3M Shoot 'n Share Records and Projects

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Simplify your business presentation or home movie viewing with 3M's Shoot 'n Share Camcorder/Projector, provided nothing too embarrassing is involved. You push one button to record, another to share an image up to 65". The CP40 connects via USB to upload to your PC and can hold up to 20 hrs. of video with a microSD card. The cam is will also work with cellphone, smartphone, MP3 player, DVD player or gaming console.

Via 3M

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October 6, 2010

Fisher Price iXL - 6-in1 Networking for Toddlers

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Every year, Fisher Price comes up with their holiday line, and they are finally coming up to the present trend of KFC, the Shack, PS3, the Hut, the Y (although the VP probably hate that as much as we do.) They have come up with the (drum roll) FP iXL with an obligatory lower case 'i'. Of course, they have assumed that you already have a PC, Mac with CD-ROM and USB, which we know you have. The iXL has a cam, displays images, plays music and games, and will help your kidlet in the areas of reading, writing and counting.

Via Fisher Price

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October 5, 2010

vChatter, Chatroulette Without the Nekkid Guy

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With Chatroulette you still can find yourself at the very least face to face with a nekkid person. Will Bunker, who originally created what is now Match.com, decided to build vChatter, a Facebook app that launched in May and already has over 2.5 million users. Now there is a stand alone site with the advantages of meeting others based on geography, gender and age.

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October 1, 2010

CTL Nexus Provides Hospitable HDTV

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CTL Nexus has released the NX32H60, a 32" HDTV for those who travel and can't wait to end the business day and watch well, whatever you watch to escape the afterburn of that last meeting. The Hotel Feature Pack includes a swivel stand, USB clone for easy setup and RS232 terminals. They set volume, start-up channel and mapping from a master Nexus.

Via PR Web

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September 29, 2010

HBO to Offer 3D Channel?

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We have found that most major broadcast rumors tend to be true and as HBO already has 7 channels available, it is not really a surprise that they may be launching the first on demand 3D channel next year. Watch for other companies to follow suit. Of course, the addition will not only involve a provider, the user must own a 3DTV. Further rumblings says that a 3D version of "Inception" will be the first film shown.

Via 3D Hollywood in HD

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September 27, 2010

Epson HD MovieMates Display Up To 120"

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Epson recently unveiled their MovieMate 60 and MovieMate 72 combination Projector/DVD/Audio Players. Each can display movies and TV, sports, video games and think of the agony you can impose on your family when you force them to watch your last vacation on 120 inches. Features include USB plug 'n play connectivity, HDMI, 540p resolution and energy-efficient E-TORL lamp with 2,000 lumens of color and white light output, and integrated mic jack. A built-in handle and cushioned carrying case make it a versatile for business.

Via Epson Projectors

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September 24, 2010

Freakin' Friday! LaCie Space 2 NAS

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LaCie's Wireless Space 2 can be your Network Attached Storage for PC or Mac. Available in 1TB and 2TB models, its USB 2.0 port can be utilized for wireless printing or adding more drives. Stream music and video, access your files from anywhere, get secure backup and download torrents without a computer. Simple to use, the LaCie Network Assistant is included, as are Ethernet and USB cables.

Via LaCie

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September 22, 2010

COMCAST4U Simplifies Service

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COMCAST4U is now accessible to some Comcast subscribers. You simply text a command to 'Comcast4U' or '266278' followed by 'NOW' to get TV, VOD, Sports and Primetime listings. There is also access to account info including 'CALLME' for customer support. Best of all, aside from it being free, is that it works with most phones and providers. The catch? It is only available in Philly and its suburbs, Jersey and Delaware until mid-2011.

Via Comcast

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September 16, 2010

Pre-Order Boxee for Nov. Release

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What is it about the month of September that triggers an early holiday button in electronics companies? The Boxee Box can deliver all major formats and codecs along with free and premium TV, movies, videos, images and music from the Net and is now available for pre-order. A delay occurred so that the company could switch from a NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset to an Intel Atom CE4100 platform. The D-Link device has 802.11N connectivity and will begin shipping next month with its QWERTY remote.

Via The Boxee Box

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September 14, 2010

Elocity A7 Tablet Available for Pre-order

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StreamTV's Froyo tablet with touchscreen is already available for pre-order at a price less than the "other guys." The 8.2 x 4.8 x 0.5" wireless Elocity A7 runs Android 2.2 and has 512 MB DDR2 RAM, 4GB high speed internal Flash, a 1080p HDMI output, a 1.3MP camera and USB 2.0 port. Surf the Interweb, grab a few apps or play games, even those in 3D.

Via Elocity A7

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