DLTV - Episode 86 - Tuesday August 15, 2006

 

NEWS
• Dell Announces Massive Laptop Battery Recall
• Is your notebook affected? Follow the instructions at Dell's Battery Recall Page
• Three solid MP3 players that aren't iPod nanos: Creative's Zen V Plus, the SanDisk Sansa e260 and iriver's clix
• Are the new Intel powered Mac Pro desktops fast? Greg thought "we mind find MacInTouch's H.264 benchmarks of interest." Damn right we do; we're looking to get our hands on one ASAP.
• Garrett reminds us that the WiFi at most truckstops isn't free... but lots of motels have free WiFi when you're on the road. Just... park...near... them.
• Is it DLTV, DL.TV or DigitalLife TV? We've got answers for William. Kind of.
• What to do with that old iBook 366? We've got a laundry list of idea for Kings5 (from Germany) and all of 'em are much more interesting that using it as a paperweight!
• MP3 cell phone? We showed off LG's Chocolate for a minute... the controls take some getting used to.
• Derek wants to stream MP3s from his hard drive.
• Pacemakers and 2.4 GHz wireless: Ryan from NY chimes in.
• US Offers RFID Passports to Public.
• Microsoft XNA $99 Kit For User Created Xbox 360 Games.
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NEWS
• Dell Announces Massive Laptop Battery Recall
• Is your notebook affected? Follow the instructions at Dell's Battery Recall Page
• Three solid MP3 players that aren't iPod nanos: Creative's Zen V Plus, the SanDisk Sansa e260 and iriver's clix
• Are the new Intel powered Mac Pro desktops fast? Greg thought "we mind find MacInTouch's H.264 benchmarks of interest." Damn right we do; we're looking to get our hands on one ASAP.
• Garrett reminds us that the WiFi at most truckstops isn't free... but lots of motels have free WiFi when you're on the road. Just... park...near... them.
• Is it DLTV, DL.TV or DigitalLife TV? We've got answers for William. Kind of.
• What to do with that old iBook 366? We've got a laundry list of idea for Kings5 (from Germany) and all of 'em are much more interesting that using it as a paperweight!
• MP3 cell phone? We showed off LG's Chocolate for a minute... the controls take some getting used to.
• Derek wants to stream MP3s from his hard drive.
• Pacemakers and 2.4 GHz wireless: Ryan from NY chimes in.
• US Offers RFID Passports to Public.
• Microsoft XNA $99 Kit For User Created Xbox 360 Games.
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DLTV - Episode 86 - Tuesday August 15, 2006 NEWS • Dell Announces Massive Laptop Battery Recall • Is your notebook affected? Follow the instructions at Dell's Battery Recall Page • Three solid MP3 players that aren't iPod nanos: Creative's Zen V Plus, the SanDisk Sansa e260 and iriver's clix • Are the new Intel powered Mac Pro desktops fast? Greg thought "we mind find MacInTouch's H.264 benchmarks of interest." Damn right we do; we're looking to get our hands on one ASAP. • Garrett reminds us that the WiFi at most truckstops isn't free... but lots of motels have free WiFi when you're on the road. Just... park...near... them. • Is it DLTV, DL.TV or DigitalLife TV? We've got answers for William. Kind of. • What to do with that old iBook 366? We've got a laundry list of idea for Kings5 (from Germany) and all of 'em are much more interesting that using it as a paperweight! • MP3 cell phone? We showed off LG's Chocolate for a minute... the controls take some getting used to. • Derek wants to stream MP3s from his hard drive. • Pacemakers and 2.4 GHz wireless: Ryan from NY chimes in. • US Offers RFID Passports to Public. • Microsoft XNA $99 Kit For User Created Xbox 360 Games.

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DLTV - Episode 86 - Tuesday August 15, 2006

 

NEWS
• Dell Announces Massive Laptop Battery Recall
• Is your notebook affected? Follow the instructions at Dell's Battery Recall Page
• Three solid MP3 players that aren't iPod nanos: Creative's Zen V Plus, the SanDisk Sansa e260 and iriver's clix
• Are the new Intel powered Mac Pro desktops fast? Greg thought "we mind find MacInTouch's H.264 benchmarks of interest." Damn right we do; we're looking to get our hands on one ASAP.
• Garrett reminds us that the WiFi at most truckstops isn't free... but lots of motels have free WiFi when you're on the road. Just... park...near... them.
• Is it DLTV, DL.TV or DigitalLife TV? We've got answers for William. Kind of.
• What to do with that old iBook 366? We've got a laundry list of idea for Kings5 (from Germany) and all of 'em are much more interesting that using it as a paperweight!
• MP3 cell phone? We showed off LG's Chocolate for a minute... the controls take some getting used to.
• Derek wants to stream MP3s from his hard drive.
• Pacemakers and 2.4 GHz wireless: Ryan from NY chimes in.
• US Offers RFID Passports to Public.
• Microsoft XNA $99 Kit For User Created Xbox 360 Games.
 
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