Daily Wrap-up for 08/22/2006

What a day – we got a good look at Blackberry's sexy new Pearl 8100 thanks to the Boy Genius. Sony Ericsson announced the drop dead gorgeous Z610 3G cell phone, news of the Q1 getting an upgrade to a 32GB Solid Stated flash memory and rumors of a new Q1b featuring Via C7-M ULV processor. We're still waiting for reports from the world whether owners of the HD DVD really did get 2.0 firmware; feel free to drop us a comment or two. Are you looking for a new smartphone with a lot of storage space for your entire collection of tunes? The Samsung 8GB music phone SCH-B570 is your answer, if you're a residence of South Korea.

So which stories did we miss today?

There are to videos of TimeShift for the Xbox 360, a Linux-controlled DIY cat feeder, Nike's new SB iPod holder, Dell exiting the DAP business, Phillip's plans for 3D LCD screens, the USB mixing kit, and a tasty bacon wallet. Looking to upgrade your entertainment center? Panasonic just unveiled two new DVRs with somewhat of a retro look. Then there's the interesting looking M790 swivel screen MP3 player, Ramos RM150 flash-based portable media player, and an odd shape Logitech ChillStream controller. We reviewed the Suunto x9i Wristop Computer with integrated GPS, but there's a new kid on the block by Casio called GPR-100 GPS watch. If you feel like we've missed any great articles or gadgets today, please submit them to here or drop me an instant message on AIM (id=dteky).

I hope you've enjoyed our coverage today, and good day from the rest of the gang at SlashGear.