Custom Nintendo 3DS Cases Look Awesome

If you have got yourself one of the new Nintendo 3DS consoles, they you may want to check out these cool custom cases for the Nintendo 3DS, and they are also compatible with the Nintendo DSi and the DS Lite.

These fun custom Nintendo 3DS cases are the work of Whataboutki, and there are lots of different designs to choose from including quite a few Nintendo themed versions, some cool Star Wars ones and many more.

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Super Small Folding Bike Concept

We have featured a number of folding bikes here on Geeky Gadgets over the years but this one created by designers Weiche Wu & Minhan Lin must have the smallest footprint of all when folded up.

Admittedly the concept doesn’t have the largest of wheels so you will need to be carefully if your streets have a few pot holes but for a super simple compact design it wins hands down.

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Steampunk Webcam Made From 1930’s Electric Heater

We have featured a number of different DIY steampunk themed gadgets and gizmo’s here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is this cool steampunk web camera which was made using a 1930’s electric heater.

This cool steampunk web camera is the work of Robert Shuttleworth, from shuttlewerks / ephemera, have a look at the video of it in action below.

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Chrome Email Game Brings Fun To The Task Of Sorting Your Email

If you get a little bored sorting the never ending stream of emails in to your inbox, a new game has been developed to bring a little enjoyment back to the process.

The Email Game has been designed for Chrome and awards you with points for quick  filtering, deleting and replying to messages. When you open a new email a countdown timer starts and you are issued points depending on how you deal with the email. After accumulating enough points you will then level up.

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Motorola Droid Bionic Gets Taken Apart

The Motorola Droid Bionic only went on sale in the US yesterday, as with any new gadget, the guys over at iFixit have managed to get their hands on the new Droid Bionic, and have decided to take it apart to see what was inside.

According to the iFixit guys, the Droid Bionic is one of the easier devices they have taken apart, and all you need is a Torx T5 screwdriver.

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Sprint BlackBery Curve 9350 Delayed Until October

One of RIM’s latest smartphones, the BlackBerry Curve 9350 was due to go on sales with mobile operator Sprint in the US today, now it would appear that the handset has been delayed.

Sprint has announced that the BlackBerry Curve 9350 has now been delayed o  their network and it wont be available until some time in October.

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White Sony PS3 On Its Way To Europe And Australia

Sony’s white PS3 is making it way a little further afield in November and will finally be arriving in both Europe and Australia. The ceramic white PS3 console was launched in the middle of last year in Japan but there is unfortunately still no new when the white PS3 console will be arriving in the US.

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Waterstone’s To Launch eBook Reader In 2012

UK high street book retailer Waterstone’s has announced that the company is working on its own eBook reader which it intends to launch in 2012, and it would appear the companies move is inspired by the success of Barnes & Noble’s Nook eReader range.

The companies Managing Director, James Daunt recently spoke to the BBC, and explained why they want to produce their own eReader.

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Google Launches New Structured Programming Language, Dart

Google has today launched a new programming language called Dart for “structured web programming.” Unfortunately there aren’t many technical details about the new Dart programming language as yet. But the brand-new language will be discussed by tech lead manager Lars Bak and Google software engineer Gilad Bracha at the Goto international software development conference next month on October 10th.

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Nikon To Launch Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera This Year?

A number of manufacturers like Panasonic, Olympus and Sony are already producing mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, and now according to a recent report Nikon are working on a new mirrorless camera, which is expected to launch before the end of the year.

There are no details or specifications as yet on Nikon’s new mirrorless cameras, although they are reported to cost between $900 and $1,300.

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Panasonic Releases AVCCAM Importer Plug-in for Final Cut Pro 7

Panasonic have been promising for some time to release a AVCCAM importer plug-in for Final Cut Pro 7 and this week they have finally sealed the promise with its launch.

If you have been jumping through hoops transferring your video footage from your AVCCAM into Final Cut Pro 7 waiting for the release of the new plug-in. You will be pleased to know the new plug-in now allows you to view and play the files directly using Quicktime in the Finder.

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