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The Daily Engadget: Engadget Gets a Redesign, Palm Pixi Drops to $25

The Daily Engadget: Engadget Gets a Redesign, AT&T Fights Back Against Verizon
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 (or, at least, what we think is tops). For more details on any of these stories, click on the Engadget links in each story below.

Engadget Gets a Redesign
Tired of the old standard Engadget design? It's gone, and it's been replaced by something a little fresher and something we think you'll like a little more.

Palm Pixi Drops to $25
Palm's lightweight version of the Pre just got a lot cheaper, dropping to a mere $25. It's a very attractive offering, and costs what it should have in the first place.



Next-Gen Flip Video May Feature Wi-Fi
A few years ago, the portable Flip Video recorder wowed the world with its simplicity, but now looks like it'll be getting slightly more sophisticated. The company has been bought by Cisco, who is rumored to be instilling its networking might in a Flip with Wi-Fi.

Remote Control Needs No Batteries
The smarter a remote is, the more batteries it seems to use. And even if you're using rechargeable ones, that can be a pain. We'd say this prototype from NEC, though, is the smartest remote of all, needing no batteries and drawing its power from the act of pressing the button, itself.

Rhianna Kitchen Scale Is Part-Scale, Part-Dock, No Rhianna
A good diet requires precise portions. A kitchen scale will do, but who wants a boring ol' device like that cluttering up their counter tops? This one doubles as an iPod dock -- just because.

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