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DLTV - Episode 87 - Thursday August 17, 2006
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DLTV - Episode 87 - Thursday August 17, 2006 NEWS • Federal Court Finds NSA Wiretaps Unconstitutional • Anti-Caps Lock Key Campaign, or weak publicity stunt. (Robert: Kill the Caps Lock... Patrick: Don't touch it!) • $100 Laptops Debut in Thailand • Police Use MySpace to ID Rape Suspects Law Enforcement really should love MySpace.
DLTV - Episode 87 - Thursday August 17, 2006
• Federal Court Finds NSA Wiretaps Unconstitutional
• Anti-Caps Lock Key Campaign, or weak publicity stunt. (Robert: Kill the Caps Lock... Patrick: Don't touch it!)
• $100 Laptops Debut in Thailand
• Police Use MySpace to ID Rape Suspects Law Enforcement really should love MySpace.
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|975||DLTV - Episode 128 - Tuesday January 9, 2007||
What's new in Episode 128
• Blu-ray and HD DVD in one box? It's LG Electronics BH100... in stores February.
• Cell phones! Sascha Segan gives us the scoop on new phones from Samsung and Palm. (Motorola's got a new phone too... and yes, we just saw Apple's iPhone this morning!)
• Notebooks? HP's stylish TX1000 is a home entertainment table (w/ a pop out remote control!). Alienware dropped by two serious gaming notebooks... Robert couldn't stop petting the Area-51 m9750.
• GPS? We've got handhelds with onboard topo maps: Magellan's CrossoverGPS and DeLorme's Earthmate GPS PN-20, Garmin's new StreetPilot and Nuvi, and my personal favorite: the Astro GPS Dog Tracking System.
• iPod accessories? Try projectors, wirless speaker systems, Shure's latest hifi earplugs, two iPod centric alarm clocks, and ... pool floaties?
• One last product: a fold up UMPC with a bit of style!
• Microsoft Home Server
• Sony's 2nd gen Blu-ray players? When was the first gen player???
• Intel goes V8
• 108 inches... that's a big HDTV
|620||DLTV - Episode 127 - Monday January 8th, 2007||
• CES = The Consumer Electronics Show, the annual gathering of the CE industry... and quite the parade of new products. It's huge: 1.7 million square feet of floor space covered with 2,700 exhibitors, and thousands of new product announcements, from 2000 Watt PC Power supplies to 108 inch HDTVs. We'll be bringing you a serious taste of what's going on this week.
• UWB, Ultra Wide Band hits the street. First up, Toshiba's Portege R400. We're talking about a wireless port replicator... connected everything to your notebook but power without wires.
• A slick Vista interface customized for the family, a giant touch screen and a clean design = HP's TouchSmart PC.
• Next generation phones? Louderback brings us the Linksys iPhone, Netgear's Dual-Mode Cordless Phone with Skype on the WiFi/VoIP front, and D-Link's V-Click, which offers up GSM cell phone connectivy and SIP VoIP support for a WiFi connection.
• You can only buy it in Japan? Maybe not. Dynamism's CEO Douglas Krone brings some of the slickest products you never thought you'd see for sale in the US... Thanko's video wrist watch, Panasonic's HDC-SD1 (90 minutes of HD video on a 4GB SD card!), notebooks from Sony, Panasonic and Kohjinsha... and... yes, the new Nabaztag/tag (The next gen TechnoLustBunny can smell!)
• More products? Sure. How about Nokia's new Internet Tablet, the N800, Dash Navigation's Dash Express (in car GPS meets some serious wireless networking savvy)
• Ruggedized video camera? Sean, you're probably going to have to go with a case for that camera... and the best defense vivisection by your precocious 4 year old? We've got the only way prevent that.
• Got a Question? A tip? A product you're curious about Email us at email@example.com
• It's true: Microsoft is adding an HDMI port, 120GB HD and what looks like a pretty slick interface for IPTV to the Xbox 360. Sorry if you just picked up one, Jake, we don't have the ship date or price yet, but this looks like a sweet upgrade.
|619||DLTV - Episode 126 - Sat January 4th, 2007||
• Scanning film? David Stone, PCMag's scanner mavin reccomends Canon CanoScan 8400F (or it's new follow up, the 8600). Six color scanning? Check out HP's Scanjet G4050 Photo Scanner. BTW, OCR software doesn't suck anymore: OmniPage Professional 15 is the best OCR software out there.
• 1366x768: This is not an HD resolution. OK, it is, but it's really annoying.
• Power supplies... is there an advantage to putting 'em at the bottom of the case?
• Camcorders: SD vs. HD for Marcos in Brazil
• iTablet: Myth or Macworld? From Apple? Myth, tho Other World Computing will debut Axiotron's ModBook, a MacBook turned into a tablet before Steve Jobs keynote at Macworld next week!
• Thanks Lee, for the heads up on Weatherbonk.com. Weather meets the Google map API!
• We're going to CES in Las Vegas next week, you can come see us! We're taping Sunday at 1PM, Monday, Tuesday and Wedneday at 4PM. Our stage will be in the Sands Expo Center lobby, outside of Hall C. (The shows will be available for download Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning!)
|618||DLTV - Episode 125 - Thursday January 2nd, 2007||
The Deets for Episode 125
• A Better Site for Weather... and help finding road closures
• Google Uses Algorithm to Fill Jobs
• Sizing a Power Inverter or Generator: Volts x Amps = Watts
• Digital cameras shutter lag: Is it gone yet?
• Our wallpaper is back!
• MS Security Repsone Center Activated for new Windows Exploit (er.... proof of concept.)
• AACS Hacked on HD DVD
• And a heaping helping of viewer questions!
|606||DLTV - Episode 124 - Thursday December 28, 2006||
DLTV - Episode 124 - Thursday December 28, 2006
Rob goes solo.
• Surfing the web on your Nintendo Wii.
• Home Theater sound options.
• Ultra-lite notebook round-up.
• Simple Steps to calibrating your HDTV.
• See y'all next year!