Daily Archives: December 16, 2008


Gadget Leak: Lenovo Android Phone & Some Specs


When you mention 'Lenovo' it conjures up images of laptops, not cell phones. Not until now, that is. Lenovo is set to enter the smartphone market (in China) with an all touchscreen handset running Google's Android OS. All we know right now is that it sports a...


SoariPod Isn’t Painful But High Flying


No one wants to hold their iPod Touch through a 2 hour movie. So hence the SoariPod, which utilizes a vinyl coated clip (I assume the vinyl prevents scratching) to attach to a variety of surfaces. It's bendable neck design is reminiscent of the Gorilla Pod, which might...

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Gadget Review: Swann IP-3G Newtork ConnectCam 1000


Every once in a while I’ll request something to review that I can’t fully evaluate because I am a MAC owner. When I request products I just assume that they will work for a MAC because MAC’s are the best! At any rate, I am here to review, to the...


iPhone 3G Unlocked By Hackers


Rejoice all you non-AT&T people, the iPhone 3G has been unlocked by a team of hackers known as the Dev-Team. Codenamed "Yellowsnow" aka "you have been officially pissed on, Apple", this hack allows the phone to be used on any other supported network a la T-Mobile....


Gadget Rumor: Sony PSP-4000 In Late 2009, Followed By PSP2?


The Sony PSP-4000 is reportedly coming in late 2009. The current update, the PSP-3000, has an improved LCD screen, built-in microphone and a PS button so I'd expect only an incremental update on the 4000. Perhaps a slightly larger screen, reduced form factor, and improved battery life? We'll see....


J.S Bach iPod


Dig classical music?  Then you’ll probably love this deal from online classical download store Passionato.  It’s a 120GB iPod Classic jammed packed with the classical works of J.S Bach, 175 hours worth.  Stupidly they’ve encoded it at 128KB, which will surely result in some sour faces, but fear not, for...


Car Finger Print Reader Promises Safety & Security


Two Chinese students have invented a device that might mean ‘giving the finger’ before you even start your car.  Zhao Wencai and Li Zhoumu, from China’s University of Geoscience, have built a finger print reader that doubles as a blood alcohol detector.  It’s purely a prototype, but it works by...


Leaked Swivel Phone Is Not The Palm Roteo

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Mystery solved!  What mystery?  Remember that mysterious swivel phone that wreaked of Palm?  Well, it’s not, at least according to the guy who snapped the photo.  Apparently this pic was taken back in June of this year at Computex 2008.  The phone, which is actually a MID (check the size...