Daily Archives: August 19, 2008

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Deus Ex Exoskeleton Motorcycle In Action (video)

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Remember that crazy looking 3 wheeled motorcycle that what more exoskeleton than vehicle? Looks like someone did a video mockup and through in some off beat noises like a dog barking. The video is a little ‘dark’ mood wise, but the idea of getting around on something like this looks...

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Intel Officially Announces Solid State Hard Drives

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Intel made their SSDs, or solid state drives official at the Developer’s Forum in SF today. They’ll come in two form factors, 1.8 and 2.5-inches, and they’ll depend on Multi Level Cell NAND memory. The addition of the SSDs is said to improve system performance since it can access information...

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Nike Plus Screenshot Leakage

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Nike and Apple are super brands – no doubt about that.  Hence why they partnered up a few years ago, well, plus the iPod is synonymous with working out.  Here’s a screen shot of the upcoming Nike Plus app for the iPhone and Touch. I wonder if it will work...

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Lunocet High-Speed Swimming Device

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By: Albert S The Lunocet is a high speed swimming “fin” that turns you into a honest to goodness man-dolphin. Strap on the revolutionary device and torpedo through the waters at speeds in excess of 7mph, generating bursts powerful enough to catapult you into the open air. Flipper has nothing...

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Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station Review

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By: Albert S Wired.com has a review of the Kensington docking station. It’s a nifty device that connects all your USB devices, including monitor, wirelessly to your WUSB-enabled laptop. So instead of plugging in your laptop to a docking station (which can be a pain if not aligned correctly) and...

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Google’s Android OS Video Tour

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By: Albert S Android OS has been a hot topic as of late. So what is it and what’s all the hoopla surrounding it, you ask? Basically, it’s an operating system for mobile phones based on Linux and developed by Google. The thing that makes it so special is that...