Archive for July, 2010

Atomic9 debuts Bluetooth Wristband Speakerphone

Atomic9 debuts Bluetooth Wristband Speakerphone

Over the last year there have been a lot of new wrist phones debut on the market. These phones put all the parts of typical feature phone into a watch that you can wear on your wrist for making calls and listening to music. The catch is if you have a phone you really like but wanted the wrist style you were mostly out of luck.

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HTC EVO 4G for Sprint Updating to Android 2.2 Beginning August 3rd

HTC EVO 4G for Sprint Updating to Android 2.2 Beginning August 3rd

Sprint has apparently done what many thought impossible: finished testing on Android 2.2 for the EVO 4G, before the end of the year. In fact, it's happening next week. There had been some rumors earlier today that suggested the update would actually start trickling out to EVO owners beginning tomorrow, but it looks like Sprint has come forward and set the record straight. Thankfully, it's still good news.

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PlayStation Move Starter Pack Features 9 Demos in the UK

PlayStation Move Starter Pack Features 9 Demos in the UK

While we consider the truth behind a recent rumor of a smaller hard drive bundled together with PlayStation's Move motion-based controller, we're now hit with another piece of news. Sony is bringing plenty of bundles to the marketplace once Move launches, but it looks like the same Starter Pack that's seeing both US and UK-based launches is getting a bit of a switch-up once it launches.

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Ewee-PT Takes the Glamor Out of the Segway

Ewee-PT Takes the Glamor Out of the Segway

If you've wanted a Segway, but thought it looked too "flashy" for you, then here's what you've been waiting for. It's the "little sister" of the Segway, and you should take that title to heart. Because, as you can see from the image, there isn't much here that actually looks like a Segway. Other than that curved middle-section and handlebars, it's missing that familiar over-sized base, plus all the plastic you'd want to show off.

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Verizon LTE USB Modem Images Break Cover

Verizon LTE USB Modem Images Break Cover

As we inch closer to 2011, or more accurately, the end of 2010, Verizon's plans to burst into the 4G market get closer and closer. It looks like the 4G equipment is starting to flow into Verizon employee hands. Not a bad thing at all, especially considering that hopefully means it will start slipping out into the customer's hands sooner than later.

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125-Piece Puzzle Becomes Functioning Single-Shot Pistol

125-Piece Puzzle Becomes Functioning Single-Shot Pistol

If you own a handgun, or any kind of firearm for that matter, you probably have it safely secured somewhere in your home. Probably behind a door, or in a drawer, which are then locked for good measure. And, considering how practical that is, we're happy to show off this completely ridiculous, not practical option. But, while it may not be practical at all, it's extremely cool. Especially if you like puzzles.

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