Here’s an iPhone app for those who keep losing their iPhones. It’s called the “Where is my iPhone” app. Just whistle when you lose your iPhone.
Here’s the HT4Sight, some serious mobile surveillance.
Broken Sword is an old-school point-and-click now available for the iPhone.
Players of World of Warcraft might enjoy seeing that the Armory app has been expanded.
Nokia C5 has been leaked, just before Mobile World Congress, too.
Samsung is planning on releasing the First Bada OS phone in March.
The iTunes Preview lets you see what your app looks like before you download it.
Weather Channel has something special for you Android users. Check out what it is here.
Xperia X10 is coming to Vodafone UK.
Samsung might be making some laptops with transparent screens.
Check out the Aircruise, a hydrogen-powered floating cruise ship.
Interaxon allows visitors of the Vancouver Winter Games a chance to control giant light displays with nothing but the power of thought! Read it to believe it.
The Spawn HD-720 allows for controlling console games with a network connected computer.
Check out the Ricoh CX3 compact camera.
The Nikon Coolpix P100 does 1080p video.
Samson Audio has some new in their Expedition series: the XP40iw, the XP308i, and the XP510i.
NEC announces four new projectors in the ViewLight series.
Check out Street Sounds, a navigational map with audio.
Thanks to a certain company known as Eamex, Lithium-ion battery life could be lengthened.
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