Sony Ericsson has launched two new Bluetooth headsets – the VH110 and VH410. The two devices are made entirely from recycled plastic and covered in water based paint, and will join the GreenHeart range of devices.

They are the first products to be launched under Sony’s Extras Talk category. Both headsets offer 10 hours talktime and 350 hours standby. The VH110 measures 22.7 x 18.7 x 49.0 and weighs 9.5 grams. The VH410 measures 25.2 x 18.0 x 50.4 and weighs 11.6 grams.

The VH110 comes in black while the VH410 will be available in black, red and silver.

There is no news on the pricing yet. However, the VH110 is expected to carry an affordable price tag. The VH410 which comes with added features of noise cancellation and the ability to be paired with two handsets simultaneously will be priced higher.

They will be available in stores from August this year.


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The filings – put in under the alias of Sand Dollar Enterprise, the same one used when the company filed for the 250Gb PS3 Slim just after the announcement of Slim at GamesCom last August – are for hardware codenamed CECH-2101A and CECH-2101B.

There is no new HDD added, as well as nothing new added to the wireless specs of the console, which is currently 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth.

I wonder why they had to report to the FCC if they aren’t bringing anything new to the table? Well time will tell if we see something new or not.

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Can’t put down your new phone while playing your PS3? Well now you don’t have to. A new hack has come out for the Nokia N900 to turn it into a controller for your PS3. The hack in question is in fact a new application currently still being improved and is in its early stages. Its known as BlueMaemo Bluetooth emulator and allows the N900 to mimic bluetooth devices.

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Call of Duty: World at War game developer Treyarch and publisher Activision have announced a new iPhone game, based on the Zombies gameplay mode from COD: WaW, is now available.

Details from Activision:
“Call of Duty: World at War: ZOMBIES offers both single player and the game’s highly-addictive co-op gameplay experience in full 3-D, allowing up to four players to join a game via Wi-Fi, locally or across the Internet, and up to two players via Bluetooth, all on the go!”

You can look foward to new maps as time goes on.

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While Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X1 won’t give you the full James Bond experience with it’s nifty car features, it will make some of it a reality.

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