Gadgets

iPod dock in new Apple keyboard?

Everyone’s favorite Apple rumor site, ThinkSecret, is claiming that Apple is prepping a new USB keyboard with a built-in iPod dock. Of course, the sources were unable to see the keyboard, but they heard of it being spotted in the wild by customers who sent their keyboards to Apple for replacement. Though the number of keyboards is supposedly less than ...

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Olympus E-400 DSLR shows us what small means

Why must Olympus flaunt the size of the E-400 in our faces, teasing us with the tantalizing vision of a functional and very mini DSLR? Compared to the rather obese E-500, this camera is a mini-machine of madness and mayhem (add your word starting with “m” here). With an increased resolution from the E-500, and the amazingly geeky and useful ...

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All roads lead to ‘iPhone’

Yet another patent has been filed hinting at a cell phone with a form of iTunes integration. The patent was published on November 30th and is listed as Serial Number 501184. Though this patent does not mention the iPhone, it does hint to wireless portable computing device. According to the application: A portable computing device capable of wireless communications, the ...

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Samsung’s YP-K3 Out-Sexy’s Nano (Maybe)

Samsung’s new YP-K3 MP3 player is dead sexy. Sleek lines, few buttons, and a sharp-looking display push this little wonder high up the ranks of sexy DAPs. The YP-K5’s little brother, without the built-in speaker touted by its older sibling, the YP-K3 is set to debut at CES 2007. The YP-K3 boasts a 1.8-inch screen, and Samsung claims it’s their ...

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BenQ MusiQ player: for midget sized geeks

Don’t let the disguise fool you! These dog tag shaped pieces of metal are more then just for decoration around your local gangsta’s neck. The BenQ MusiQ takes the idea of the shuffle portable media, and makes it a fashion statement (or a nice prank to play on your military unit. “Man down! What’s the officer’s name? BenQ MusiQ? Hey….What ...

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Hack your iTunes album art

When iTunes announced it’s feature of automatically importing high-quality album cover images to my iTunes library, the tech-loving side of our brains here at Gearfuse started to sing a song of praise. We have dreamed of a smooth integration of album artwork and iTunes pretty much since we’ve had an iPod. For the most part, a smooth integration was exactly ...

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