Daily Archives: March 4, 2008

Bang and Olufsen Intros Soundstage Audio A4 Avant

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Bang and Olufsen unveiled its newest Soundstage car stereo setup for the Audi Avant A4 today. Through True Image Digital Signal Processing they’ve managed to turn 2 channels into a virtual 7.1 surround sound experience. Utilizing a microphone placed between the driver and shotgun seats, the system adjusts volume and...

Forget Blu-ray and DVD, Rent Movies On A Flash Drive

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Called Portomedia, the start up plans to offer movies via a proprietary USB flash drive and reader, with a supposed ultra fast download/upload speed (95 Mbps). To obtain movies – you can either rent or buy – you must visit one of the company’s touch screen kiosks that’ll be found...

Cool Retro Landline Phones In The Digital Age

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The Colombo One and Colombo Two are purely an aesthetic play on the classic phone. Inspired by Italian designer Joe Colombo, the phones come in two styles (upright or laying down) and are available in 3 different colors: white, black; ‘Bobby Trolley Green’ for the One and ‘Special Orange’ for...

EVDO USB Modem With MicroSD Slot

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Sierra Wireless introduced what the company claims as the smallest EVDO USB modem on the market today, the Compass USB 597. Included in the tiny package is a microSD slot, which should allow the device to do double duty as a USB memory stick. Compatible with EVDO Rev O and...

Under-Door Viewing Kit Makes You Spy Worthy

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There’s nothing better than a little old fashioned spying. The Under-Door Remote Viewing kit slips under most 1/4″ doors and provides a 55 degree view (left and right) of the hidden action within a 15 degree line of site (think tunnel vision). Optional accessories include an infrared attachment and video...

Auto Locking Computer Proximity Sensor

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If you often fall victim to coworker computer harassment (aka they IM your girlfriend and say utterly unbelievable things) then remember to lock your computer when you leave your desk.  The TF2000 Proximity sensor does all the heavy lifting  remembering for you by automatically locking your computer when you walk...

Real World Ray Gun (video)

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I caught this on 60 Minutes Sunday night. The Ray Gun is the real deal as you’ll see depicted in this 60 minutes piece (this version has been edited for online). The ray gun penetrates 1/64 of an inch of your body – just below your skin and leaves no...