Apple releases new iPod games to make listening to music fun

Two new games have just been released for the iPod: Solitaire & Sudoku. These two games seem like obvious choices to add, seeing how solitaire has stood the test of time and how sudoku is a cultural phenomenon in the US. With thousands of different books being published with millions of sudoku puzzles inside, this game is nearly guaranteed high ...

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Pick up chicks with the Piaggio Gilera GP 800

The war for the fastest scooter has been raging since the early 70’s, but Piaggio triumphed with the Gilera GP800, which is deemed as “the world’s fastest scooter.” This beast is powered by a twin cylinder 850 cc engine producing 75 ponies and 76 Nm of torque. The Piaggio Gilera GP 800 is an automatic transmission powered up with a ...

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Can this be SE’s first DVB-H Bravia phone?

We all love rumors, and Esato is one of our favorite sites because usually the rumors there are well challenged before the critical crowd will buy. Anyway, here is the first picture (ever, to our knowledge) that may possibly be the real SonyEricsson DVB-H phone in works, with the Bravia brand name. Right now it smells a bit M600-ish and ...

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Samsung’s “World’s First” Optical Joystick: really NEC’s 3.9-year-old Neuropointer renamed and remarketed

Here’s a really Samsung thing to do, they tend to “borrow” ideas and remarket them. Just when we thought that we should give a “new company” another chance, they ripped off LG- their domestic enemy- with the Chololate-wannabee E900. Now it’s a different level, because they are ripping off other people’s technology instead, it’s the “world’s first Optical Joystick” on ...

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Opera on Wii, Dec 22

First it’s (M)opera on your cellphone, then it’s Opera on your DS, now it’s Opera on your Wii, and the beta version just made it before Christmas. The browser will be downloadable on the Wii Shop Channel from Dec 22 for free. We can’t wait to see how well this thing renders “street html”, and how much work out it ...

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SonyEricsson’s single-hinge-dual-flip W44S received positive review

Most of the phone lovers must have seen this before. SonyEricsson’s W44S, the biggest breakthrough in terms of form factor after they came out with swivels. The question is, is this a branding gimmick or is the design any practical? One thing for sure is that it does look funny, and not everybody would like it. Some hardcore Sony fans ...

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Wii controller prototypes: Thank the gaming gods for the Wiimote

This picture, which was snatched from the inner depths of the official Nintendo forums, is a scanned photo from Japanese magazine (Japzine?), Nikkei Business, which features some of the early prototype models for what became the Wiimote. We’ll be the first to say, “Thank you oh mighty gaming God, for not bestowing upon us these horrendous looking controllers!”. That orange ...

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Clean your clothes through the power of UV

Cuddles the Bear might be out of business if this contraption ever sees the light of day. Get it? Light? Ha…ha…nothing? By the year 2020, you might have a UV Cleaner very similar to this one pictured, right in the comfort of your home. We all know that one of the annoyances in life is remembering to bring your suit ...

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BluOnyx: Everything to everyone?

What if you could store all your data in one place, and access it anywhere – TV, desktop, laptop, cellphone? That’s the question chipmaker Agere is asking with the BluOnyx, which they describe as a “mobile content server”. The device is the size of a credit card, though thicker (think iPod size), and is equipped with Bluetooth and USB connectivity ...

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Optimus Mini 3 can now connect to each other, so what?

We all know that it’s beginning to fall into the world of vaporware. It’s the list of products that never appear, the Gizmondo is such an item. The Optimus Keyboard. The supposed full OLED, full color keyboard that has recently been announced to cost around $1,200. If that is the true price, not only will the creators not make any ...

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