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2008-01-18 21:10
Some of the best devices at MacWorld aren’t from Apple When it comes to gadgets with massive sex appeal, Apple knows how to get our motors running. The new MacBook Air, is certainly hi… Read More
2008-01-18 18:50
PopSci just received NDP's video game industry sales results for 2007, meaning we finally have the data to close two New Year's stocks: MADDEN and WIISALES. Both pay out at $0. Madden Footba… Read More
2008-01-15 23:14
Ultrathin Laptop, New Updates for iPhone, Apple TV Macworld Conference and Expo officially kicked off today as Apple CEO Steve Jobs took center stage and unveiled two new products, including… Read More
2008-01-15 21:51
A company called PhotoThera is testing a laser-based treatment for stroke victims that's designed to stimulate the brain, and help patients recover faster. The device directs an infrared bea… Read More
2008-01-15 21:50
The FDA announced today that meat and milk from cloned animals are just as safe as the normal stuff. Other nations have already come to the same conclusion, but this is still a major regulat… Read More
2008-01-15 21:46
Stanford researchers have figured out a way to incorporate silicon nanowires into rechargeable lithium ion batteries and extend their life from 4 to 40 hours. The work, described in a paper… Read More
2008-01-15 21:45
Why wait to buy when you can download now? While the MacBook Air was certainly the sex symbol of Steve Jobs’s MacWorld keynote today, the product with the biggest impact may be the new… Read More
2008-01-15 21:22
What's the crummiest phone out there? Probably an issue of personal preference, unless you're basing it on which breaks most easily. In that case, it's the Razr V3. SquareTrade, an independe… Read More
2008-01-15 19:09
We have a few delistings and halts going on today. First, despite the bad news for HD-DVD that surfaced last week, there were more titles available on HD-DVD than Blu-Ray at the year's end… Read More
2008-01-14 19:16
Welcome to the inaugural posting of The Grouse, where once a week I’ll be ranting (and very occasionally raving) about tech, gadgets and the like that I find to be frustrating, or lack… Read More

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