We’ll start with something funny (for a change): the EyePod.
Alltel is offering the BlackBerry Curve 8530.
ISS Astronauts finally have an Internet connection in space.
For those interested in a Windows 7 mobile phone, you might just get it.
Garmin and Asus have the Nuvifone M10, for Taiwan.
See the Sky IM-U560K, Pantech’s latest cell phone.
The Amazon Kindle could have its own App Store in the future.
T-Mobile is lowering its prices on BlackBerry-related products.
You can cover your MacBook, with the BookBook, a MacBook cover that looks like a book. Seriously.
This DIY netbook is the fastest netbook in the world.
Check out this conceptual way of making flavorful food with this Cornucopia.
Speaking of concept devices, check out this concept fridge.
Check out this Boogie Board Reflex LCD, a screen that you can write on, and tech lets you erase it.
This new camera phone from Sony Ericsson, the Vivaz, leaked to the press somehow.
If you want to watch Sundance films on YouTube, you can, for $5.
This is the Security Box for Xbox 360 games and controllers.
This is the Q-Waves Wireless USB A/V Kit, good for wireless hookup.
Here’s a device called the HPEMs, made for stopping a car with an electromagnetic pulse.
Here’s a DIY car mount for your mobile devices.