NES Cartridge modded as wireless router, exterior sticker and all

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The Nintendo gaming system has won fans all over the world with its amazing capabilities. The uniqueness of the games and novelty of the machine makes the NES a must have for every true video game aficionado. If you like to do your own hack jobs and fabricate unique looking products then you should definitely have a look at the NES cartridge wireless router.

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Nokia N8 bound for Rogers Wireless Canada

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Nokia isn’t going down without a fight. The Finnish phonemaker is losing market share to the Androids and iPhones of the world, but it’s got some hot new handsets coming down the chute too. You know that iPhone-fighting Nokia N8? Well, that’s making its way over to Canada through Rogers Wireless.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab is $600 this November 11 on Verizon Wireless

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amsung and Verizon are opening the doors on Galaxy Tab sales beginning this November 11th. The price is a whopping $600, that’s it, no discounts, subsidy, or anything else. My guess is the first round are in limited quantities, so they won’t have a problem selling it to early adopters who have a deep inner desire for a less than optimized Android tablet.

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India’s wireless carriers pushing for CDMA iPhones

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Ever since the iPhone first launched with AT&T many moons ago, we wondered when and if Apple would ever come forward with a CDMA version of the device. The push seems to be getting closer, because two major wireless providers in India are reportedly “in talks” with Apple about the possibility.

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iOS 4.2 will bring AirPrint wireless printing to your iDevice

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One point to having wireless devices like the iPad, iPhone and even the iPod touch, is that you can do just about everything you want without being “plugged in.” Soon, you’ll be able to do one more everyday thing on the these devices, and that is to print.

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True wireless charging coming from Fujitsu this century?

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When I first heard about the idea of wireless charging, I thought that I could leave my cell phone just about anywhere near the charging device and the battery would magically get topped up. And then they crushed my dreams with the inductive charging system. Well, Fujitsu has just renewed my hopes again with its latest development.

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Logitech H760 wireless headset has built-in EQ

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A wireless headset from Logitech has been announced today, the H760 is $99.99 and has a built-in equalizer for optimizing sound just the way you like it. I’m a little disappointed that it’s not Bluetooth and uses a 2.4 GHz RF dongle to transmit back and forth to your computer, you are still getting 48 kHz audio and 40 feet range, but I like to complain.

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Genius offers first wireless graphic tablet: The MousePen M508W

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Another option for graphic designers has emerged this week. Genius, makers of tablets and other peripherals have added the first wireless tablet to their roster. The 5 x 8-inch MousePen M508W tablet is just $199 and will ship this September. As for technicals, it gives you 1024-levels of pressure sensitivity, comparable to the Intuos Bamboo pen but twice the LPI, sitting pretty at 4000.

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Leaked: Verizon Wireless roadmap for 2010-2011 has Motorola Android tablet, Droid Pro

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Verizon is already becoming a preferred home for many Android smartphones, like the Droid Incredible and Droid X, but it seems that Motorola has another one bound for VZW called the Motorola DROID Pro. This’ll rock a 1.3GHz processor, four-inch touchscreen, and global roaming, quite possibly putting the Droid X to shame. Expect to see this in November.

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Get ready for a 42Mbps HSPA+ wireless network from Telus

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The idea behind this technology is that it uses “advanced multiplexing techniques to combine two wireless data carriers,” each of which can push up to 21Mbps each. Combine these two and you have a single carrier with download speeds of up to 42 Mb/s. That’s certainly impressive.

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Review: TruLink 60GHz wireless HD Kit puts your TV exactly where it should be

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What do you do if you have beautifully exposed brick wall, a hard to place TV scenario, and you just want to set it up in the best place possible. Cables To Go has released the TruLink 60GHz Wireless HD Kit that will transmit your HDMI components, including sound, to your HD 1080p TV. The 60GHz wireless HD Kit is stupid easy to setup. They sent us a unit and it was a little dull to setup, but fantastic to use.

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Wi-Fi Sync wirelessly syncs jailbroken iPhones with iTunes

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Wi-Fi Sync is an app for the iPhone that allows you to sync your iTunes library on your Mac over a Wi-Fi connection; the clincher, it has to be jailbroken. Apple doesn’t allow wireless syncing for god knows what reason, but if they were planning on it than we would have probably heard of it in the iPhone OS 4 update. Until then, you will have to resort to seedy methods; the app sells for $10 from the hacked app store Cydia. A program similar to Wi-Fi Sync was started back in 2007 called uSync, it required executing shell scripts and libs: “SVN GTKPod/libgpod and SVN GNUPod (with a couple extra modifications),” and hasn’t gone anywhere since.

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Google to work on iPad killer with Verizon Wireless, HTC too?

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Apple may be the first to sell a million tablet computers, in part due to their massive application portal and market penetration, but Google says they are not far behind. We knew the Internet giant was planning a Google tablet, it would without a doubt run on a modified mobile Android OS, but the details were slim. Verizon Wireless CEO just announced they plan to work with Google on it; perhaps with what could lead to an interesting device, giving them a chance to make right what the iPad did wrong.

“We’re working on tablets together, for example. We’re looking at all the things Google has in its archives that we could put on a tablet to make it a great experience.” Verizon’s chief executive, Lowell McAdam told The Wall Street Journal.

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