Gadgets

Sony firmware 3.1 just fixes hacks

So for you few but growing number of Sony PSP owners, you are probably used to the flow up firmware upgrades. While constant firmware upgrades usually seem to signify a progression in usability, in this case it seems to be more about the fixing of hacks and workarounds. Nothing new with version 3.1 of PSP firmware which has been released. ...

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New iPod Shuffle colors released!

Apple has released a new improvement on the line of the iPod Shuffles: colors! Instead of the plain, boring silver, you now can choose between pink, green, blue, orange, and silver. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any specs have been changed, it’s still only a gig, still $79. So if your children (or you) have been asking for a Nano ...

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Self-Cleaning Litter Box makes cat less stinky

All pet owners out there are sure to know a few handy and helpful gadgets of you own, but we doubt you’ve heard of this one. The Self-Cleaning Litter Box, or Litter Round-Up One-Touch (pretty catchy, huh?), makes cleaning up after a cat as easy as pushing a button. With the press of one button a built-in rake dumps all ...

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Doctor Who Voice Changer Helmet makes you a Cyberhead

Possibly the most famous shows about time-travel to ever break through on British and America crossover TV is bound to have some cool accessories. Dr. Who flowed through British televeision screens for over 30 years. The Doctor Who Cyberhead Voice Changer brings a piece of the show into your home, Product specs include: This Voice Changer is a replica Cyberhead ...

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LG “premium folder” LG-SV260 mobile phone

LG has become a monster of the mobile industry. They have new product launch announcements nearly twice a week it seems. The LG-SV260, just released in Korea, is said to be a “premium folder” of tools and features for businessmen. ‘Motiquette’, short for mobile etiquette, keeps callers informed of when they are calling you during a meeting or appointment through ...

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Keep those iPod earphone chords from hanging out with your friends

Earphone chords have always been annoying, especially when they’re long enough to trip you. Earphones manufacturers have sought for years to fix this problem, Sony gives you the little plastic holder that you turn and coil the chord like a measuring tape, Panasonic brought out earphones that can suck up the chord into the headmount. Elecom Japan has come out ...

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New Sony VAIO VGN-UX1XN brings in Windows Vista UMPCs

Remember when the UMPCs were first coming out and they were just a whole bunch of disappintments? Well, we have come quite a ways since then, and were are coming up to the next generation of these devices. Today, Sony has announced the VAIO VGN-UX1XN. It’s intention is to let users have a fully loaded mini-pc in their hands to ...

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Review: Sony WiFi HiFi VGF-WA1 turned out disappointing

Sony announced their WiFi HiFi VGF-WA1 at CES earlier, whilst we don’t have our hands-on with them, those folks from Impress Japan has already reviewed it. It is always good to get some more background information before we import blindly. The WA1 turned out disappointing. The installing process was okay, but not particularly userfriendly, it also required quite some manual ...

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New Sony high end noise cancelling headphones

If you need new headphones, noise canceling technology is sure to wow your friends if they ever take a look. While the prices for noise canceling are constantly falling, take a look at these nice new Sony headphones. The MDR-NC60 has been released in Japan for about $200. These noise cancelers make sure that those pesky people surrounding you will ...

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