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Good-Game-Media eBay Auction for Replica Emile Helmet from Halo: Reach Ends Tonight

Good-Game-Media eBay Auction for Replica Emile Helmet from Halo: Reach Ends Tonight

Bidding on things from eBay is a daily occurrence for some people out there. The thrill of winning, or losing, and sometimes even getting something pretty cool out of it, too, is all reason enough to keep trying your luck in the global auction. In this case, you could start bidding on a replica helmet from Halo: Reach, worn by the knife-wielding character Emile.

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eBay adds QR Code scanning to RedLaser Barcode-Scanning iPhone App

eBay adds QR Code scanning to RedLaser Barcode-Scanning iPhone App

eBay has announced a new addition to its RedLaser Barcode-Scanning app for the iPhone that gives the app a really cool new feature. The App can now scan QR Codes and get information on the product from eBay listings. QR codes are quick response codes that can direct buyers to information on an offering.

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Buy your own NASA space glove wearing robotic hand on eBay

Buy your own NASA space glove wearing robotic hand on eBay

Something about this robotic hand is creepy to me. It reminds me of that severed appendage that crawled around trying to strangle Michael Cain in the old horror flick "The Hand." Creepy or not this is a piece of robotics history called the Omni-Hand I and was the first motorized dexterous robot hand.

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Pre-release Nokia N8 sells on eBay for just £310

Pre-release Nokia N8 sells on eBay for just £310

Silly us; here we were waiting for Nokia's official launch of the N8, and all we needed to do was head over to eBay.  A supposedly "brand new & boxed" N8 has just sold on the online auction site for a measly £310 - that's £119 less than the unlocked, SIM-free model is going for on Nokia's own preorder page - meaning someone will get their hands on the smartphone potentially weeks ahead of everybody else.

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Paul Allen Sues Google and Apple, Other High-Profile Companies

Paul Allen Sues Google and Apple, Other High-Profile Companies

When it comes to patents, making sure that yours are kept up to date, and that other companies aren't using the same technology that you incorporated in them is a prime directive. Even patents that aren't necessarily as high-profile as some others, they still need to be defended. And that's exactly what Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder, is doing. In a new report that came to the surface today, it looks like Allen is suing Google, Apple, and a slew of other high-profile companies in a patent dispute.

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iPod touch camera prototype hits eBay

iPod touch camera prototype hits eBay

Apple's plans to put a camera in the iPod touch have been raked over on numerous occasions - in fact we saw a supposed case design just the other day - and we've even seen a few prototypes in the wild.  Now, though, you can buy your very own iPod touch camera prototype, as long as you don't mind bidding for it on eBay and not actually being able to use the camera functionality.

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Palm Foleo hits eBay [Update: Sold for $750!]

Palm Foleo hits eBay [Update: Sold for $750!]

Palm's Foleo was - depending on who you ask - either the ideal companion device, cruelly axed before it had a chance to shine, or a pointless distraction for the company's engineers and implicit in their downward spiral.  Either way, if you've always wanted to own one yourself, now you have the chance.  Ixle picked up a Foleo a month or so ago and has been blogging about it ever since; now he's putting the Palm pseudo-netbook back up on eBay.

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Custom Weta Casemod Makes Limited Editions Look Cheap

Microsoft Xbox 360 Custom Weta Casemod Makes Limited Editions Look Cheap

Custom made things are always welcome here, and you get an honorable mention for making something that's relatively normal on a regular basis look this awesome. Because, truth be told, this has to be the best looking Xbox 360 we've ever seen. Then again, we shouldn't expect any less from Weta Studios over there in New Zealand, now should we?

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Rare Atari 2600 game Air Raid sells for $31K

Rare Atari 2600 game Air Raid sells for $31K

Alright gamers, it's time to hit up your garage, attic, or storage building and check your stash of old, obsolete video games. Some of those games are worth big bucks. When I was a kid, I had an Atari and a hoard of games for the thing. I typically only played a few of them and over the years, I have thrown them all away.

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Apple threatens guy who tried to sell 5th Ave store step on eBay with legal action

Apple threatens guy who tried to sell 5th Ave store step on eBay with legal action

There is a bunch of odd junk that people try to sell on eBay. A few weeks back a strange eBay auction turned up that was for a cracked glass step from the Apple 5th Ave store in NYC. The step was from the fancy glass staircase in the store.

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Intel Core i9 CPU lands on eBay ahead of official launch

Intel Core i9 CPU lands on eBay ahead of official launch

You can find just about anything on eBay and if you have some junk you can sell just about anything on eBay as well. We mentioned back in August that the 6-core Gulftown CPU from Intel had been spied in the wild. The Core i9 CPU has now landed on eBay at auction well ahead of the expected launch.

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Bioshock Big Daddy costume for sale on eBay

Bioshock Big Daddy costume for sale on eBay

Volpin Props' awesome Bioshock Big Daddy costume has been rocking around the internet for a while now, generally prompting whoops of admiration wherever it's spotted, and now - in an attempt to reclaim some workshop space - the whole thing is up on eBay.  Currently at $840 after 47 bids (and still yet to pass its reserve) the costume is roughly seven foot tall - depending on wearer - with a motorized drill arm and LED lighting.

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