Daily Archives: June 21, 2010

Mi Sport Waterproof Headphones

Mi-Sport Waterproof Headphones


Swimming is God awful boring; lap after lap.  Toss in some tunes, though, and you might be able to go the extra mile.  The Mi-sport headphones are said to be completely waterproof and include a special set of earplugs that convert them from your standard land setup to fully submersible...


Toshiba’s AC100 Netbook Has Got The Android Touch


At the same conference as the Libretto unveiling, Toshiba showed off an interesting new 10.1-inch netbook, the AC100. The AC100 runs Google’s Android 2.1 OS, a first for Toshiba. The AC100 is a cloud-based netbook — its specs may seem underwhelming at first, but most of your actions on the...


Space Camera Beats Your Phone’s Megapixels By Say, 1,388 Or So


For those feeling pretty cocky about their 14MP cameraphone, check this out: The Pan-STARRS space camera has 1,400 megapixels in a sensor almost sixteen inches long. Run by the PS1 Science Consortium, the camera takes 500 pictures a night (that’s 4TB of data) that study the position of asteroids in space so...


iOS 4 Arrives Today


Apple’s big new system update, the iOS 4, arrives today for the soon to be released iPhone 4, the 3GS, and 3G. Just in case you didn’t know, the iOS 4 brings long-awaited multitasking to the iPhone, along with folder support, the iBooks app, and an improved Mail. Sorry 3G...


The Libretto W100 Is Toshiba’s iPad Rival (video)


Unveiled at Toshiba’s 25th Anniversary celebration of their laptop business this week, the Libretto W100 is an interesting choice for an iPad rival. Its clamshell design and under 2 lbs weight reminds me of a fancier DS, with two touchscreens running Windows 7 that utilize a virtual keyboard for input. There’s...


B&N Unveils WiFi-Only Nook, 3G Price Drop


After rumors and speculation, Barnes & Noble officially confirmed today the release of a WiFi only version of their Nook e-reader. The Nook WiFi comes in at $149, a low price point for the e-reader market, and has all the same specs besides the 3G removal, including the dual displays...