If someone you know can't go more than a few minutes without diving back into their MP3 player, has a constant soundtrack playing in their heads, or is as obsessed with music news as you are with gadgets, then check out a few ways I'd wire the geeky music lover this year.
- Nokia's upcoming Booklet will offer 12 hours of battery life and have WiFi and a SIM card slot for 3G access — Engadget
- Lexmark has just unveiled three web-connected touchscreen printers — CNET
- California may start banning environmentally unfriendly televisions by 2011 — Unplggd
- With the new Zune HD coming out on Sept. 15, Microsoft has decided to discontinue all other Zunes — Wired
- A recent survey showed that more people watch Hulu than Time Warner Cable — Switched
- Here are 8 great game documentaries, which will teach you more about the history of gaming — Green Pixels
Zune fans rejoice! The multitouch Zune HD has just been announced by Microsoft and is said to be coming to store shelves this Fall. This new portable media device will sport a 3.3-inch, OLED touchscreen display, be able to play high-def videos, and will feature a built-in HD receiver so you can listen to HD radio. It will also come with WiFi, Xbox integration, and include a customizable Internet Explorer web browser. Microsoft has also revealed that they will showcase how the Zune works with Xbox LIVE at E3 next week, which should be interesting. Unfortunately details like price, colors, etc., weren't announced.