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Atari Touch Tablet for the outdated artist in all of us

Atari Touch Tablet for the outdated artist in all of us

Some of us oldies may have a hard time adapting to the new advances in technology. Those of us who are holding onto old devices with a death grip wont necessarily have to let to in order to be with the times, we all just need a little upgrade.

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PS3 XCM Dominator brings back arcade style cheating

PS3 XCM Dominator brings back arcade style cheating

It seems over the years video game manufactures have moved from arcade style video games to first person shooters and multiplayer party games. Now we have an amazing looking arcade stick to play some of our favorite 2D fighting games on the Playstation 3.

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New PS3 update to include photo sorting

New PS3 update to include photo sorting

The Sony Playstation 3 is about to get a new update that will include a new Photo Gallery application that will sort your photos. This new application can detect faces and interestingly enough determine if the person is smiling or not and sort the photos accordingly.

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New electronic stress ball lets you relieve stress on your computer screen

New electronic stress ball lets you relieve stress on your computer screen

We all know that the typical workday can get a bit overbearing and stressful at times. That is why every employer should give their employees the gift of virtual stress relief. Now if previous stress relief methods have failed you this one may surprise you.

Similar to punching a pillow when your angry, the traditional stress ball allows you to squeeze, slam and otherwise abuse it in whatever way you choose in order to somehow get rid of the stress your feeling. This oddly shaped stress toy allows you to virtually take your stress out on your computer screen. Go ahead and put a picture of your boss on the screen and give him a good squeeze.

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More 10-inch Acer Aspire One photos surface in multiple colors

More 10-inch Acer Aspire One photos surface in multiple colors

Just this morning details about the new 10.1-inch variation of the Acer Aspire One leaked onto the net with not much information that we do not already know. Well it appears that yet again pictures have found there way to us, this time in three pretty familiar colors to better suit everybody.

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Amazing solar powered New American Home

Amazing solar powered New American Home

While most of us were in Vegas coving the CES floor of events the guys over at DVICE were away from the strip checking out the New American Home. This new age home was built with help from a few select tech companies, the most notable being Microsoft.

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Sony’s new VAIO P photographed in Hong Kong

Sony’s new VAIO P photographed in Hong Kong

Just last week all knowingly false hopes of an affordable Sony VAIO P were extinguished as Amazon’s UK site fixed what was reported as a typo. Now the portable device has been spotted on store shelves in Hong Kong complete with price tag.

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Sirius XM rumored to raise pricing by spring 2009

Sirius XM rumored to raise pricing by spring 2009

All of you long time Sirius XM satellite radio subscribers may have something more to worry about starting in spring. According to “ken.muise” at the Digital Radio Central forums you may have more expensive fees as well as some changes to the service they provide by springtime.

The person who is starting this rumor claims to be an employee of the Sirius XM Activations Department, if anyone would know these new policy changes it would be the activation department. The first rumor outlines that each additional radio added will costs $8.99, which is a $2 increase from standard pricing today. The second string of bad news is that online streaming will now cost you $2.99 for most packages rather than being entirely free. This service can also range up to $8.99 a month for the Mostly Music and family Pack.

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Elcomsoft utilizes GPGPU to quickly hack network encryption

Elcomsoft utilizes GPGPU to quickly hack network encryption

Elcomsoft is a privately owned company out of Moscow that specializes in Windows Productivity applications. Recently they have released their new Wireless Security Auditor suite, which is capable of cracking WPA/WPA2-PSK in record time with the utilization of your graphics processor.

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Victory Motorcycles shows off stripped down Core concept

Victory Motorcycles shows off stripped down Core concept

Last week at Cycle World International Motorcycle Show in New York they were able to unveil the new Victory Motorcycle’s CORE concept bike. Designed by Victory’s lead Industrial Designer, Michael Song, the bike features some great body work with a ton of touring amenities.

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Obaba spy belt buckle just in time for the presidential inauguration

Obaba spy belt buckle just in time for the presidential inauguration

Just in time for President Obama’s presidential inauguration we have spotted the Obaba Buckle DVR (yes it's spelled "Obaba"), which really is nothing more than a spy cam in a place you wouldn’t normally look.  The buckle includes a hidden video cam complete with audio.

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ASUS announces new F70 and F50 range of media notebooks

ASUS announces new F70 and F50 range of media notebooks

ASUS has just announced the new F50 and F70 range of notebooks designed to bring users a range of multimedia features as well as extensive multitasking capabilities. The F50GX offers great graphics with the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M G dedicated graphics chipset. The F70Sl offers users an astounding 1TB of storage space allowing users to do more on the go.

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