Archive for Sep 24, 2007

MySpace Mobile now available on more devices than Helio handsets

Don’t get me wrong, I still very much recommend you get a Helio, they are amazing devices, but if you’re not able to for some reason, you will still be able to access MySpace on your mobile. Apparently a mobile MySpace was also available on AT&T handsets as well.

With the new MySpace mobile, you will be able to send and receive messages, manage friend requests, comment on pics, post bulletins, post blogs, and find new friends and/or groupies. That’s a lot of stuff to do on a device that’s probably lacking a QWERTY keypad.

T-Mobile launched Blackberry Curve 8320 with WiFi

T-Mobile launched Blackberry Curve 8320 with WiFi

T-Mobile today launched the BlackBerry 8320, RIM’s Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry Curve. It is the first BlackBerry handset available in the U.S. that supports T-Mobile HotSpot HomeSM for unlimited nationwide calling over a Wi-Fi connection and great in-home mobile coverage.

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Corsair Readout – Flash Drive with capacity status display

Corsair Readout – Flash Drive with capacity status display

Having storage to go is always convenient, and USB flash drives has proven to be very useful in transporting files. As flash drive capacities in the market gets bigger and cheaper, more people are relying on it as their “to go” storage.

Corsair Readout is a USB 2.0 flash drive that features a built-in display to show the capacity usage, free space left on the drive, and a personal ID/label. It uses "Bi-stable Cholesteric Display" (BCD)  allowing the display to operates up to one year without the use of a battery.

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Ripple Note – 12.1-inch Portable and Powerful Laptop

I'm on the go a lot, so I need to carry a notebook around that's not going to weigh me down. I'm sure there are plenty of you than can sympathize. I don't, however, want to sacrifice performance for the sake of size. Here's a good notebook that can give you the best of both worlds.

Crazed gamer buys World of Warcraft character for nearly $10,000

I've been playing World of Warcraft for close to a year now off and on. I've heard of people selling and purchasing items, gold and even characters for real money. Personally, I think they are crazy. It's just a game. Some people must be pretty desperate to make themselves feel good. One guy even paid close to $10,000 for a character.

Livit Fly – A hiding place for your projector screen

If you live in a small house or apartment, you need to take advantage of as much wall space as possible. Unfortunately, your entertainment center generally takes up the bulk of an entire wall. What if you got rid of your TV and installed a projector and screen? The projector would be much smaller, but you've still got to deal with the screen. Perhaps you could hide it away somehow.

Laptop Wallet – Simple, yet effective

When it comes to my laptop, I generally keep a firm grip on it. I can't remember ever dropping it. That's not to say that it won't ever happen, I've just been fortunate to not lose my grip yet. If you're worried about dropping it and don't feel like carrying around a bulky case, this sleeve might be worth checking out.

Gamercize – No, it won’t make your kid excercise any more

People tend to gripe that today's youth has become lazy due to the popularity of video games. While I don't deny that video games do give kids a good excuse to sit around all day, I hardly think that's the real problem. I won't bore you with my thoughts about parenting, and how that's a bigger part of the problem. I will however show you a product that will ensure that you're getting plenty of exercise while gaming.

Alien Furniture – Makes for a great conversation piece

Do you have a dungeon that's missing something? Perhaps you want a bizarre conversation piece for your otherwise mundane living room. Either way, an alien coffee table would be perfect.

Sony PSP outsells DS for the first time in Japan thanks to Crisis Core

It's no secret that the Nintendo DS has been kicking ass and taking names over in Japan. It naturally comes as a great shock to hear that the PSP outsold it last week in Japan.

The Refillable Record Book puts old records to use

Anything that puts old technology to use in a fun way is worth paying tribute to. This Refillable Record Book is a cool vintage way to keep notes around and uses actual old records.

Chic sleeve for the MacBook from Case-Mate

One of the best parts about the MacBook is the clean and simple design. Its understated and chic, so why not have a sleeve that sticks to that trend.