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Logitech Harmony 7.5 for Mac

A quick update for all you Logitech Harmony users out there on OS X, as the company has released a new version of their software for the Mac platform. The download weighs in at 29 MB, and is officially titles Logitech Harmony Remote Software 7.5. If you are using a Harmony remote with OS X, then this is obviously a recommended update.

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hardgraftiphoneWorking Class Heroes, the brand known for their minimalist felt gadget pouches, has returned with a new name and a brand new collection. Now known as Hard Graft, the new Dapper collection has been unveiled and three new designs have been added to the Hard Graft repertoire. Still constructed of high quality wool felt and leather, the Dapper collection features pockets reminiscent of those found on jeans, just big enough for an iPod or . And the collection now features three new pouch styles, two created specifically for the and the iPhone and a new Laptop Wallet featuring snaps along the open end.  Prices for the entire collection range from 19 to 89 Euros and Hard Graft’s online store is open for business.

Read More | Hard Graft via NOTCOT


Fable II Collector's Edition

The long-awaited , which we got a look at during the Microsoft E3 Media Briefing, has finally been dated. You can expect to pick up your copy on October 21, 2008. The image you see above features the Fable II Collector’s Edition, which will retail for $79.99, while the standard version prices out at $59.99. So, what do you get in the Collector’s Edition for your extra twenty bucks? We’ll tell ya:

  • Bonus in-game content: Includes “The Hall of the Dead” dungeon, “The Wreckager” Legendary Cutlass Weapon and Otherworldy bonus
  • Bonus DVD which features the Making of Fable II with Peter Molyneux
  • Five printed Fate Cards
  • Hobbe figurine with accessories
  • 48 hour Xbox Live Gold trial code

Fable II is definitely one we are looking forward to. It looks like this game will be what the original should have been.


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Eye-Shaped CameraWorking under a grant from the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, scientists Yonggang Huang and John Rogers have made an eye-shaped camera that they say could improve digital cameras and enhance imaging. They designed a mesh-like material with tiny squares connected by wires. This prevents breakage that would occur with simple bending. The pair are hoping that someday their eye cam can be used as an artificial retina or bionic eye.

Read More | Reuters

A2B BicycleUltra Motor will soon be releasing their A2B electric bike. The wide center stem houses the lithium-ion battery. When you get tired of peddling, the bicycle offers a 20 mph speed for up to 20 miles and can be upgraded with a second battery, basket, and/or rear carrier. The good news is that no license is required. The bad news is that it will set you back $2,500.00. Look for a September debut and remind yourself there will be no more high gas prices to pay, just a larger electric bill.

Read More | Ultra Motors via c/net


Skooba CheckthroughThere’s good news for travelers. The Transportation Security Administration will soon allow those with laptops to leave them inside their “checkpoint friendly” cases. In order to qualify, the cover must have a designated laptop-only section that would lie flat when it rolls through the X-ray machine. It cannot have metal zippers, snaps, buckles, or inner pockets. The new rule will take effect Aug. 16. Already approved are bags from Mobile Edge, Tagus, and the Skooba Design Checkthrough that will become available in the next few weeks.

Read More | ABC News

USB 4-Port Round HubThe USB 2.0 4-Port Round Hub not only holds your electronic devices, it rotates to accommodate your flash drive, peripherals, or other gadgets. At a size of 72 x 45 x 45mm and a weight of 65g, the hub supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista, MAC OS X, and Linux. When not in use, the hub can stack to save space. We think that the multi-colored chromatic design makes it fun to play with and we really dig the minute $12.00 price.

Read More | Gadget4all

DTV4PC

When is free not really free? When it is DTV4PC for Windows XP/Vista. With it you can receive 1,056 live television channels from your PC. Using streaming media, choose between 186 streaming channels, 55 movie channels, local networks, 35 sports channels, and 876 additional channels. The one-time software download charge will cost you $29.99 with a free player included.

The Premium Package for $9.99 includes 156 more channels, DTV OnDemand is another $9.99, and upgrading Premium Support is also $9.99. All of them are yearly, so you are looking at quite a bit of change. Still, if you have a decent PC and monitor, it is cheaper than most cable with no monthly fees.

 

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HS-1200 HeadsetCreative has a new Digital Wireless Gaming Headset that is X-fi powered with a 2.4GHz radio frequency. With a maximum range of 72 feet, the phones feature 40mm Neodymium drivers, a flexible swivel microphone, and a leatherette headband with plush earcups. Plug into your USB port for recharging and get up to 8 hours of play. The HS-1200 is compatible with Windows Vista/XP, would be great for Skyping, and has a MSRP of $99.99.

Read More | Creative

T-Mobile 3GIf you are a T-Mobile customer and happen to live in Vegas, you will be happy to know that T-Mo’s network just launched in your region. So, if your phone is capable is hitting up 3G speeds, get ready for a nice, enhanced speed boost. For all the rest of you on T-Mobile, we know it sucks that only NYC and Vegas get 3G, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel, as the company expects to drop 3G on another 20 markets before the end of the year, along with a few new phones to take advantage of it all.

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