BlackBerry Pearl comes to Cingular

The BlackBerry Pearl has redefined our thoughts of what eye candy should be. It’s slim design combined with the large beautiful screen cause one to think “iPod who?” Fortunately for Cingular customers, the BlackBerry Pearl has officially been released and is now available for anyone to buy. The Pearl is currently listed at $200 with a 2 year contract or ...

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Samsung SCH-B550 brings 3D graphics to mobile

While we’ve all seen mobile’s that look more sleek and flashy, Samsung’s SCH-B550 smartphone is one piece of gear that packs a shit-load of power, into a tiny package. The B550 comes equipped with the usual features of a recently produced Asian cellphone. You got your MP3 player. You’ve got your 2 megapixel camera for any upskirt opportunities that might ...

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New LG ‘e-Book’ Concept is Gas-Guzzler

LG has unveiled a new concept laptop they call the ‘e-Book’. No, this isn’t an eBook reader. It’s a forward-thinking laptop, sporting an OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) screen (which is much more energy-efficient than an ordinary LCD screen), a second OLED screen for the keyboard, and a fuel-cell battery. Here’s where things get confusing. Some sources report the battery uses ...

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Sony copies ‘Get a Mac ads’

After almost a year of delays on their mammoth of a game console and a recall of over a million burning laptop batteries, Sony has decided to make themselves “cool” again by cloning Apple. Apple’s now infamous “Get a Mac” ad campaign is being duped by Sony Australia’s C-Series VAIO, which claims to be a “non-PC PC.” The VAIO ad ...

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New MP4 Watch Tells Time, Too

Thanko’s new MP4 watch has many more functions than the name implies. While you can watch video on its spacious 4cm x 4cm screen (well, spacious for a wristwatch, anyway), it also plays mp3s, records audio in mp3 format, displays still images, and even tells the time. With up to 2GB of storage, this would make an excellent spy listening ...

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Lumigram A Glowing Example of the Fusion of Design and Technology

This piece of wearable tech combines a ladies’ minitop with very fine fiber-optic cables embedded into the fabric.   The French company who created this shirt, along with handbags and even wigs using the same technology, seems to be having trouble with their website, which is currently down.   No word on pricing, though wearing such a shirt while walking ...

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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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Eat at the keyboard? We’ve got you covered.

Those of us who live around our computers know that sometimes    we disrespect our keyboards. Sometimes the chip crumbs go under that keyboard and every time it happens a little piece of us dies. The perfect way to cure this is a nice USB vacuum cleaner. And don’t worry we’ve found exactly what you’re looking for. Sure odd peripherals ...

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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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