Many were questioning the Nexus One’s fate on Verzion when the HTC Incredible was announced a few weeks back. After all it’s nearly the same phone, instead skinned with HTC’s Sense UI. Well the question might be answered as Google’s Nexus One’s page now tells shoppers to buy the Incredible instead. Previously the same line [...]
Many PSP Go gamers are still stick to PSN but the fact is that there are alternative PSP Go download websites. There’s no point in running to the stores to pay $40 to $50 for each and every game you want. I’m going to show you how to download TNA iMPACT PSP Go [...]
RIM unveiled today the new BlackBerry Bold 9650. Sprint just announced to offer the new BlackBerry Bold 9650 smartphone for $199.99 with a new two-year service agreement, after a $100 mail-in rebate (taxes & surcharges excluded). The Sprint Bold 9650 w...
because i just saw the new 550d and was wondering which is more advanced
DLM editor Frank Siepmann in conversation with PHOTO expert Dirk Jasper (Nikon) on the D3000 with e-learning module, D300s and a world first: a compact camera with built-in projector (up to 1 m diagonal)
Festo’s unveiled some pretty impressive tech over the years, from fluidic muscles to robotic flying penguins, but this next one has us a bit worried. The Bionic Handling Assistant is ostensibly patterned after the elephant’s trunk, designed to be both agile and delicate… but have you seen the thing? We’re pretty sure that it was [...]
(TrendHunter.com) I’d think twice before taking a seat in the Voodoo Chair. This design from Ricardo Garza Marcos is clearly meant to put a painful hex on you. Never have I encountered such a nefarious chair.Okay, maybe? From TREND HUNTER – The Latest Trends
Skype.com continues to offer its unlimited calling plans starting at $2.95 per month. Or, sign up for a 12-month plan to get 15% off and drop the monthly rate to $2.51 per month. That's tied with March's mention as the lowest price we could find for a VoIP...
The details about the Blackberry Pearl 3G have just been made official as well: this new Pearl 9100 model brings all the goodness of the Blackberry 9000 Series to the Pearl form-factor (8000 Series). The updated design is quite obvious, including the presence of a trackpad that replaces the trackball hat many complained about. Among the important changes, you won't have to choose between WIFI and GPS as both are present. The internal camera has also been updated to a 3.2 Megapixel model (from 2.0). Because the 9100 is a GSM handset, it is expected to be available at AT&T and/or T-Mobile in the coming months. This information confirms most of the previous rumors, but if you want to see al the fine details, head to the official Pearl 3G homepage