Tech Tidbits Daily for Mar. 24, 2005
Tech Tidbits Daily for Mar. 28, 2005

Tech Rag Tear Outs (TRTO) #022 [PC World, KM World, Wired, Mobile Enterprise, Maximum PC, PC Magazine, Network World, and InfoWorld]

The 22nd podcast of Tech Rag Tear Outs has been posted.  Here are the detailed show notes:

  • (00:00-04:26) Introduction
  • (04:27-19:44) Primary Content
    • PC World:
      • New iRiver H10 & MobiBlue DAH-1500 MP3 players
      • New Oxyride disposable batteries coming from Panasonic & Rayovac
    • Mobile Enterprise:
      • HP 450wbt mobile color printer
    • PC Magazine:
      • DVD to a PocketPC from Makayama
      • Toshiba Protégé R100
      • Verizon Wireless EV-DO
      • Philips DGX320 speakers for MP3 players
      • Interlink’s GoSpeak! PA system
      • GPS: TomTom Go, Thaels Magellan Roadmate 700, Navman iCN 650
    • KM World:
    • Wired:
      • iPod Photo did the best (4 out of 5) in comparison to Olympus m:robe 500 (2.5 out of 5), Gateway MP3 Photo Jukebox (2 out of 5), and the iRiver H20 (1.5 out of 5)
    • Maximum PC:
      • Ogio Boss “bike messenger” laptop bag
      • Kodak EasyShare-One digital camera
      • Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Notebook card
    • Network World:
      • Plustek OpticSlim M12 color USB scanner
      • Sony Ericsson Walkman W800
    • InfoWorld:
      • HP TC1100 TabletPC
      • Siemens SX66 Pocket PC
      • T-Mobile Sidekick II
  • (19:45-22:35) Closing
    • Close out with awesome blues harmonica music called “Simmer-Down-Baby” from Billy Watson
    • To leave audio comments call: 206-337-1533
    • Have a great day!


Network 2 Computers :: Share Files, Printers & Internet

Countries like Canada, Sweden, and South Korea have better, faster Internet connections. People in Japan can download an entire movie in just two minutes, but it can take two hours or more in the United States. Yet, people in Japan pay the same as we do in the U. S. for their Internet connection. Not only do they have the technology for higher speeds, but a larger percentage of people in those countries have access to high speed connections. The United States has fallen to 16th place behind other...

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