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Developers Get Phone Gap!!!

Posted in Android, Apple, Apps, Blackberry, Google, Industry News, Microsoft, Mobile, News, PC, Social Media, Twitter, Video, Windows on August 1, 2011 by tatstechtalk

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Michael Jackson the experience (Video Game)

Posted in Gaming, General, Industry News, PC on November 4, 2010 by tatstechtalk

If you missed the new Michael Jackson will have his own Video Game called “Michael Jackson The Experience?”. Anyone who preorders the game on The Nintendo Wii white receive a free white sequined glove. Michael Jackson the Experience will be in the same category as your DJ Hero, Def Jam Rapstar and Rock Band where the game will be interaction based, where the players will have to mimic MJ’s dance moves while listening to his catalog of music. The game will be released on November for the Wii, Nintendo DS and Party. The game will be available fomr other consoles in the 1st quarter in 2011.


Color Nook!!!!

Posted in General, Hardware, Industry News, Mobile, PC on October 31, 2010 by tatstechtalk

Looking for an alternate ereader that is not a Kindle or Ipad, your in luck Barns and Noble recently introduced its newest edreader the NOOKcolor.  The Nookcolor is the successor of the Nook. This Generation Nook will sport a color screen and is touchscreen capable.  The OS on the NOOKcolor will run on Android 2.1, and will support apps from the Android market which is a plus. Packaged with the NOOKcolor is 8GB of built-in memory which can be expanded up to 32gb of memory with a microsd card. It will come supporting a micro-usb port and 3.5mm and will be wi-fi enabled.  The NOOKcolor will support  a number of file formats such as MP4, EPUB, PDF and TXT files and some MS office file formats. The ColorNook will be available on Nov 19th at a retail price of $249.


HP Envy 3D is now available for a mere $1599

Posted in General, Hardware, Microsoft, PC, Windows on October 28, 2010 by tatstechtalk

the Envy 17 3D boasts a 17.3-inch 3D Ultra BrightView display, packs AMD’s 3D tech, and it comes with active shutter glasses. Specwise, you get a choice of Intel Core i7 processors, ATI Mobility Radeon graphics, a wide range of hard drive options and Windows 7 operating systems. The base configuration comes with a $1,599 price tag. although Expensive if you got the money this thing is kinda Clean! I aint got it!


Viewsonic Touchscreen Monitor Touches down in Europe

Posted in Hardware, PC, TV on October 25, 2010 by tatstechtalk

It looks like the folks at Viewsonic never got the memo that people don’t want touchscreen displays on devices that don’t lay flat. (Maybe Steve forgot to CC ’em?) That, or maybe they just have a rebellious streak — which we can certainly respect. Either way, the company has just announced the VX2258wm, a 22-inch monitor that uses Infrared Optical Imaging to bring Windows-certified multitouch to the table (er, desk). And that, alongside 1080p HD resolution, ClearMotiv II Technology, a 5ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 100,000:1, and support for HBDP (High Bandwidth Digital Protection) Blu-ray devices, sounds pretty good to us! Available now in Europe for roughly $300


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Galaxy Tab has Carrier and Pricing :_(

Posted in Android, Hardware, Mobile, PC, Wireless on October 10, 2010 by tatstechtalk

Tmobile may have won the bid to have the 1st Android Tab that could change the game!
If what we’re looking at is really and truly a legitimate T-Mobile slide, then we’ve got practically the last part of the Galaxy Tab puzzle — that ever-elusive price point — as it states the slate will charm your wallet out of $399. That’d be a bit of a disappointment if true, as that’s the most we were told to expect and twice the Galaxy S’s price despite lacking telephone functionality. Still, it’s the first legitimately impressive Android tablet, and being on the bleeding edge isn’t cheap. We just wonder if Sammy can truly sell ten million on two-year contracts — or worse, going head to head at an unsubsidized $649 with the iPad 3G. Say it ain’t so, Sammy.