All good things must come to an end—and bad things, too. Bitcoin has had a hell of a ride over the last year, but that all seems to be over as almost 60 percent of its value has vanished in the last month. Enthusiasm in the cryptocurrency market is low as Bitcoin dropped below $8,000 for the first time since November.
Sure, Everest has claimed the most lives – but its death/successful-ascent ratio is actually pretty low.
Samsung's LED LCD televisions are here and the flagship C9000 is a doozy. It's the only one they're calling "ultra thin", has 3D support in late 2010 and a touch remote that shows you content from other video sources!
If you were looking forward to getting your hands on a Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 this summer, we have some bad news. Microsoft's just told us they're pushing back the release date to September, which means your only choice now is to go with the $100 cheaper 7000, which is just about as good if all…
Click to viewIf you're the kind of user who enjoys either soft, laptop-like scissor keys or a curved ergonomic keyboard, you're already gonzo'd over Microsoft's earlier keyboard, the Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000. But if you're looking for the top of the line—the real grandaddy of Microsoft keyboards—you're…
The Wireless Laser Mouse 8000, Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000 and Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 are all ergonomic and outfitted with lasers, albeit the non-deadly kind. And they all come in a grey/black motif, which is cool if you're outfitting the Bat Computer, but may not go with all setups.
We liked the Wireless Entertainment Desktops when it was called the Microsoft Ultimate Keyboard, but a name's just a name. The WED 7000 and 8000 have a few interesting buttons and features, and are integrated with some current and upcoming Microsoft apps.