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Date: Thursday, December 12th, 2002, 00:00
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I Think Therefore iCurve

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Date: Wednesday, December 11th, 2002, 01:00
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Griffin iCurveTiBook owners are no strangers to the heat that emanates from that machine after prolonged periods of use. There are plenty of solutions for that including the RoadTools Podium CoolPad. But what about when using your PB on a desk?
There are also a number of solutions for the desk ranging from the Kamas PowerBook Stand from Japan (US$110) to the recently reviewed Blade Runner-esque Metal Gear PB stand from Red Dye #3. But if you are looking for that holiday gift that just reeks of sex appeal, check out the iCurve (US$40) from Griffin Technology.
The iCurve follows the simple is beautiful approach with its “invisible” PowerBook and iBook stand. Announced back in July the iCurve was delayed while the technicians at Griffin got the lucite just perfect. The result is beauty.
The iCurve stand keeps your PowerBook or iBook at a more ergonomic height for desktop use and offers a convenient place to tuck your keyboard underneath when not in use. Ironically the iCurve’s looks best when it is not in use, just sitting on your desk it is bound to get noticed.

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Leather Phone Cases for the SE T68i

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Date: Wednesday, December 11th, 2002, 01:00
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Sony Ericsson T68i Now FREE at Amazon

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Helping Switchers

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Date: Wednesday, December 11th, 2002, 01:00
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Servers, Laptops, Desktops and Cubes

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Logitech Mini Camera has no Mac Support

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Quark CEO: "Switch to Something Else"

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Sprint PCS Modem Script

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Date: Tuesday, December 10th, 2002, 08:00
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Exclusive: Wireless Pioneer Anthony Townsend on AT&T/IBM/Intel Wi-Fi Announcement

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Date: Monday, December 9th, 2002, 08:06
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“Where’s the beef?” That’s how NYC Wireless‘ Anthony Townsend responds to last week’s announcement that three tech giants were building their own nationwide Wi-Fi wireless network in the US. The tech alliance has now made two announcements, each getting lavish New York Times coverage, the first in November called ‘Project Rainbow’ with Toshiba instead of IBM. Last week’s announcement even appropriated specific language from a Townsend interview about placing a hotspot within a five-minute walk of the population. Townsend: “My friends and I, we sit around every week and talk about setting up a nationwide network, but when are they going to do it? I think it would have been more newsworthy and more convincing had they actually launched some portion of that network . . . it’s going to be at least a year before you see them deploy any amount of hotspots.” Click ‘read more’ for the full interview.

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