Archive for September 1st, 2014
 
 
 
Home Theater
 

This Is What A $6 Million Home Theater Looks Like

At first glance I thought this home theater had to me a computer fabrication. Not so. In fact, it's all real with more pictures below to tell just how over the top one audiophile went. Although the system is 8.8 channels there ...
 
Cell Phones
 

Samsung SGH-F700 To Join Verizon As The Glyde

What originally started as the Samsung SGH-F700 in Europe has become the Glyde (SGH-U940) for Verizon's network. According to Gadgetell you can expect this touch screen, QWERTY keyboard slider (hence the name) sometime in Q1 20...

 
Displays
 

World’s Largest Display Can Cover An Entire Building Of Any Size (video)

ADTI (yeah, I've never heard of them) announced the Skynet display (I'm thinking "Terminator") today. Made up of thousands, if not millions of LEDs, the display can be wrapped around any building, is light weight, transparent, ...
 
Cell Phones
 

Apple SDK March 6th, 2008

Apple has invited members of the press (I am not prestigious enough yet) to a special event to be held March 6th, 2008 at 10am PST at Apple's Town Hall. Apple didn't beat around the bush on this announcement stating "Please joi...

 
Computers
 

Destructor Gaming Mouse Pad Insures Ultimate Accuracy

I can understand that there are gaming mice, but gaming mouse pads? I guess so. Razor's Destructor gaming pad is composed of a proprietary gun metal coating, which apparently insures a highly reflective surface. They claim that...
 
MP3
 

Creative Zen Stone Plus With Built-in Speaker Now Available

The Zen Stone and Zen Stone Plus (the plus has a screen) with built-in speakers are now shipping in the UK and US. Announced at CES this year, the Zen Stones are tiny little MP3 players with even tinier speakers on the back. Th...

 
Speakers
 

Sony’s Newest Offer, S-Air Speaker, Is Either A Streaming Speaker (Sweet) or A Wireless Speaker (Weak)

Sony announced a barrage of products a few days ago. One of the more notable additions to their line up (at least I think so) was the S-Air Speaker system  that allowed wireless streaming of music into any room (up to 164') fro...