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BlackBerry 8800With all the cell phones and smartphones out there flaunting the latest innovations, choosing the right one can be a daunting process.  Research in Motion just made that decision even harder (or perhaps easier depending on your view) when it introduced the new BlackBerry 8800 at the 3GSM World Congress, a showcase for state-of-the-art wireless devices. While targeted toward the corporate crowd, the 8800—the slimmest corporate Blackberry yet—includes such consumer-friendly features as a media player that supports MP3 and AAC audio as well as MPEG-4 and H.263 encoded video files, and a microSD slot for music and video storage. The smartphone also contains a QWERTY keyboard, trackball, GPS software and Bluetooth capability.

The 8800 is a quad-band GSM/GPRS and supports EDGE - but oddly enough, leaves out HSDPA. That means that while the phone is slick, you won’t be doing any broadband surfing or downloading. It also has a built-in GPS chip, which means it can give you directions and support other location-based applications right out of the box.

The BlackBerry 8800 will be available this month, with pricing yet to be announced.

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Fast and Furious TokyoBased on the ever popular “The Fast and The Furious Tokyo” game, the I-play mobile version has managed to capture the Best Made for Mobile Game at the 3GSM World Congress. Released last June, the game received over 6 million downloads in under six months. Based on Universal’s movies of the same name, gamers get to be the new kids on the block and beat their rivals. We think that this is a more viable alternative to its sometimes real life counterpart.

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Digby

Gear Live reader “Slezak” wrote in to tell us about Digby:

Digby is a really cool app that lets you shop for all sorts of stuff from your BlackBerry without having to use the browser. It has a local catalog with flowers, chocolates, books, cds, dvd, etc,.. including search capabilities for stuff not already in the catalog. It links up with the address book and the calendar so you can buy and ship stuff to yourself or anyone in my address book without having to rekey info that is already on my BlackBerry. Digby is a free download and the products are at the same price as they are on the vendors normal website.

So there you have it, for all you BlackBerry owning shopoholics out there, Digby might be just the thing you needed to push your credit card bill over the edge.

[Thanks Slezak!]

Read More | Digby Product Page

Sudoku

Hooked on Sudoku? Kid Galaxy, designer and developer of creative toys and games is featuring their handheld Pro at this week’s NY Toy Fair 2007. The gadget features over 1,000,000 puzzles, 4 different skill levels, and an adjustable screen. It also sports check, hint, and mute buttons, a timer, a step counter, and an input for downloading games. Pro Sudoku is available online for $15.00, requires 3 AAA batteries (not included,) and also comes in a $5.00 Sudoku To Go Model.

 

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NYT Electronic CrosswordBill Clinton does them. Jon Stuart and Sheila Franklin do them. What are they? The New York Times Crossword Puzzles, of course. What better way to stave off Alzheimer’s or prove your mental acumen than by doing them in pen? We suggest a stylus and the NYT Electronic Crossword. With a 4 x 2.5-inch LCD screen, it contains 1,000 puzzles and comes with a memory saver, three levels of skill, a spell checker, and a hint helper (although we consider that cheating.) The handheld device runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included) with auto-shut off and adjustable contrast, and is available at Hammacher Schlemmer for $99.99. What’s a six letter word for “expensive?”

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Here's how to get the show:
|Download| - iPod-formatted H.264
|Download| - Apple TV High Resolution
|Download| - MPEG-4
|Download| - Windows Media

Read More | The Bleeding Edge

Here's how to get the show:
|Download| - iPod-formatted H.264
|Download| - Apple TV High Resolution
|Download| - MPEG-4
|Download| - Windows Media

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i-Vision Glasses

No room to carry a 35-inch display on your back while jogging with your iPod? Take a peek through 22Moo’s i-Vision 230, which simulates watching one from 2 meters away. With its 320 x 240 resolution LCD, it will also function with a Zune, Xbox 360, Nintendo Game Cube, or Wii. The glasses are also compatible with PCs, Macs, PDAs, Set Top Boxes, DVD players, or any other devices that support a VGA or AV output.

At a mere 4.2 oz., the plug-and-play i-Vision features auto recognize between NTSC and PAL, auto-switch on/off, integrated stereo earphones, and can be charged via USB within 2 hours. You can get your own i-Vision with a one year limited warranty from Australian retailers or online for $349.00 AUD ($250.00 US.)

 

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Here's how to get the show:
|Download| - iPod-formatted H.264
|Download| - Apple TV High Resolution
|Download| - MPEG-4
|Download| - Windows Media

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