Apparently only known to be available in Japan, this Game Boy iPhone case once put on turns your iPhone into a look alike Nintendo Game Boy. Those of you who enjoyed the iGameBoy free iPhone theme we posted a couple of months ago will definitely enjoy this. Though the buttons aren’t real and the plastic of this iPhone case does give it a shiny reflection, there’s nothing more fun than using it to play a prank on some of your geek friends
Remember the really cool MacBook logo LCD mod done by Eddie (EdsJunk)? Eddie has now unveiled how he did it, in fact, he has now revealed a tutorial to doing it in the comfort of your own home, though you will need to have bought a small LCD monitor / screen and some solder to do this mod. This could be an excellent DIY project for this weekend for anyone who was interested in incising their MacBooks
Check out the tutorial at Eddie’s website here…
Hey Nintendo fans, check out the video after the break. Brian from Kotaku takes it easy on unboxing his new Nintendo DSi (US version). Using just one hand did take him a bit longer than expected but if you’re looking to get the latest DSi or trade in your old console and take advantage of the offer, this video gives you a pretty good idea of what to expect!
Skype application for iPhone is official! As it was rumored earlier in the week, its now official and available for download absolutely free on iTunes, App Store now. As with the desktop IM software, Skype to Skype calls will be free and you’d also be able to chat with your contacts and friends using this app. As you would expect it does require access to a WiFi network though. The audio quality is good even through using WiFi which has been a problem with some non-Skype apps providing Skype support. The iPhone version of Skype supports VoIP service, chatting, incoming conference calls but its a shame you won’t be able to initate outgoing conference calls.
More pictures and news on Skype for BlackBerry users after the jump…
LG is increasing the buzz on its 13.4mm thick GD900 handset ahead of the upcoming CTIA Wireless Show 2009. The GD900 which you will recall was first shown at the MWC 2009, Barcelona. Its been said that this time, the 7.2 HSPDA slider with world’s first transparent glass (not plastic folks!) keypad will be functional, running LG’s new S-Class UI on the three inch display. GD900 features a vibrational haptic feedback and the transparent keypad seems to double as a touch-sensitive mouse pad. The GD900 will be available in Europe and Asia in May.
Though we don’t exactly know how this geeky hacker did it and some of you may find it rather unecessary. It appears that the Sony PSP makes a nice secondary PC status monitor in this hack. Displaying your PCs memory, CPU, CPU temperature status, etc. So for anyone who has a PSP and can’t afford yet to get a second monitor for the PC, this could be worthwhile doing Another shot after the break.