Ghostwire is the latest video game produced by A Different Game. The lead game designer of Ghostwire said the game allows us to enhance the integrated real-world experience with the use of the DSi’s camera, microphone and touch screen.

Nintendo DSi game Ghostwire

The gamers will feel like using the DSi to vanquish and hunting down the ghost around our place of existence. It sounds fun abit spooky.

[via Crunchgear]

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We decided to sum up some of the best solar gadgets we knew of that either have been designed for or are compatible with the iPhone (2G and 3G) / iPod Touch. We know solar gadgets are very popular these days especially among those who are cautious about being eco-friendly, the environmnet and of course the often talked about CO2 emission. We managed to put into this list five solar gadgets, we did think there

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Abit more Nintendo related news this morning, the official trailer of Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars for Nintendo DS has been released, check it out:

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This year’s Mobile World Congress hasn’t been a massive event for Nokia, but they have now unveiled the next and upcoming N-Series flagship. The new Nokia N86 is a slider phone featuring an 8 megapixal camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, autofocus, fast mechanical shutter that should reduce motion blur and a dual-LED flash. Importantly, photos can be geotagged due to the integrated GPS. It also has a 8GB internal memory with a TV-out and a microSD slot. It has a numeric keypad with t9ers, good news for txters. Other highlights of the Symbian S60 phone include a 2.6-inch, scratch-resistant OLED display, stereo Bluetooth support, Wi-Fi, e-mail support, an FM transmitter, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Overall, it is a nice and easy to use phone. Check out our gallery for more pictures of this phone.


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The concept of dream iPhone Pro

On December 31, 2008, in Cell Phones, Featured, by SSC

The concept of this dream iPhone Pro is not from Apple MacWorld 2009, in fact, it originates from Giz reader Mat Brady. It is hopefully something that we do expect to see coming from Apple in the future.

For those who have used iPhone will know it offers excellent features, however, it’s not perfect. It doesn’t have a good enough camera, it lacks a proper physical keyboard and the storage is not enough for some users – this is exactly where iPhone Pro comes in!


Gizmodo thought the concept from Mat’s iPhone Elite is great but could be better by modifying the keyboard, for example, adding a  direction pad and two buttons like the Nintendo DS. Therefore, this is an iPhone with a high quality camera, a front camera for iChat, video capability, 60GB storage and lastly a slide-out keyboard with a D-pad.

[via Gizmodo]

You will have heard of the news that Nintendo, like Sony is updating its popular handheld gaming device but with very little changes to its physical appearance. The new Nintendo DS will be called the Nintendo DSi, I suppose the most obvious feature is a slightly larger screen along with a 3 megapixel camera along with a proper SD memory card slot, other hidden features include audio enhancements including the functionality to listen to mp3s.

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From what we previously gathered from Nintendo UK, the DSi is now available first in Japan with a retail price tag of 18,900.00 JPY which converts to about £120 pounds. As for other countries, we will need to wait til 2009, so unfortunately, it will be very unlikely that you will see one of these under your Christmas tree (unless of course, if you pop around eBay, but it costs alot more!).

Check out this video I just came across, not only is the Nintendo DS Lite used, but also as you will see in the remake video:

  1. A midi controller
  2. A theremin
  3. A papier-mâché helmet complete with LED display!

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