Wiiminder makes Wii browser interface easier and prettyful

[ev type=”youtube” data=”ytm3gZe1qOg”][/ev] While the Wii Opera browser runs circles around the competition, console browsing is still far from perfect. The good fellows at War Pipe Technology have rolled out some new web-based software to improve the gaming browsing experience. The Wiiminder adds tabbed browsing to the top of the page, which hides itself automatically. It also allows you to ...

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The $6500 1GB MP3 Player: Gresso Symphonia Collection

Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Gresso has announced its newest snobby gadget. For people who expect nothing less then the finest materials comes the Gresso Symphonia Collection MP3 Player. What can possibly make a 1GB MP3 that expensive, you ask? You know we got your answer. With four different models, the Symphonia’s will be made with your choice of Blackwood and ...

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Sharp EM ONE handheld for eMobile, new Japanese carrier

Today on the Japan mobile front. ADSL infrastructure company eAccess has announced its new mobile carrier for Japan, eMobile. For now, they will carry only one phone. The Sharp EM ONE. eMobile will skim its way into the Japanese market in March with a data-only HSDPA service, which by 2008 should grow to voice data as well. The Sharp EM ...

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Kick-Off Automatic Crash Recovery: The BSOD’s are coming for you!

No matter how much RAM or other hardware you shove in to your case, no computer system is immune from it. That’s right…a computer crash. Any system can burst at the seems with the high performance of our Web 2.0 world. It’s nice to have the knowledge to know that even though your system might crash, at least you don’t ...

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People using Britney’s baldness to catch your attention on eBay

Yes, we all know that Britney Spears shaved her head. Most of us also know how someone was trying to sell the mop of hair on eBay (the auction seems to have vanished). We were searching around on eBay to figure out where the heck this auction went, because our dream has always been to make a wig of authentic ...

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Botanicalls gives your plants a voice

Not since Audrey the talking plant from Little Shop Of Horrors exclaimed “Feed me, Seymour!” have we heard of talking plants. Though, Botanicalls brings us one step closer to having flower-to-person communication (F2P?). Botanicalls is essentially a soil moisture sensor implanted in your flower pot, made with only two nails and a circuit, which sends information about the plants vitals ...

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DIY: Declutter your desk using, um, all of your space

Some people are really set in their ways. Cluttered desks is a common problem and is becoming a habit for many of us. For a pretty minimal price, you can be like Van Mardian, and totally clean the clutter crappity crap off your desk, while still keeping all of your needed gadgets (or wanted, as most aren’t really needed unless ...

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Tamagotchi-style Human Player is disturbing in a mini-me kind of way

Anyone who lived through the 90’s remembers the Tamagotchi virtual pet games. You couldn’t walk out the door without seeing ten children toting them. Now, from the same company that brought you the Tamagotchi, Bandai presents the Human Player, a virtual you. Before you start to play, you take a 50 question personality test that determines the actions of the ...

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Icuiti VR920 makes us wonder why Geordi was so melancholy

Winner of the 2007 CES innovations award, the Icuiti VR920 brings us one step closer to a Star Trek-esque world of designer technological eye wear. The headset creates the illusion of watching a 62-inch screen from 9 feet away, with a resolution of 640×480. And from the look on the womans face, the picture looks as cool as it sounds. ...

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