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DealMax – 1GB and 2GB MicroSD Flash Memory on SALE at under 5 bucks!

CellPhoneShop is having a special sale on 1GB and 2GB MicroSD flash memory.  It even comes with a regular SD adaptor but if you need a MicroSD card for your Blackberry or other PDA, this might be a great deal at under 5 bucks!

1GB – $3.49 at CellPhoneShop.Net

2GB – $4.99 at CellPhoneShop.Net

The offer end tonight so get them in a hurry before!  (I am planning on getting a 2GB right now.)

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Bird’s Nest Olympic Stadium USB Speakers!

Here’s a cool set of speakers that look like a bird’s nest or the Olympic stadium for $12 at USB Geek.

Recharged/Powered by USB Built-in rechargeable Lithium Ion battery Simple, just plug-in, no driver install On/Off swtich with Blue LED indicator Apply to any audio devices with 3.5mm headjack, e.g. PC, Mac, iPod, iPhone, PDA, MP3 player, CD player … etc. Speaker: 33mm Dimensions: 70 x 59 x 31.7mm Weight: 55

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Nokia Bluetooth Loopset adds “hands-free” to your Hearing Aid!

It looks like Nokia might be the first to offer bluetooth “hands-free” mode to those of you using hearing aids.

The Nokia Loopset simply plugs into your hearing aid to allow wireless bluetooth connection to your PDA or cellphone.

Its “Wireless Loopset” is a device designed to hang around the neck that basically turns a t-coil-equipped hearing aid into a Bluetooth headset. In addition to providing the wireless connection, the Loopset includes such features as vibrating alerts and single-button dialing, according to Gea

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iPhone Hack – How To Turn an iPhone into a Moleskine Book!

Here’s a fun DIY on how to make a moleskine book casing for your iPhone.

That’s fine, but the little iPod gets uncomfortable to hold after a while, and it lacks the presence of a real book. Imagine seeing an attractive girl (or boy) sitting outside a pavement café, drinking an espresso, smoking a Gauloise and reading a tatty paperback. It’s a romantic image whic

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In-rack wireless modules for PLCs

Here’s a cool radio gizmo wireless module you can use for PLCs and other “industrial” applications.  You could probably use it with CUBLOC or CuTOUCH too… Check out Prosoft Technologies for more info.

Frequency hopping

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Google GPS

Here’s a cool way to use Google earth as GPS. Too bad you can’t run it on a PDA unless someone finds a way…

Basically you run Google Earth and use some great donation-ware to link it in real time to a GPS. This means that your mapping software and maps worldwide are not only free, but you also get hi-res satellite views and in some cases 3D buildings (in downtown areas). Only a year or so ago this would have cost tens of thousands of dollars in proprietary GPS mapping gear; it would be difficult to share it once done; each map and

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Charging ANYthing!


Cool way to power everything in one box in this hectic world with more than enough power adaptors that we need.

“I made my own charging center for all my electronic gadgets (phone, PDA, iPod, Nintendo DS, etc.)–it’s a box with a power strip inside, and holes for the ends of the various proprietary cords to poke out. It’s really nice-looking, too (if I do say so myself). It was an easy pr

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Cool touchscreens for home automation


These guys have really cool touchscreens if you have the money and the time to build the ultimate home automation system.

via wagthis!

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Networked Air conditioners with AI and remote controllable using PDA or cell phone


Cool high tech air conditioners…

We’re not exactly sure what gives an air conditioner “artificial intelligence,” but our buds at AVING claim to have found one at the Korea Electronics Show, now underway in Seoul. Haier Korea, the Korean branch of the Chinese manufacturing jack-of-all-trades showed off two models, including the KFRd-72LW/O (“standard type”) and the KFRd-35GW/O (“wall mounted type”). Both come with

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PDA Bluetooth controlled Segway Robot ROVIN

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Here’s PDA Bluetooth controlled Segway Robot ROVIN at a Robot Show in Korea, which also can run by itself and play with kids…

This would be a good platform to get started, except $15,000 is kinda pricey…

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