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CES 2010 Day three coverage with the Tech Podcast Network wrap up show. We did today’s wrap up show from the NBC Universal main stage. The team would like to extend thanks to NBCU for allowing us to shoot the wrap up show on the main stage.
The team has been putting in a huge amount of hours and we did our wrap up show with a special guest from Sony. We also introduce our Day 2 pick of the day which is a interesting service that Andy discovered while searching the floor for unique products and services. Learn a little about what Sony has going on along with some pretty cool other products we review.
Also we think that you are going to love the discovery Jeffrey made.
Posted by geeknews at 6:28 AM on February 14, 2008
Cool It Systems has some of the best extreme gamer cooling systems. Those looking for some amazing over clocking cooling products for their computers need go no further. Based on feedback I have had from my audience over the past year I can endorse the Cool It System Coolers These are some great products.
Andy McCaskey spent some time with the folks from Filemaker.com, and talked about a new Mac product they call Bento at the Consumer Electronics Show.
According to their website “Bento brings your important information together in one place to help you get organized. So you can manage your contacts, coordinate events, track projects, prioritize tasks, and more – faster and easier than ever before.”
I have been running a version of this program since the show and am really impressed in the way it has allowed me to really stay organized.
Simulscribe is a very cool service that transcribes takes your voicemail and transcribes it into a text email message. Simulscribe is a subscription service. I like the idea in this as you will be able to get the contectual content of your voicemail in a text message to your email inbox.
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Posted by geeknews at 11:39 PM on January 29, 2008
When you think of Energizer you think about batteries but you really do not think about home lighting. The folks at Energize have come with some great lighting products for the home that have eye appeal and will solve a lot of problems people have with lighting.
This new line of lighting products called “Light on Demand” are going to allow people to hang lights in places they would not do so otherwise. With long lasting rechargeable batteries this is the perfect solution that eliminates the hassle of having to hide or run wiring. As simple as hang the light and turn it on is the advantage of these new products by energizer. Long Life Time, Uses LED lights and they are very efficient lights that will run 12 hours on a charge. Best thing as easy to hang as a picture.
They are going to be sold at Target and Target.com available Feb 3rd.
Posted by geeknews at 10:14 PM on January 26, 2008
I have been watching the OQO for over a year now and their Ultra Mobile PC’s are some of the best out their in the market today. So when I got a chance to interview them at the Consumer Electronics Show I could not pass the booth by. What I like the most about this Ultra Mobile PC is the ability to get additional third party batteries for it that extend batter life on the unit.
It has built in EVDO for either Sprint or Verizon making it the perfect device for streaming from anyplace with a decent EVDO connection. I want one of these devices pretty bad.
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One of the coolest products I found that is perfect for the traveling military person, someone on the go or even for someone looking to get rid of their monthly phone bill was being demonstrated by a company called MagicJack.
I was able to get a MagicJack and plug it into my USB port on my Computer and I was making free phone calls in about 5 minutes. The software is loaded on the device and it installs virtually automatically. I was able to pick out a area code exchange of my choice and was dialing out and having people dial in. Sound quality was very good.
Whats cool about the MagicJack is that plugs into your PC USB port then you plug a regular phone into it and your good to go. Pick up the phone and you have a dial tone. Very inexpensive product.
Final data of coverage here at CES it has been Andy and my privilege to bring you this content. We have a huge number of Interviews, and Product overviews for you in the coming weeks. Out take reel to follow in coming days