Today was all about video games- first we saw Nintendo announce a TV tuner and Opera-based browser for the DS (which may be exposing your children to predators if you're neglectful enough to leave them unattended at public hotspots, according to Philly-based ABC7), then we peeped the fine print on the PlayStation website to discover that the HDD will probably be "sold separately" from the PS3, and finally, we scoped a Japanese news video that features some uncensored and rather candid footage of the DS Lite. Also, don't forget to check out this week's edition of the always-insightful Ross Rubin's "Switched On."
- DS to get TV tuner, Opera-based browser
- UK student's WashDryIron does just that
- Taser's electrifying new XREP shotgun-fired projectile
- LG XNOTE S1 Core Duo laptop with media features
- RFID tags attackable by your cellphone
- Minox DC5011, DC6011 compact digicams
- Proview RX-326 reviewed
- HD DVD and Blu-ray delayed by AACS anti-copy standard
- SavRow Axen X-1 laptop with 19-inch display, dual GPUs
- Games attract stalkers, turn kids into mindless criminals
- HEPA vacuum filters not so hot for allergy sufferers?
- Apple drops OS X 10.4.5 to combat Intel iMac Front Row problem
- Toshiba's keeps analog TV flowing with their new DVD portable
- HTC Hermes appears at 3GSM
- BenQ's new 6 megapixel DC-E600 with "Lens-Eye"
- Pentax's Optio T10, W10, and M10 six megapixel shooters unleashed
- DS Lite Japanese news video online
- New magnetic chips could offer higher speeds at lower power
- Lenovo ThinkVision L201p 20-inch LCD reviewed
- How to control Roomba via USB or Bluetooth