Toys”R”Us to stock thousands of PS3s and Wiis

Toys”R”Us issued a press-release that will bring 12-30 year olds running back in the masses. The Toy superstore is said to receive large amounts of new inventory this week, right in time for Christmas. The 3 products that are attracting the most attention on this inventory list include the PS3, the Wii, and TMX Elmo. The numbers of toys distributed ...

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Make water blue: the Blue LED Faucet Light

Sick of having crystal clear water running out of your faucet like normal people, then you should upgrade to the Blue LED Faucet Light. This faucet light attaches to the end of the faucet, automatically turning on when water runs through it and turning off when the water stops flowing. The water then flows out of the faucet an eerie ...

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JLr7 watch takes 10 minutes to read

Want a watch that takes forever to actually figure out what it says? With today’s society forgetting how to read analog clocks, this watch is definitely something we do not need. The JLr7 displays the time by encoding it and allowing you to decode it though its eight rows of colored “L”s. No doubt, this watch looks awesome; it’s not ...

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Money ain’t a thing: Logitech’s 200$ Keyboard

Sure its not the 1200 dollar Optimus keyboard, but seriously who cares. If peripherals are your thing then you probably already have a nice laser Logitech mouse, like say the MX Revolution (100$). And the perfect companion for your overpriced mouse is a 200$ 199$ keyboard. The “ultra-slim Logitech diNovo Edge” apparently makes trackpads obsolete, and it should for that ...

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PC and TV in one: the LG-DA70

LG revealed a new PC and new TV today. What’s so special about that? Well the fact that these two products are in fact one in the same. That’s right, LG added another PCTV to the line, this time brining Koreans into the mix. What’s different about this PCTV from others is that LG took a TV and put a ...

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Wiimote and a 3D game on OS X? Oh yes.

We’ve seen the Wiimote hacked to PCs and more recently on Macs, but this just made us smile. A programmer managed to use the Torque Game Engine along with a Wiimote and IR Sensor Bar to play this 3D game on OS X. But he should be wearing that Wiimote strap. Watch the video after the jump.

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Apple releases new iPod games to make listening to music fun

Two new games have just been released for the iPod: Solitaire & Sudoku. These two games seem like obvious choices to add, seeing how solitaire has stood the test of time and how sudoku is a cultural phenomenon in the US. With thousands of different books being published with millions of sudoku puzzles inside, this game is nearly guaranteed high ...

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Pick up chicks with the Piaggio Gilera GP 800

The war for the fastest scooter has been raging since the early 70’s, but Piaggio triumphed with the Gilera GP800, which is deemed as “the world’s fastest scooter.” This beast is powered by a twin cylinder 850 cc engine producing 75 ponies and 76 Nm of torque. The Piaggio Gilera GP 800 is an automatic transmission powered up with a ...

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Can this be SE’s first DVB-H Bravia phone?

We all love rumors, and Esato is one of our favorite sites because usually the rumors there are well challenged before the critical crowd will buy. Anyway, here is the first picture (ever, to our knowledge) that may possibly be the real SonyEricsson DVB-H phone in works, with the Bravia brand name. Right now it smells a bit M600-ish and ...

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Samsung’s “World’s First” Optical Joystick: really NEC’s 3.9-year-old Neuropointer renamed and remarketed

Here’s a really Samsung thing to do, they tend to “borrow” ideas and remarket them. Just when we thought that we should give a “new company” another chance, they ripped off LG- their domestic enemy- with the Chololate-wannabee E900. Now it’s a different level, because they are ripping off other people’s technology instead, it’s the “world’s first Optical Joystick” on ...

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