Sharp announced SmarTone-Vodafone SX633A, leaked Softbank 812SH

Earlier we reported on new Sharp phones to be released outside Japan earlier, and this week we finally understood what the new index SX633A means- it is only a color update of the popular SX633 (Japanese 9705SH and European 770SH, pictures after the jump). We’re still waiting for a promised, separate new device. Meanwhile, the Softbank 812SH has been leaked ...

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The Keyboard is sure to start the party up

Razzle dazzle may not be a word you normally hear used to describe a computer keyboard, but Luxiium’s Luxeed sparkles like no other keyboard before it. Each key can be personalized with a choice of 512 colors with pre-made color templates preloaded. Not only colors can be changed, but rhythm. The skins can be coordinated to move to the beat ...

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Gearfuse Plumbers: NTT DoCoMo fashion 3G 703i series leaked

We  managed to get hold of pictures of almost the whole 703i series from NTT DoCoMo and we’re really excited about the announcement. The 703i series is the mid-range WCDMA line of NTT DoCoMo’s FOMA 3G service. It consists of Fujitsu F703i, Mitsubishi D703i, NEC N703iD (same design as N702iD), N703iu, Panasonic P703i, P703iu, Sharp SH703i, SonyEricsson SO703i. We’ll keep ...

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Run Athletics Nintendo shoes lock in gamer status

Everybody, it’s time to take a break from hacking your Xbox 360 to do things that make Microsoft want to cry. Take a break from adding that new HDTV tuner and gather around. Look at these shoes! Run Athletics is making an attempt at broadening its target market with these awesome Nintendo gaming shoes. These sweet kicks have a very ...

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Alpine brings HD-DVD to your non-HD car screen

We have no idea how you’re going to fit a HD display large enough to make a difference in your car, but Alpine insisted on bringing the HD-DVD to your backseat, it might useful in 5 years when your whole movie collection is replaced by HD-DVDs. May be we lack the kind of Alpine vision, but we don’t see any ...

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Commodore 64 To-Go: Retro gaming on the run

Sure, NES was the introduction to video games for most children of the early 90’s (born in the mid-late 80’s), but what about those of you born in the late 70’s and early 80’s? True, many of you would likely answer Atari or some equally low-bit system, though a nice chunk of you probably remember playing the old C64, the ...

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PQI’s 64GB solid state hard drive looks to replace disk drives

Flash memory is basically always better than the moving parts in a disk drive. The main draw back has been that flash just can’t keep up with the immense expansion that is going on in the disk drive market with the recent release of a 1TB drive. Hopefully, flash memory will get a kick in the butt so that we ...

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