Gadgets

New BlackBerry 8800 is full-sized Pearl

The BlackBerry Pearl sure was pretty, wasn’t it? Now the newly revealed BlackBerry 8800 from RIM takes that special design centerpiece (the scrolling ball) and puts it into a full size BlackBerry. The 8800 has a full keyboard with one button per letter, which is the way it should be. Sorry, no camera. RIM is probably sick of the random ...

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MOTORIZR Z8’s new “kick-slider” does not kick your face

Motorola has released the MOTORIZR Z8, and it looks as if this new phone really has some improvements (unlike some other MOTO updates). The MOTORIZR Z8 is one of the first phones to feature what is being called the “kick-slider”. This kick-slider has the phone, when open, curve to fit to the contours of your face. No longer is it ...

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Preview: carry your own OS around with the Wizpy media player

Japanese company TurboLinux will start selling their Wizpy Portable Media Player (PMP) in 2 weeks, ITmedia took it for a review and answered a lot of our questions. What’s so special about this not-too-attractive PMP is that apart from the usual 4GB FM radio, voice recorder, music, video, picture, text viewer that we see in the market, it has a ...

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Philips 9@9f phone gives you 30 days of standby and 8.5 hrs of talking

  Philips is relatively unsuccessful in the cellphone market, seriously they are even less popular than the good o’BenQ-Siemens. Today they announced an addition to their Xenium series, with a funky number 9@9f. If you rememberthe 9@9  that was out a long while ago, this would be the follow-up, with markedly improved design and thickness (100.7x44x15.7mm, 77g). The 9@9f is ...

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The Neonode 2 is born

  Swedish company Neonode has started this online market campaign for their highly anticipated tiny smartphone a while ago, and just a few hours before 3GSM opens, they finally showed us a real picture. All we know from the official details is that the Neonode2 is 70g and 77mm tall; but rumors are floating around that the device will be ...

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Annoying passengers? Visor solves that problem.

Forget cellphones, all the screens going into cars nowadays are causing all of the crashes. It’s not that the driver of the car is driving wrecklessly, it’s the driver of the car behind the car with the movie playing. Really people, watching movies while driving is not safe! Now we have the Visor. It is a flip-down visor has a ...

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Save up for a gadget and then drop the bomb

Designer Art Lebedev is offering a nifty little gadget for saving up money for just about anything. For our purposes, lets say it’s an iPhone. Hey, it’s just a hunch. The Superbitus Money Box is a bomb shaped money saving device. A cool gadget to remind you of your ultimate saving goals. Our favorite thing about the Superbitus is that ...

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Your CD just cut through wood! New CD player concept design

While this CD player won’t chop your hand off, it sure looks like it could. This concept for a CD player features the actual spinning CD as a design feature. By having the CD partially exposed, you can really see how quickly they get spinning. Back to the saw idea, it looks as if it has cut through the piece ...

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D-Wade Sidekick 3 release announcement

T-Mobile has posted some previously unknown information about its D-Wade Sidekick release announcement, confirmed to be coming within the next few hours. If you don’t already know, heres some background information on the D-Wade. It’s designed 2006 NBA Finals MVP, Dwayne Wade, as a special edition and new model of the Sidekick line of phones. Wade happens to be avid ...

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Zune Phone Confirmed! Should Mac be scared?

CrunchGear is reporting that a Zune phone is all but officially confirmed. The phone will supposedly have a top download speed of 2Mbps. Plenty fast enough for the XBox-to-Zune streaming that has been floating around the sphere. The mobile WiMax-enabled Zune Phone, will be fast enough for just about anything that users could want (within reason). The best part? The ...

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