machine or not, you can’t say that for every OEM.
The Satellite Pro L300D is one of the sweetest basic no frills notebooks around, it gets the job done and it’s powerful.
I am almost embarrassed to admit this, but before I met Mike and before yesterday I had never ever heard of AMD.
I went to their showcase event yesterday and thought, “what the freak? What rock have I been living under?” These dudes are everywhere – except they’re in the INSIDE. That’s why I never knew who they were.
I was in a room surrounded by gaming machines, cute laptops, sexier ones connected to TVs and a freaking Wii. AMD – I apologize for being so naive. Ya’ll are cool in my book. Now when I see a little “AMD” sticker on anything, I know I’ll be getting a bang for my buck.
Dubbed the Green PC, Dell today launched it’s Studio Hybrid Desktop. It isn’t called Hybrid because it uses both electricity and gas to power it but because you can stand it up Vertically or lay it down diagonally, which makes them great for an apartment with little room or even a Dorm Room.
The Studio Hybrid desktops are also pretty sleek looking and it probably has the smallest form factor of any desktop available from any of the Major OEMs (Original Equipment Manufactures).
Microsoft’s Mojave Experiment went live today, in the experiment they take users who dislike Windows Vista and show them a new version of Windows codenamed “Mojave”. Mojave is actually Windows Vista.
The Vista Skeptics in the video are amazed and love Mojave, even though they dislike Vista. They claim Mojave is faster and easier to use and when they are told it’s Windows Vista they are all shocked.
A average rating of Windows Vista was 4.4 and after they saw Mojave it was 8.4. Most of the videos praised Mojave and essentially Vista afterwards.
Microsoft used a HP Pavilion DV2500. It had 2GB of RAM and was running an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T7500 @ 2.20GHz. The OS was a 32 bit version of Windows Vista Ultimate.
Mary Jo Foley is curious to the results if Apple conducted the experiment. I think if Steve Jobs and Company did conduct the experiment we would never see the videos.
Man, oh man, oh man – what a work out! After playing Top Spin 3 for the Wii for nearly 4 hours I am beat and I want to go for 4 more because even though I am beat and my arm is killing me the game is so much fun.
I have been waiting for this game for nearly a year, ever since I first played the demo. I fell in love with the game and have been anticipating its launch for a while now, and now that I have it my life feels complete… not.
Last week Microsoft released a patch or some have called it a service pack of sorts for Windows Home Server. The patch fixed a corruption bug and added 64-bit support and some other things to help improve the stability of the OS.
HP also released their version of the patch and then some. HP has basically added two new add-ons to their homeserver (McAfee Total Protection Service and PacketVideo’s PVConnect Media Server) which are giving a lot of people issues. Rafael from withinwindows.com is having major issues.
I have pinged HP for comment, and will let you know what they say. But from my experience and as I told Rafael, I would suspect that Mcafee paid HP to add their trial and Packet video was paid by HP to be included in the update.
We have decided to give you guys our FeedBurner feed, I received an email from someone saying they prefer feed burner, so I decided to share the URL for it.
The URL for our Feedburner RSS feed is: http://feeds.feedburner.com/hardwaregeeks/FZrN
I won’t make a long post, just read my post about Microsoft wanting to steal your Music and change every instance of Microsoft to Yahoo.
I just think it is absurd that campaniles feel they have a right to stop issuing a key they sold us. They need to give credit to users to use at a different store.
When they decided to sell DRM’ed music they should of foreseen this. It isn’t my fault or other Yahoo Music Buyers fault that the partnered with Rhapsody. Don’t screw your users over Yahoo.
UPDATE: Yahoo is looking at ways to refund people for the DRM music they bought. They are looking to give you a DRM free version or just refund what ever you paid. MSN is also considering the same thing.