Monthly Archives: December 2011

Tasty Planet is a fun flash game where you eat everything in sight

So this professor comes up with a new toilet cleaner that works by “eating” the dirt; or so he thinks. That’s how the plot starts for Tasty Planet. You play the role of the toilet cleaner, but you’re not really … Continue reading

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Verizon Galaxy Nexus spills its guts, gets Ice Cream Sandwich all over the floor

What treasures lurk beneath the surface of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus? Well, erm, broadly the same ones that we saw when the HSPA+ version was torn down back in November. Big Red’s version carries a smaller microSIM slot (it’s also … Continue reading

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USB Biofeedback Game Controller lets you play Mario with your guns (video)

Those gun-show tickets you’ve been offering out to everyone (that nobody ever takes) can suddenly do a lot more, thanks to Advancer Technologies. It’s developed an Arduino-based plug-and-play bio-feedback game controller that uses EMG (electromyography) sensors to monitor the electrical … Continue reading

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Ask DLS: Cross-platform multiplayer games that work on Android and iOS

Here’s one for our knowledgeable commenters: I recently bought my girlfriend an iPad. I, on the other hand, own an Android device. And now we’re looking for games we can play using both devices. There’s no dearth of multiplayer games … Continue reading

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Daily Tip: How to set up custom vibration patterns in iOS 5 [Video]

Curious how to set up the new accessibility feature in iOS 5, namely the custom vibration patterns? Custom vibrations patterns let you set up uniquely identifiable series for contacts in your address book — a handy feature to say the … Continue reading

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Listen to the Engadget Mobile Podcast, live at 5PM ET with special guest Ian Hardy!

Mobcast? Yes, yes it is. As usual, we have tons to go over this week in the Mobile Kingdom as it continues its quest for global dominance. And we’ll have another special guest to add some fresh perspective; this week’s … Continue reading

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Minuskull Speakers Sound Spooky

Having literally just finishing the latest Skulduggery Pleasant novel, these spooky speakers caught my eye immediately. The Minuskull speaker system is the work of French designers Kuntzel+Deygas. Available in walnut or black and white piano lacquer, these measure in at 9.25″ … Continue reading

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This Week’s Top Web Comedy Video: Sh*t Girls Say [Video]

What happens when you take one of the funniest accounts on Twitter and reproduce it in video form? A glorious, dragtastic rundown of the shit girls say. If any of this sounds familiar, well, it should. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/sGcOHQfZ8P0/this-weeks-top-web-comedy-video-sht-girls-say Spss … Continue reading

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Install the Windows Phone 7 NoDo update regardless of your carrier

Some of you who own Windows Phone 7 devices are still waiting for your pre-NoDo preparation update — never mind NoDo itself. A few workarounds have been posted, but unfortunately they didn’t work unless your carrier had completed testing and … Continue reading

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Gamers spending more time streaming video to their consoles, Nielsen finds

Nielsen, the purveyor of all things statistical and demographic, published a new study this week on game console usage within the US. According to the report, released on Wednesday, gamers this year spent notably more time streaming video to their … Continue reading

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