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Motorola Droid Bionic teardown reveals custom LTE chipset

09/28/2011, The Motorola Droid Bionic is a hot device, and it has been talked about ever since it was announced back in January during CES, and why wouldn’t it be? After all it was a smartphone that not only featured a dual-core processor but with LTE connectivity...

Video game bras show your love for the game

08/04/2011, What better way to tell the world you like gaming than to buy merchandise for showing your love for your favorite video games? While these items usually range from shirts, caps, backpacks and badges, a SceeneShoes from Etsy decided to take things further...

Loopt u-Deals gives you what you want

06/22/2011, Everybody loves deals, but don’t you just hate it when you’re given discounts to stuff you don’t need? It’s almost as bad as receiving spam. Well, the folks over at Loopt have come up with a solution called u-Deals. Instead of...

Steampunk laptop now up for pre-order

06/14/2011, For all you steampunk fans who aren’t satisfied with just having a steampunk mouse can take things further by owning a steampunk laptop. Richard “Doc” Nagy, a creator of steampunk laptops, has decided to lend his talents to the world, by...

sculpted eers now available for pre-order

06/09/2011, Folks who have been eyeing the sculpted eers custom fit earphones ever since they were introduced will be pleased to know that they’ll be able to get their hands on their own pair as early as August. Sonomax Technologies, the company behind the...

Calibur11 Base Vaults coming for PlayStation 3

06/01/2011, We’ve written about Calibur11 Base Vaults case for the Xbox 360 before, well now it looks like the company has decided to expand their portfolio to include PlayStation 3 devices as well, after popular demand. Going on sale this month, the...

ORIGIN CHRONOS: custom-built small form factor gaming system

05/27/2011, If you’re an avid PC gamer and you’re looking for a small form factor desktop to replace the behemoth of a machine that you own, you’re in luck. Gone are the days where you have to sacrifice performance for size; at least that’s...

Xbox 360 slim laptop lets you game on the go – almost

05/04/2011, The DIY community has been coming up with portable versions of home gaming consoles for quite some time now, but they’re usually a one-of creation, with the modders having no plans to do another version of the same model. But not Ed. This hardware...

Intel Custom-chopper finally retires in a glass case

04/26/2011, Back in 2007, to celebrate its 30th anniversary of being in the embedded business, Intel built a custom chopper that was just loaded with all the latest tech, and one hell of an engine. While it was so loaded with gadgets and high-end equipment, it...

Microsoft patents custom Kinect profiles

04/22/2011, The Kinect has been used in over 101 different applications and new ways to use the motion controller are being discovered on a weekly basis. It’s been Microsoft’s ingenious idea to release the controller out into the wild and let people go...

Gmail now allows custom background images

04/14/2011, Gmail has been pretty customizable in terms of appearances for some time now. You have the ability to set your own colors for pretty much everything on the interface. However there’s been one feature that users could never change and its background...

EVO 4G unofficially gets Gingerbread

04/14/2011, The other day, a HTC spokesperson was quoted as saying Gingerbread (Android 2.3) would be arriving on the EVO 4G, though an exact date wasn’t given (Q2) and now it looks like the build could be making its way to your phone sooner than later. Some...

The World’s Biggest Pac-Man game needs your help

04/14/2011, If you have loads of time on your hands (i.e. you’re done with this week’s work quota in the office), you have access to Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and you love Pac-Man, you’ll be delighted to know that you can help to create The...

Honeycomb now running on Galaxy Tab

04/04/2011, While Samsung are taking their time to update the operating system on their debut tablet (hint: it’s probably going to be awhile more, just to ensure their other tablets sell better), the folks over at XDA-developers have already managed to port the...