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Tech News Roundup - iRiver, So Small It's A Hazard?

Tech News Roundup - iRiver, So Small It's A Hazard?


  • I knew the S10 was small, but nothing can quite prepare you for how small it is. The iRiver S10 is a teeny, tiny choking hazard - Crave
  • As anyone who's managed to get their hands on a Wii will no doubt have already discovered, it's relatively easy to work up a sweat and lose some pounds using Nintendos little white box. Now, the real life activity that's required to succeed at virtual Wii Sports has been picked up on by a personal trainer from Glasgow, Scotland. Personal trainer uses Wii for workouts - Engadget
  • So you're driving along, and you get stuck in traffic, so you whip out your Cario laptop and mount it on your steering wheel. Which locks up your steering wheel and enacts all other kinds of safety precautions intended to prevent you from doing precisely what you just did. Cario: notebook on the go - Shiny Shiny
  • This week's release of the much anticipated one-time Gamecube title, Super Paper Mario, goes relatively uncontested, which is a good thing for multi-platform gamers with a limited budget. First, a gallery of the 2D - 3D gameplay, then the rest of the week's releases after the break. New games this week: Super Paper Mario edition - Joystiq
  • Taipei's system began 15 months ago, but subscriptions have fallen far short of what city, contractor had expected. World's largest wifi having growing pains - SF Gate
  • Princess Lea and R2-D2 figurines make one blogger wonder "Why is Lara Croft with R2D2?" Dr. 90210 the Video Game Girls Please! - Kotaku


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