The hardware that’s bringing computing everywhere

  • Samsung E890 Groping Caught on Tape

    Remember the Samsung E890 from CES? Sure you do. In case you don’t, here’s a quick rundown of the features: EDGE/GPRS, tri-band, 2.3-inch hand-writing recognition touchscreen that also supports widescreen video, 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, music player, video playback, microSD and Pictbridge. Product Page Read More

  • LOST, Other ABC Shows to Sprint Phones, Free

    OMG so last night on LOST when Charlie died? That was so effed up dude! What do you mean you didn’t see it? What else better did you have to do? I don’t care if she was a model, I… Oh. She was a model. Still, you’ve gotta see this. No, now, right here. I’ve got the episode on my Sprint phone. Yah, they’ve got this new thing, right, where you can watch the… Read More

  • Job Post Hints at GPS-Enabled Sidekicks

    Sidekick fans love their handsets. Paris was dismayed to learn she couldn’t take her bejeweled handheld into the clink with her. No bling bling in Sing Sing, P! Anyway, Slashgear today noted that some Danger fans found an internship listing on the Sidekick maker’s corporate Website that wants someone to “Formalize the Java Native Interface and glue layer for binding the BT… Read More

  • Samsung and LG Announce Skinny AMOLEDs

    What are we teaching the children of the world when companies are constantly telling AMOLEDs they’re too fat? In their quest to rid the world of fatty, fat, fat AMOLEDs, Samsung and LG have both announced uber-thin displays today. Samsung is touting another ‘world’s thinnest’ with a 2.2-inch display that’s 0.52mm thick-about the same size as your credit card. Read More

  • LG Announces Touchscreen PMP

    Touchscreens are so last month. Where’s the excitement, people? How about some mind reading technology that will let me be lazier than I already am? I’ll get off my soapbox now and tell you about the LG “Touch Me” PMP. LG’s latest player features 4GB of memory, USB 2.0, a 2.4-inch LCD touchscreen with MP3, WMA, OGG, MPEG4 and WMV9 compatibility. Picture quality… Read More

  • Super-Advanced Robots, Probably Japanese: New Transformers Trailer Kicks So Much Ass!

    I’m not going to try to describe this trailer. There are not enough words in the English language to define how badass this is. I’ll just say that maybe Michael Bay might know what he’s doing. I’ve watched this thing three times today, I’ll be watching it more at home. Exclusive Trailer on Yahoo! [Yahoo! Movies] Read More

  • Sony MDR-NC22 Noise-Cancelling Earbuds Review

    I recently got a chance to test Sony’s new noise canceling-earbuds, the MDR-NC22. I also asked my brother to give them a try as he’s a frequent flyer and has been using Sony’s first-generation MDR-NC10’s since 1999. They’ve held up pretty well for eight years and 1.2 million miles. So the bar was set high for these newbies. The verdict? Great! But with one… Read More

  • iPhone Finally Gets FCC Approval

    The iPhone has finally been approved by the FCC. That’s it, nothing more. We don’t want to post anything that would cause Apple’s stock to lose $4bn or anything. FCC [via Mobile Whack] Read More

  • Soccer Gadgets Just In Time For The FA Cup

    This Saturday is the FA Cp final over in Ingerland, when newly crowned EPL champions Manchester United face Chelsea, whose coach was just arrested because his dog is crazy. Something dog-related at any rate. So Shiny Shiny, the premiere Web site for shiny stuff, put together a list of the Top 10 Bestest Football Gadgets. And they are… Read More

  • HP eBook Reader: Watch Out, Sony, HP is After Your Five Customers! This is essentially a prototype HP eReader introduced last week in Shanghai but clearly someone else besides big S is thinking about electronic ink. This one has a little slider thing at the bottom that you use to turn pages. Whoop-de-doo. via Read More

  • WebTime Elite

    As a watch nut, I rarely drool over TokyoFlash’s odd designs or timepieces. Sure, they’re creative, but I’m a mechanical snob. Whatever. I like this one. This is an updated version of their WebTime watch which tells the time using overlapping polygons. It’s a clever design, great materials, and it’s just readable enough to be useful while not alienating the world. Read More

  • Russia Locked In Cyberwar With Estonia

    In the first war of its kind, Russia has been attacking the small country of Estonia for several weeks now. The incident started after a bronze statue of a soviet soldier was removed from its memorial by Estonians. Russia got pissed and has launched hack attacks, DDoS attacks and plenty of other tricks against the country, taking down websites of political members, newspapers, banks, companies… Read More

  • A Dolphin Reviews Today's Hottest Smartphones

    Do you hear that? It’s the sound of a potentially good joke ruined by poor execution. Such is the case when The Onion, America’s finest news source, had a dolphin review three highly anticipated smartphones, the Palm Treo 680, the BlackBerry Curve 8300 and the Apple iPhone. The reviewer, Flappy the Dolphin, thoroughly tested each smartphone, taking them underwater with him back to… Read More

  • Microsoft: We Will Never Support Blu-ray, Stop Asking

    I thought Microsoft had made it abundantly clear that it was backing HD DVD, but talk has surfaced in recent days of the company embracing Blu-ray, especially if it feels HD DVD isn’t catching on. No sir, that couldn’t be further from the truth: We’re fully committed to HD-DVD and have absolutely no plans to support other optical formats…. Current reports indicating… Read More

  • Halo 2 vs. Halo 3 Halo 3 is almost upon us. OK, not really because September 25 is a long ways away. Some of you lucky fanboys are playing the Beta, so your thirst is somewhat quenched. Is Halo 3 that much better than Halo 2? Here’s a video comparing the multi-player game play for both versions in HD! Frag away! Read More

  • HP's Point and Search Ok. Maybe I can wrap my mind around this demo. It’s basically a PDA with GPS and wireless that knows where you are and lets you “point” at buildings for reviews, maps, information, and phone numbers. There’s another video after the jump, but both of them are squonky for me on OS X so let me know what you think. Read More

  • Fun Alert: Pocket Watch Keychain Concept

    The Pocket Watch keychain is two hip and groovy gadgets in one. It’s part keychain and part pocket watch, united together in some Volton-like cacophony of fun. The cube, which measures just 20mm square, displays the time when the cord is yanked. The underlying principle for it is that you need keys to get somewhere, so why not get there on time? Clearly many hours of research went… Read More

  • Halo 3 Beta Extended

    Giddy as a schoolgirl when you realized a Halo 3 Beta key came with Crackdown? Wet yourself when the Beta was finally released? I’m sure you did. But Beta’s usually have some problems and Halo 3 was no different. Users were having problems downloading the Beta, but an update to Crackdown on Xbox Live fixed that problem. Problem solved, right? No. WTF, why can’t I see text?! Read More

  • Skype To Offer Gaming Connectivity

    Skype has announced that it will be offering a software developer’s kit (SDK) for its new GameXN framework. The plan is for Skype users to be able to invite one another into online games. No word yet on if Skype plans on allowing users to communicate via VoIP during the game, but I’d imagine it’s in the works. Windows Live Messenger already has some similar features, but a lot… Read More

  • Rumor and Innuendo: XM Losing 20K Subscriptions Per Day in Clash With Opie & Anthony Fans

    Hell hath no fury like the Opie & Anthony pests scorned. Rumors, utter utter rumors, suggest that between 19,000 and 38,000 subscriptions were canceled as of yesterday in response to the radio duo’s suspension. That works out to about 20,000 subs killed for each of the past two days. Add that to the many XM units still being destroyed and XM certainly must be feeling the heat as a… Read More