Geoff Duncan

Geoff Duncan

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Geoff Duncan writes, programs, edits, plays music, and delights in making software misbehave. He's probably the only member of the Digital Trends staff who's played on hit records and had code running in space. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

CBS Launches Music Label

The Eye Network has formed its own music label, CBS Records, as a venue to promote up-and-coming artists...and secure cheaper music for its TV shows.

Nintendo Recalls Wii Straps, DS Adapters

Nintendo is replacing some 3.2 million straps shipped with its Wii consoles, and recalling 200,000 AC adapters shipped with Nintendo DS and DS Lite handheld games in Japan.

Nearly 9 of 10 Email Messages are Spam

MessageLabs' summation of 2006 concludes nearly 9 out of 10 email messages are now spam, and predicts 2007 will mark the convergence of spam, viruses, and spyware.

DSL Dominates Global Broadband

New figures from Point Topic show DSL is by far the world's most deployed broadband technology, with China boasting the largest number of DSL subscribers.

Jaxtr: Calling All Blogs

Start-up Jaxtr wants to "jack up" blogs, online profiles, and sharing sites by letting authors hear from viewers and readers over ordinary phone lines.

iTunes Sales ‘Collapse’ Refuted

Market analysis firms comScore and Piper Jaffray refute recent claims iTunes music sales are flagging - instead, they say sales are still growing.

Sony: One Mln PS3s by The End of 2006

Sony President Ryoji Chubachi says the company stands behind its goal to ship one million PlayStation 3 game consoles by the end of 2006. (Tick tock, tick tock!)

Gartner Rolls Out Crystal Ball

Leading research firm predict blogging will peak in 2007...and Vista will be the last monolithic release of the Windows operating system.
Home Theater

JVC DLA-HD1 Offers HD, 15,000-to-1 Contrast

JVC's new DLA-HD1 front projector for home theaters offers full HD capability and a stunning 15,000-to-1 contrast ratio.

BenQ Widescreen LCDs Target Gamers

BenQ has launched a new series of widescreen LCD monitors specifically aimed at gamers, with HDMI input and sizes ranging from 19 to 24 inches.

Microsoft Releases Robotics Studio

Microsoft has announced a release version of its robotic developer tools, offering support for many third party bots...including iRobot and Lego Mindstorm NXT.

U.S. Likes Cybershopping During Work Hours

New numbers from CyberSource show that while broadband may be available in many American homes, U.S. cybershoppers make most of their purchases during work hours.