Not much info is available on the PSP-S310 Digital TV tuner except that the device will be available when the Sony PSP Slim goes on sale in September 20th 2007. It will retail for $58. The unit comes with an extendable antenna and is the same size as the Sony PSP camera unit. Unfortunately, the gadget will work only in Japan, because it is the only place where you can get One-Seg terrestrial digital broadcasts.
Someone managed to get World of Warcraft running on an Apple iPhone. He is using a program called Telekenesis. Watch the video for more details.
He’s using a program called Telekinesis that basically streams video from your laptop through your iPhone, and it’s not like the game was ported to it specifically, but we sincerely hope gaming on the iPhone will eventually look pretty much nothing like this.
ChrisTek and Epixx have released iPSP, which is an Apple iPhone interface for the Sony PSP. The program replaces the default “media crossbar” with a simplified iPhone menu and adds several of the usual applications including calendar, instant messaging, web browser, and mail… and you don’t have to pay someone to unlock these features. You can download the software for free, so you can save some money (but you still won’t be able to save yourself from the iPhone hype). Check out the video of the iPSP in action after the break.
Some dudes behind Modd3d have managed to overclock a Nintendo DS Lite. Parts needed include a GBAccelerator DS overclocking chip, 30 AWG kynar wire-wrap wire, and a low-wattage, fine-tipped soldering iron. Watch the video demonstration after the jump to get more details.