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STM fits 13-inch MacBook, 15-inch MacBook Pro
RadTech has introduced a new product in its line of notebook accessories, the STM Sonic shoulder bag. Designed to hold a 13-inch MacBook or 15-inch MacBook Pro, the bag is made from Heavy-gauge PU fabric, with a water-resistant coating, and high-density internal padding for shock absorption. The internal compartment helps protect the notebook while separating it from the other items in the bag. An adjustable shoulder strap comes with swivel mounts and can double as a short handle when carrying by hand.
Finds inaccuracies in credit reports
Luster has released a self-titled application designed to help find inaccuracies and unverifiable information on credit reports. The app provides tools for credit file management, along with resources for contacting credit bureaus and creditors. A built-in decision tree offers suggestions on potential strategies, with analysis based on responses from credit reporting agencies.
Soccer management simulation game
Virtual Programming has announced Championship Manager 2010, an update to its soccer management simulator. The game features an improved match engine, with over 500 different animations for individual players. Users can record and replay matches using up to seven different camera angles. The game integrates a scouting network that provides a list of upcoming stars, along with a drill training area where users can compare potential players in a series of tests such as shooting and passing.
Roku launches open channel store
Roku late Sunday gave its Internet media players a boost in the form of the Channel Store. Now considered an open platform, the avenue lets content producers of any scale implement their own video services. The service also brings major content providers such as Facebook's photo service, Flickr, Mediafly, Pandora, Revision3 and TWiT; relative newcomers like blip.tv, FrameChannel, Motionbox and MobileTribe are also onboard.
Monopoly now iPhone 3G compatible
EA Mobile has expanded its line of iPhone and iPod touch games with the release of Monopoly. The app is based on the original board game, unlike the company's Here and Now edition that was previously released on the App Store. Players must choose a 3D token to move around the board and purchase properties, win money, and attempt to control key areas to push out their competitors. Shaking the device allows users to roll the virtual dice to determine each move.
Netgear's 200Mbps powerline kit tested
Powerline networking products have been on the market for several years but haven't gained mainstream acceptance simply because of Wi-Fi. However, there are instances where power line networking equipment can go where wireless equipment cannot. Those who live in very large homes that are full of interference may be better served with a network that uses the wiring they already have. But is the latest generation of powerline networking solutions up to par with wireless in terms of performance, ease of use, and security? Today we're reviewing Netgear's XAVB1004 Powerline AV Adapter Kit to find out.
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