Someone told us the other day that real DJs are analog. While we’re
huge fans of the warm sound of vinyl, we’re pretty sure this person has
never lugged 15 crates of albums up four flights of stairs, only to
have to return to the van to get the turntables and mixer. While some
DJs are visiting the chiropractor for their back problems, Tonium
introduces the Pacemaker 666. This handheld portable mixer might not
replace a full kit for pros, but for hobbyists—or even club DJs looking
to, um, mix things up for a while—the Pacemaker stays on-beat.
You can tell it's almost time for Snow Leopard because the news is starting to become a lot more focused on the new alley cat. Today we told you about the new install features found in Snow Leopard, but someone has already gone ahead and posted a video of the new installer.
If you were a kid (or had a kid) any time between the mid-1980s and the
turn of the century, chances are you have a bunch of old videotapes
with incriminating footage on them. Chances are also good that your
mother (or someone like her) has probably bothered you on more than one
occasion about converting those aforementioned tapes—because really,
who uses a VCR anymore? Using Elgato’s Video Capture, you can turn any
analog source into 640x480 digital video files, for playback on your
Mac, iPod touch, or iPhone.
We have received word from the most reliable source in the technology world, really the only source in the technology world, that Bill Gates is teaming up with Apple. This could only mean the eminent destruction of Apple.
With the continually growing App Store, which is filled with tons of
games, how does Apple's iPhone and iPod touch fare in the world of
handheld gaming against the kings, Nintendo's DS and Sony's PSP? The
answer: very well.