Daily Archives: September 29, 2010

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Copenhagen Wheel Generates Electricity and Crowdsources Maps

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As previously reported by us, the Copenhagen wheel is an invention that turns your bike, without much fuss, into an electric bike that regenerates its own power supplies by capturing braking and pedaling energy. It’s also a smart device, with a real-time sense of its environment and user. It only...

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Sony Ericsson LiveView Puts Desktop Gadgets On Your Wrist

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If book readers have gone physical and tablets have become a product of their own, why not the ubiquitous widget? Sony Ericsson saw it coming and decided to be at the forefront with Sony Live View, which is a wireless, multimedia enabled black square with a 128 x 128 pixel...

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$5,349 Bose Video Wave Is High End Everything

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Bose, the high end audio company, is making a partial switch from elite headphones to premium video systems. The Bose Video Wave, costing a very self conscious $5,349, is made up of four pieces.  A 46 inch LCD TV with 1080p resolution, a console that takes care of ALL your...

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GS2000 Bluetooth Watch Is A Mixed Bunch Of Features

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Watches that have too many functions are annoying. But if you throw in the ability to use a Bluetooth headset to listen to your watches’ FM radio, find out your GPS coordinates and send out an SOS signal to local emergency services, it becomes easier to forgive the rather bulky...

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3D Pocket Camcorder Forgets The Resolution

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This View Camcorder takes a gamble on 3D and claims a world’s first for 3D recording in the pocket size video recorder class. It uses two lenses two record true stereoscopic footage on its single sensor, but in order to handle required maths, it only outputs 640 x 480 video....

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Yamaha’s New HTIB Has Surround Sound For $550

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If you find Yamaha’s other home-theater-in-a-box systems a little too big and loud, but appreciate the attention to sound quality, then their YHT-494 system – with its move to a sound bar design and overall compactness – might be for you. Aside from the sound bar, there’s a subwoofer, two...

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Arkon’s IPM-TAB1 Tablet Stand Is Stylish, Compact and Cheap

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As tablet computer and ebook reader stands go, Arkon’s IPM-TAB1 design is extremely portable. It folds down into a 7” x 1” x 1” bar, and weights just 2.9 oz. If you’ve got a new generation tablet with a webcam, the Arkon stand gives it a more video chat friendly...