Daily Archives: June 17, 2010

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AR.Drone Launch Date And Price Announced


It’s been almost 6 months since we heard anything from Parrot regarding their AR.Drone, but today word is born.  The AR.Drone will go on sale this September and cost $299.  Adding insult to injury (it seems a tad expensive) you’ll need to drop $2.99 for their augmented reality app games. ...

Samsung Captivate

Samsung Captivate Heading Towards AT&T


Today, AT&T confirmed that they’ll be selling Samsung’s Captivate, a Galaxy S smartphone.  It’s an Android 2.1 device and sports a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen and a 1 GHz Samsung Hummingbird Application Processor.  Other features include a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video, media player, 3.5mm headphone jack, 16GB of built-in...

Baladeo Pocket Cutlery Set

Baladeo Pocket Knife Includes Spoon And Fork, Finally


Swiss Army Knives are cool, but for decades have lacked two essential tools to complete the job: a fork and spoon.  Enter the Baladeo Pocket Cutlery Set.  It comes complete with removable – you guessed it – fork and spoon.  It also includes a corkscrew, knife, bottle opener, screwdriver and...

Logitech Revue

Logitech Google TV Box Called Revue


I’ve got mixed feelings about everything Google, but if you’re cool with putting all your media, calls and more in one place than you might be happy to hear that Logitech’s companion box to Google TV will be called Revue.  In case you missed it, they (as in Google) has...

Droid X Verizon

DROID X Officially Appears On Verizon’s Site


Just this past Sunday we saw leaked pics of Verizon’s DROID X.  Today, the carrier got official with the handset and posted it on their website.  The 4.3-inch screen is a definite go and they’re laying claiming to a 720p resolution, which seems a bit of a stretch.  But hey,...


This Vinyl/CD Hybrid Keeps Your Music Hip


Musician Jeff Mills has created this cool Vinyl/CD hybrid disc for his new album, which he’s making available in limited quantities for $35. One side houses a 5-inch vinyl pressing, the other has a standard CD. While it definitely works on most record players, I’m foreseeing some size issues with...


The R2D2 Lunchbox Concept Must Become Reality


I can’t believe this R2D2 lunchbox is just a concept. I mean, look at it. I can imagine people bringing this to work or school, whipping out a sandwhich and everyone gasping in awe.  And you just know that if ThinkGeek would start producing these, every Star Wars fan will...


Lenovo Gets Their First 3D Laptop With The IdeaPad Y560d


Lenovo has joined the ranks of other notebook manufacturers with their first 3D laptop offering. The IdeaPad Y560d has a 15.6-inch screen with a special coating from a company called TriDef that works in conjunction with polarized glasses to produce a 3D effect. Unfortunately, 3D Bluray support is a no-go...


Toshiba Announces The World’s First 128GB NAND Flash Memory


Toshiba has unveiled the world’s first 128GB NAND Flash Memory, constructed out of older 16GB modules compressed together. They measure only 7×22×1.4mm in size — now that’s small. There’s a 64GB version, too, if you don’t need that much storage. Should we expect iPhone 4 128GB editions soon? Not until next...


Sony’s New Vaio Y & Z Series Turn Into Portable Hotspots


Sony is looking to bring their own sort of tethering to their notebooks with the new “Share My Connection” option on their Vaio Y & Vaio Z series. It allows up to five users in the US to share broadband from their laptops. The 3G will be provided by Verizon via...