DIY: PSP PS2 Controller Mod

This mod, combining the PS2 controller with a PSP, is one that is sure to light a fire under the asses of Sony gaming fans. The mod took about two months to complete, in which time the modder “wanted to throw it out my window and watch it sail 15 floors down”. Though thanks to the help of his Research ...

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Be a Wii-J and mash up some music with a Wiimote hack

[ev type=”youtube” data=”503C14RFphQ”][/ev] Here’s a really cool find. A guy who calls himself DJ ! (DJ Shift+1) has developed a way to hack into the Wiimote and re-map their functions to mod them into a music mixing device compatible with the PC. The video above shows the results of what can be created through a little created hacking. Catch the ...

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K-4 Tetra Special Edition Gundam Razor

The Japanese are crazy for zany themed products. The K-4 Special Edition Gundam Razor is themed after the wildly popular Japanese series, Mobile Suit: Gundam. What do huge robots and razors have in common? Probably nothing. Do most Japanese mash ups show any rhyme or reason? Exactly our point. Give yourself a shave so close that only a giant robot ...

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The magical suspended in air Towel Rack

Bath towel racks are a dime a dozen. Your standard towel rack is a metal rod attached to a wall which a towel can be lazily thrown on. Here is a rack that is similar to other new gadgets which seem like they are in danger of falling in front of your eyes. Umbra has just launched this new shelf ...

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Steve Jobs spotted using the iPhone in the wild

Apple CEO Steve Jobs was spotted in the wild using the still unreleased iPhone. Reports say that Jobs was seen yammering on the phone and listening to music at his kid’s soccer game. Flickr user, Thane, says this about his snapshot: Yes, the photo is for real, and yes it is an iPhone that he was talking on, or at ...

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Laugh of the Day: Microsoft Soda

Sighted at the Microsoft Conference Center is this Microsoft branded soda. We just have one question. Of all the colors they could have chosen, why blue? Similar to their “oh so annoying” BSODs. Why set yourself up for such embarrassment? Don’t think that you’re going to be seeing this in stores either. Seems to be a Microsoft office based operation. ...

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New autopilot feature might make another 9/11 impossible: Sensors on a Plane

Scientists at Boeing have developed a hijack-proof piloting system, designed to make it impossible to crash the plane into buildings or ground. The feature would be activated either by a simple switch, in close range, or through door sensors which could sense when the cockpit door was forcefully opened (which we think would lead to many false alarms). Once triggered, ...

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Matsushita showcases data transfer via visible light

When the term “data beaming” was coined, people can’t help but to think that there’s an actual beam between 2 devices that travels and carries the data across. In actual fact this does not happen unless you wear infrared-enabled night spectacles. This morning National (Matsushita) demonstrated the new Visible Light Communications technology (VLC) at the International Lighting Fair. As the ...

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R.I.P. Captain America dead at 66

Known for protecting America against the Germans in WWII, and the Russians and Cubans during the Cold War, Captain America, famed and beloved comic book hero, is said to have passed away in the pages of his newest comic which hit shelves today. Captain America’s death is the result of sniper fire as he is leaving a court house. A ...

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World of Warcraft expansion sets one-month PC game sales record

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that its expansion for World of Warcraft, Burning Crusades, has sold around 3.5 million units in its first month of release, making it the record holder for most one-month sales for a PC game. In its first 24 hours of release, the game sold a staggering 2.4 million copies, more then the previous holder of the ...

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