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Nikon Coolpix S80 gets reviewed: loads of style, short on substance

Nikon’s Coolpix S80 sure seemed like a worthy successor to the S70 on paper, but Photography Blog’s latest review sheds light on a couple of underlying issues that hinder it from being a runaway hit. The critics pretty much adored the sexy styling, but they noted that

HP Slate Announced, Costs $799

Who could have predicted that Apple would actually be undercutting the competition in tablet pricing? As the tablet wars really begin to heat up, HP just announced the availability of their Slate 500, an 8.9 inch Windows 7 tablet that will cost $799 (The Samsung Galaxy Tab

Windows Phone 7 Review @ Neowin.net

Microsoft has not been shy in admitting that their mobile efforts over the past few years have been less than stellar. A decline in market share and mind share has seen the software giant struggle to stay relevant amongst strong offerings from both Google and Apple. Microsoft’s

First Windows Phone 7 device sold in New Zealand

As Microsoft prepares to launch Windows Phone 7 across Europe, lucky kiwis have got their hands on the devices. The first Windows Phone 7 device has been sold today over in New Zealand. Lucky shopper Jourdan Templeton picked up the world’s first Windows Phone 7 at a

The World’s Smallest Rubik’s Cube: Now Even Smaller!

[pullquote_left]this cube only measures 10 millimeters across, which makes this one the world’s smallest Rubik’s Cube to date[/pullquote_left] Fancy a little puzzle solving? And by that, we literally mean little. If you enjoying solving normal-sized Rubik’s Cube puzzle, then take a look at it’s minuscule little brother.

Joby launches the Gorillatorch Blade – An ultra-precise, tactical and rechargeable LED flashlight

Joby makes some awesome tripods for all kinds of devices ranging from digital cameras and camcorders to iPods and iPhones. They also have the Gorillatorch line of products which uses the intuitive tripod with a flashlight mounted on top making it perfect for times when you need

Logitech Revue: First Google TV Box Revealed

Google’s new toy that they have been hard at work on, Google TV, finally has had it’s first set top box revealed to the public. Google TV is more than simply a video and TV manager, as it adds in the ability to search for videos and

Confirmed: Windows Phone 7 launches October 11th in New York City, and T-Mobile’s on board

If there was any scrap of doubt in your mind, we’ll obliterate it for you right now — October 11th is the day Windows Phone 7 will be unveiled in the US, not just at a fancy London event… and wonder of wonders, T-Mobile’s the star of

Sky’s 3D TV Channel Launches in UK

You’ve seen it explained by none other than Stephen Fry and, if you’re in the UK, you can now finally check out Sky’s brand new 3D TV channel for yourself. It’s the first 3D channel in the UK, and it will be broadcasting a range of programming

Nintendo 3DS ships February in Japan, US and Europe in March

At a Tokyo press briefing, Nintendo announced that its new 3DS handheld will release in Japan on February 26, 2011 for ¥25,000 (approximately $300). The device will then land in the US and Europe in March for an undisclosed amount. As reported by VideoGaming247, the initial launch