Make a 3D Mii that actually looks like you, get network television on your big screen from Hulu Plus, a waterproof pocket video camera to take with you anywhere, syncing your social media contacts with your address book and an Android app for great moments in geek history.
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With the new Nintendo 3DS you'll be able to make a Mii that actually looks something like you, using the front-facing camera.
Want to take your pocket video camera into rough (and wet) environments? Check out the GE DV1: It's waterproof and shockproof.
If you have real-world contact info for the people in your social media life, Rainmaker can help the two worlds unite, with its syncing through Google Contacts.
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There's a geeky reason to celebrate just about every day, and now there's an Android app to prove it. Today in Geek History will help you know whether to celebrate the anniversary of Star Trek or the dead parrot sketch from Monty Python. Wouldn't want to get them confused!