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GeeksPhone launches The One Android Phone

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2009

GeeksPhone launches The One Android PhoneIf you live in Spain and are looking for a new Android phone, here’s some good news. Very soon GeeksPhone will launch their first Android phone for the Spanish market. The phone goes by the overly dramatic name of “The One”.

The smartphone is equipped with a 625MHz PXA310 processor, a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a 3.2 megapixel camera and a front-facing camera, microSD card slot, AGPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, Android 1.5 Cupcake OS and supports quad-band EDGE/HSDPA connectivity.

Zeebo console launches in Brazil, gets publishers

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2009

Zeebo console launches in Brazil, gets publishersWhether there’s room for a new next gen console or not, Zeebo is squeezing it’s way into the lineup. And since there’s no way it would stand out in the US or Japan, they’ve decided on Brazil. The idea is to get into developing countries that maybe Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo have ignored.

Getting your console positioned in the right country is one thing, but you need to have support from the game publishers. Good thing Zeebo has managed to get some big names now. EA Mobile, Namco Networks, THQ, and PopCap have all signed on to support the Zeebo.

MyRacer launches the Iisse T10 PMP

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2009

MyRacer launches the Iisse T10 PMPThose looking for a new PMP inspired by iriver’s SPINN will be happy to know that MyRacer has launched the Iisse T10 PMP. In fact, one of the few differences is a curved appendage. The T10 will feature a 2.8-inch display with 320 x 240 resolution and support for most audio and video features.

It will also feature a built-in FM tuner, a recorder and support for a variety of games. The T10 comes in two versions, a 2GB and a 4GB model. No pricing details yet.

Trebuchet Toaster launches bread across the room

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2009

Trebuchet Toaster flings your bread across the roomThis toaster is part of Ivo Vos’s ‘Brunch’ collection. It’s a toast catapult or trebuchet. One cool feature is that it lets you calibrate the force and angle of your toast’s trajectory. Presumably so that you can have a plate all set up in the right place. It’s one of many prototypes for kitchen equipment from the Dutch designer.

It’s all about precision. In fact, the project is intended to be a statement on perfection, precision, and order. But the important thing is this: This toaster launches your damn toast. And that’s awesome. I’m guessing we won’t see it come to market for awhile, which is a shame. Toasters were meant to function in such ways.

DataWind launches PocketSurfer2

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2008

DataWind launches PocketSurfer2The DataWind PocketSurfer2 will come with some updated features like a touchpad, integrated GPS receiver, improved display, and better Vodafone network coverage. The PocketSurfer2’s US counterpart, the PC Edge, hasn’t really made a big splash here and so hasn’t been updated but the price has been reduced by $100. In the U.S. it will cost $200 for the unit with a $24.99 monthly fee, while those living in the UK will pay £200 with 20 hours of free surfing each month for the year. After the first year, UK owners can choose a £40 annual fee or a one-time £60 fee for the Immortality Plan which provides unlimited surfing for lifetime of the device.

Targus launches Mac line of accessories

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2008

Targus launches Mac line of accessoriesTargus has launched its first line of Mac accessories, a bunch of stuff in stunning Wii white. There’s a $70 Bluetooth Laser Mouse, a $50 Wireless Mouse, and an $80 Bluetooth Presenter. Each features a touch-sensitive scroll button. On the presenter, it will switch to cursor control, while it will give you four-way scrolling on the mice.

If that’s not enough, there’s also a $50 USB file-transfer cable for direct file transfers between PCs and Macs, as well as a $30 four-port compact USB hub. Want more? How about MacBook and MacBook Pro privacy screens from $50 to $80, and a $50 dual-fan cooling pad. All can be had right now.