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The DS Life is a weekly feature in which we scour the known world for narrative images of Nintendo's handheld and handheld gamers. If you have a photo and a story to match it with, send both to thedslife at dsfanboy dot com.It's easy to tell the work of an amateur photographer from a practiced shut...

September 26th 2007 at 2:00pm 0 Comments
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While places like Australia and Raleigh might be flooding certain areas (or in the Aussie's case, the whole continent) with more energy-efficient light, the US Army is looking to counteract those uber-green intentions by busting out a 7.5-million candlepower strobe floodlight system to be used as a...

February 22nd 2007 at 1:56pm 0 Comments
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Have you ever wondered if your iPod could serve double duty as both a digital audio device and a funky portable strobe light? Me neither. But someone made it happen anyway.mi Lite, from Blue Box is a protective graphic skin that features tiny sensor switches that make your iPod light up and go blink...

October 16th 2006 at 11:00am 0 Comments
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Alright, this project isn't for the faint of heart, but nobody said stopping time would be easy. Instead of boring you with construction details that we don't really understand, we invite you to sit back and marvel at this crazy creation, inspired by such disparate elements as the artwork of Shig...

August 9th 2006 at 8:02am 0 Comments
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Just when you needed one more option to consider when eyeing texting-friendly phones, Kyocera has delivered on "America's largest network".  The Strobe, Alltel's latest offering, manages to stuff a full QWERTY keyboard and a second color screen inside of the candybar-styled device reminiscent o...

July 11th 2006 at 2:30pm 0 Comments
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You might think of this as the polar opposite of the "stealth" ringtone: an e-shop is offering a $60 device for blasting you with a 95-decibel ring (the same as a subway train at 200 feet, we're told) and a flashing strobe light when you receive a call. Now, we can clearly see some valid uses...

July 4th 2006 at 4:08pm 0 Comments