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Clear iPhone case makes your 3G naked

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2008

Clear iPhone case makes your 3G nakedSome things are good clear. Water, windows. Some things not so much. Wonder Woman’s plane comes to mind as well as this clear iPhone 3G case. We don’t have a problem with clear cases, but the guts inside have to look cool, otherwise what’s the point?

You’re either gonna love it or hate it. Yes, it’s missing the camera and some other stuff. The case is manufactured by a company in Russia. It’s not a bad idea as you will definitely want to stand out from the rest of the black iPhone using world, but damn the inside of an iPhone is fugly.

iPhone 3G hit Wal-Mart today

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2008

iPhone 3G hit Wal-Mart todayToday the iPhone arrived at that place where workers get trampled by angry Black Friday crowds. There’s bad news and there’s more bad news. The bad news is that you can probably still get trampled by an angry mob in search of rolled back prices. The other bad news is that rumors of a $99 Wal-Mart iPhone were incorrect.

Wal-Mart will sell the iPhone for only $2 less than the regular price with a two-year contract: $197 for the 8 GB model, or $297 for the 16GB model. The ad should read “Save just a little money. Live just a tad better.”

AT&T offers iPhone 3G home activation

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 11th, 2008

AT&T offers iPhone 3G home activationYes, you can now get an iPhone from the comfort of your livingroom, wearing only your underwear. Just purchase the phone online, receive it at home and activate the handset via iTunes. That was easy wasn’t it?

Only new accounts and new line activations apply. Those who want to upgrade from where they are at the moment will still have to put some clothes on and head toward a store. But this does make things a whole lot more convenient for everyone. Especially nudists, WoW players and shut-ins.

All black iPhone 3G debuts

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2008

All black iPhone 3G debutsDiamond jewellers De Vere’s of London have unveiled the all black Apple iPhone 3G. The ‘Midnight’ iPhone 3G features a deep black bezel surrounding the front screen to match the rear case. The Midnight iPhone is exclusive to De Vere’s for £799 (USD$1199) or as a bezel fitted to an existing iPhone for £299 (USD$449).

The black Midnight iPhone was originally created by De Vere’s to show off the effect of diamonds set into its luxury De Vere Diamond iPhones. Then they realized how good the all black iPhone looked without the diamonds.

Pay as you go iPhone 3G available

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2008

Pay as you go iPhone 3G availableAt long last, you can get your hands on an iPhone 3G without having to sign up to for long term contract. Apple has just announced that the PAYG iPhone is available now!

You can buy it in O2 stores or online, where Apple is charging £342.50 for the 8GB version and £391.45 for the 16GB. The 16GB version is available in both black and white.

Huawei U121 mobile phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 4th, 2008

Huawei U121 mobile phoneThe Huawei U121 is a brand new entry-level handset from Huawei Technologies. It features some high-quality materials like stainless steel casing. Despite being entry level, the phone comes with a 1.3MP camera that supports video calls, an integrated FM radio, microSD memory card slot, a 3.5mm headphone jack, Audio and video playback, miniUSB port and 3G connectivity. The Huawei U121 is currently only available only in Russia.

Tire Tread iPhone 3G case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2008

Tire Tread iPhone 3G caseHere’s an iPhone case that’s a bit different. If you’re in the market for a case for your iPhone 3G, but you “tire” from the search, this may be for you. The Case-Mate Vroom Tire Tread Pattern Case features 100% impact resistant rubber and it’s only $15.

Its rubber case can protect your expensive phone by cushioning the blow of impact of course. But there’s an unseen danger most users ignore. What if…Just what if it slipped from your gadget loving hand? The tire tread pattern will prevent iPhone hand slippage and at the same time send others a message. Presumably, “Don’t tread on me.”

iPhone 3G Incase Power Slider doubles the battery, lets you sync

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2008

iPhone 3G Incase Power Slider doubles the battery, lets you syncIncase is at it again. Their latest iPhone offering, The Power Slider, will double your iPhone’s power for up to 5 hours of talk time on the 3G network and 10 hours on 2G. It will increase your audio playback time to 26 hours, and give you video playback time to 7 hours.

Pretty nifty. But that isn’t all. With this device, you can now sync with the iPhone still in the case, which is pretty convenient. Amazingly it doesn’t make your iPhone look too bad, though it does fatten it some. We’ve seen much worse. No word on price yet, but it should be available on November 28.

More details on Tectoy’s Zeebo 3G gaming console

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2008

More details on Tectoy’s Zeebo 3G gaming consoleLast week we told you about Zeebo, a new 3G network-based gaming console that’s launching in Brazil soon. At the time there wasn’t a ton of detail, but now more info has come to light. Tectoy will be partnering with cellular carrier Claro, whose 3G network will carry the free-of-charge connection, and also Qualcomm, who owns 43 percent of the company.

The Zeebo will apparently run on a BREW-based OS, with an ARM CPU running at 528MHz, a Qualcomm Adreno 130 graphics core, 1GB NAND flash memory, 160MB RAM, 128MB DDR SDRAM and 32MB stacked DDR SDRAM. Who are they setting their sights on? The “growing middle class” of developing countries. The Zeebo will launch in Brazil and developers think that the downloadable-content format should help combat piracy. The cost of the system should be about $264 US and games will cost betwee $3-13 US.

Nokia “Wahoo” 3G half-QWERTY flip uncovered

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on November 12th, 2008

Nokia “Wahoo” 3G half-QWERTY flip uncoveredWe didn’t see this one coming. Boy Genius has uncovered some pics and specs on a new Nokia flip that’s destined for AT&T. It’s super secret codename? “Wahoo”. Damn they’re creative. This quad-band clamshell has an interesting half-QWERTY keypad, internal 2.2-inch QVGA display, 1.36-inch external unit, push-to-talk, microSD expansion, and A2DP support. It sports a form-factor that’s similar to the BlackBerry Pearl Flip. Nothing on a release date. Wa-freakin-hoo.

Tectoy’s Zeebo gaming console

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on November 12th, 2008

Tectoy’s Zeebo gaming consoleTectoy has announced the Zeebo, a 3G network-based gaming console that will launch in Brazil in July of 2009, then show up in other markets after a few months. Apparently the idea is that the console forever connected to a 3G network. That conection won’t cost the gamer anything, with all the games and content paid for and downloaded through the network.

Action Hero 3D, Evil Prey, and Quake will come preloaded on the console. Yeah, not some of my first choices either, but they aren’t dead set on competing with the Wii, Xbox 360 or PS3 obviously. They’re trying to appeal to those who can not afford expensive consoles and games, despite a crazy $599 price tag itself. Games will cost between $10 and $30. Fail.

Asus Glaxy7 spotted

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2008

Asus Glaxy7 spottedCheck out this shot of an Asus device that might challenge the Samsung Omnia when it’s released. Apparently it’s called the Asus Glaxy7. It runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro and the display looks very similar to the Omnia. Other features are a 3.5 “WVGA 800X480 / 65K Color TFT, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, microSD memory card slot, mini-USB, 200 hours standby, 4 hours talk time, and a trackball that acts like a D-pad. On the back is a 5 megapixel camera with no flash for low light conditions.

Sony Ericsson ultra-slim T700 3G mobile phone

Posted in Sony Ericsson by Conner Flynn on August 7th, 2008

Sony Ericsson ultra-slim T700 3G mobile phone
The Sony Ericsson T700 is now official. And officially sexy. They obviously took a page from Apples design team. Measuring only 10mm thick, the slim candybar phone boasts 3G connections and high speed HSDPA. The handset also offers a 3.2MP camera, stereo Bluetooth, two speakers and a memory stick slot. It will also geotag photos, but instead of packing full GPA, it uses cell-tower data to roughly work out your position. The Sony Ericsson Ultra-slim T700 phone should be available in the fourth quarter of 2008.

iPhone 3G solar charging case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2008

iPhone 3G solar charging case
The iPhone 3G does a whole lot more than its predecessor, and that means that the battery is going to drain much faster. All of those cool new apps will also suck up the juice. The iPhone 3G Solar Charging Case will offer some protection for your iPhone 3G and also has a built-in solar panel that will collect the sun’s rays and turn them into electricity.

Power is stored in a 1,500mAh battery that will give your phone a full charge. Recharge time is about 3 hours. It may not be the most beautiful of iPhone cases, but it’s a good option for those who are thinking green with their gadgets. The price is $54, while the sun’s rays are free.

iPhone 3G: Now in technicolor

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2008

iPhone 3G: Now in technicolor
When gadgets need colors, who ya gonna call? Colorware of course. I know one thing, the iPhone 3G is in desperate need of a colorful upgrade.

For the price of $150, Colorware will give your iPhone 3G some color on it’s backside. For an extra $20 more, you can customize the button and frame. You’ll have a colorful iPhone sure, but when you factor in the price, your 3G will have cost you $150 more. Doh! It actually looks pretty pleasing in a lime and red and blue…