I don’t know what these guys are thinking but here’s an ugly bold box called a PC.Â From the front it looks like a toaster for only one slice of bread.Â From the side it’s got a handle for only god knows why. With all the fancy gold on the outside, I’m curious what the back looks like.Â Probably your standard PC output panel. In case you are wondering, we have no idea how much this gold gem costs but we do know it’s got a Dual Core 2.0 processor, eight USB ports, 100GB HDD and 4GB of RAM. As Music Radar stats:Â “I bet it still crashes!” Source:Â MusicRadar via UberGizmo. Continue Reading
Archive for October, 2008
The program Datz.com is promoting is a $100 membership fee which gives you access to download as much content as you want.Â The membership comes with a CD and a loaded USB stick.Â It seems the USB music album continues to grow in popularity.Â The fee will last you 12 months, but what you accomplish in downloads is yours for life.Â Transfer, burn or copy those MP3 to any number of players you want. Some of the record labels Datz.com is claiming you’ll get include EMI, Warner Bros Records, Beggars Group and The Orchard.
What’s the catch? Well, there’s an ominous phrase in the press release, “…a wide selection of new music released in 2009 will be available to Datz Music Lounge members,” indicating that perhaps not all of the new releases will be available?In either event, if you love music and can part with a C note – Datz might be worth a shot. Source:Â ShinyShiny.tv. Continue Reading
Providing security to USB drives is a growing problem for many companies but with Cryptzoneâ€™s solution, companies can now take control of this problem. Secured eUSB can convert any existing USB flash drive into a secure means of transporting sensitive data. The new version of Secured eUSB, version 4.0, will enable users to encrypt, decrypt, compress and password-protect personal files â€“ even entire folders â€“ stored on USB drives. Operating on the Windows platform Continue Reading
The idea is using electromagnetic radiation shot off by USB cables to decrypt the information flowing over them to crack your security and privacy.Â The crew at Security and Cryptography Lab at Switzerland’s EPFL have managed to eavesdrop wired keyboards and track keystrokes made by the user. What gets really crazy, is the electromagnetic eavesdropping, or cracking, can be administered up to 65 feet away.Â It’s clear that no one is safe. Continue Reading
The lamp slide holds up to 36 slides and comes in three different sizes [lengths] of 2, 4 and 6 feet.Â Prices start at $140 and end just above $200.
It’s definitely a conversation piece as the design is very unique.Â However, we feel the conversation will be more along the lines of Continue Reading