3G iPod Shuffle Ripped Apart for All to See

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Well, that didn’t take long at all. The new iPod Shuffle was introduced to the world only two days ago, but we have already found an incredibly detailed dismantling of the latest tiny music player. The inquisitive types at iFixIt have taken it upon themselves to take apart the iPod Shuffle 2K9, giving us a […]

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iPhone Hits Judgment Day with Terminator Salvation Game

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Even without Christian Bale’s on-set outburst, Terminator Salvation is garnering a fair bit of attention from fans of the series. The upcoming Hollywood movie finally takes us beyond Judgment Day to when John Connor is a man and has to do battle with a series of robots bent on destroying mankind. Damn that Skynet. To […]

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Netbooks and BB Bold Get Jazzy with Gelaskins

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I’ve been rocking a Gelaskins protective skin on my Nintendo DS Lite for almost a year now and it’s still holding up quite well. It keeps my portable gamer reasonably protected from debris and damage while offering a huge dose of style. Gelaskins has now announced that it has expanded its stylish skin collection to […]

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No More Jailbreak: Android Tossed Back in Prison

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Unfortunately for the little robot that could, Google has decided to send out an automatic update that addresses the “issue” of having the Android OS jailbroken by the rogue online community. It was only a couple days ago that someone found out how to jailbreak Android. The process for jailbreaking the T-Mobile G1 wasn’t really […]

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Tech News Roundup: Google Android, iPhone Keyboard, Bum-Powered Flash Drives…

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What’s happening in the world of mobile technology? AT&T’s working on a robot, a mobile suit excretes memory, and the friendly skies are getting friendlier with free porn. Yes, it’s quite an eclectic day. T-Mobile may have gotten the jump on the competition by offering the first Android phone, but that era of exclusivity is […]

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Disposable Google Android Phone Coming from Hop-on

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Hop-on is a company that prides itself in making ridiculously affordable cell phones, including a $10 disposable phone and an el cheapo iPhone 3G competitor. With all this fervor surrounding the T-Mobile G1, Hop-on has developed some interest in the open source platform too. As such, Hop-on has announced that it will be unveiling a […]

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Japandroid: Google Android Invades Japan Next Year

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A giant robot roaming through the streets of Tokyo? Why am I reminded of so many sci-fi movies? Sure, you may replace Godzilla and Ultraman with Google in this case, but it seems that Android will be making its official debut in Japan starting next year. NTT DoCoMo has officially announced that it will be […]

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Steampunk Goes Crazy with Bluetooth Too

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It’s a name that most geeks recognize by now, because Steampuk has taken its retro mechanicals to all sorts of modern hardware. At long last, a Steampunk Bluetooth headset has arrived. Sure, we’ve been able to enjoy a Steampunk-inspired notebook and other awesome creations, but how about wearing some exposed gears on the side of […]

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Survey: Japan Loves iPhone, Despises BlackBerry

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Over in Japan, they are surrounded by some of the most advanced technology this world has ever seen. They’ve got everything from robotic dogs to wheelchairs that can climb stairs. When it comes to the mobile phone market, they’ve got quite a few local toys as well, but what about the world of smartphones? Sitting […]

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Video: R2-D2 from Star Wars Reduced to USB Hub Duties

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Between the two best known robots from the Star Wars franchise, the one that had no real speaking parts had to be the one with more personality and more spunk. He was the one that helped Luke Skywalker fly his X-Wing through the Death Star and he was the one that had no problem probing […]

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See Spot? Visual Search Launched by KDDI Japan (Video)

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This isn’t an entirely new development, but I still think that it’s pretty awesome. KDDI Japan has just launched their ER Search application, which effectively reads the information in your camera phone pictures and uses that to find relevant stuff online. For example, if you happened to be in a bookstore and you took a […]

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Softbank Transforming Mecha Phones Are For Real

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You would think that something like this comes straight out of a cheesy Michael Bay movie, but it turns out that the transforming mecha phone from Softbank Japan is actually legitimate. These are apparently real cell phones that happen to have similar abilities to those of the Autobots and Decepticons. Officially unveiled as the Toshiba […]

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Video: Get Behind the Wheel of BMW 1-Series

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Creative advertising goes a long way in selling a product, regardless of whether said product is actually a winner or a loser. I need not remind you things like Chia Pets and Pet Rocks. Marketing works wonders. When it comes to the BMW 1-Series, I’m more interested in the ridiculous engine shoved under the hood, […]

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Motorola WiMAX Modems Look Like R2-D2, Black Obelisk of Power

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Most modems are boring boxes with a couple of antennas sticking out the back. Not these bad boys, though. Motorola has taken a decidedly unique approach to their CPEi300 and CPEi800 WiMax modems. The former, with its chrome dome appearance, reminds me of a certain droid from a galaxy far, far away, whereas the latter […]

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IBM Creates Solar Powered Submarines to Monitor the Hudson

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We’ve seen all sorts of solar powered devices in our day. Some people are trying to implement them in cell phones. Others aim to have solar powered cars. This latest creation seems to inch closer to the latter, but it’s going much deeper and much wetter than that. IBM has partnered up with a non-profit […]

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