Trimble Outdoors has launched an outdoor GPS Navigation for Android-powered devices.
Google may have an app Store. Don’t quote me on that. On second thought, quote me. An app store for Google sounds like a good idea. Speaking of unconfirmed news, check out this potential Zune Phone to possibly be revealed at MWC.
This is a concept phone called the Orion by Nokia, and it is made for gaming.
For those of you who want a mouse that is one metal ball, check out the OreObject SPHEREtouch.
The TH-WR700 headphones from TDK use Kleer wireless tech instead of the usual Bluetooth.
Windows Mobile 6.5.3 has shown up for the first time on Sony Ericsson’s Aspen phone.
Like Sega games and have an iPhone? This is the Ultimate Genesis Collection Sega emulator.
Speaking of Sega, it will be back this summer with Sega Zone, a Nintendo emulator console for old school Sega gamers.
Here is the AcuTouch 9500, which gives a personalized massage with an iPod Touch or iPhone controller.
Nokia N97 and N97 Mini users should know that upgrades are available.
Imogen Heap had an interesting outfit to wear at the Grammy awards. It allowed her to Twitter and receive photos. Check it out.
This concept player is known as Mu Space. It converts from music player to pillow.
Olympus has two new cameras that are quite tough: the Stylus Tough-8010 and Stylus Tough-6020.
Speaking of new cameras, Fujifilm is introducing a new J-series ultracompact point-and-shoots.
If you’re like me, then you like the show Lost. The last season starts today, and you can own the entire series come this summer.
This display monitor by NEC, the MultiSync PA241W is one full color TV.
VZ Navigator 5.0 launched today.
Garmin has launched the Nuvi 1860 Nav unit, just in case people still want single Navigation units.