HD DVD, BlueRay DVD… 300GB Holographic DVD is HERE!

Even though Toshiba sold over 90,000 $99 HD DVD players over the weekend, and that figure only represents a portion of the retailers that participated in the frenzy, I don’t think it is enough. The answer: you shouldn’t. My prediction is that neither format will win. If consumers actually adopt these high priced formats, all players will support BOTH formats. The last time competing disk formats emerged this very thing happened. Remember DVD+R and DVD-R?…

Funny Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Stuff

Note that many of these will take several minutes to download and that none of them are hosted on OUR servers. Killer funny Darth Pitching a New Film QuickTime Conan O’Brien: Return of the Nerds MediaPlayer M&Ms Join the Dark Side QuickTime Beware Darth Tater just an ad for a real product StarWarz Ganster Rap flash PointlessWasteOfTime.coms Flash Remake flash NOTE: Offensive Language The Lonesome Menace QuickTime 25 Star Wars Lines that are Better With…

Intel, AMD in Race to Dual-Core

By Ed Oswald, BetaNews.com Locked in a battle to be the first chipmaker to release a dual-core processor, AMD and Intel are both stepping up efforts to bring their chips to the market faster than originally anticipated. AMD, which originally was planning a mid-year release of its dual-core processor, has hinted to the media that it may make a major announcement at an event later this month to commemorate the two-year birthday of the Opteron.…

Commodore Makes Comeback with Mpet II

Commodore Makes Comeback with Mpet II By Ed Oswald www.betanews.com Most of us who have been around technology for the better part of the last two decades will remember the name Commodore. Commodore computers were the best selling PCs of the 1980s. However, as Microsoft took center stage, the company faded away, eventually being bought by Dutch company Tulip Computers after filing for bankruptcy in 1994. Enter a U.S. firm called Yeahronimo Media Ventures, a…