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'Buddha phone' launches, plays Nirvana

A single tap of the phone's dedicated lotus-leaf button will load a private, customizable, animated altar. The idea is to let Buddhists perform their dedications and rituals conveniently when away from home.

By May. 27, 2009

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Photos: Japanese 'Buddha phone' launches, plays Nirvana

The phone for Asian Buddhists: Odin 99. In addition to having a built-in altar for worship on the go, it's got... hell, what else do you need?

7 Images May. 26, 2009

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Crave: A moment of Zen with the Buddha phone

It's everything from the Crave blog with Brian Tong and guest hostess Bonnie Cha. This week they gab about a new futuristic ride, USB bling bling, the Nokia N95 8GB, a Buddha phone, and an Allen Iverson Zune to stay away from.

Apr. 27, 2008

Article

Crave: A Moment of Zen with the Buddha Phone

It's everything from the Crave blog with Brian Tong and guest hostess Bonnie Cha. This week they gab about a new futuristic ride, USB bling bling, the Nokia N95 8GB, a Buddha phone, and an Allen Iverson Zune to stay away from

By Apr. 24, 2008

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My encounter with the 'Buddha phone'

If you can put up with its hideous keypad design and tacky 24k-gold plating, you can put up with anything.

By Apr. 23, 2008

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A 'Buddha phone' for serenity now

It even has a jade-like scroll button.

By Apr. 17, 2008

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Google Street View driver arrested by Thai villagers

Residents of Sa-eab village in northern Thailand are suspicious of a Street View driver's intentions. So, they make a citizen's arrest.

By Aug. 15, 2013

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Sonic Wallets scream, moo, hurl insults when opened

The humble wallet gets an audio upgrade with a sound chip that makes noises ranging from obnoxious screams to choruses of angelic voices.

By Feb. 12, 2013

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Steve Jobs' Atari memo sells for $27,500

The Apple founder's penned plans for improvements to a World Cup Soccer game sells for more than expected.

By Jun. 15, 2012

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The sad self-obsession surrounding NASA's Kepler-22b discovery

Isn't there something faintly sad about the discovery of a planet whose temperature of 72 degrees automatically leading to the idea that it's "another Earth?"

By Dec. 5, 2011