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  • MOGA™ Mobile Gaming System Expands to Include Console-Style MOGA Pro Controller

    WOODINVILLE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PowerA™ unveils a new addition to the MOGA™ Mobile Gaming System at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 8-11 — the console-style MOGA Pro Controller. MOGA...

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  • Popular Series Continues with New BlackBerry Curve 3G from Sprint; Able to be updated to BlackBerry 6

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sprint (NYSE: S) and Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today announced the upcoming availability of BlackBerry® Curve™ 3G (model 9330), a new addition to the...

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  • DoubleTwist adds some polish to Android with new media player app

    DoubleTwist adds some polish to Android with new media player app

    Peruse the Android Market this morrow and you might come across a hot new addition from the folks at DoubleTwist. That's right, the iTunes-aping desktop sync manager has gone native on the Android platform and early feedback on its media player implementation has been positive. The free music and video player app does that whole seamless thing quite well, apparently, interfacing directly with your Windows or Mac computerino and porting over relevant playlists, ratings and media. A widget and other features are coming soon, though you'll likely have to pay for them, given the "free for a limited time" note on the download page. Better get it while the gettin's good.

    DoubleTwist adds some polish to Android with new media player app originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 03 Jun 2010 05:51:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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  • Logic3 makes a big noise as it helps the iPod generation see the bigger picture

    May 26, 2010: Innovative UK-based iPhone and iPod accessory company, Logic3, today unveiled an eye-catching new addition to its range. The LCD ProDock is a compact unit that brings a big screen experience from small screen content and big concert sound to downloaded music. The contemporary designed docking station - compatible with the complete range of iPhone, iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod classic - is simple to connect to almost any TV using the.

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  • OnStar reveals mystery partner: Google

    OnStar reveals mystery partner: Google

    Google I/O's shaping up to be a hell of an event this year. We just received word that OnStar will give a sneak peek at new functionalities it's developing for its version 2.0 Chevy Volt app with the help of Google. A major new addition -- to be demonstrated on Android, of course -- will be a navigation tab on the app's home screen that can identify your position relative to your Volt's location in Google Maps. Something that should prove handy in tracking down your car in the airport parking lot. Owners can then use their smartphone to enter their destination before even entering the vehicle. When it's time to drive, your Volt will already be setup and ready to guide you to the spot using OnStar's turn-by-turn navigation. Alternatively, users can follow the voice guidance provided by Google Maps Navigation if they prefer. Unfortunately, these 2.0 addition won't be in the app at launch this fall. Full press release after the break.

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    OnStar reveals mystery partner: Google originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 18 May 2010 02:16:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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  • Thunder 30 amplifier from Orange

    Thunder 30 amplifier from Orange

    Stage aesthetics all contain a common trend. Generally, the equipment should be seen as little as possible, leading to pretty much every guitar amplifier in existence being black. Orange Amplifiers said, “To hell with all that nonsense” and proceeded to create some of the most visually offensive and sonically powerful amps on the market. Their [...]

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  • National Geographic reprints every issue to an external drive

    National Geographic reprints every issue to an external drive

    Over the past 120 years, National Geographic Magazine has been one of the most important publications ever printed. From the insightful articles to the brilliant photography, NatGeo has been the benchmark that other magazines compare themselves to. Now, you can own a copy of every single issue without having to build a new addition to your house to store it.

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  • Seagate makes the wafer-thin 2.5-inch Momentus hard drive official

    Seagate makes the wafer-thin 2.5-inch Momentus hard drive official

    We knew this hard drive was coming, but the info we had suggested that it was going to make a CES debut. No matter, the 7mm thin Seagate Momentus hard drive is official and Seagate is calling it the thinnest in the world. In the world! The technical specs that leaked early all seem right on. The 8MB, [...]

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  • Kindle 2 goes to $259, International GSM version coming October 19

    Kindle 2 goes to $259, International GSM version coming October 19

    This just in: the Kindle 2 is falling from $299 to $259 and they will be selling an international version with built-in AT&T SIM card for $279 on October 19. Quoth the suits: “Kindle has revolutionized the way we purchase and read books, by making it mobile, easy and intuitive,” said Randall Stephenson, chairman and chief [...]

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  • New Verizon HTC Imagio shots surface, release date still unknown

    New Verizon HTC Imagio shots surface, release date still unknown

    Half the fun of waiting for a new phone to be released is meticulously combing the internet for every minute little detail: specifications, what comes in the box, hell – even just a picture from an angle you haven’t seen before. If what I’ve described sounds a touch too familiar for comfort and your current [...]

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