Randy, Tom, and Graham discuss the AT&T buy out of Tmobile, cool Sprint stuff from CTIA, and a whole bunch of other stuff they have been up to.
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Hosts: Graham & Randy w/ Tatch Gilgore (Check out his Blog here!)
Edited By Graham w/ Garage Band
Randy's New Monitor
Sprint complanies about buy out
Samsung Mifi Like LTE Device
X41 at Geeks.com
ipad 2 Driving Racing game utilizing HDMI Out:
Nook Color Android app store coming in April along with Flash support
Sprint integrates Google Voice:
Amazon.com Try Apps before you buy:
PS3 Hacker Geohot posts rap battle video in response to Sony’s civil suit
With products like the new Nintendo 3DS and the upcoming Evo 3D. I have to pause and think, is 3D something I really want in a hand held? Or is still something I have to pay more for, and will just end up giving me a headache.
I've long been a fan of Thermaltake high end designer game cases. I personally own Thermaltake MozartTX and use it to house my desktop PC.
And while I've admired the BMW colaborated Level 10 case. It's $800 price tag has sent me running as far away as possible. So you can imagine my delight to hear this annoucement today:
This is the Thermaletake Level 10 GT the sequel to original Level 10. Seems thermaltake learned their lesson, and is only charging $280 for this beast. While it's still a very high price to pay for PC case. It's certainly more reasonable. It maintains the modular design of the original, but seems more streamlined And actually appears slightly smaller. Thermaltake spends alot of time considering air flow and cable managment, so this could be an over clockers dream. Also they've included USB 3.0 as well as a front esata port. But you just have got to love the multi colored fans.
Check out the product video: