Nov 25th 2007 11:08AM Golly, I'd love me some Wii for XMas!
Oct 6th 2007 8:22PM Actually, the Infrant RADIiator software in beta now will bump the drive accessibility up to 1TB drives. If you hit their forums, you'll see some folks have had great success with 4TB drives in their ReadyNAS.
Aug 16th 2007 9:30AM Also, I think you're confused about the Volt's propulsion system. It too is 100% electric-driven. Sure, there's a combustion engine inside, but it doesn't drive the car. It just recharges the batteries during operation to extend the range to 650 miles (much further than the range of a Tesla Roadster, for 1/3 the price).
If you're waiting to buy a Tesla for that price, you'll be waiting for a while. "Whitestar" (Teslas follow-up to the Roadster) has been said that it will be half the price, so we're talking $45K. It will be well past 2010 before Tesla has anything roadworthy for under $30k.
Aug 16th 2007 9:22AM I dunno where you're getting 80mph top speed for the Volt. According to Autobloggreen.com, it's 120mph (for a limited duration):
Aug 16th 2007 9:18AM I'm not too darn concerned about getting 10 years out of these batteries. My so-called "reliable" Toyota 4Runner only lasted 5 years before going tits-up. I think most Americans are used to ditching their cars every 5 years. I'd expect to do the same with a battery.
Jul 1st 2007 2:21AM Sure would be nice to not have to explain to the Mrs. where my shiny new iPhone came from.
Jan 11th 2007 10:19AM Apple's got over 200 patents on the iPhone, including their Multi-Touch input technology. The LG certainly won't have that. These products may look similar on the surface, but they'll operate in a completely different fashion for sure...
Jan 11th 2007 9:32AM Some of the folks at Chestnut Hill Sound are ex-Lexicon guys (MC-12, 480L, 960L, etc...). They know all about pro audio. This thing will sound pretty darn good.
Dec 14th 2006 5:44AM I can't wait until some clever hacker out there writes a wifi virus that hops from Zune to Zune and bricks them all.
Nov 14th 2006 10:16PM It's too bad that there's such a large number of gamers out there willing to pay anything for this thing. I'd love nothing more than to see this guy stuck with all of them and go broke. Then the bank can reposess them and sell them at an auction.