Archive for October, 2007

Mobius MKII Loudspeaker System Available In 2008 »

The Mobius MKII Reference Loudspeaker System is the most original and artistic thing I have ever seen. So if you want to make a statement or stand out ,you now know what to buy. They might appear small but they are not, the Mobius MKII stands approximately 38″ tall and houses four drivers in its […]

White PS2 with Singstar In Stores »

Sony’s PlayStation 2 recently turned 7 years old and to celebrate the age of reason Sony is offering a limited edition Ceramic White model with SingStar 2 for $149.99. The Ceramic White PlayStation 2 will be available in a store this week end but will only go world wide on November 4.SCEA president and CEO […]

3Skypephone Launching In November »

SKYPE and collaborator 3 Mobile will be launching the 3SkypePhone on November 2nd. The new phone will allow free calls to other Skype users / 3Skypephone owners like on a computer. The 3SkypePhone features:

Mac OS X Leopard To Be Released Friday »

The Mac OS X Leopard ,considered as Apple’s most revolutionary software will be unleashed tomorrow. The Macintosh OS X 10.5, better known as Leopard, will be accessible to clients around the world and cost $130 for a single-user license or $200 for a five-user family pack. The upgraded version Apple’s operating system that was released […]

Microsoft Beats Google In Battle To Invest In Facebook »

Microsoft has payed $240 million for 1.6 percent stake of the social-networking website Facebook, that is valued at $15 billion.. The deal grants Microsoft exclusive access to spam advertise on Facebook’s platform. Microsoft already has numerous U.S. ad contracts and is now looking forward to sell internationally.

Elcomsoft’s New Password Recovery Technique Uses CPU And GPU Together »

Russian security software firm Elcomsoft (that I ‘m sure you already heard of in 2001 and 2002) has discovered a password recovery technique and has filed for a US patent. Elcomsoft ‘s avant-garde,technology can perform password recovery 25 times faster than existing CPU-only approaches thanks to nVidia’s $800 graphics card called the GeForce 8800 Ultra. […]