Monthly Archives: February 2006

Cell Phone with 432 Hour Standby Time


How would you like a phone that you’d have to charge two, maybe three times a month? I know I would given the 2-3 standby time on my S710. Aving News is reporting that the Haier V280 supports up to 18 days of standby time. Not the most feature laden...

Medical Info On a USB Drive


With no software needed, and works with almost any OS, the MedicTag USB keychain is a quick and simply way to carry all your medical info. Just plug into a Windows based machine via USB port and fill out the included form using MS Word. Although it won’t serve as...

MacAlly FMCup Car Wonder


Not too long ago we featured a 3 in 1 MP3 player (charger, FM transmitter, and player). Now Macally has their own version for the iPod called the FMCup, which includes 4 rubberized spring loaded mounts allowing it to slip comfortably into most standard or oversized cup holders. Plugs into...

Samsung SyncMasterMagic CX719TD


The Samsung SyncMasterMagic CX719TD features a 17″ LCD screen that doubles as a touchscreen surface. The entire surface uses an electromagnetic field that allows input via a stylus (the same technology used in TabletPC’s). The SyncMasterMagic CX719TD is currently only available on the Korean B2B market. via Akihabara News...

Pinnacle PCTV USB Stick


Digital TV tuners for computers ain’t nothing new. However, the new Pinnacle PCTV USB Stick looks likes a pretty slick package. The tiny PCTV USB Stick plugs right into your USB port with no additional cables. The PCTV USB Stick also ships with an external attena and remote control. Pinnacle...

Radar Watch


Is a binary watch not nerdy enough for you? Need a little something extra to turn off the ladies? Then check out the Radar Watch at ThinkGeek. The Radar Watch features your standard analog display as well as a silly radar on the left. The radar screen shows an airplane...

Keychain Touchless IR Thermometer


Ever just want to know the temperature of the surface area of some random object? Me neither. But just in case you did, ThinkGeek offers up a Touchless IR Thermometer. This keychain-sized gadget lets you check the surface temperature of an object at the touch of a button. It works...

Kosher Cell Phones


The Inquirer is reporting that a cell phone manufacture in Israel may drop the pork and shell fish from its diet and go Kosher. Not sure what would make the phones ‘Kosher’ but theory is that removing Internet and Text message (fear of SPAM) services should accomplish this religious feat....

CellStick Provides Quick and Easy Phone Backup


There’s no doubt that it totally blows to manually enter you phone book’s contents into your cell. Even worse is when you go through this pain staking task and then lose your phone. Most phones these days sport Bluetooth or a USB interface enabling home base hook up, but for...

Remote Controlled Spy Plane that Can Drop Messages


The X-Plane is no ordinary remote controlled air plane. Probably threatening national security in some form, the X-plane can covertly snap digital photos as it cruises over head, and can even deploy a “harmless plastic bomb, a tiny storm trooper with parachute and even includes a paper aeroplane, that will...

Sony confirms possible PlayStation 3 delay


Shortly after analyst firm Merrill Lynch announced a possible PS3 delay, Sony confirmed the rumors yesterday by announcing a possible PlayStation 3 delay. Sony still said they plan a spring PS3 release date, but that the release date could be pushed back if the copy-protection technology used by Blu-ray discs...

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