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  1. eronne (subscribed) says:

    It is said that G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is better than Transformer, one and two add up.
    Exactly, not that I am saying Transformer suck, I like the film anyway, while G.I Joe just exceeds that. I didn’t expect so much for the movie, but what present to me now is a movie of precise temple, smart suspense and of cause, all kinds of thrilling visual stimulation.

  2. Amy Tucker says:

    I LUST after this.

    Though I love my 20GB PS3, this new version is SO much smaller.

    Wonder if I can justify the purchase? ;)

  3. DavidB (subscribed) says:

    Sure hope this model has a more modern HDMI chiPset!
    One that support bitstream output of hi res audio codecs.

    • Rico Mossesgeld says:

      How limited was the original PS3’s chipset?

      • DavidB (subscribed) says:

        As I said, hopefully “One that support bitstream output of hi res audio codecs.”

        No model of the “fat” PS3 can do that.

  4. Cleo Powers says:

    Yea, but what your leaving out is, the three wheeler has less room than a four wheeler yet it cost much, much more.Probably runs on bunny power!

  5. Paul Smith says:

    Loving the new PS3 slim, i think they have done a great job with it. I’m not sure I could justify paying out for it unless my old PS3 accidentally falls out of the window or somehting though!

  6. PCTechBytes says:

    That’s no surprise. Humans need sunlight and to socialize with others. We try to limit our kids with their gaming and force them outdoors.

  7. wow says:

    Very interesting article.

  8. JDoors says:

    Re: Aluminum Foil Hats.

    So the truth comes out — Wearing an aluminum foil hat is evidence that you’re ALREADY under someone’s control. Luckily for me, I was able to resist!

  9. Luke says:

    How about the price?? How much?

  10. ling says:

    This looks like “copyfraud.” See this article:
    From the abstract: “Copyfraud is everywhere. False copyright notices appear on modern reprints of Shakespeare’s plays, Beethoven’s piano scores, greeting card versions of Monet’s Water Lilies, and even the U.S. Constitution. Archives claim blanket copyright in everything in their collections. Vendors of microfilmed versions of historical newspapers assert copyright ownership. These false copyright claims, which are often accompanied by threatened litigation for reproducing a work without the owner’s permission, result in users seeking licenses and paying fees to reproduce works that are free for everyone to use. Copyright law itself creates strong incentives for copyfraud. The Copyright Act provides for no civil penalty for falsely claiming ownership of public domain materials. There is also no remedy under the Act for individuals who wrongly refrain from legal copying or who make payment for permission to copy something they are in fact entitled to use for free. While falsely claiming copyright is technically a criminal offense under the Act, prosecutions are extremely rare. These circumstances have produced fraud on an untold scale, with millions of works in the public domain deemed copyrighted, and countless dollars paid out every year in licensing fees to make copies that could be made for free. Copyfraud stifles valid forms of reproduction and undermines free speech….”

    • Rico Mossesgeld says:

      Very good point ling… maybe companies will be more careful about asserting copyright if borderline or actual fraudulent claims are found to be without merit? Making those found guilty of copyfraud responsible for paying legal fees would be a good start.

  11. Fayez says:

    I bought a nokia e66 but only when i got home i realised that it doesn’t have video call… But when i check’d the nokia website the review said it had video calling option. Did i buy a fake?

  12. lalique says:

    i saw one of these in my arcade in london and just had to try it. its so hard to get used to! although after like £5 i started to get the hang of it. its so addictive!

  13. reni says:

    what if u live outside of the US..?

  14. pEt3r says:

    Well, its obvious that a system that has linux on it, will cost less.
    And I’ve done some research and the Asus-X5DIJ comes out as best bang for buck… so I think that’s the main reason why its so high on the rankings :P

    Most users who buy it, will most likely get a M$ version on it.

    My $0.02


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