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I love this show! Not only do we always have a great time, but I get to show off the latest and greatest technology to the masses. In this live epicsode we cover: TWITTER!
  • 24 Sep 2008
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I had an appearance on Twin Cities Live today talking about eReaders. We went over 3 different eReaders that I own, but my collection is actually larger than that. I thought it was fun, and hopefully I was able to present the technology in a way that even a techophobe would understand.
  • 11 Sep 2008
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Magellan has announced their Maestro 5340+ which has Google integration for POI and local activities. More information at *******www.magellangps**** and *******www.technologyevangelist****
  • 14 Jan 2008
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What is the ultimate video blogging device? Ben reviews two of his almost-favorites from Nokia at their CES booth.
  • 14 Jan 2008
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Ben talks to Doug Little from Wacom Technology about their very impressive pen displays. This takes tablet computing to an entirely new level with much higher precision than previous tablet inputs. Find out more at www.wacom****
  • 13 Jan 2008
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Xantrex makes many of Duracell's battery backup solutions. Ben walks us through a series of battery backup offerings for your car, home, and office.
  • 11 Jan 2008
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Pretty much everyone at CES thinks Guitar Hero is awesome. Even Bill Gates got into it during his keynote where he brought in Slash to sub for him. Texas Instruments used it as a draw in their booth with a very cool setup I'd love to have at home.
  • 11 Jan 2008
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Yes, it is finally here and I got to play with one! It's the Optimus Maximus keyboard and it is working... It's real... It's here... It's $1,500 USD. More info at *******www.artlebedev****/everything/optimus/
  • 9 Jan 2008
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*******www.powercastco****/ - This isn't inductive power, this is wireless power. Actual wireless power! Using RF technology these pads will wirelessly beam power to your device. While the technology is not quite ready for prime time, it's a glimpse at what the future could hold. No more batteries, just be within range of a wireless tower and you're set!
  • 9 Jan 2008
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The hackers at buglabs**** have come up with a really interesting lego-like hackable computer. The base unit is a Linux box with additional modules that can be snapped on. Not for the faint of heart, not only is hacking encouraged, it's required!
  • 9 Jan 2008
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I was expecting this pen to suck, but actually it's quite good. This is called the WOWpen and it's available at *******www.wow-penusa****/ Write on any surface and capture the input. The WOWpen has an ink pen and can also be used as a mouse input.
  • 9 Jan 2008
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GetRedFly**** offers an innovating way to extend your Windows Mobile device. Connecting via BlueTooth you get a full keyboard, display and USB ports to enhance your device. Blogging on the go, corporate presentations or any time you need better input, this is the device for you
  • 9 Jan 2008
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While not shipping yet the much fabled Sling Catcher was on display with a working demo at CES 2008. The new Sling Catcher and Slingbox Pro HD will work together which will be uber cool.
  • 9 Jan 2008
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Sling Media has announced a new Slingbox that allows place-shifting of 1080i HD content. Gone is the old Windows CODEC and now we have a Slingbox with h.264. Very cool little box, and very sleek.
  • 9 Jan 2008
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Keep an eye on the keys of the Optimus Maximus keyboard. Each key is a small OLED display that can be customized for different functions. Ben LOVES this thing.
  • 8 Jan 2008
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The VIEVU digital video camera captures 4 hours of video footage with the flip of a switch. USB is used to transfer content (up to 4gb) to your computer. A simple hands-free way to capture whatever's going on in front of you.
  • 8 Jan 2008
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The Golf Launchpad has been updated this year with new sensors for more accurate swing detection. It now supports PCs, Macs, PS3, and set top boxes. Retails for $200. You need 8 sq ft to swing your club without breaking anything in your house.
  • 8 Jan 2008
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A snorkel and scuba mask with integrated digital camera capable of recording both stills and video. This looks like a great way to share what you're seeing underwater. Hands-free video operation makes exploring easier.
  • 8 Jan 2008
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