Energizer just released a new flashlight and this thing means war. The Energizer Hard Case Tactical Flashlight offers up a lot of variety in the type of light you can shine on any given situation, whether it's avoiding tripping over shoes on your way to the bathroom during a blackout or reading a map in the dead of night.
Sprint weren't going to let Verizon get all the MiFi 2200 EVDO Rev.A mobile hotspot love, and so sent over their version of the Novatel modem for SlashGear to take a look at. Since both units are, technically, identical, there's no surprise as to what the Sprint MiFi is: a battery powered EVDO modem, capable of sharing out its connection to up to five WiFi devices.
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Connecting up a console to a display should be one of those things that's ridiculously straightforward, but if you're having trouble matching up sockets to plugs then Castrade may be able to help. Their CG-USC01HD-PLUS Game Box gobbles up your composite, S-Video and component video sources - such as a PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii - and spits out VGA that's ideal for your PC monitor.
Sony are tipped to be considering a digital game rental service for the PSP, supposedly having been in talks with developers since March. The company is believed to be running an online survey through TNS Interactive, that suggests various levels of subscription with new titles added potentially as soon as a month after their general release.
According to Vodafone's iPhone supplier, Brighthand, the 16GB iPhone 3G has been classified as End Of Life (EOL). A leaked email from Vodafone to their retail staff suggests that Brighthand has "only a few weeks stock available". While unconfirmed by Vodafone or Brighthand themselves, the leak lends weight to the rumor that Apple will announce a new, third-generation iPhone at the WWDC09 keynote on June 8th.
Sony Ericsson's first Android device will run the as-yet unreleased version 2.0 of the Google platform, according to the company's Asia-Pacific VP of marketing. Speaking at a Sony Ericsson launch event in Taiwan, Peter Ang described Android as creating a trio of major platforms that the company supports - Windows Mobile and Symbian being the other two - and said that the first release should arrive in the "near future".