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Iomega introduces StorCenter ix4-200d NAS

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Iomega just expanded its StorCenter NAS line with the new-four bay StorCenter ix4-200d. Just like the smaller ix2, the ix4 can handle pretty much whatever you throw at it: filesharing over a laundry list of protocols, streaming to iTunes, an Xbox 360, handling your Time Machine backups — it can even take video directly off Axis-brand IP surveillance cameras. Read On


Xbox Live Update Details Announced

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Microsoft just announced the details of the next Xbox Live dashboard update, which should start rolling out in waves later this summer. Highlight features include support for Games on Demand (coming in August), a slew of Netflix updates including the ability to browse the library and manage your queue, the long-awaited Movie Party system that allows Gold members to share a flick in a virtual theater, and a ton of other little tweaks like user ratings, avatar enhancements, friends list sorting, and a streamlined Party invite system. Yeah, we think we’ll take it. Full release after the break. Read On

TomTom for iPhone

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I may be a little late to the party on this one but it is still very noteworthy for us to mention since we have too many articles relating to both the iPhone and TomTom. TomTom announced at the last WWDC of an iPhone app and after many rejections from Cupertino for one reason or another, Apple has finally agrees for to third part gps navigation apps with the release of OS 3. Check out the cool little video from TomTom after the break. Read On

The Shock Heard Around the World

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Firefox 3.5 – code-named Shiretoko – is set to launch on Tuesday, June 30th! How cool would it be if we could set off fireworks worldwide to celebrate? Just like New Year’s, only better – since you get to see who “launched” the fireworks. Mozilla is once again attempting to set record downloads for a single launch. See when it releases in your timezone after the break Read On