Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue SR2 Watch Announced

We have featured quite a few geeky watches here at Geeky Gadgets over the years, the latest one is from the guys over at Tokyoflash, the Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue SR2 watch.

The Tokyflash Kisai Rogue SR2 is a re-release of the original Rogue watch and it features a colored hybride LCD/LED design, and the time is displayed by a circle of connecting blocks.

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Android Honeycomb 3.2 Coming Soon

Yesterday Huawei announced their new MediaPad tablet, and also announced that it would come with Android 3.2, this was the first we had heard about Honeycomb 3.2 and now we have some more details on the latest version of Google’s mobile and tablet operating system.

Android Honeycomb 3.2 will come with a range of new features, including support for multiple display sizes including 7 inch tablets, and it will also offer support for Qualcomm processors as well as NVIDIA Tegra 2 processors.

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Nintendo: 3DS’s Biggest Problems Behind It

Settle down, now, it’s not getting a price cut. Nintendo is just doing that whole “controlling the conversation” thing it’s famous for. As are Sony and Microsoft for that matter. Along with most corporations on the planet. Hold on, we got sidetracked there for a minute. Ah yes, the 3DS apparently had two big-time hurdles to clear.

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Microsoft Porting Zune Apps To WP7

Say what you will about the Zune in general, from the brown first-gen hardware to the doomed WiFi sharing gimmick, but the Zune HD was some decent hardware coupled with some really polished apps. And as such, it was a fitting swan song for an entertainment device that arrived just as smartphones and tablets came into their own as  entertainment devices to end them all. Microsoft, however, is intent on salvaging whatever it can from the experiment.

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Purported Nokia N9 Lankku Shots Surface

What seem to be the the first  shots of Nokia’s first MeeGo-powered device in the wild (quite a few firsts there, Nokia) have slipped out into the open, revealing that Nokia intends to be pretty consistent in its chosen design direction and… not much else. Unless you count smudged fingerprints as groundbreaking news.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Clears FCC with AT&T 3G Support

Today is the big day that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 hits retail shelves nationwide for you to pick up. If you are holding out for a 3G packing version of the tablet, your wait may not be a long one. A new version of the Tab 10.1 has landed at the FCC. The new version is running 3G hardware that supports the AT&T spectrum.

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The Cicadiddae Is The Alarm Clock Of Your Nightmares

So go thank your grandpappy it’s just a concept. Designed by Jongwoo Choi, the Cicadiddae has quite  a monstrous intention. While other alarm clocks just buzz noisily, creating enough aural disturbance to pry you from dreamland, the Cicadiddae comes with a Bluetooth dongle that can be plugged on other audio devices. Why?

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Tiny Tim Booklight Is Really Really Tiny

Can’t stress that enough—as in just 5 inches ‘tall’. It can fit in your pocket and be clipped somewhere, like the edge of a book. Of course, the Tiny Tim begs the question why bother with a reading light when most ereaders have backlit screens? Keep in mind what makes Tiny Tim attractive is the novelty. That, and it reminds people of Luxo, the Pixar mascot.

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