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  • Breitling Superocean Watch For 2010 Hands-On

    I don’t love all Breitling watches – far from it. Though I have always been a fan of the “new” Superocean watch collection, which for me ironically started with the Superocean Heritage watch collection. Be it the three-hand or the chronograph, those are awesome watches. Vintage watches tend to be smaller, but the vintage inspired Superocean Heritage was 46mm wide. Read More

  • DSi LL: Nintendo confirms, shows new big-screen DSi (Update: Europe gets it in 2010. More pictures)

    So the rumors about Nintendo releasing a new DSi with a bigger screen (we reported Monday and Tuesday) were true. Big N officially announced a new DSi in Tokyo today, the so-called DSi LL [JP]. It has a 4.2-inch screen, will be released on November 21 in Japan and is priced at $220. Buyers will initially be able to choose between brown, red and white versions. Read More

  • Offworld: BoingBoing's new gaming site shows promise, potential, a certain moxie

    BoingBoing just launched Offworld, a BB branded gaming site led by Brandon Boyer, former Gamasutra editor. The content so far is the typical mix of intelligence, wit, and piss/vinegar expected of any member of the BB family and I’m glad to invite them into my RSS reader in the cherished space next to OffalToday.com and OggVorbisforAudiophilesNews.org Read More

  • LG has two new wide-widescreen LCDs

    If you are looking at your monitor right now thinking, “Man I wish this widescreen was even wider”, you’re in luck. LG is launching two stretched LCD’s today with screen sizes of 38-inches (M3800S-BN) and 29-inches (M2900S-BN). The new displays can be mounted horizontally or vertically, have a 1000:1 contrast ratio, and a 9ms response time. The resolution of the 38-inch… Read More

  • Australia's $4.4 million kinetic energy vest

    Sure, you could build your own similar device for far less than $4.4 million (Australian) but would it look nearly as awesome as the vest that the bad mamma jamma on the left is wearing? My position is “no, it would not.” The aforementioned money was given to Australia’s national science agency as a grant in the hopes that it could develop an “electrojacket”… Read More

  • Wireless Plasma TV for Easy Wall Mounting

    A wireless plasma TV? Now I’ve seen it all. In actuality, I have not seen it all but this is the kind of innovation that makes a jaded old gadgeteur like me go from slouching to sitting almost upright in my chair. The Samsung 94 Series plasma TVs feature a power cord and nothing else, enticing you to take the bullet train to Wall Mount Junction. A built-in 802.11n connection… Read More

  • Motorola RIZR Z9 Leaked

    Check out this fancy new slider from Motorola. The handset sports styling reminiscent of the Razr 2, 3G data, 2MP camera, and expandability in the form of a microSD card. Although the phone already looks very stylish it is a prototype model so expect revisions in the future. All AT&T branding, so maybe this thing will take over for the iPhone hype in the next few months. Or maybe… Read More

  • Cool New Stuff At Dynamism

    One of our favorite online tech stores just got a shipment of awesome crap for everyone to get their greasy mitts on. This includes the famous HTC Touch, a new UMPC on the cheap, an ultra-portable Toshiba, and some birds that chirp when you pet them. Dynamism Hit the jump for a few pics and links to the products. Read More

  • New TomTom Device at FCC


    No real information on this one beyond a few pics. We know it’ll be a GPS (duh it’s TomTom), SD, Bluetooth dialing and voice SMS and interface changes. It’ll also have a new docking system that will allow you to cradle your TomTom and use it to control an iPod or USB storage device. More pics after the jump: Read More