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Splitfish swims to the 360

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Splitfish swims to the 360

The Splitfish controllers have always been something I’ve quite enjoyed. I felt they incorporated the best elements of both Analog and Mouse controls. With the recent release of the Splitfish Shark, we saw the Frag FX transform into a perfect companion for any PS3, PC, or Mac gamer. However, I’ve always wished for 360 support. That all changes today.

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Keyport – A Geek’s Swiss Army Knife [Gadget Review]

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Keyport – A Geek’s Swiss Army Knife [Gadget Review]

I like to think of this gadget as the Swiss Army knife for geeks. But, instead of originating in Switzerland, the Keyport’s origin is in Nevada. Also, instead of a knife, it houses your keys and the optional USB flash drive, LED light, and bottle opener.

The Keyport was made by Josh Downes. “An avid motorcyclist, Josh could never leave his motorcycle key attached to his keychain or the keys would flail around noisily in the wind and scratch the bike’s handlebars. Therefore, he either had to keep it separate from his other keys or he had to take it off the keychain each time he went for a ride, and neither option seemed like a good solution.”

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iPad 2: Now With More Indestructibility!

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iPad 2: Now With More Indestructibility!

When something as shiny and precious as the iPad 2 is released, many will go to great lengths to keep it in pristine condition.  Leave it to the folks at G-Form to create an iPad 2 case keeps the device within completely unharmed, even when run over by a car.

So now when our computer overlords finally take over, they’ll be completely indestructible.

Check out the video below.

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U.S. Navy Turns to Gamers For Help

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U.S. Navy Turns to Gamers For Help

In a surprising move reminiscent of Orson Scott Card’s famous sci-fi novel Ender’s Game, the Office of Naval Research has revealed that it will begin using a video game to help develop new security strategies. This month they’ll be rolling out MMOWGLI – Massively Multiplayer Online Wargame Game Leveraging the Internet.

The goal is to bring together thousands of players that could provide new perspectives, distinct from military minds alone. In fact, 7000 people have already signed up for this simulation game, where they will work together to respond to a series of made-up geopolitical situations.

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New Evidence Implicates Anonymous in Sony Hack

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New Evidence Implicates Anonymous in Sony Hack

Two weeks into the PlayStation Network outage, new information has surfaced about the possible nature of the hack that forced Sony to bring the network down in the first place.  Responding to a Congressional inquiry regarding the attack, Sony revealed that the hackers left behind a file specifically linking the job to hacker collective Anonymous.

Having been the target of Anon in the past due to their litigation against PlayStation 3 jailbreaker George Hotz, both Sony and the internet were quick to blame Anon, as their prior actions and the timing of the hack seemed to fit.  But is that really the case?

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The PiXEL – Ep. 006 – PSN Network Outage

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The PiXEL – Ep. 006 – PSN Network Outage

Episode 6 is up! It’s very Sony-heavy as far as news goes, but it also includes important details on how to win free stuff from us! Check it out on our YouTube channel, and don’t forget to comment and subscribe!

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Cisco Discontinues Flip Cameras

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Cisco Discontinues Flip Cameras

Remember those handy little pocket-sized, one-handed Flip brand video cameras? They could record in HD, were super easy to use (heck, my mom has one!), and were way more portable than a regular camcorder. Oh, they’re still around?

Not anymore. Cisco, the corporation that owns the Flip brand name, has decided to discontinue the line, citing a desire to focus on their other four business points – core routing, switching and services; collaboration; architectures; and video. They also hope to expand their Home Networking line to achieve greater profitability.

[Marketwire]