Monthly Archives: January 2006

Motorola SLVR 7 Released on Cingular


Motorola and Cingular released the SLVR 7 today. If you remember, we featured a review of the SLVR sans iTunes from Mobile Review back in October. This time PC Magazine has taken a quick look at the designer phone, and boy am I already disappointed. The SLVR is touted as...

Spy Phone – Eavesdrop on Your Guests


The Telespy Motion Detector Telephone Alarm may not foil a robbery, but it sure will expedite the divorce paper work. Activated by heat changes in the room due to an occupant’s movement, the Telespy Phone rings a programmed number and allows you to eavesdrop for 30 seconds via an amplified...

Automatic CD Ripping


So you have a collection of CDs, you wanna rip them to your computer, but you don’t wanna stick around inserting disc after disc into the drive. Whatta you do? You can always opt for the cheap labor (i.e. little brother), or pick up Disc Maker’s Pico CD/DVD Duplicator and...

Another Portable, but Retro Looking Digital TV/PMP


The Tube ND100 may look retro, but this little PMP device can receive a DMB signal, supports touch screen control, has a video out, and supports SD/MMC memory cards. According to DAPReview the Tube like protrusion on its rear can be removed, and may in fact be an add on...

XBox 360 Software Update


Microsoft has released the first XBox 360 Software Update. The next time you connect to XBox Live, your XBox should automatically download the update. What can you expect from the January 2006 System Update? Look for all this excitement: Improvements to the Xbox Guide. Option to retain your saved games...

Cheap GPS Recorder/Tracker


The Track Stick looks like it could be a great alternative to the $600 SMS World Tracker we saw last week. Only difference is that this little guy works by recording GPS location to its internal memory via 24 satellites at preset intervals. Once the device has been retrieved, its...

Print Images on a Real Live Flower


The flower printer should enable you to score serious brownie points on holidays, birthdays – you name it – with that special someone, year after year. The device actually prints images on to real live flowers without damage. Comes with 5 Bottles of Preparing Oil, Gallery Book, Software CD, 1...

Click Counting Mouse


I think I have seen this before, but this mouse tallies total clicks on its hard blue plastic surface. Looks like it is USB 2.0, wireless, and sports a transparent click pad that may or may not emit a cool blue glowing hue (hard to tell from the pics). Via...

Levitating Hover Scooter by Hammacher Schlemmer


Hammacher Schlemmer has released the first levitating hover scooter. The Levitating Hover Scooter hovers just a few inches above the ground and travels at up to 15 MPH. The scooter will be able to travel on any solid ground and even go up inclines. The personal hovercraft will travel up...

Pink Commuter Shirt for iPod and credit cards


Pink, the high end shirt maker, is introducing a shirt designed for the commuter, cleverly named, the Commuter. Just what makes the Commuter just so commuter friendly? Well Pink has loaded up the shirt with a few new high tech features: Concealed Front Pocket – for the iPod as well...

Dual Faced Rotary Watch


Skipping from London to NYC means a good ol’ change of the watch time. Sure you can sport a digital watch that supports multiple time zones, but personally I wouldn’t get caught dead with one of those on, unless it was in some sort of trendy binary format. To avoid...

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