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Like Gillian McKeith staggering out of the jungle, Crave has left behind the cocoon of Christmas holidays to bring you news of the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder from CES.
Not only does Samsung's HMX-Q10 seem to offer decent specs for the money, it can flip over for left-handed use.
Sony's Google TV remote is spotted, Windows 7 slates will be out in time for holiday shopping, and a special magnet can turn a righty into a lefty.
While this week brought more than its share of shoes news, plenty of other gadget happenings went down while we were busy indulging our foot fetish.
Along with a redesign of the iMac, MacBook, and Mac Mini, Apple today also unveiled its new Magic Mouse, a departure from the underwhelming Mighty Mouse Wireless that flew beneath the consumer radar back in 2006.
It's not the first guitar tab application for iPhone, but its import capabilities and on-screen fingering assistance make it one of the most sophisticated.
Southpaw-only model isn't just another ambidextrous product.
iPhone app Bang!Bang! brings sights and sounds of simulated firearms to the iPhone.
Apparently, there are people out there who get very upset that all the MacBook's ports are on the left-hand side.
Taking a look at another handy tool to open packages. It comes in a box that you can open without any tools, which is a good start.