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KLIPSCH iGROOVE SXT iPOD SPEAKER:

  • 2.5” Woofers
  • S-Video Output
  • IR Remote Control
  • Price: $169

Despite having way too many consonants and not enough vowels in their name, Klipsch is one of the top producers of iPod friendly sound systems in the world. So, what makes the iGroove SXT iPod Speaker different? It's 2.5" woofers. That may not sound like much considering you used to have two 12-inchers in the back of your hoopty, but this things delivers...without all that annoying trunk rattle.

The iGroove features an S-video ouput that allows users to view their videos on any external monitor and you can control the whole thing with the included handy infrared remote control. On top of all that, the iGroove has three 3/4" micro-tractix horn loaded tweeters, which are badass. Klipsch is the first speaker company to use actual horn technology and, of course, the iGroove will dock with any iPod.

Be sure to check out Kevin and Wil below the break as they get jiggy with the the Klipsch iGroove SXT iPod Speaker.

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Feel like you're missing out on Free Stuff? Well, turn that frown upside down because G4 is bringing you not one, but two chances each evening for the next two weeks to walk away a winner. Be sure to log in and tune in at 6:30pm and 10:00pm (ET/PT) for your chance to win Free Stuff!

NOKIA N800 INTERNET TABLET:

  • Touchscreen
  • Integrated Webcamera
  • Multiple Messaging Options
  • Price: $399

These days everybody is competing to come up with the best all-in-one handheld item, and it's looking like Nokia has a real leg up on the competition with the N800 Internet Tablet. It's roughly the size of a large phone, but it can do a lot more. For starters, this high resolution touch screen is really sharp, giving you an amazing view of all of the latest celebrity nip slips. Plus, the N800's internet calling is enhanced by a slick, retractable webcam, so you can give your buddy the finger from anywhere. Nokia has also included email, webchat and IM, all of which you can do on a full touchscreen QWERTY keyboard. You can use your hands to tap on the keyboard, but in case you have big fatty sausage fingers, the N800 comes with a stylus.

Be sure to check out Kevin and Wil below the break as they go WiFi wth the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet.

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Feel like you're missing out on Free Stuff? Well, turn that frown upside down because G4 is bringing you not one, but two chances each evening for the next two weeks to walk away a winner. Be sure to log in and tune in at 6:30pm and 10:00pm (ET/PT) for your chance to win Free Stuff!

GARMIN NUVI 350 GPS:

  • Touchscreen
  • Voice Directions
  • View Photos & Play Music
  • Price: $535

For those of you who are constantly lost, this one is going to make getting around a lot easier, both here and on the other side of the globe. It's the latest in GPS technology from Garmin, the Nuvi 350. Just because you're putting a GPS in your car doesn't mean it has to be big and bulky. The Nuvi 350 features an ultra-slim and stylish design, all touch-screen controls and it gives you directions turn-by-turn. For those of you lacking a media player in your car, the Nuvi also has a built-in MP3 player and the ability to view digital photos, but you should probably pull over first.

Be sure to check out Kevin and Morgan below the break as they get turn-by-turn directions from the hottest portable GPS unit, the Garmin Nuvi 350.

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Feel like you're missing out on Free Stuff? Well, turn that frown upside down because G4 is bringing you not one, but two chances each evening for the next two weeks to walk away a winner. Be sure to log in and tune in at 6:30pm and 10:00pm (ET/PT) for your chance to win Free Stuff!

HELIO OCEAN CELL PHONE:

  • Dual Sliding Form Factor
  • 2 MegaPixel Camera
  • GPS & Buddy Beacon
  • Price: $415

The Ocean is actually a cell phone, but it's also a whole lot more. Thanks to it dual sliding form, the Ocean is less awkward than other handhelds, plus it has a 2-megapixel camera. You can take crystal clear pics of whatever you wrote on your buddy's forehead when he pased out. The included GPS and "Buddy Beacon" make it easier for you to find your friends and for them to find you. While the Ocean is very practical, it has a bunch of fun stuff too. It's like a techno mullet -- business in the front, party in the back. Helio's blazing fast internet connection make the Ocean the best phone for MySpace, Wikipedia or whatever sordid stuff you look at on the internet.

Be sure to check out Kevin and Morgan below the break as they get some talk time with the hottest cell phone from Helio, the Ocean.

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Nintendo DS Browses The Web

JLawson
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Posted June 11, 2007 - By JLawson

Nintendo DS fans will have one more reason to be jumping for joy as Nintendo plans on releasing a US version cartridge of the Nintendo DS Browser.

By popping in the $29.99 cartridge, you will be able to surf the net via an Opera-based browser that takes advantage of the DS's dual-screen layout. We can already see ourselves checking out the G4 website, watching our cool videos on the upper screen and reading our kick ass articles on TheFeed on the lower screen. Wait...wait...stop pulling me off the stage...

For those of you that are worried whether this will only be functional for the DS Lite, it looks like there will be versions released for both the DS and DS Lite.
 
Engadget: Nintendo DS web browser comes to America

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Google To Help .Mac

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Posted June 11, 2007 - By JLawson

.Mac users, isn't it about time for an update? Damn straight it is!

The nifty people at Apple....oh, wait...let's try this again. The nifty people at Google might be coming to Apple's rescue by helping facilitate a much needed overhaul to the .Mac services.

According to MacScoop, Apple has been neglecting their .Mac service so much, that they have had to look to Google to help overhaul their infrastructure. If the changes take place, they will effect .Mac's pricing, while also adding more services and an increased storage capacity.

If all goes as rumored, the revamped .Mac services should integrate a bundle of Google services for free.

Engadget: Apple's .Mac getting a Google overhaul?

Don't go downloading the latest version of Firefox just yet.... You might find yourself kicking yourself in the butt when you realize that it is just a beta and you have lost more than your bookmarks.

Mozilla has released Firefox 3 Alpha 5, code named Gran Paradiso, as a way to get some feedback from developers and beta testers. As with most things designated "Alpha", it's not really ready for prime time.  New features unfortunately mean that it won't work at all for you Windows 95, 98, ME and Mac OS X version 10.2 users.  While we have about 100 reasons you should upgrade your aging operating system, Gran Paradiso isn't one of them.

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Love or hate the PS3, there is one thing that Sony has always done well and that is launch a new line-up of TVs.

Rolling out their latest and greatest LCDs, Sony has made additions to their Bravia and XBR lines both in size and new technology.

The nine LCDs include Sony's x.v.Color wide color gamut system, 10-bit 1080p panels, Bravia engine upscaler, the XMB crossbar interface and compatibility with Sony's Bravia Internet Video Link, which allows HD video to be streamed to the TV over the internet.

Here is the line-up and how much it will set you back:

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It was bound to happen. Someone out there couldn't deal with the Prius' outstanding 50 MPG and just had to take it to the next level.

The Lithium Technology Corporation has unveiled their version of the Prius hybrid and it's a "plug-in." The new model uses an advanced lithium iron phosphate battery that allows the hybrid car to travel up to a distance of 125 miles per gallon of fuel. If Toyota were to adopt the new battery system, it could lead to the most efficient mass-produced car in the world.

With the cost of gasoline reaching a premium here in the good ol' US of A, the Toyota Prius demonstrated by LTC would cost you almost nothing to fill up. The car charges up by plugging into a power outlet in the owner's garage.

Next up....Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor!!!

The Future Of Things: New 125 Miles per Gallon Toyota Prius

Tags: Cars, News, Products, Tech

While sites like Flickr allow a user to view an individuals album, being able to view an infinite number of albums at once is nearly impossible. The key word here....nearly.

A unique piece of photosynth software called SeaDragon has been unveiled at the 2007 TED conference and it is breathtaking. With the ability to view thousands of images at once, it creates a multi-dimensional space that you can zoom in or out and navigate with ease.

Take a peek at the future of file sharing....

 

You've seen Space Invaders recreated in a movie theater...

You've seen Tetris played down the side of a building...

Now sit your butts down and get ready for a retro ride back to the late 70's. Yes, you may not have even been a speck in your father's eye or even an egg in your mother's womb, but that doesn't mean you have never heard of an Atari...right?

Bringing back an old school videogame like it has never been seen before, Arjan Westerdiep and Benjamin Gaulonhad will have you reminiscing the days of twisting and turning the paddles in a never ending battle to Breakout.

 

 

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American car companies may not be the best at developing fuel-efficient cars, but they sure know how to pack some muscle into 'em.

The latest issue of Motor Trend has hit the stands and what better place for Cadillac to unveil the powerplant that will be pushing along the 2009 CTS-V at blistering speeds. Straight from the Corvette Blue Devil, the CTS-V will be receiving a "detuned" version of the 7.0L LS7 engine.

Pumping out roughly 600 horsepower, the CTS-V will have the BMW M3 and Audi RS4 - both producing only 420 horsepower - and the Mercedes C63 AMG - 503 horsepower - eating rubber.

Oh, and for those of you sitting in your BMW M5s, your puny 500 horsepower still doesn't compare.

AutoBlog: 2009 Cadillac CTS-V will have 600HP Corvette Blue Devil engine!

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Apple has released the latest MacBook Pros to the masses and these guys may look lean, but boy are they beefy!

Using the new Santa Rosa chipset, the MacBook Pros come with the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors, up to 4GB of memory and high-speed graphics in an aluminum enclosure that is just one-inch thin. Available as either a 15-inch model with a new LED-backlit display or a 17-inch with an optional high-resolution display, they both include a built-in iSight video camera, Apple’s MagSafe Power Adapter and built-in 802.11n wireless networking.

The MacBook Pro comes pre-loaded with iLife ‘06, featuring iPhoto, iMovie HD, iDVD, GarageBand and iWeb. It also comes with the Mac OS X version of Tiger, 10.4.9, which includes Safari, Mail, iCal, iChat AV, Front Row and Photo Booth.

We'll take ours fully loaded....

The MacBook Pros range in price from $1,999 to $2,799.

MacRumors: Apple Releases New MacBook Pros With Santa Rosa & LED Displays

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SanDisk Has Struck Gold

JLawson
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Posted June 1, 2007 - By JLawson

SanDisk Hong Kong is holding a contest offering two people the chance to put some gold in their digital cameras.

Manufactured specifically for the contest, SanDisk is offering the lucky winners a 150gram, 8GB CompactFlash card and a 35gram, 4GB SDHC card. With a street value of roughly $5,000 dollars for the CF card alone, one would almost seem foolish not to turn it in for cash.

If we won that card...we'd be sportin' some SDHC grillz....

Engadget: $5,000 SanDisk cards: Solid Gold but still can't dance

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TheFeed loves when we get our hands on some cool gadgets, so here's our take on Seagate's 160GB FreeAgent Go and 750GB FreeAgent Pro External Hard Drives...

Seagate 160GB FreeAgent Go and 750GB FreeAgent Pro External Hard Drives
Available: Now
Price: $159.99 / $309.99 MSRP

Consumers are finding themselves overloaded with digital content. Now that digital photos reach resolutions up to 12-megapixels and HD digital video camcorders boast 30GB hard drives, storage capacity is a constant concern.

PROS:

  • FreeAgent Go's portability
  • Both FreeAgent Go and Pro offer the ability to run programs externally using pre-loaded software
  • FreeAgent Pro capable of transferring via FireWire 400, USB 2.0 and eSATA
  • FreeAgent Pro incorporates upgradeable connection module to replace USB 2.0, eSATA and FireWire 400 when a new transfer technology is developed

CONS:

  • FreeAgent Go and Pro's software is not compatible with a Mac

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