Ian Bell

Ian Bell

I work with the best people in the world and get paid to play with gadgets. What's not to like?
Articles
Gaming

New PS2 hardware rolls out in the UK

Sony brings in new edition PS2s along with price cut
Gaming

Vivendi dumped by Interplay

Spat over finances has Interplay considering other distribution options.
Computing

MusicMatch launches download service

MusicMatch, the software company best known for its popular music player, on Monday launched a pay-as-you-download music service.
Computing

Altec Lansing VS4121 2.1 review

3dGameMan.com reviews the Altec Lansing VS4121 2.1 computer speaker system and are pleased with its performance.
Computing

Samsung SyncMaster 211MP TFT-LCD review

Modthebox reviews the Samsung SyncMaster 211MP LCD monitor.
Computing

PowerPro C 3:16 ULTRA laptop revie

PowerPro C 3:16 ULTRA is Built by ODM Quanta Computers, packaged and sold by PowerNotebooks.com.
Gaming

Nintendo plans wireless GBA adapter

Nintendo plans to launch a wireless link-up adapter for the Game Boy Advance and GBA SP next year, according to a press release from Motorola.
Home Theater

Rumors of DirecTV dumping TiVo

Rumors reported by the Los Angeles Times and Reuters say that DirecTV, under the control of News Corp, is planning to end its four year relationship with TiVo.
Mobile

Philips launches 530 phone

Philips launches mobile phone that lets consumers create a complete music experience.
Gaming

Xbox exclusive ‘Jade Empire’ in development

Microsoft and BioWare announced that "Jade Empire" is currently in development by critically acclaimed RPG developer BioWare, exclusively for the Microsoft Xbox video game system.
Photography

Kodak stops making slide projectors

Eastman Kodak Company announced its intent to stop making and selling slide projectors by June 2004.
Photography

Gateway DV-S20 pocket multi-cam

The Gateway DV-S20 Pocket Multi-Cam combines MPEG4 video and 2-megapixel still photography into one low-cost device at just $199.99.