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Well, you have to give AT&T some credit. They are trying really hard to make sure they don’t succumb to a massive hemorrhage of users when the Verizon iPhone hits in a couple of days. Today, they’ve been sending out emails to current customers with the following subject line: Feel free to make a call while reading this email. Very clever. This, of course, plays up the fact that while the AT&T iPhone can support both data and voice at the same time, the Verizon iPhone can’t (due to current CDMA limitations).
With USB 3.0 becoming the port of choice for many new notebooks and desktops, many accessory companies are now looking to provide peripherals that convert other formats to USB 3.0. It’s a fight for compatibility, and NewerTech is now introducing a new adapter that makes any eSATA hard drives compatible with USB 3.0. The idea is simple: if…
Warner Bros. and CBS Films are teaming up to co-develop and co-produce the adaptation, which will be produced by Mosaic and Roy Lee.
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The NHL has seen quite a bit of volatility in terms of ownership since the lockout ended in 2005. Since then, franchises in Atlanta, Montreal, Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Nashville, and Phoenix, among others, have either been sold or put up for sale.
The New Jersey Devils are reportedly next up on the list.
by Milton Kent
Once Urban Meyer stepped down for good as Florida‘s head football coach in November, the clock began counting down to when some broadcast entity would bring the man who won two national titles in six years into the fold as an analyst. It just seemed too obvious that the youthful, telegenic Meyer would make a pit stop in a booth or studio before heading back to the sidelines.
And sure enough, the most likely suitor, ESPN, announced Monday that it has signed Meyer to join its ranks, with his first appearance coming during Wednesday’s marathon ESPNU show for National Signing Day.
Meyer developed a taste for television work after serving as a guest analyst for the Worldwide Leader for the national title game in January. That experience helped Meyer get past a desire he might have had to sit relaxing on his couch for a year or more.
“There’s a lot of time, and I don’t sit very well and I want to stay around college football,” said Meyer on a conference call Monday. “There was time (to ponder sitting out) , but not much time. I was really hoping something like this would materialize after the national championship game.”
More Coverage: Objectivity a Question Mark for Meyer, ESPN