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Zune HD Specs Including Tegra Details.
PC 20090816

Excitement for the Zune HD seems to be building in the blogosphere. While nobody expects it to kill the mighty iPod Touch, it seems from early looks like Microsoft may have finally released a product that could at least challenge it. Recently, Microsoft released the official specs for the Zune HD, but left out a few details. After all, this is the first product of many to come to market using Nvidias delayed Tegra chip. With a little digging, we were able to find a little more information than whats on the Microsoft spec sheet. You can view the full technical specs at the bottom of the Zune HD page on Microsofts store, though the company quickly released a PDF of tech specs that offers a few of corrections. First, the battery life on the store web page is incorrect. It should be up to 33 hours of music and 8. 5 hours of video. Second, the charge time is 3 hours when plugged into a PC, 2 hours when plugged in with the AC adapter. Some of the audio bitrates have been corrected, too. Highlights from the specs include: Product dimensions: 52. 7 mm x 102. 1 mm x 8. 9 mm (w x h x d), 2. 6 ouncesFlash storage capacity: 16 or 32 gigabytesBattery life: Music, up to 33 hours (wireless off); video, up to 8. 5 hoursCharge Time: 3 hours hooked up to a PC; 2 hours plugged into AC adapterScreen: 3. 3-inch OLED color display, 16:9 aspect ratio, scratch-resistant glass with multi-touch capability, 480x272 pixelsWireless connectivity: 802. 11b/g compatible, wireless sync, WEP/WPA/WPA2 supportPicture Support: JPEG †(. jpg) Audio Support: WMA up to 384 Kbps; constant bit rate (CBR) and variable bit rate (VBR) up to 48-kHz sample rate. WMA Pro 2-channel up to 768 Kbps; CBR and VBR up to 48-kHz. WMA Lossless 2-channel up to 768 Kbps and 48-kHz AAC (. mp4, . m4a, . m4b) - . m4a and . m4b files without FairPlay DRM up to 320 Kbps; CBR and VBR up to 48-kHz. MP3 (. mp3) †Up to 320 Kbps; CBR and VBR up to 48-kHz. Video Support: WMV - Main and Simple Profile, CBR or VBR, up to 10. 0 Mbps peak video bit rate; 720 pixels x 480 pixels up to 30 frames per second (or 720 pixels x 576 pixels up to 25 frames per second). Advanced Profile up to L2, 1280x720 up to 30 frames per second, CBR or VBR, up to 14. 0 Mbps peak video bitrate. Zune software will transcode HD WMV files above stated capabilities at device sync. MPEG-4 (MP4/M4V) (. mp4) Part 2 video †Simple Profile up to 4. 0 Mbps peak video bit rate; 720 pixels x 480 pixels up to 30 frames per second (or 720 pixels x 576 pixels up to 25 frames per second). Zune software will transcode HD MPEG-4 files at devi ...

Walk-through: Google Fast Flip Brings Magazine Metaphor to News Browsing.
PC 20090916


Top 10 Must-Have iPhone Apps for Multimedia Junkies.
PC 20090810


Solid-State Drives Go Mainstream.
PC 20090829

Just about everyone has heard the hype surrounding solid-state drives, but only now are we starting to see SSDs get a foothold as a storage alternative for everyday use. The market is flooded with options, and the performance weve seen from several of the latest drives in our tests back up some of the claims that SSD supporters have made about the technologys advantages. The PC World Test Center evaluated eight SSDs and found that performance diverged widely among them, as well as compared with magnetic hard-disk models. To see the test results for the top five SSDs, consult our solid-state drives chart. Until the advent of SSD, standard PC storage relied on magnetic hard-disk technology, which has numerous moving parts (including a spindle motor, an actuator assembly, and read/write heads that float barely 10 nanometers above the spinning platter surface). By contrast, SSD storage consists of NAND flash-memory chips. SSDs lack of moving parts gives it an edge over regular drives on multiple levels. First, SSDs are more shock-resistant than magnetic hard-disk drives; SSDs have fewer potential points of mechanical failure, and are able to withstand jostling and sudden impacts. Second, SSDs are silent, which makes them great for PCs that sit in living areas. They also generate less heat and use less energy, so they dont require fans, which contributes to their quiet operation as compared with a spinning hard-disk drive. Finally, because of their compactness, SSDs can be designed to fit in tight spaces. That said, todays SSDs primarily adhere to the current 1. 8-inch and 2. 5-inch hard-disk sizes ...

Set-It-and-Forget-It Backup.
PC 20090829

Sometimes, deciding what files to back up and where to park backup copies makes the process overwhelming. And periodically youll want to save everything on your computer, with minimum thinking required to set the process in motion. PC World contributing editor Lincoln Spector discusses various backup strategies in his article 7 Backup Strategies for Your Data, Multimedia, and System Files. In addition, we have tested a number of devices that are designed to make jump-starting your system backups dead simple. Notable among these are Storage Appliances Clickfree Portable Backup drives (available in 2. 5-i ...

SanDisk Launches Speedy Extreme Pro CompactFlash Card.
PC 20090915

Not all flash memory cards are created alike. Nowhere is this more evident than with the new SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Card. Available in 16GB to 64GB capacities, this card promises, and delivers, on extreme: Armed with SanDisks rearchitected controller, this card can achieve up to 90 megabytes per second read/write performance in a digital SLR that supports UDMA (mode 6). I took this card out for several shoots, and have to say Ive been impressed with how it handles. I didnt gauge its performance with regard to its rated write speed as compared with other, more lowly and less pricey cards; rather, the proof of this cards worth lies in how the card handles in the field. As a photographer, I never want to miss the shot. You know the one -- whether its an athletes elation at a successfully completed routine, a gymnasts gravity-defying midair flip, or a couples first kiss at a wedding -- those are the shots that burst-modes were made for. Unfortunately, even with SLRs that boast fast frames-per-second, well, those superfast ratings have been for shooting JPEG, not RAW. Personally, I vascillate on the JPEG vs. RAW subject, and Id prefer to shoot RAW, simply because I know Im sacrificing potential image quality by not allowing myself to capture the most possible information for a shot, which a cameras large, unprocessed RAW file provides. But I dont have the time to do the necessary post-processing for every image that shooting RAW requires; plus, whenever Ive tried shooting RAW only, or RAW plus JPEG, Ive found myself quickly disappointed by missing a key backflip or sudden moment I thought I could capture, but couldnt because my cameras buffer had filled and I had sacrificed shooting speed. Between my trigger-happy shutter finger and my desire to capture the moment, I can fill a cameras buffer in heartbeat using just JPEG (and even using CompactFlash cards rated at 300X, the previous top-tie ...

Prospective Buyer of The Pirate Bay Finds New Exchange.
PC 20090917

The stock of prospective Global Gaming Factory X (GGF) will from Wednesday be traded on Mangoldlistan, a Swedish exchange run by a securities brokerage company. But GGFs new home, on an exchange that lists only seven companies, hasnt answered any of the questions about its proposed acquisition of file-sharing site The Pirate Bay. The central issue is whether GGF has the funds to acquire The Pirate Bay. It said it would pay 60 million Swedish kronor (US$8. 64 million) in cash for the site. GGF declined to comment on the listing or the status of the proposed Pirate Bay acquisition, said Janne Lundqvist, music business relations manager at GGF. The company was delisted from the AktieTorget exchange on Sept. 9, because it lacked the ability to inform its stockholders about the proposed deal in a correct, relevant and credible way, the stock exchange said. Irregularities were related to the way GGF informed the market about the funding of The Pirate Bay acquisition, possible other bids and negotiations with an unnamed global company regarding music rights, the exchange said. On Aug. 27, GGFs st ...

Poll: 91% Of U. S. Supports Ban on Texting While Driving.
PC 20091008

Poll: 91% Of U. S. Supports Ban on Texting While Driving Latest Tech Inciter Posts: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 Poll: 91% Of U. S. Supports Ban on Texting While Driving Wednesday, October 07, 2009 AT&T VoIP Decision A Win For Net Neutrality Tuesday, October 06, 2009 Still Any "Mac Bigots?" Study Finds Windows PCs In Mac Homes Tuesday, October 06, 2009 Flash! Adobe And Apple Don't Get Along Tuesday, October 06, 2009 Nobel Physics Winners Changed Our Lives All Tech Inciter Posts More Business Center Blogs In a new survey, 91 percent of American adults support a ban on texting while driving. Only 6 percent think texting behind the wheel is OK, according to a new Rasmussen Reports telephone poll. Other findings from the national telephone survey: Some 86% of adults between the ages of 18-29 say people should not be allowed to text message while driving. Just one percent (1%) of those ages 50 and older think its okay to text message while driving. Twenty-nine percent (29%) of all adults believe text messaging while driving is more dangerous than drinking and driving. Forty-six percent (46%) say drinking and driving is more hazardous, but 24% are not sure. In a separate survey late last month, 86% said text messaging is more dangerous than talking on a cell phone while driving. But 5 ...

PC World explains how to choose a printer that's appropriate for your needs. .
PC 20091006

Introduction Photograph: Rick Rizner No matter how digital our lives become, printers remain essential in any office and convenient at home for schoolwork, maps, fliers, and photos. PC World tests and reviews three types of printers--inkjets, color lasers, and snapshot models--on an ongoing basis. We also regularly test multifunction printers, both inkjet and laser. No matter which kind of printer youre looking for, heres the information you need to make a well-informed purchase. The Big Picture From inexpensive snapshot units and inkjets to high-end color lasers, printers are ...

Netgear Stora: Your Terabyte for the Web.
PC 20090924

It’s been a busy few days for the whole idea of networked hard drives that provide direct Internet connections so you can get to them from everywhere. Last week, Seagate introduced DockStar, a $99 add-on for its FreeAgent Go drives that provides browser-based access to their contents. And today Netgear launched Stora, an all-in-one network drive with Web access. It’s not a new ideaâ€Western Digital is one of several companies that offer boxes with at least generally similar capabilitiesâ€but Stora looks like its specs and features should be appealing for the $229 price. It contains one hot-swappable 1TB drive with room for another (some competitors have no available expansion), has gigabit Ethernet, reads at 280Mbps and writes at 240Mbps, does RAID 1 disk mirroring, and comes with a three-year warranty (one year is more common). It also supports the DLNA and UPnP standards for streaming media around your network to various devices (including game consoles and phones). And Netgear says it’s particularly proud of the Web-based interface for getting at your music, photos, videos, and other files. (I got only a glimpse and haven’t done any hands-on tests, but ...

More to Say? Forget Twitter †Prattle on (and on) at Woofer.
PC 20090829

For anyone who complains that Twitter posts are too short to be meaningful, we present you with Twitters exact opposite: Woofer. While Twitter limits users to 140 characters per tweet, Woofer requires each post to have a minimum of 1,400 characters. Similar to Twitter, Woofer counts down the amount of characters you have input with a big number at the top right of the screen. But youre not allowed to post anything until you hit 1,400. Woofer calls itself an homage to Twitter, but to avoid any legal problems makes sure to include statements such as We are not affiliated in any way whatsoever with Twitter. Woofers user interface is near identical to Twitter, however. The service also urges users to tweet about Woofer and for a while Woofer was borrowing profile pictures from Twitter users. Top Twitter Tools Last week, I tried to post a gigantic woof, by taking the text of a short article about Shaquille ONeal and using the copy and paste function to get up to about 1. 6 million characters. Heres where it gets a little weird. Woofer asks you to type in your Twitter username. So I typed in my real one (JBrodkin) and my 1. 6 million character woof appeared, along with my real profile picture from Twitter. I immediately wondered: how and why did Woofer post my Twitter picture? I didnt type in any password. But I was signed into Twitter, so perhaps thats why it was able to grab my picture, I reasoned. To test that theory, I submitted another woof but this time I typed in the username of a different Twitter user, one whom I have never met in person. That persons Twitter profile picture showed up next to the woof, effectively allowing me to impersonate this individual. Woofer appears to be fixing this problem, though. As of Monday morning, most new posts are now accompanied by a picture of a little blu ...

Intels New ‘Jasper Forest Chip Improves Performance With Less Power .
PC 20090915

Intel's New ‘Jasper Forest' Chip Improves Performance With Less Power Latest BizFeed Posts: Monday, September 14, 2009 Windows 7 Moves People to the Cloud Saturday, September 12, 2009 Why the Cliq Won't Click Friday, September 11, 2009 New Twitter TOS Opens Door For Twitter Pro Friday, September 11, 2009 DOJ Scrutiny of Microsoft Deal Could Be Bad News For Yahoo Thursday, September 10, 2009 Sprint Redefines ‘Unlimited' Mobile-to-Mobile All BizFeed Posts More Business Center Blogs Intel announced the ‘Jasper Forest line of processors earlier this year. The new processors, named for a petrified forest in Arizona, have gone from concept to prototype and Intel is giving customers a peak now at what the 45-nanometer Jasper Forest CPUs have to offer. Jasper Forest is based on Intels robust Nehalem chip architecture. However, the Jasper Forest processors deliver unique functionality to benefit dense server environments such as storage and communications environments and it does so while reducing power consumption by 27 watts. Seems like another week, another headline-making processor announcement. First AMD revealed the new 40-watt Istanbul chips, then Intel rolled out the Lynnfield processors and the P55 chipset. Now, Intel is making news again by announcing it is ready to start shipping the Jasper Forest processors. Intel derived increased functionality and reduced power consumption by integrating some I/O functionality into the processor itself. ...

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