Monthly Archives: October 2005

New Motorola RAZR

- - 2 Comments discovered that PSPUpdates got their paws on the rumored new Motorola RAZR. Apparently, the phone will feature an updated camera, 1.3 megapixels, sport an SD memory card slot, and an improved keypad. The new Motorola RAZR is apparently slightly larger in size when compared to its predecessor. As I4U...

Logitech G15 Review by Everythingsub

- - 11 Comments has a gamer’s review of Logitech’s G15 backlit keyboard. It looks like they were pretty impressed with the G15’s design and ‘gaming’ like durability. They found that the keyboard’s blue back light made easy viewing of the keys, but were disappointed with the wrist rest. Even cooler is the...

Gadgets make you walk this way


Finnish scientists have developed a new anti-theft device for laptops, mobile phones, and other gadgets your carry with you. The new anti-theft device? It’s along the lines of bio-identification… it’s how you walk. Thumb prints are out. The gadget monitors the user’s walking style the first time it’s used. Subsequent...

Nintendo DS Gets a Virus


That’s right. Just like the PSP, someone has designed a virus for the Nintendo DS. Purportedly the virus makes the Nintendo DS as useful as a ‘paperweight’. The virus, DSBrick, is disguised as a Hentai viewer, but instead flashes part of the firmware and makes the device inoperable. Fortunately, the...

Faster WiFi Standard


‘G’ is for Gone, and ‘N’ is for Now – at least in the case of the new WiFi standard due out in 2007. Toshiba, Broadcom, Intel, Cisco and portable computer makers Lenovo, and Sony Corp announced that they will jointly develop a new WiFi standard. The new WiFi will...

PEZMP3 Player – Yes the Candy


Sink your teeth into this sweet player. We don’t know how real this is, but apparently there is a PEZ MP3 player out and about. In case you don’t remember, PEZ are those little chokable candies that are dispensed from, well, a novelty dispenser – the head of the dispenser...

Memorex USB flash drive with LCD display


Today Memorex announces its newest USB 2.0 flash drive with TravelDrive ID technology. Just what is TravelDrive ID technology? It’s a 13 character customizable LCD. Just like we were able to label CDs and disks, we’re now able to label flash drives thanks to this innovative little idea. Alright, so...

Archos AV500 PVP Preview


With all the Apple iPod Video hoopla, it only seemed fitting to focus on yet another PVP. The Archos AV500, first found at and featured on CNET, is a formidable PVP offering a 30GB and 100GB version ($500 and $700 respectively). Much like the iPod Video, video playback time...

Apple Remote and Universal Dock


Along with all the wonderfully cool products that Apple unleashed this morning, they also included an Apple Universal Dock and Remote. The Apple remote works with the Universal Dock and your iMac G5’s Front Row software. With a click of the Remote’s buttons you bring up Front Row’s interface and...

Toshiba Creates Smart Vibrator


Researchers from Toshiba’s Japan division have developed a cell phone feature that increases or decreases vibration intensity depending on the device’s proximity to the user (think pocket here people). The technology, featured in a flip phone, works by measuring the amount of pressure, or tightness, on the flip phone’s lid....

Google Security Flaw


Google recently fixed a security flaw on its site that would have allowed hackers to perform ID thefts. The problem was fixed within 36 hours of notification by an Israeli company called Finjan....

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