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Thursday, February 28, 2008

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The brightest star yet in the Verizon Wireless line–up, the new VENUS™ combines the best of all worlds! This sophisticated and stunning slider features a lower display with interactive touch navigation, music player, 2.0 megapixel camera, and up to an 8GB microSDsm memory port for extra storage. Of course it has Bluetooth® Stereo Support for Listening to Music and is V CAST ready for stellar performance while on the go. The VENUS by LG. You're gonna love it!

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Pakistan's at it again: Jihad vs YouTube?....

Pakistan's attempts to block access to YouTube have been blamed for a near global blackout of the site on Sunday.

Google, the owner of YouTube, blamed the outage on "erroneous internet protocols", sourced in Pakistan

BBC News has learned that the nearly two-hour long blackout was almost certainly connected to Pakistan Telecom and internet service provider PCCW.

The country ordered ISPs to block the video-sharing website because of content deemed offensive to Islam.

The BBC News website's technology editor, Darren Waters, says that to block Pakistan's citizens from accessing YouTube it is believed Pakistan Telecom "hijacked" the web server address of the popular video site.

what with pakistan and its need to "hijack" things. Google/youtube better pak proof itself.... haha

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Toshiba quits HD DVD business

TOKYO - Toshiba said Tuesday it will no longer develop, make or market HD DVD players and recorders, handing a victory to rival Blu-ray disc technology in the format battle for next-generation video.


"We concluded that a swift decision would be best," Toshiba President Atsutoshi Nishida told reporters at his company's Tokyo offices.

The move would make Blu-ray — backed by Sony Corp., Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., which makes Panasonic brand products, and five major Hollywood movie studios — the winner in the battle over high-definition DVD formatting that began several years ago.

Nishida said last month's decision by Warner Bros. Entertainment to release movie discs only in the Blu-ray format made the move inevitable.

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Sunday, February 17, 2008

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