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While it had been a few ticks since Pure Digital gave you DAB listeners out there anything new to chew on, the Euro-based radio maker is back with yet another mini system designed to blast out tunes from the comfort of your living room. Encased in the firm's traditionally simple, classy design, th

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February 24, 2007 at 10:05AM
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For you folks who can take advantage of the DAB niceties, Pure Digital has released a household radio that rocks time-shifting capabilities more commonly associated with your Sky+ box. The Élan RV40 sports a svelte silver finish with a hint of retro in the grille, mixed with the curves of a

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Thanks to an active hacker community and a fortuitously wide open FTP server, Pure Digital's \"one time use\" digital cameras aren't so \"one time use\" anymore. The FTP server contained an app designed to configure security keys, and after a bit of hacking around the team has the 40-bit key finder up a

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We're not sure how many adults are into insect-inspired audio gear, but if you live in the UK and you're looking to get your kids hooked on the wonders of DAB radio, then the Bug Too from Pure Digital (not to be confused with the identically-named manufacturer of those disposable digital cameras) m

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital entertainment:When Pure Digital released its disposable camcorder last year, I praised its size, simplicity, and services integration. My two main quibbles with the product were price (part

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Despite our initial skepticism of the disposable digital cameras and camcorders from Pure Digital, RCA likes what it sees in at least one of the company's products, as they've just released their own version of the Point & Shoot Video Camcorder. Like the P&SVC, RCA's EZ101 will also retail f

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If you're not sure you want to spend $30 for one of those single-use video cameras -- with the prospect of spending another $13 for a 20 minute DVD of your footage -- but still would like to do some video on the cheap, Pure Digital is releasing a standalone version of their video camera for a mere $

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