I can't golf, in fact I can't really pay Put-put golf well either. The closest I care to get to real golf is Tiger Woods on the Wii. If you are an avid golfer though, you will know the TaylorMade brand.
TaylorMade has announced a new 5-inch touchscreen device that is being installed in 40 retail locations around the country including some Golfsmith stores. The touchscreen device lets golfers get more info on products.
Patriot is no stranger to flash storage devices. The company has a ton of different SSDs that it sells on the market today. Patriot also makes all sorts of other computer hardware like system memory.
The company has announced a new LX series SDXC card is now available in 64GB capacity. 64GB in the size of a SD card is a huge amount of storage and is perfect for HD video recording and high-resolution DSLR photos.
MSI and the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the Limited Edition MSI Wind Top AE2220 All-in-One PC and the Wind U135DX Netbook will be available to the public.
MSI co-founder Henry Lu will join Dodgers' Casey Blake and Hung-Chih Kuo to unveil the All-in-One computers and Lu will also throw out the first pitch for MSI night at Dodger Stadium on July 9th. Three of the Wind Tops and three of the netbooks will be given away at the stadium that night. A photo contest on MSI's site will also give five lucky fans who demonstrate the most Dodger spirit an All-in-One PC and Netbook courtesy of MSI.
When it comes to home theater gear, one of the best brands on the market is Onkyo. The company makes a bunch of different home theater receivers and speakers that range from entry level to high-end in performance and price.
Onkyo has announced a couple new home theater in a box systems that include all the gear needed to set up your surround sound. The new systems are the HT-S7300 and the HT-S6300. Both of the systems are 3D ready with HDMI 1.4a ports.
The big reason that people buy DSLR cameras is so that they can use lenses for whatever the photography need of the day may be. The cameras also have much better picture quality than the average point and shoot camera.
If you use a Canon DSLR camera and have a hankering to shoot some 3D images, but don't want to buy a new camera Loreo has your lens. The lens is called the Stereo Lens-in-a-cap and it works with APS-C format DSLRs with sensors 22-24mm in size. The maker says that covers most Canon DSLRs.
Borders is trying to elbow into the eBook market as they have released Borders eBooks, which is a multi-platform store that can run on a multitude of devices, including PCs and Macs, Kobo and Sony e-readers, Apple's iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, and soon on Blackberry and Android gadgets.
Borders, which is one of the companies behind the Kobo e-reader device, will be selling over a million titles mostly in ePub format although some mobile specific and PDF versions will be available as well. No digital magazines or newspapers are planned to be available right off the bat.
The iPad is trying to make a name for itself not only among the tech savvy consumer crowd, but the business world as well. The iPad is proving to be good for many business related tasks such as showroom order taking and conference demonstrations and it seems more companies are taking notice.
Having the dreaded iPhone 4 reception issues? Don't like the official iPhone 4 bumper? A couple of companies have released some slick looking iPhone 4 cases that specifically address the antenna and reception issues in their advertising. Check out the Element Case Vapor and the Ivyskin "iPhone 4 Reception Case."
Qualcomm had a nice little show at the Uplinq Developer's Conference in San Diego. The main feature? Augmented reality (AR). Qualcomm demonstrated an AR version of the classic game Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots based on the Android platform that was developed at Georgia Tech University by their AR development team in concert with the game's original creator.
It seems that AT&T has found the reasons behind the brutally slow upload speeds that iPhone 4 owners were experiencing the past few days. According to a report, AT&T is blaming a software fault in their network hardware that is powered by Alcatel-Lucent in some regions.