If you’re thinking about buying an HDTV, now is a great time to get one. HD sets come in sizes from 5 inches to more than 100 inches and are priced to fit almost any budget – and that’s all you need to know. Today, any HD set from a major manufacturer will display a Continue Reading →
Watch 3D TV, Without The Glasses Toshiba unveiled two new 3D TVs that don’t require glasses for viewing. Consumers may be more likely to buy sets that don’t require glasses for their homes, but these first models are limited. Viewers have to sit within 3 feet of the screen and the 3D effect is only Continue Reading →
Majority of Internet Users Are Victims of Cybercrime Two-thirds of Internet users globally and three-fourths of U.S. Internet users are victims of online crime according to a new study from Norton. Viruses and malware are the most common sources of an attack. On average it takes 28 days to resolve a cybercrime and costs $334 Continue Reading →
On this episode of Digital Life. Facebook helps Italian police nail Scarface. Samsung thinks they’ve built a better iPad. Has Google fallen to number two? Are you ready for Tiger in 3D? And, are iGlasses the next big thing from Apple? Plus, I’ll talk with Jack Myers about Google TV, and I’ll chat with Adam Continue Reading →
Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Is Apple working to produce computer glasses? Many insiders believe so, as the company recently hired wearable computer expert Richard DeVaul. DeVaul is known for his contributions to the Memory Glasses, a pair of glasses that uses technology to increase ones memory. Samsung is readying an Continue Reading →
Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: PayPal’s new iPhone app lets users send money to each other. Making a transaction is as easy as bumping your iPhone with a friends, and instantly moves money from one account to another. The new application also makes it easy for users to share a restaurant Continue Reading →

MediaBytes 07.09.07

 GOOGLE is working on a “next generation” social-networking site called SocialStream. SocialStream aggregates many different online networks, allowing a user to manage their many online affiliations. The service has the ability to post photos and comments to multiple blogs and photo-sharing sites with one click. SocialStream is part of a Google-sponsored project at Carnegie Continue Reading →
Paris Hilton's Sidekick Photos
And so, courtesy of Gizmodo, I bring you photos from Paris Hilton’s T-Mobile Sidekick II.  Ahh … the simple pleasure of browsing someone’s personal information on the world wide web.  With no effort you will be able to search the Internet using Google, Yahoo! or practically any search tool and find the complete contents of Continue Reading →