Daily Archives: September 18, 2008

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Lexar’s Eye-Fi Powered Wi-Fi SD Card


Lexar released the Eye-Fi powered Wi-Fi SD card. It’s the same as the Eye-Fi Share but with the Lexar label. Simply plug this into any digital camera and turn it into a wi-fi enabled device. Now you can take pictures and copy them directly to your networked storage without plugging...


Asus Rolls Out An 80s Concept: AiGuru SV1 Videophone


Anyone else remember when ‘video calling’ was the wave of the future, in the the 80s? I recall people trying to solve the whole bandwidth, streaming, caching problem and then poof, cell phones eclipsed the video phone concept. Obviously, that didn’t stop Asus from building the AiGuru SV1 Videophone, though. ...


Shuttle D10 Desktop Computer Sports Built-in 7-inch LCD

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This isn’t the first time, and no doubt the last time we’ll see a desktop computer with a built-in LCD.  Sure, the built-in monitor’s application is pretty limited, but it might give you that warm and fuzzy 80s feeling from the days of huge ass portable TVs, remember those?  I...

Video: HTC Touch HD Shows Serious Legs

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[GR]eisadEADpwk[/GR] No way in hell am I giving up my iPhone, but the HTC Touch HD is probably enough to change a few peoples’ minds, especially in light of the 480×800 screen. The froggies at Generation Phone got one and it looks ultra tasty. They’ve also managed to compare it...


Starpex Guitar For Guitar Hero & Rock Band Now Available


Guitar Hero and Rock Band’s flimsy plastic guitars have limited mileage, especially if there’s booze and beer involved.  Enter the Starpex Guitar for Rock Band and Guitar Hero on the PS3 and PS2.  It’s crafted from wood with a high gloss finish and manufactured by a ‘leading guitar manufacture’, so...


Nintendo DS Hacked To Control Camera


Wireless might be a better, make that a more reasonable option, but if you’ve got some hacking skills you’d do what this guy did: hack a Nintendo DS to act as a remote viewer and controller for a Digital SLR camera. Not only did he have to jimmy rig the...


Sonic Lighter iPhone App


Whose says 99 cents don’ t buy squat!  For that exact same price, not a penny more, Smule has released the Sonic Lighter app for the iPhone.  Taking advantage of the iPhone mic and speakers, users can ignite adjacent Sonic Lighters or blow out the flame.  They’ve also added a...