Watch Live TV on your PSP

by Al

I wanted a PSP (PlayStation Portable) before and after reading a press release from Sony I now want one even more (shame I’m a bit skint). Sony announced today that the PSP firmware version 2.5 includes Locationfree application support . Locationfree has been around for a while now (though hasn’t really taken off that much in the UK yet) and allows you to control, listen to and watch your media …

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Remove iPod Nano Scratches for $4

by Al

Scratched Nano

So the story goes something like this: You save up a couple hundred bucks to buy your new iPod Nano. You take it home, open the box, and load your music. It’s a beautiful thing. Then disaster strikes! You decide to carry your iPod Nano in your pocket! Your pocket! How could you?! What were you thinking? An item as precious and delicate as the iPod Nano was not meant …

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The shape of things to come?

by Marc

Wearable computer

Just as we now look back and chuckle at the size of, for example, the original Sony Walkman I can’t help but wonder if we’ll be doing the same with these in the next decade. First it was the PDA wristwatch. Now Eurotech have announced a wearable PC. Granted it looks like a prop reject from Space 1999 but as a way of taking information with you the idea is …

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IBM assists Microsoft’s Xbox 360

by Keith

Xbox 360

Powered by IBM processor, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 finally revealed its secret that engineered its huge data-crunching processing speed. Earlier last Tuesday, attendees at the In-Stat Fall Processor Forum obtained a sneak preview of what made up next generation Microsoft Corporation’s Xbox 360 game console. Where in today’s computing desktops, Intel and AMD are looking at dual core CPU. As for Xbox 360, the interior comprises of state-of-the-art THREE PowerPC cores …

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PDA Wrist Watch

by Al

Wrist Watch PDA

The Fossil Abacus Wrist PDA, is designed to take the place of your watch and offer the functionality and flexibility that you’d find in a more traditional PDA. It does look chunky and reminds of those watches in the 80s that you could brag about in the playground because your watch had 20 different tinny alarms. Along with the many buttons, like any good PDA it also has a touch …

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Palm Z22 Handheld

by Keith

Palm Z22

Following some confusing merger of palmOne and PalmSource some time ago, a brand new handheld Palm Z22 is finally being introduced to the public. To compliment a fresh start for Palm, a new modeling scheme is engineered in Palm Z22, including functions to allow users ease of use. Palm Z22 is specially built for first time owners, students, housewives and ladies in search of lightweight but highly functional PDA in …

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Yet Another Digital Picture Frame

by Al

Digital picture frame

We’ve reported before on digital picture frames but when looking at the new stuff on ThinkGeek this one caught my eye. It’s got all the standard features of ordinary digital picture frames but has a few extra features to keep us true gadgets lovers happy, firstly it doesn’t need to be connected to a computer, it accepts a wealth of different memory cards (why there are this many different types …

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Learn with the V.Smile Pocket

by Damian

VSMILE pocket

The other night I saw a commercial for Vtech’s new V.Smile Pocket. Vsmile is a gaming system that is a learning system. The V.Smile Pocket is the company’s handheld gaming system. They allow your children to play video games, but learn at the same time. V.Smile offers games for children ranging from 3 to 9 year of age. The system has games that feature popular characters like The Lion King, …

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