Computing

BREAKING: Sony PS3 Firmaware list is a fake!

We were all pretty excited yesterday to find a supposed “leak” of the PS3 2.0.0 Firmware update list. Our excitement was squelched even faster than it arrived. Forum user and supposed leaker, Leah, confirmed today that the PS3 leak post from yesterday was a spoof from some unknown bastardly source. Is their conspiracy in the air? That list seemed way ...

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Leaked!: PS3 2.0.0 firmware update list

One of the regular posters over at the official PS3 forums has posted this list of the apparently leaked updates list for the PS3 2.0.0 firmware upgrade. The poster has a good reputation for being right on track on other firmware announcements, so we’re tipping our hat to the source on this one. The PLAYSTATION ®3 system software version 2.00 ...

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USB Drive is also a business card

Uniquely designed business cards have been sort of a tech blog trend as of the last few weeks. And while we’re not ones to conform, this is one time that we will follow the herd. This business card not only advertises your company, but doubles as a working USB drive. While it not might be the most practical or financially ...

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Forget $100: How about a $10 laptop?

The $100 laptop idea from philanthropist Nicholas Negroponte was a valiant effort, don’t get us wrong. But come on, that would of lasted, like, a few years at best. At that point, even average laptops might be that much. I mean, who knows, right? The HRD ministry has taken on a project to produce a $10 laptop. And at that ...

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Reverse Paper Shredder could help catch the next Enron

Researches in Germany have developed a software that is capable of compiling shredded paper into its original form and content. The project was originally created in an attempt to reassemble 45 million police documents that were shredded into 600 million slices. The pieces of torn documents are scanned on both sides, and the digital images are then analysed by a ...

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Thanko’s second attempt at an USB Radio

Thanko has released info about their newest attempt at creating a USB Radio. As you can tell, this time around, they at least have a better looking design, with a sleek white finish. The USB AM/FM Radio is considerably larg as peripherals go, but the quality and performance prove to be worth the size. Its external antennae, which is visually ...

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USB Eraser is made to delete your work

Do you remember in grade school, the importance of having a cool eraser? I know now it seems like, “Wow, gearfuse, what in the world are you talking about?”, but trust me, it was a big thing. The USB Eraser, designed by Outofstock, pays homage to the old rectangular erasers from years past. It’s a wonder something we all used ...

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Novint Falcon Mouse makes 3D touch possible for ultimate gaming textures

The Novint Falcon is a force-feedback mouse that pushes against your hand and uses vibrations to simulate texture. Designed to allow for a total 3D gaming experience by simulating different textures that might be used in the game. We see it as kind of a vibrating console controller like we see in Playstation controllers and alike. The Novint Falcon is ...

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Xbox 360 update is live and kicking

Just a little friendly reminder for all you Xbox gamers. The newest update for the gaming console is now live and very, very awesome. The addition of the new messaging capability might be enough to pump the Xbox sails up a notch or two. Also added is a Marketplace tab on to the main interface to save those precious downloading ...

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We’re giving away Joost invites, because we love you all

Fellow gearheads. It’s now time to start your Joost engines. We’ve got a ton of invites roaring and ready to go. You want one? Leave us a comment with your first and last name and your e-mail address and we’ll hook you up. Or you can email us at gearfuse at gmail dot com, if you don’t feel like sharing ...

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