Archive for March, 2009

Dreamcast tablet is a handsome, portable solution for your discontinued gaming needs

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This isnt the first Dreamcast mod weve seen around here, not by a long shot but its surely one of the most elegant. Built around a 15-inch LCD, this guy is a scant 2 1/4-inches thick, but it gets up to 3.5 hours of playtime on a full charge, sports an A/V out, one [...]

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Emulator runs Wii games in 720p while we wonder what might have been

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Using PCs to do what Nintendont, YouTube user renebarahona is running Wii games in HD resolutions through the Dolphin emulator. One peek at Super Smash Bros. Brawl in 720p is enough to make any of us wonder what a world where Nintendo didnt hate HD (even yanking 480p capability from the Gamecube, were still not [...]

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Mechanical heart built from Sony gear still pines for AIBO

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As much as wed like this to be a still from a new, secretly-in-development Cronenberg movie, its actually an image of the nightmare-inducing mechanical heart that stars in a new series of Sony ads set to air during Englands World Cup qualifying campaign on ITV. The hook, of course, is that the heart is apparently [...]

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Lenovos Android-powered OPhone shows itself again. Launch imminent?

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Lenovos KIRF-tastic OPhone hasnt exactly been all that camera shy since it first dipped its toes into the Android waters in December, but its now proudly showing itself yet again, and giving everyone their best glimpse yet at its China Mobile branding. Whats more, while weve already heard that the phone is on track for [...]

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iPhone 3.0 beta 2 released, push notifications are a go

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The rest of the mobile industry might be gearing up for CTIA to start, but Apples phone elves are toiling away iPhone OS 3.0 beta 2s just been released to developers, along with the go-ahead to start developing for push notification service. Thankfully, beta 2 also apparently includes a number of stability and performance [...]

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MSI officially launches the touchscreen Wind Top AE1900

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We caught sight of MSIs Wind Top AE1900 back at Cebit, and now its been officially launched. The nettop boasts a 19-inch 16:9 LCD, an Intel Atom 230 CPU, up to 2GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive. Its also got a DVD burner, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, WiFi, four USB ports, and a [...]

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WiBrain M1 UMPC gets more real, but still not completely real

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WiBrains M1 has seen a pretty rocky road to launch since it first arrived on the scene way back last summer, but it looks like the company is finally moving forward with it, and reportedly kicking the UMPC into production. Despite its extended stay in prototype form, however, there doesnt appear to be too many [...]

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Panasonic DMC-GH1 handled on video, coming to North America in May

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Panasonics HD Micro Four Thirds shooter honestly cant arrive soon enough, with its continual autofocus while shooting, on-the-fly aperture switching and all around loveliness. Thus, its with a heavy heart that we present to you the following tidbit: according to Doug Borbath, a senior project manager at Panasonic Canada, the DMC-GH1 wont ship to North [...]

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Screen Grabs: Verizon Hub tells of Serenas galavanting

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We didnt happen to spot Nellys shiny new BlackBerry Storm on last nights Gossip Girl, but we did see that cast-wide Verizon contract rubbed in our faces again. [...]

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Greenpeace slams HP, Lenovo, and Dell in latest report

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HP, Lenovo, and Dell havent fared too badly in some of Greenpeaces previous e-waste reports, but it looks like three companies have fallen well short of the organizations expectations this time around, with each getting called out for failing to live up to their promises. Specifically, all three had said that they would eliminate vinyl [...]

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