Monthly Archives: June 2006

Pocket Sized Projector that is Cell Phone Ready

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Not too long ago we saw a phone with a built-in projector. Well, if you don’t want to upgrade your handset and still obtain similar functionality, then you’re in luck. The Explay projector, still in testing, is a “matchbox sized” projector and hooks directly to your cell. Supposedly, Explay has...

Google Checkout Arrives Tomorrow

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After much rumor, Google will finally release its payment service tomorrow. Long rumored to be a “Google Wallet” and to be a Pay Pal killer, the new Google product, called Google Checkout, will actually be a processing system for any willing to participate merchant. The official URL will be Checkout.google.com....

High End Router for $5, just share your Internet

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How does a consumer level WiFi router for $5 sound? If you’re willing to share your Internet connection for 12 months then you got yourself a deal. A company called FON, which has supposedly raised $21.7 million in capital from the likes of Skype and Google founders, plans to subsidize...

USB Fan Shirt

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Wanna look like the State Puff Marshmallow Man, but keep your pits cool? Pick up one of these fan shirts. Plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter, USB, and also runs on AA batteries for true mobility. USB Air Conditioned Shirt [Everything USB]...

Parvus Launches WL 1000 Wrist Computer

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Parvus has finally launched their wrist wearable computer. The Linux or Windows CE based machine – depending on user preference we assume – will operate over GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi. The WL 1000 also sports a 3.5″ QVGA touch screen, 11 key touchpad, and is powered by an AU 1100...

Switchblade: Shape Shifting Plane

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By 2007 we might see (probably hear) a blueprint of the first unmanned plane that can attack its enemy at super sonic speeds. The Switchblade will be designed by Northrop Grumman and funded by a US government $10.3 mSwithbladehe Swithblade is named for it wings that ‘swivel around 60 degrees’...