Geoff Duncan

Geoff Duncan

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.

Sprint, Verizon to Offer EA Mobile Games

Mobile phone providers Verizon Wireless and Sprint have announced they will offer mobile phone video games from Electronic Arts.

Dude, We Don’t Want to Hear It

Popular PC maker Dell shuts down some Customer Care message boards.

Sharp Users Look Both Ways

Buy some headphones and lock up your remotes! Sharp has announced a new LCD screen which can display separate images to viewers on the left and the right.

Konica Minolta to Sell Cheaper Digital SLR

Konica Minolta has announced a new, inexpensive single lens reflex camera, finally tapping into one of the fastest growing digital photography markets.

Microsoft Nabs Marvel Multiplayer Games

Is your spider-sense tingling? Microsoft has just inked an exclusive deal with Marvel to develop and publish massively multiplayer online games featuring Marvel's superheroes.

Macworld Boston Best Of Show Awards

Five brand-new products pick up coveted Best of Show awards at the IDG Macworld Conference and Expo in Boston.

Yahoo Offers Live Shuttle Video Stream

Yahoo announced today it will provide live online video streams of the planned 12-day flight of the NASA space shuttle Discovery.

Study: Most DVR Users Skip Commercials

A study of 4,000 British television households finds 90 percent of DVR users skip commercials. Imagine that.

Siemens & Airbus Push In-Flight Cellphones

Siemens and Airbus have joined forces to provide in-flight cell phone service by 2006: but what will the Justice Department have to say about it?

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Logitech Unveils MP3 Headphone Line

Logitech announced three new headphones specifically for portable digital music players, including wireless Bluetooth headphones with adaptive frequency hopping.

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Aeon Digital Announces IPTV DRV and Service

Aeon Digital announces the DV-280 Digital Video Recorder, promising video recording, rentals, music, and more via their Aeon Digital Network and your broadband connection.

Google Wins Arbitration Over Sham Domains

The National Arbitration Forum finds Google has legal rights to typo domains resembling google.com.

TV Viewers Like Program Guides & DVRs

A study shows DVR owners happier about TV than non-DVR owners, and nearly half the subscribers with interactive program guides say they make it easy to find something to watch.

Suspended Sentence for Sasser Worm Writer

A German court has given the teenage author of the Sasser worm a suspended jail sentence following his confession.

Fear of Spyware Changing Online Habits

A study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project says Internet users are avoiding specific Web sites, screening attachments, and changing browsers to stay away from spyware.

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