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Way down on the Gizmondo

So the Gizmondo finally saw its official North American release yesterday. It hasn't exactly been a success in the UK, where it was introduced back in March, and if Associated Press writer Matt Slagle's review is any indication it's not going to tear it up over here, either. Slagle doesn't...

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The Engadget & Joystiq Interview: Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto

If there's one sure way to a reduce me to the ten-year-old Nintendo fanboy I once was, that's to offer me a chance to kick it with Shigeru Miyamoto, the man who created Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bros., and Legend of Zelda and in the process (nearly) single-handedly transformed the video game industry...

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PSP subway maps from around the world

Links to PSP formatted subway maps for other cities around the world have been dribbling in since Thursday's story about that PSP NYC subway map, so we figured we'd post a few of them up. Let us know if there any others out there and we'll add them to the list. Read - Barcelona ...

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iTunes 5.0 for PSP?

Dude, if you thought those screenshots of a Pocket PC Phone running a Windows Mobile version of iTunes looked fradulent, you're definitely not going to be feeling these pics of a PSP running iTunes 5.0 that have turned up. It's especially hard to believe that Apple and Sony would get...

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Xbox 360 region locked for games and DVDs

We can sort of deal with them region locking the DVD player — we've already got plenty of workarounds for that sort of thing — but it's been confirmed that Microsoft has decided to be predictably lame and region lock their new Xbox 360 console for games, too, just like they did...

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HP and Verizon teaming up on EV-DO

Well, you can add HP to the growing number of PC makers that are hooking up with Verizon Wireless to put EV-DO into their laptops (see Lenovo and Dell). They don't get too specific about whether or not we might also see an EV-DO-enabled iPAQ Mobile Messenger, but HP did confirm that they'll...

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Xbox 360: The most hack-proof console ever?

Going out of your way to boast about how hack-proof your next product is going to be is probably the only surefire way to get an army of hackers on your ass, but Xbox engineer Chris Satchell declared in an interview with BBC News that the Xbox 360 is going to have levels of security, "that...

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November 25th is Xbox 360 Day

We'd originally heard something or other about Microsoft launching the Xbox 360 on November 4th or maybe November 22nd, but now IGN reports that the next-gen console is all set to drop on November 25th, aka the day after Thanksgiving aka Black Friday aka the busiest shopping day of the year...

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Nintendo to reveal the Revolution Controller next month?

SPOnG can be a little irregular in the credibility department, but they're "confirming" with "100% certainty" that Nintendo is finally going to unveil the Revolution's much-speculated-upon controller, as well as show off several different games running on the next-gen console, at next...

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PSP v2.0 is here

Yep, it's here: we're getting reports from all over that the North American version of the PSP's new 2.0 firmware upgrade has arrived. At least if you're using Network Update, that is. The upgrade is still not available for download via Sony's PlayStation Portable site, but odds are it'll...

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