The creator describes it as the smallest portable Nintendo N64 in the world… here is the 64 Boy!

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Transform your SNES controller into a wireless controller (connecting to your PC via Bluetooth) by integrating the MSI BGP100 controller’s components. Here is the original mod from Bacteria.

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You may or may not remember The Most Useless Machine ever invented which was inspired by ‘The Ultimate Machine’ (by Marvin Minsky and Claude Shannon), well here you have it in LEGO form. Just as useless, but so much more geek-like…

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An iPhone 4G/HD prototype has leaked again after Gizmodo first revealed one a few days ago. You can view the photos and two videos of this new iPhone model in Mai Guyen’s Vietnamese website.

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GameReactor has just discovered what could well be the complete Games Line Up that will be announced during the E3 2010 next June, which includes (among others) the long awaited ‘Grand Theft Auto 5‘ which will be named ‘Vice City 2‘…

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After Left 4 Dead and Unreal Tournament 3 in multi-player modes, it is now World Of Warcraft’s turn (WOW for the addicts…) to be played with the Nintendo WiiMote and the Mac OS-X software DarwiinRemote.

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As promised, the Geek who presented us his modified NES Super Advantage Joystick controlling a Xbox 360 has now finished his project. The missing buttons and the activity LED were added as well as the rechargeable internal battery. P.S. SNES and WII compatible devices are a work in progress…

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Personally I find them pretty convincing (clearer than most of the ones we’ve seen so far…) but I will let you make your own opinion about these 2 new pictures of the new iPhone V3 2009

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Here is a new video demo of the game controller iJoyPad for iPhone/iPod Touch that I already showed you in November 2008 this time tested with the iPhone 3Gs. Wipeout XL and Ridge Racer are emulated on the iPhone 3Gs using the last version of psx4iPhone.

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It seems that some cunning hackers have yet again accessed the admin panel of the Microblogging website, Twitter and have taken some screenshots of the various screens they found.

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