Verizon Wireless’ UMW190 is a global USB modem that’ll provide 3G internet around the world with dual-band CDMA/Tri-Band UMTS/HSPA and quad-band GSM/GRPS/EDGE.
We don’t understand a lick of Japanese, but anime fans should be excited over this CGI-laden Space Cruiser Yamato trailer; due out 12/12 in Japan, it’s been 26 years since the last film.
Both Logitech’s Squeezebox Radio and Touch use Wi-Fi to stream music from iTunes and internet radio; the former measures just 5″x9″x5″ while the latter sports a 4.3″ touch screen.
Easily one of the most beautifully tuned Ferraris, Novitec Rosso’s 599 GTB gets a 40 hp bump, pushing its 6.0L V12 to 660 hp; also: a retuned ECU, and quad-pipe sport exhaust.
With a stunning 3-4 month power reserve, Christian Bedat’s RED8 line of watches is the ultimate in premium customization: pick from 39 colors for the bezel, case, and more.
Online musicians Sam Tsui and Kurt Schneider team up for this Michael Jackson Medley, which uses creative CG to turn a two-man band into a seven-member a capella group.
Known for their affordability, portability and premium sound, Sennheiser’s foldable headphones get upgraded: the PX 100-II and 200-II boast better build quality and a 1.2m cable.
Dead Space: Extraction’s devs give us the lowdown: bolder colors and silhouettes highlight its focus on action, while vanishing enemies and environments keep you off guard.
Cappel’s Newcastle Jacket is both the slope and city-friendly, with a suit-like cut and gray denim outer; it sports Thinsulate insulation, body/sleeve vents and a removable hood.
It’s the largest Porsche ever, but still plenty fast: crafted by Porsche Design, the RFF135 is a 135 ft. catamaran that can hit 35 knots thanks to 4,600 hp twin V16 turbodiesels.
An artsy name with an even artsier design, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Pureness is a minimalist cellphone with a twist: a transparent monochrome LCD that’s viewable from both sides.
Created by Mexico-based Cru de Ladies, Mundo de Papel (“Paper World”) envisions a a life of college-ruled margins; it was made in 2 weeks using 3DS Max, After Effects, and Photoshop.
iPod Touch it is not, but Creative’s ZEN X-Fi2 is no slouch: it packs a 3″ touchscreen, 8-32 GB memory, TV-out, multiple audio/video formats, speakers, mic, FM radio and SD card.
Above is the first full trailer for X-Men: Gifted motion comic, penned by Joss Whedon and illustrated by Captain America’s John Cassaday; it’ll be available on iTunes October 28.
Extensive exterior changes trumpet Porsche’s Europe-only 911 Sport Classic, limited to just 250 cars; it also gets a boost to 403 hp, carbon ceramic brakes and 19″ Fuchs-style wheels.
Sennheiser packs a 1-2-3 punch three wireless headphones: the RS 160, 170 and 180 feature lossless Kleer transmission tech, up to 100 meters range and 18-21k Hz response.
Geek Stuff 4 U complements its NES case with an equally geeky Pac-Man Card Case; available in two styles, or pick goes to Type I for emulating an sit-down style arcade cabinet.
Premiering in select locations starting 10/7, Yes Men Fix The World is our kind of movie: the Yes Men are pranksters that inject honesty into political and business spin machines.
A smaller and lighter version of the N97, Nokia’s N97 Mini sacrifices memory (it maxes out at 8 GB vs 32 GB), but otherwise keeps a 3.2″ tilt-touch screen with QWERTY and 5 MP camera.
Nike’s Terminator His go denim with a Selvage edition; the devil’s really in the details here, with multi-color contrast stitching and brown Nike emblem for a slick handcrafted look.
No word on North American availability, but HTC’s Touch2 is official with a 2.8″ touch screen, WinMo 6.5, 528 MHz CPU, HSPA/WCDMA, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm audio jack, and 3.2 MP camera.
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