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Meebo adds support for Facebook and MySpace

Meebo adds support for Facebook and MySpace

For those of us who would like to have all of our instant messaging services open but do not like having all the windows open and do not want to download yet another application, Meebo is the perfect web-based instant messaging service.

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New Moto Multi Navigation System is based off one slick compass

New Moto Multi Navigation System is based off one slick compass

The Moto is a Multi Navigation System designed by Jeongmin Ok. This sleek looking navigation system is based of the design of a compass. As odd as that sounds, this device concept just looks so beautiful. Depending on what car you have this device just may make your ride look bad.

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The Antec Sonata Elite claims to be extremely quiet

The Antec Sonata Elite claims to be extremely quiet

Many of us, especially gamers get sick of the loud noise our desktop PCs make, that’s why Antec has created the Sonata Elite. This case has silicone grommets that are use to reduce vibration by a significant amount and in the end reduce the noise put out by your desktop.

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XCM Dominator arcade style joystick for PS3

XCM Dominator arcade style joystick for PS3

If your anything like me then arcade sticks are the only way to play your favorite fighting games. Luckily for PS3 owners there is a new arcade style joystick available.  This is kind of odd as the mainstream video games have turned to first person shooters and the PS3 doesn’t not have many fighting titles to begin with.

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iPhone Dev Team demos yellowsn0w iPhone 3G unlock live

iPhone Dev Team demos yellowsn0w iPhone 3G unlock live

A member of the iPhone Dev Team, MuscleNerd, has given us a live streaming video demo of the yellowsn0w iPhone 3G unlock on a previously SIM locked iPhone 3G. The iPhone Dev Team decided to stream live on Qik.com so there were no arguments that the video was edited or modified in any way.

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Nokia’s 5800 XpressMusic passes the FCC 3G and all

Nokia’s 5800 XpressMusic passes the FCC 3G and all

Just after getting our hands on the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, the FCC has released information confirming that the touchscreen handset will be hitting the US complete with 3G. Now from what we can see there is no AT&T logo or branding from another carrier.

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EA reportedly cutting 10 percent of their workforce

EA reportedly cutting 10 percent of their workforce

It seems even the video game industry is feeling the tough economic squeeze these days. Just the other day we reported that Free Radical has indeed entered into administration and cut many of their employees loose. Well not it seems its EA’s turn to cut back.

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First of many Starcraft 2 Battle Reports get released

First of many Starcraft 2 Battle Reports get released

Blizzard has released the first of what is to be a series of Starcraft 2 battle reports. This video is a match from the alpha version of the game - narrated by lead designer Dustin Browder and e-Sports team member Robert Simpson - in which Matt Cooper and David Kim play a 1-on-1 match as Protoss and Terrran.

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The i-SOBOT takes home 2008 Robot of the Year Award

The i-SOBOT takes home 2008 Robot of the Year Award

Takara Tomy’s Omnibot 17μ i-SOBOT, has been recognized by Guinness as the smallest mass-produced robot of its kind and was crowned Japan’s 2008 Robot of the Year. The annual Robot of the Year Award was started by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in 2006 to promote development of robots in many industries.

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CMU students design Footballs and gloves to help referees

CMU students design Footballs and gloves to help referees

We have all watched a football game with close calls that we don’t exactly agree with the referee on, but will new advancements in technology help or hinder the situation? Footballs and gloves with sensors just may be able to help referees with those close calls make more accurate calls.

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CV-MP01 comes in as one of the worlds smallest LED video projectors

CV-MP01 comes in as one of the worlds smallest LED video projectors

With a world that seems bent on making everything either as big or as small as possible, we do not find the coming of the CV-MP01 anything out of the ordinary. This seemingly useless device seems to be more for the “I told you I could do it” factor.

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Apple files patent for multitouch mice

Apple files patent for multitouch mice

Apple’s patents are always very interesting to say the least. Every time we see one we are constantly reminded that Apple not only thinks outside the box, but also manages to stay two steps ahead of everyone else in terms of new ideas and technological innovation.

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