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Hirai: PSP2 will use touchpad and buttons for input

12/22/2010, There have been plenty of rumors as to what the upcoming PSP2 from Sony will be like, but now Sony Computer Entertainment head, Kaz Hirai, has confirmed that it will feature a touchscreen. He mentioned that depending on the game, there will be games where...

Pen designed to measure and reduce stress

12/22/2010, Stress is definitely something that we’d all love to have less of, and now researchers out there have come up with a pen that not only measures stress levels, but is capable of helping you lower your heart rate too. The pen features built-in...

Google ditches latitude location alerts

12/20/2010, Folks who tried Google Latitude a while back might have noticed that there was a rather disturbing feature that would notify you of friends who were nearby – Location Alerts. It probably wouldn’t be so bad if you were shown on a map like...

Google offers new hacked site notification

12/19/2010, Google has released a slight improvement to its search results that it hopes might help consumers out there avoid problematic sites. The search giant has already been providing notices for malware for years and now it’s expanding the search results...

VIZIO 65-Inch Theater 3D Razor LED HDTV with Battery-Free Glasses

12/17/2010, VIZIO has announced the company’s new 65-inch Theater 3D Edge-Lit Razor LED HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps. The company is boasting its new 3D technology, which utilizes a battery-free glasses option that’s said to cause less eyestrain than...

Panasonic VIERA TH-L42G3 HDTV Records HD Shows to SDXC Memory Card

12/17/2010, The Panasonic VIERA TH L42G3 is a 42-inch HDTV set that has an IPS LED-backlit full HD display with an SDXC memory card reader. The cool part about the memory card slot on this television set is that it will allow you to record your HD television shows to...

Yike Bike Ready to Take on Segway, Goes on Sale Now

12/17/2010, After having been announced earlier this year, Yike Bike is finally available for purchase right now. If you’re looking for a compact, electric folding bike that’s lightweight and sturdy with its carbon fiber chassis, you can whip out your...

DISH Network Makes 3D Push with On-Demand Movies

12/17/2010, In an attempt to make 3D movies and television programming more popular, satellite provider DISH Network has announced that it will be making 3D movies available as a pay-per-view for your on-demand movie watching experience, provided that you have a...

Facebook Confirms Outage

12/17/2010, Facebook has become a large part of the Internet and it was probably disturbing to many folks that the site seemed to go down for a brief period a short while ago. The social networking site is already back online and the company has released a statement...

Yahoo Video No Longer Accepts Video Uploads

12/15/2010, Yahoo Video never really took off well enough to challenge the likes of YouTube and Vimeo and Yahoo has issued a notice informing users that the service will no longer accept video uploads and will also remove all user-uploaded content as well. The...

IRS employee convicted for wiretapping his boss with Outlook

12/15/2010, An IRS employee was convicted for 18 months of probation for “wiretapping” his boss by using an Outlook rule to forward emails from the supervisor inbox to his own email address. The whole thing started because the employee’s driver...

IEEE hopes to standardize power, wired, wireless LANs

12/15/2010, The IEEE has put their mind to come up with a standard that will bridge wired and wireless network technologies throughout your humble abode. This new draft standard has been called P1905.1, where it is touted to “provide a common, protocol-agnostic...