Google Chromebook – Pixel is here!

With 239 Pixels / inch compared to 118 on your average laptop, Google is making it’s presence know in the hardware space. But with prices starting at $1,299, this is for serious users only.  With built-in Touch-screen, it will be interesting to see how well their entry does.

See details and ordering info below:

 

 

http://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/devices/chromebook-pixel/

 

 

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Watch “Miracle Whip Open Mouth Anthem” on YouTube

Very clever Television ad that mixes an odd mix of talent together to sing a message about a product that could use something to talk about.

Enjoy!

What If Apple’s iWatch Is Really A TV? – Forbes

http://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2013/02/18/what-if-apples-iwatch-is-really-a-tv/

Is Samsung Developing A Companion Smartwatch For Galaxy S IV? – Forbes

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2013/02/15/is-samsung-developing-a-companion-smartwatch-for-galaxy-s-iv/?utm_campaign=forbestwittersf&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social

Don Johnson Payday – Finally!

Don Johnson has finally been paid from the profits of Nash Bridges — something for which he has been fighting since 2010. Defendants Rysher Entertainment paid Johnson $19 million last month to finally settle things — short of the $50 million a jury gave him in 2010 but more than the $15 million a panel of judges decided last October. As a January 30 court filing (read it here) from his lawyer reveals, the actor is satisfied with the money and the outcome. The settlement ends the 2 1/2-year legal battle between Johnson and the production company and stops the case from dragging out further with appeals to the California Supreme Court.

Article: DreamWorks CEO Katzenberg sees big profit in small screens

DreamWorks CEO Katzenberg sees big profit in small screens

http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57567833-93/dreamworks-ceo-katzenberg-sees-big-profit-in-small-screens/

Kingston has revealed a new, fast, portable 1 TB Flash Drive

 

We’re all used to thumb drives by now–they’re so convenient and have such capacity they’ve killed the recordable CD and DVD and keep turning up in embarrassing government data loss news items. But if you’re a fanatical thumb drive enthusiast you’re probably going to need to sit down for this info: At the CES show Kingston revealed its DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 unit with one terrabyte of capacity.

The tiny 2.8-inch by 1-inch thumbdrive runs at USB 3.0 speeds and comes in 512 GB and 1 TB sizes–capacities you’d more normally associate with a large mains-powered desktop external hard drive. The price is as yet undisclosed, though you can probably expect it to be astronomical. The innovation does prove one thing, though: The end of the spinning storage disk really is approaching.

Is a 1TB thumbdrive something you’d use? Or is it asking for all sorts of terrible data-leaking accidents?