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January 9th, 2006
Optimus ‘Digital’ Keyboard To Be Expected On February 1?

This new keyboard could be what to expect in the future. It seems like it is pretty clever by giving users the ultimate in customization. There will be no more putting those little sticker logos on your keyboard to represent the shortcut, now you will use the actual icon.

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January 9th, 2006
Codes To Get 94 Free Prints From Shutterfly Online

This is how you can get 94 free prints from Shutterfly photo service: Go Here and create a new account. This will give you 10-(4x6 prints), 2-(5x7 prints), and 2-(8x10 prints). To get 80 more 4x6 prints you can add the code FL50-PRTS and the code 30UP-ROMI. That's it, you should now have 94 free prints in your account ready to be used.

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January 8th, 2006
Windows Vista – Have To Restart Less And Use Standby More

Many users hate having to restart their computers because of how time consuming it is. Besides it being time consuming, it is also frustrating because the reason we are restarting it is because of a problem we're having.

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January 8th, 2006
You Can Buy Your Dell 3007WFP For $2,199

We have all heard of the release of Dell's 30" monster, but now you can actually get it from Dell. Dell also provides a 3D view of the monitor so users will see what they are getting from all angles. Personally, I am a 24" Dell monitor owner and I can't see paying three times as much for this beauty. Without a doubt, people will find ways to save some money on this.

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January 7th, 2006
Bottled Google Water Being Sold On eBay

With all the weird things that are getting sold on eBay, it is no surprise that this is as well. This Google bottled water is a trademark infringement because Google has not approved it. It was found in Iraq by a Marine.

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January 7th, 2006
Kodak Teams Up With Skype To Provide Photo Sharing Service

Kodak and Skype have apparently joined forces to give users a photo sharing service that you can put your own voice behind. Kodak gives users the ability to show a slide show of pictures to someone else in a different location all while narrating the whole show.

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January 7th, 2006
Dell And Google Team Up To Create A Personalized Home Page

It appears that a user over at Google Blogoscoped has shown what the Dell Home Page is on a new Dell computer. I purchased a Dell computer in October of 2005 and my web browser was not configured with this so it must be pretty recent.

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January 7th, 2006
Login To Your Computer By Waving Your Hand

A 29-year old person from Vancouver has invented a chip that is placed in your hand that will store your computer passwords. This would be a convenient way to ensure that people don't forget their passwords. Besides being able to store your passwords, it will be able to unlock your doors and I am sure many other things (maybe unlock your car or even start it).

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January 6th, 2006
AtomChip Super Notebook Computer – For Only $18,500

If you have some spare cash lying around (that is, enough to buy a new car) then you might want to look into the Super Notebook Computer from AtomChip.

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January 6th, 2006
Google Releases A Whole Package Of Software

Of course Google can't stand back and watch Microsoft take the cake for all the publicity on the recent beta of Office 12 and Vista, so Google came out with a whole package of software! The package includes some of Google's very own software like Google Talk and Google Earth, but also includes software from other sources.

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January 6th, 2006
Dell Unveils The Ultimate XPS Gaming Machine

Dell is releasing quite a powerhouse for all those people out there that are going to have $4,000 to $7,000 to drop at one time. I don't think these will be selling like hot cakes, but I am sure there will be some of those ultimate gamers that will go in debt over buying this machine.

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January 6th, 2006
New Tivo Is Going To Have 6 TV Tuners

With ReplayTV using computers as their device to control TV, Tivo is has something up their sleeve also. At CES Tivo displayed the Series 3 model which will include 6 TV tuners with it: '2 cable tuners, 2 ATSC tuners (for high definition over the air) and 2 regular old NTSC tuners'.

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January 5th, 2006
Dell Inches Closer To The 30″ Flat Panel Monitor Release

Rumors have been flying forever about Dell releasing a monitor to compete with the 30" Apple Cinema display, and news about the price is finally starting to roll in.

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January 5th, 2006
Toshiba Unveils Their Dual Core Tablet PC

Toshiba has shown the truly powerful Tablet PC, the M400, which runs on a Dual Core Yonah Processor developed by Intel. This baby clocks in at 1.83GHz which doesn't sound like it is super fast, but remember it is dual core! This would be a definitely cool replacement for my current Tablet PC, but I am sure the price tag will push me away!

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January 5th, 2006
Skype 2.0 Features Many Updates And Bug Fixes

Featuring the much anticipated video conferencing ability, Skype 2.0 has been released with a bang. The new version just released earlier today has various new features as well as many bug improvements from the previous betas. This is a big step for Skype as it is making its way to be an everyday utility used by millions of people around the World.

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January 5th, 2006
Microsoft Has Released A Patch To Fix MCE In Vista 5270

If you are a legal Microsoft Windows Vista 5270 user then you are now able to download the patch that will fix the Media Center capabilities. Even Microsoft was having issues with Vista at CES because of this problem which is probably what pushed for them to get a patch so quickly.

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January 5th, 2006
Get Some Deals From Dell On Canon Digital Cameras

In order to maximize this deal you need to purchase a $45 off of $400 coupon from eBay.

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January 5th, 2006
Soon You May Be Able To Watch TV On Your Mobile Device

With all the new stuff that is being released at CES comes a mobile video device. This little gadget from Slingbox will allow a user to watch television from their home TV via broadband Internet. This could be a popular device with the emerging wireless video technologies from carriers such as Sprint. It could give Multimedia phone sales quite a boost if this gets manufactured soon.

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January 5th, 2006
Microsoft Shows Off New Windows Vista Sidebar

Microsoft is showing off the new Windows Vista Sidebar on their new Vista Site. It definitely has some graphical and usability enhancements from back when we saw it in Windows Longhorn 4074. Hopefully it also won't suck up all of your computers resources and create memory leaks like they had in previous versions of the sidebar. Looks pretty slick though!

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January 5th, 2006
Microsoft Redesigns The Windows Vista Site

Microsoft has redesigned the Microsoft Windows Vista Home Page to make it more graphically enhanced. They also added more screenshots and has plans on going more in depth into the new features that are going to be implemented.

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