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Holiday Gift Guide 2011: AT&T Smartphones

I don’t know about you, but I’m an AT&T user. Partly because I owned the original iPhone, and partly because Ma Belle has the best local service in my area. While other companies built up their line of Android phones to compete with the iPhone, AT&T waited until their exclusive contract...


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Real Mario Karts in the Wild, You May Even Win One

(Click to see fullsize image) Ever play Mario Kart and say to yourself “damn, I wish I could drive that in real life.” Well, if you’re a Gamestop PowerUp Rewards member, you may get the chance to make that into a reality. Nintendo and West Coast Customs (the guys who fix up cars from the ...


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HTC Evo 3D Review

After the announcement of the Nintendo 3DS, everyone knew that the next logical step for 3D technology was our phones. This has been for some a blessing, and for many others a curse. 3D technology has grown significantly in the last three years, and HTC’s Evo 3D is the first 3D-capable handset that not onl...


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Sony Tablets Unveiled, S1 and S2, No Word on Price or Launch Date

Last night Sony officially unveiled two Android powered devices, called the S1 and S2. The S1 has a 9.4-inch touchscreen display and claims some sort of “off center of gravity” design that somehow makes it easier to hold.  The S2 has two 5.5-inch displays and can be folded for what Sony says is...


PSP Price cut 2011

PSP Price Cuts Arriving This Sunday, February 27th (video)

Come Sunday, February 27th, Sony will slash the price of the PSP (PSP-3000) from $169.99 to $129.99.  Additionally, the Entertainment bundles will receive a comparable price cut from $199.99 to 159.99.  No word if the PSPGo will receive a new price, but it’s unlikely. The reduction in price is probab...


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LG’s Optimus 3D Smartphone Specs Revealed, Glasses Need Not Apply

Much like the Nintendo 3Ds, LG’s Optimus 3D smartphone won’t require any glasses to view a 3D image on its 4.3-inch touchscreen.  While 3D content is few and far between, you’ll be able to snap 3D pictures and videos using the dual 5 megapixel cameras located on the back of the handset. A...


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7 Reasons Why February 2011 Is The Best February Yet

January is almost always a slow month for gamers. With the barrage of holiday games in late November and early December, it’s become an expected norm. As the years go by, that’s slowly changed, even after the recent glut of games thanks to nobody wanting to compete with Black Ops and AC: Brotherhood. Febru...


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Hasbro My3D Kaleidoscope Adds 3D To Your iPhone

We’ve seen screens that can produce 3D images sans glasses – the iPhone IS NOT one of those.  Enter Hasbro’s My3D.  It’s a throw back to the device from the 80s in which you placed paper thin circular cartridges into a comparable looking device that allowed you to view images in gre...


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Spice Mobility M-67 3D Phone

India has always been a land of bewilderment, in recent decades mostly due to their film industry, but in a country that large that’s going through a technological revolution you’re bound to get a few interesting products. Most never see the light of day in the rest of the world, and such is the case [&hel...


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Toshiba Regza GL1 TVs Do 3D Without Glasses

Much like Nintendo’s 3Ds, Toshiba is set to release a 3D TV that doesn’t require glasses. It will launch in Japan this December and be available in a 12-inch and 20-inch version.  Both sizes are probably too small for home theater use, but perhaps they’ll serve as some sort of barometer o...


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Konami Road Fighter Drives Into 3D

Every where we look these days it’s ’3D this’ or ’3D that’.  Honestly, enough 3D already. Okay, we’re kidding, we like the 3D.  Afterall, it does add a compelling element to any movie or…drum roll…in this case a video game.  Konami has reissued a 3D version o...


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Rumor: Toshiba To Release Glasses Free 3D Set By Christmas

According to a Japanese report, Toshiba is readying a 3D HDTV for release sometime in the next year, maybe even by Christmas, that would not require glasses to view. (Note: the image above is not that TV, but hey, it’ll probably look similar…just a guess). The technology, called autostereoscopi...