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14 12 2008

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iExcuse (not an Apple Product)

14 12 2008


Hey Guys! For all of you iPhone users out their, be care full what you send out via email. You never know when your girl friend or parents might stumble upon your new mistress. Click here to check out the full story.





Asus Eee PC 900 Review

10 12 2008

By Jonathan

The Tech Lunch got to review the Asus Eee PC 900 this week. It is a neat little machine!

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The Tech Lunch Photo Contest

9 12 2008

The Tech Lunch is holding it’s first ever photo contest. Three lucky winners will receive their choice of iPod cases from Mophie or Extreme Mac.

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Rules: All photos submitted must be your own work or of you. You might have copyright permission to publish and submit the images you send in. By submitting images you agree that Geeks2Girls and The Tech Lunch has full access to publish said images. You may only submit up to five images per contest. Three winners will be selected by the Tech Lunch staff.

Subject: Most Geeky thing you have ever done

Submissions: jonathan.thetechlunch.com

Deadline: January 1st, 2009





iPhone Holiday Gift Guide

8 12 2008

By Jonathan

Geeks2Girls has searched though hundreds of apps in the iTunes app store to bring you our favorites for this holiday season. Weather you are traveling on vacation or sitting around with the family, you are sure to need a little entertainment.

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Wal-Mart Selling the iPhone Confirmed

8 12 2008

By Kris at 4:27 PM

10-15-07-iphone1It has been confirmed that Wal-Mart will sell the iPhone towards the end of December, but it is still unknown whether Apple will sell the previous iPhone for $99. Employees in many Wal-Mart stores are going through training detailing how they are supposed to sell the iPhone. In a note on december fifth Shaw Wu, an analyst for Kaufman Brothers in San Francisco, said “One of the key things Apple needs to do to drive broader iPhone adoption is to build a more complete product line” with low- end, mid-range and high-end products. So Shaw Wu is basically saying that Apple needs to make a low-budget iPhone, a standard iPhone, and then the high end iPhone. Just as Apple did with the iPods you got the Shuffle, Nano, Video, and Touch. As of right now I don’t have an iPhone, but if it’s going to cost $100 I know I will be getting one. Would you? Comment.





Compact Flash Showdown – Lexar vs Sandisk

8 12 2008

By Jonathan

lexarFor all of our photographer viewers, The Tech Lunch did a side by side comparison of Lexar vs Sandisk. The winner is clear, but we were surprised by how much. Read the rest of this entry »