Monthly Archives: May 2008

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Transforming Wallpaper, Just Add Heat

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I’m pretty sure I don’t need to explain this one in great detail as this is clearly a case of ‘a picture is worth a 1,000 words’ (BTW I don’t believe in 10,000 words).  Using a heat sensitive paint, the imagery on the wall changes.  This is very much like...

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Wearable Motorcycle

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Say what now.  Although this probably won’t be hitting ‘store shelves’ anytime in the foreseeable future, this wearable motorcycle from Yamaha is a small glimpse into the future of transportation.  The Yamaha Deus Ex Machina, a product of transportation student Jake Loniak, is an electric motored 3 wheel machine that...

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Touchscreen Turntables

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Where do people find the time? Invented by a UK student (Scott Hobbs), the dual touchscreen turntables allows you to do a wide variety of cool ass things. Based on the video it looks like he’s integrated a drum machine into the tables and the touchscreen surface shows the waveform...

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View London From New York Via the Telectroscope

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What the hell is a Telectroscope? It’s like a telescope only it’s not. In fact, the Telectroscope dates back the 19th century, or does it? Ok, I’ll come clean. The Telectroscope is in fact a work of art by Paul St. George. The whole thing is in fact a wives...

Sprint Instinct Availability Date Announced

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Sprint said the Samsung Instinct will be available for purchase June 20th, 2008 in both the online and retail channels today. The price is still unknown, but since this has been pegged as Sprint’s iPhone, I’m sure folks will be willing to pay a hefty sum. Related Articles Sprint Instinct...

The iPhone VS The Blackberry Bold

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[GR]Fl7cqFQatP4[/GR] The iPhone Blog did a side-by-side comparison of the Blackberry Bold and iPhone.  According to the iPhone Blog RIM disabled the browser’s full functionality (something to do with a PIN) so they’ve preloaded the web pages in the video.  Funny, I swore RIM leaked the Bold onto Ebay for...

EPOS Digital Pen Review

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By Ian S. Gertler [singlepic=337,460,380,web20,] Let’s face it — we’re living in an electronic — and increasingly mobile — world. While desktops still exist, it’s the “on the go” devices that are gaining market share each day. However, even users that sport the latest laptops (like the new MacBook Air),...

Scandyna Micropod SE Active Speaker Review

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[singlepic=327,460,380,web20,]I think I’ve said it before, but if I didn’t, here it is again: Speakers aren’t easy to review and are in fact extremely subjective. I don’t use any type of technical measurement to see what the Hz range is, or if the signal-to-noise ratio is up to snuff. Nope,...

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Samsung Unveils 82-Inch 2160p (not 1080p) HDTV

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Just when you thought the television had hit it’s peak in picture quality, think again.  Samsung unveiled an 82″ HDTV that displays a resolution of 3820×2160.  To put it in perspective, today’s top of the line consumer HDTVs display a resolution of 1920x1080p.  Samsung also tossed in a RGB LED...

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Samsung Glyde Now Available On Verizon

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Verizon has begun selling the Samsung Glyde (originally announced here).  It’s available directly from Verizon’s online shop for $199.99 with a 2 year contract.  The Glyde, unlike the LG Voyager, offers “True Internet” browsing, V Cast, GPS navigation and a slide out full QWERTY keyboard; there’s also the touch screen...