Sony unveils Crystal White PlayStation Vita, limited digital diva edition

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Remember that line-up of colorful consoles we eyed back at TGS? One of eight of those mock-ups is about to become a reality, at least in Japan. On June 28th, color conscious gamers will be able to pick up a WiFi or 3G Crystal White PlayStation Vita for ¥24,980 and ¥29,980, respectively (that’s about $312 and $375 if you’re counting in greenbacks). If the absence of color is a bit too bland for you, a limited edition Hatsune Miku handheld will hit shelves two months later, commanding a ¥10,000 ($125) premium for the privilege of plastering Sega’s digital diva on your Vita’s rear touch panel. On the plus side, Vocoloid’s poster girl packs a 4GB memory card and a copy of Next Hatsune Miku: Project Diva to offset the limited edition’s larger sticker price. No word yet when or if these Vita variants will hit the western world, but we’ll let you now if we hear anything. Until then? Try to satiate yourself with the video after the break.

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15 Ways to Make Yourself a Better Computer User [Productivity]

You know what the slowest part of your computer is, the one that really holds you back? You. Our friends at Laptop Mag are here to teach you how to overclock yourself, including how much time you’ll save—down to the second. More »


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Could iPhohnes Kill the Mouse?

A Gartner analyst predicts that touchscreen interfaces in the iPhone, Microsoft Surface and elsewhere may spell the end of the ubiquitous mouse….

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Hands-on with Edgewater’s WiFi3

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Edgewater may not be a familiar name for even the most tech savvy, but its WiFi3 chipset is poised to propel the wireless industry beyond the limits of traditional access point tech. Aiming to leap past the low power solutions provided by the likes of Cisco, the company’s developed a proprietary standard that delivers multiple channels per radio — three channels over 2.4GHz in the showfloor demo — versus the typical single channel currently employed. The chipset’s not necessarily an end consumer product as it’s intended for use by carriers, enterprise and ISPs, but it does stand to clear up the clutter when network congestion gets unwieldy. Check out our galleries below for a closer look at the outfit’s next gen step in wireless infrastructure.

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Hands-on with Edgewater’s WiFi3 originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 07 May 2012 21:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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HDTVs Get More Interesting

This year, 3D is taking a backseat. Upcoming developments in television are more varied, and offer a lot more mainstream appeal.

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We’re live from CTIA 2012!

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The International CTIA Wireless show is a magnificent showcase of the best in the mobile industry every spring, and we’ve got a full team of editors ready to scour the show floor in the hopes of finding some precious gems. Unlike last year, we won’t expect the show to be mired by news of major acquisitions, but we’re still anxious to see what goodies await us here in New Orleans. Are you as excited as us? Stay tuned right here for the latest and greatest!

Tip: check out our CTIA Wireless 2012 event hub and our CTIAwireless2012 tag for all of the action.

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Samsung Galaxy S III: Everything You Need to Know

Here’s the scoop on what Samsung didn’t discuss at the launch party of the next hot Android phone.

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Gadget vendors must realize smartphones can do so much via tethering, Bluetooth

Our smartphones are getting ahead of us. Not in the sense that their features exceed our understanding (though that’s often the case), but in the way the rest of our devices haven’t caught up to their capabilities. Over the past few years, the smartphone has become a polymath of gadgets. It downl…


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Hacked websites target Android for the first time

Analysts with Lookout Mobile Security have found websites that have been hacked to deliver malicious software to devices running Android, an apparent new attack vector crafted for the mobile operating system.

The style of attack is known as a drive-by download and is common on the desktop: When someone visits a hacked website, malware can transparently infect the computer if it doesn’t have up-to-date patches.

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