Zero-Cost Gadget Upgrades For the Next Great Depression

Hanging out at sites like Giz may have instilled in you an insatiable, pocket-emptying gadget habit. But now we're entering a new era-the old guys on the TV are saying that soon we may not even have pockets, let alone money for them. Don't panic though: You've probably got a wealth of gadgetry sitting underutilized… »10/07/08 2:30pm10/07/08 2:30pm

NBC Jumps Into SanDisk's Fanfare TV Download Service

Though you can no longer buy episodes of "The Office," "Heroes" or "30 Rock" on iTunes, you will be able to purchase them in January from SanDisk's Fanfare service. Of course, if you recall, you can't download the shows to your computer. You will have to watch them on the $100 to $150 SanDisk Sansa TakeTV, which has… »12/11/07 10:10am12/11/07 10:10am

SanDisk Sansa TakeTV and Fanfare Video Service Beta Reviewed (Verdict: Wait and See)

Over the weekend, blabbed on SanDisk's Sansa TakeTV, formerly previewed as USB TV. Now available, the TakeTV mobile video player will cost $100 for 4GB and $150 for 8GB. also mentioned the Fanfare video service, now in beta. It just so happens we got to play around with both, shoot some galleries and… »10/22/07 3:00am10/22/07 3:00am

SanDisk PR Spokesperson Vows to Shave Head if Zune Is #2 This Christmas

SanDisk PR spokespeaker Carmella Lyman just promised to ZDNet Writer David Berlind that she'd shave her hair if the Zune was #2 in the portable media player market after this Christmas. According to NPD group, Microsoft's currently ranked 4th place with 3%, and SanDisk is in 2nd place with 10%. If the Zune really was… »10/09/07 5:40pm10/09/07 5:40pm