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The Daily Engadget: iPhone 3G S Sold Out, New Dell Smart Phone?

The Daily Engadget: iPhone 3G S Already Sold Out, New Dell Smart Phone Pictured
Our friends over at Engadget obsessively cover everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics, which is why we compile this daily roundup of their top stuff. For more details on any of these stories, click on the Engadget links in each story below.

iPhone 3G S Launch Allocation Sold Out
Hoping to get a new iPhone on June 19th? You'd better hope you already have your pre-order locked in, because according to AT&T, every phone being sold that day is already spoken for.

Dell's Android-Powered Smartphone Revealed?
There has been talk for months about Dell launching a smart phone powered by Google's Android operating system, and now -- thanks to some blurry photography -- Engadget has what could be the world's first image of the long-rumored device.

NES Games Run on Pre
Still on the fence about Palm Pre vs. Apple iPhone? Maybe having a pocket full of Nintendo Entertainment System games at your disposal will sway your opinion.

ASUS 'Seamless Experience' Shows the Future
Wondering what your desk of the future will look like? ASUS thinks will be something like this: Called the 'Seamless Experience,' this intelligent desk shows you all sorts of extraneous information about everything you place upon it. It reminds us of the Microsoft Surface.

GPS Coordinates Result in Destruction of Wrong House
Ever program your GPS navigation system and wind up at the wrong destination? Sure, we all have, but never have we seen these anything like this -- a demolition crew in Georgia recently followed a GPS to the wrong house and destroyed it.

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