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Peak Releases New Full-Size Guitar Hero Controller

You’ll never look cool playing on those plastic guitars from Red Octane that feel like they were designed for a gnome. It’s a good thing Peak is releasing these full-size wood guitars for the PS2 and PS3. Sorry, Wii and 360 rockers, looks like you’ll be playing the world’s smallest violin. Both Guitar Hero and Rock Band are compatible with ...

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Microsoft’s Arc Mouse Fits In Your Pocket But It’s A Tight Squeeze

Later this year, Microsoft will be retailing its new wireless mouse specifically designed for easy transit. Gone are the days of the tiny transportable mouse for your laptop that makes your hand look like an amputated limb from Andre The Giants body. It’s a full-sized mouse that folds into a space-saving form that’ll fit anywhere from your laptop case to ...

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iPhone 3G Link Roundup

With the iPhone 3G finally hitting store shelves, we though it’d be nice to provide you with some good reads regarding its release. Engadget’s coverage of the launch Yahoo News: Eager buyers line up for iPhone 3G Crunch Gear’s coverage of the launch BBC: Apple’s 3G iPhone reaches stores Fortune: Apple 2.0 Live! T3: 3G iPhone mania arrives Slash Phone: ...

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MobileMe Launches Tomorrow

You sly .Mac users will be happy to know that Apple has confirmed the official launch date of MobileMe as July 9th. That means tomorrow you’ll be able to strut over to your local Apple store and purchase a copy of MobileMe. Rumors are flying about that Apple may also launch the App Store for the iPhone in addition to ...

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iPhone 3G Rumor: AT&T Lowering Credit Score Reqs

From a classic Pha post on TechCrunch, commenter Chuck Watson alerts us of the following: Super Secret Insider News � AT&T has decided to lower their credit score requirements for the first several days of the iPhone 3G sales. They want to get it into the hands of EVERYBODY they can. So if credit has been an issue for you ...

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Crazy Rhode Island School RFID’ing Students

In a move that shows a blatant disregard for civil liberties and personal freedoms, a Rhode Island school district will be testing out a program that monitor’s student movement via RFID chips in backpacks. Right now, 80 children are using the RFID-equipped backpacks. Buses will also receive GPS units. Parents and faculty will be able to login to a system ...

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Google Bar For PSP Next Update

Web searches on your PSP just got a whole lot easier with the upcoming v4.00 firmware update. Now the Google Toolbar is available for any Wi-Fi connected PSP, bringing you loads of internet meme fun. Another feature coming to the PSP via v4.00 is the ability to change viewing speed during playback of videos stored on your memory. While the ...

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No One Does BWL Runs Even If You’re Standing

No one wants to stand during a raid. Yet, these German fellows who turned the Wii Balance Board into an interactive control mechanic for World Of Warcraft do want to stand as they play. They’ve done a similar project with Google Maps but this software mod sets the all time precedent of uselessness. Relaying data to a laptop via Bluetooth, ...

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Blood Sugar Monitor On Your Dashboard

If you’re one of the many who suffer from diabetes and your glucose levels are so sporadic that driving any distance could lead to unpredictable results, then this device is for you. Medtronic Diabetes unveiled its new car, a Lincoln equipped with a system that wirelessly associates your glucose monitor with a screen on the dashboard to make driving safer ...

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Eye-Fi Phones Home Stolen Cameras

Since purchasing a DSLR last year, my major problem hasn’t been related to having a good time, but rather endlessly worrying if my camera will be lost, stolen or broken. I haven’t had a chance to use the Eye-Fi wireless SD card yet, but I’ve heard plenty of good things. Now I have another reason to pick one up: security. ...

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