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March 2006

March 15, 2006
Tech History Made Yesterday

Most of the Big Events in technology history appear big only in retrospect. For example, for technology historians the day first came online (September 15, 1997) is obviously a historic milestone. But at the time the number of people who were even aware of it was insufficient to form a basketball team. The date became important only because of what happened later. So remember the date March 14, 2006.

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March 14, 2006
Mini Displays Coming to Laptops

Most cool new clamshell cell phones these days have a big display inside, and a small one outside. The outside display shows the time, or Caller ID info. It's a great idea that people seem to like. Don’t look now, but the same idea is coming to Windows-based notebook PCs!

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Posted by Mike Elgan at 09:58 AM | Permalink | Comments

March 10, 2006
Biggest And Smallest USB Drives Unveiled

Those handy USB memory drives -- which have largely replaced "floppies" for the quick-and-dirty transfer of files from one PC to another -- come in a variety of sizes and storage capacities. The current smallest size, and also the largest capacity, memory drives have been unveiled by two different companies at the giant German trade show, CeBIT.

. . . Full Story: "Biggest And Smallest USB Drives Unveiled"

Posted by Mike Elgan at 04:30 PM | Permalink | Comments

March 09, 2006
Finally: A Camera Phone For Klutzes

A cool, ruggedized and water-resistant camera phone that's very popular in Japan and Korea called the Casio Hitachi NX9200 was approved today by the FCC for sale in the United States. Here's why you're going to want this phone.

. . . Full Story: "Finally: A Camera Phone For Klutzes"

Posted by Mike Elgan at 01:36 PM | Permalink | Comments

March 07, 2006
Free, Easy and LEGAL Phone Hacking (To Bypass IVR, Reach Human)

When you think of "hacking," you probably imagine a dark underground of technical criminals abusing computer skills to break into, steal or deface company data and web sites. When "hacking" is done with telephones, it's called "phreaking," and it's always just as illegal... Or is it? I'm going to tell you about an ethical form of phone phreaking that's legal, easy, free and -- best of all -- helps you escape from that prison of automated responses you get when you call many large companies.

. . . Full Story: "Free, Easy and LEGAL Phone Hacking (To Bypass IVR, Reach Human)"

Posted by Mike Elgan at 02:42 PM | Permalink | Comments

March 01, 2006
Microsoft Invents E-Mail You Use With Your Feet

Microsoft invests billions in its awesome research wing. Some of the inventions developed there are stunning -- awe inspiring. But one invention I discovered today is, well, not so hot. It's e-mail software that you manipulate with your feet using a Dance Dance Revolution game pad.

. . . Full Story: "Microsoft Invents E-Mail You Use With Your Feet"

Posted by Mike Elgan at 04:14 PM | Permalink | Comments


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