Monthly Archives: September 2005

Disney’s Mickey Mix Sticks MP3 Player

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Disney released their ‘cute and cuddley’ version of the Nano – well not quite, but it’s an MP3 player nonetheless. The Disney Mickey Digital Mix Sticks play MP3 and WMA formats and has a capacity that starts at 128MB, and is upgradeable to 1GB via SD/MMC memory card slot. Average...

Sony Ericsson W850 – Sakura

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Sony Ericsson will soon have a new Walkman phone out code named ‘Sakura’. Its model number is W850 and follows in the foot steps of the recently released European W800i. The version displayed here is black, while an earlier/other version floating around on the Internet is white with orange accents...

Sony and SanDisk Reveal Memory Stick Micro

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Break out the magnifying glass because Sony’s Memory stick just got even smaller. Sony has just unveiled an ultra small Memory Stick (stick hardly seems appropriate considering its size) called the Mirco Memory Stick. The new Micro Memory Stick, made in cooperation with SanDisk, measures 15 x 12.5 x 1.2mm...

Dell Discontinues Free Shipping

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Just a little forewarning that Dell has discontinued their door-to-door free shipping. The assumption is that earnings have slowed, and that removing the free shipping will fatten up their margins to slightly compensate. You can still receive free shipping to your post office; that is if you are willing to...

Beer Coaster with the Sixth Sense

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Two students at the University in Saarbruecken in Southwest Germany, have created a coaster that senses when your beer or beverage is ready for a refill. The coaster like device simply measures the weight of the beer and sends a signal to the bartender’s computer once it’s drawing close to...

Solar Powered Sun Trap handbag with interior light

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Rosanna Kilfedder, a 24 year old design student at London’s Brunel University, has invented the world’s first solar powered handbag — The Sun Trap. The handbag turns on an interior light when you unzip the bag to reveal the contents. No more fumbling around for keys in front of the...

Toshiba Gigashot V10 Camcorder

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Toshiba has released its Gigashot V10. The camera looks small (260 grams), but still packs a nice feature set. The Gigashot V10 captures not just video, but also still photos at 5 megapixels. Even better is that there are no damn video tapes to mess with, as everything is captured...

Dell launches high end XPS desktops and laptops

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Dell, known for their low-cost PCs, announced on Wednesday they would be entering the high end market with their new XPS line. Both desktops and laptops will be available in the new sexy, powerful XPS brand. The XPS desktop PCs will ship with dual-core Intel processors, Nvidia graphics cards, hard...

Beheading Recorded on Cell Phone

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Some crazy ass dude showed some poor woman an Iraqi beheading in Glasglow, Scotland. The woman suffered distress as a result, but the man is spending 60 days in prison for his offense. The man had downloaded the clip off the Internet and transferred it to his phone....

Forget Face Lift, Get a Face PLANT

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Remember the movie “Face Off” staring John Travolta and Nicholas Cage? Well if you didn’t see it, they surgically have their faces swapped which at the time seemed, oh a…tad RIDICULOUS! Well guess what? A Cleveland clinic wants to perform a similar procedure. They will interview 5 men and 7...

Google Indexing Their Own Blog Search

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I mentioned this a few days ago, but with further discussion with some folks it made me realize how interesting it is that Google is currently indexing their own Blog Search results. Before I had linked to the page with the results, but with the ever updating Google I decided...