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Casio PRX-2000T Watch

Casio Japan announced the PRX-2000T, the newest addition to it series of Protrek watches, which are geared towards sports and trekking enthusiasts. The new model is just 11.3mm thick and features a titanium with carbide coating band and bezel (weight:… Read More ›

DSTL1 Android Smartphone (2009)

The Android-based, 3-inch Sharp touchscreen, General Mobile DSTL1 is everything the T-Mobile isn’t. It has a stunning design and features combination that may convince regular consumers to choose the Android platform over iPhone. It’s similar to the iPhone design, with… Read More ›

Boom Blox Bash Party

Boom Blox Bash Party, the sequel to last year’s Boom Blox, has been announced by EA as part of the publisher’s collaboration with Steven Spielberg and is due out on Nintendo’s Wii during the spring of this year. The first… Read More ›

Prince Of Persia

Prince of Persia Epilogue, the first portion of DLC for Ubisoft’s 2008 reworking of Jordan Mechner’s iconic franchise, is due out on February 26th and is set to add new powers and attacks for the prince as well as a… Read More ›

SkiGym Simulator

The SkiGym simulator looks like it’s going for realism rather than the silly fun offered by the Wii, but some people probably want an accurate depiction of brief exhilaration before the inevitable faceplant. The SkiGym hooks up to a PC… Read More ›

Google Get Free Ideas

Google has figured out that it can save money by getting product ideas from users rather than engineers. After all, you can’t pay engineers in “shout outs” on their blogs like they’re offering for users. Yes, the tanking economy is… Read More ›

New In 2009: Windows 7

Windows Vista was a huge disappointment in many people’s eyes, but Windows 7, expected sometime before the end of the year, promises to be much better. Whether it is the new features, or the less taxing system requirements, many people… Read More ›

New In 2009: Overview

Technology evolves at a frightening pace. So much so that before new technology comes out on the market, even newer technology has outdated it. There are some interesting things coming up in 2009. Just some examples: Premium Notebooks, Wii MotionPlus,… Read More ›

iPhone Games

Game technology seems to have gone full circle. Nintendo puts games into watches, the march of technology replaces watches with cellphones, developer sneaks classic Game & Watch apps onto the iPhone. Rejoice, but make it fast. The folks of Mobile… Read More ›

Weenie Wing Commander

While some prefer encapsulating their hot dogs in a black crust of carcinogens prior to ingestion, there are others who prefer a slow roasted wiener. Some even prefer involving a spaceship in some way. From the same brilliant creators of… Read More ›

New In 2009: Wireless HDMI

A multitude of companies have various wireless HDMI technologies, but there’s no set standard (two warring factions need to settle the fight before we can have interoperable products). The technology is there, now it’s just a matter of logistics and… Read More ›

New In 2009: 4G Networks

3G is alright but we’re looking forward to even faster 4G wireless networks soon. Intel-backed WiMax launched in a few locales by carriers Sprint and ClearWire. The wide-area network currently promises peaks of 10 megabits per second but on paper… Read More ›

New In 2009: Windows 7

Windows Vista was a huge disappointment in many people’s eyes, but Windows 7, expected sometime before the end of the year, promises to be much better. Whether it is the new features, or the less taxing system requirements, many people… Read More ›

New In 2009: Overview

Technology evolves at a frightening pace. So much so that before new technology comes out on the market, even newer technology has outdated it. There are some interesting things coming up in 2009. Just some examples: Premium Notebooks, Wii MotionPlus,… Read More ›