Likely to reside either near the top of your Christmas list or near the bottom, just above that colonic-irrigation kit you've always wanted so badly, the TwitterPeek lets you do little other than tweet
Now that the TwitterPeek Peek has gone down this singular-purpose road, why stop there? Here are some free ideas for the next generation of Peek handheld devices.
New device is designed to cater to people who want to tweet on the go with minimum effort. TwitterPeek costs $99 or $199, depending on the service plan.
The Twitter Peek does not deliver a positive Twitter experience, which is especially disappointing because that is its only purpose.
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Don't buy these one-trick ponies--unless you like gizmos that gather dust.
We have special guest Damian Koh from CNET Asia joining us on today's show. He answers our questions about the cell phone market in Asia, and surprisingly, he tells us he actually envies us for the phones that are only available in the U.S.
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Amazon's trying to compete with PayPal with a new service that brings one-click shopping into the rest of the non-Amazon world. We also kick around a rumor of Netflix coming to the Wii and discuss Google and Yahoo music searches. Oh and then Cooley and I