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PSP Video 9

Now that we’re only a few days from getting our hands on a PSP here in the States, PSP Video 9 has hit the scene. PSP Video 9 is a free PSP video conversion and management application. It can convert regular PC video files (avi, mpeg, etc) into PSP video files, as well as manage/copy these PSP video files between your PC and PSP. When combined with another application, Videora + PSP Video 9 form the first PSPcasting solution, allowing you to download, convert and copy video to your PSP, automatically using BitTorrent and RSS technology. No doubt, we will be putting this program through the paces come this weekend.

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Text Messaging InjuriesNot only can text messaging be painful for your pocketbook, but an Australian doctor is saying that it can hurt your physically as well. It seems that those who use text messaging extensively are prone to those repeat motion injuries that flare up your tendons. One 13 year old girl had the first case of texting tendonitis, as the doctor called it, as a reult to too much one-thumbed messaging. As a result, a tendon in her right forearm swelled by two centimeters.

(Thanks Fresh!)

Read More | ABC Science


Canadian Treo 650

If you originally thought that the Treo 650 was a letdown, this one just may change your mind. After all, who wouldn’t want a Treo that is iced out Canadian style? This one is being auctioned off by PalmOne, with all proceeds going to the Autism Society of Canada. You help the world, and in return get a smartphone covered in 2,000 Swarovski crystals - laid out nicely to replicate the Canadian flag. It also has a few Canadian-themed tracks preloaded onto the device.

(Thanks Fresh Pimpin!)

Read More | BargainPDA via Ubergizmo


Mac mini HackWhen most people attempt to upgrade their Mac mini unit themselves (so as to not pay an overpriced Apple tech), a putty knife is used to open up the little bugger. However, if not careful the case will not look the same afterwards – leaving a gap and possible scratches on the otherwise beautiful case. Never fear - there’s an alternative to get that little sucker open. By taking a six inch network cable and separating each of the wires, you may open Apple’s miniature computer with ease without damaging the case. Simply take each of the wires and loop them around each of the tabs that secure the case to pop open the top shell. MacMiniHacks.org has the full instructions complete with pictures. Hack away!

(Thanks w00t.w00t!)


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GameOptics X1620Do your friends and family complain that you seclude yourself from the world when you are busy fragging away? Put an end to those complaints with the GameOptics X1620! This USB LCD interacts with your software such as Instant Messengers, POP email, music programs, stocks, local weather information, memos, and even display system information such as CPU usage/Memory usage/IP information. All that while playing your favorite game. The X1620 displays all that information through the use of a 2 line yellow/green display. I’m not sure if a 2 line display is enough to carry on a conversation on your favorite IM client, but at least it will bring some people one step closer to enjoying life outside of Half-Life 2 and Doom 3.

Read More | Think Geek


SpamshirtPeople have always said “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” (at least they say it on TV a lot). Spam has certainly been a thorn in the side of just about every Internet user in this modern age. Instead of getting upset, how about stealing those catchy spam email subjects and making shirts out of them? That is exactly what SPAMSHIRT allows you to do. You can now sport all your favorite spam subjects, like “Fr-e.e Ci@l1s 4 U!”, right on your chest.

(Thanks illwon!)

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DescriptionLooks like the Yahoo! official from the company’s Australian offices was incorrect when they said that Yahoo! plans to ensure that all current and future services would be checked for full Firefox compatibility. Someone from the US office overruled that claim, saying that Firefox is still a relatively new technology, and some services just flat out might not work for the browser. Oh well.

Read More | The Inquirer


Toshiba 4GB MP3 PlayerToshiba is currently working on a MP3 player that will utilize its new 0.85 inch 4GB hard drive. The picture was taken by AV Watch Japan at CEBIT. You can see that the unit does not have an LCD, and uses a remote control for its functions. The unit even appears to be upgradeable via an SD memory card. Hopefully Toshiba can rework its design to provide us with a better looking final product. Nonetheless, it’s good to see that MP3 players are getting smaller without sacrificing drive space. We can only dream of the day when we are able to see a 20GB MP3 player which is the size of today’s USB flash drives.

Read More | Dapreview


LED UnderwearCould lighted underwear be the next big thing? Back in November we told you about GloThong, a glow in the dark thong. Now we bring you LED underwear by Puff-Buff. Much like the GloThong, expect to see these designs on the night club scene in the not so distant future. If clubbin just ain’t yo thang, perhaps using the garment as a night light for some late night reading would be a more viable alternative.

Read More | Puff-Buff Designs


PSPWhile you can’t pick up a Sony PSP from EB Games just yet, apparently they already have some games in stock and ready for sale. That’s right, if you can’t wait until Thursday to get your hands on one of 2005’s hottest gadgets, head on over to your local EB Games store and pick up a game or two, close your eyes, and pretend you are playing that oh-so-coveted expensive gadget. Even better news is that EB Games is expecting to receive some PSPs as early as Monday to prepare for Thursday’s release day. Sony sure wants to make sure its highly anticipated portable releases with as little problems as possible. Be sure to get your desktop countdown wallpaper to see the seconds melt away until the PSP launch.

Read More | GadgetMadness


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