Monthly Archives: May 2010

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Black Kindle Supposedly Spotted In Blurry Picture

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It seems that anonymous pictures are the thing to take this week. CrunchGear’s got their hands on a blurry picture taken in a San Francisco coffee shop, showing a black device that appears to have the same form factor as the Kindle DX. Even with some Blade Runner-esque zooming though,...

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The Next Apple TV: iPhone OS-Based, To Cost $99?

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Engadget’s got a hot tip on what could very well be the next version of the Apple TV. According to an inside source at Apple, the new Apple TV could be described as an “iPhone without the screen,” featuring the same iPhone OS 4 and A4 processor, 16GB flash storage,...

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Samsung i897’s Caught On Camera

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Thanks to the AndroidGuys, we have pics and details on Samsung’s i897, which looks to to be the company’s big effort at an Android handset. The i897 is an Android 2.1 smartphone sporting a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen, a Snapdragon processor, and a 5MP camera. That’s about all we know right,...

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V-Moda Crossfade LP Headphones Keep Vinyl Alive

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Vinyl records are back, didn’t you hear? Well, you can use the V-Moda Crossfade LP Headphones on any device you want — but I think the LP in its name tells you what you should use them for. According to Moda, these are the “world’s most fashion-forward headphone.” I think...

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iPhone Lighting Control For Under $100

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HVAC systems never come cheap and usually require an extensive installation process.  But if you’re anything like me – I just wanna control my lights with my iPhone – than there seems to be no cheaper answer than X10. The setup is semi-simple (their site is a mess).  You buy...

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Gadget Rumor: Project Natal Price And Launch Date

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If you’re like us then you’re sick of hearing about Microsoft’s Project Natal rumored launch dates and price.  Us, being none the wiser though, have decided to post yet another rumor surrounding the motion sensing video game add-on. According to an Edge trusted source, the Natal – an official name...

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Back To The Future II Hoverboard Comes To Life (video)

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The best part about Back to the Future II was the Hoverboard.  While totally viable from a technological standpoint no one had bothered to produce an actual prototype, until now. French designer Nils Guadagnin version looks to be to spec of the movie version complete with a pink, 80s rad...

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The Saturator Is An Automatic AK47 Water Gun

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File this under “Totally awesome.” The Saturator (what an apt name) is a fully motorized battery powered water assault weapon. Shooting with one finger at a a rate of four ‘water bullets’ per second, the Saturator can shoot 250 ‘water bullets’ a minute at up to twenty feet away, no...

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Buddy Radio Concept Tweets Your Grandmother’s Mood

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This is a concept that, while initially odd-sounding, could prove really beneficial. The Buddy Radio is an alarm clock for seniors that, while styled like a million old-fashioned clocks before it, updates family members about the person’s well-being via social networks like Facebook and Twitter. The UK’s Sidekick Studios came...