Monthly Archives: September 2010

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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...

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motorMOUTH II Plug And Play Bluetooth Handsfree For Your Car

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motorMOUTH II by Scosche Industries plus into your car’s MP3/AUX input, tap the multifunction button to activate pairing mode and you’re ready to go.  Dialing straight from the handset can be done, or you can press the multifunction button again and use voice dialing. This plug and play Bluetooth handsfree...

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Sharp Galapagos E-Reader Set To Evolve Into Tablet

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Sharp’s announcement of two e-readers for the Japanese market comes packaged with clever wordage about going from a focus on one-time sales of hardware, to a more customer oriented device that evolves through continuously updating software. It will need to make all that and more come true if it wants...

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Shweeb’s Google Supported Monorail Myth Busted

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It’s been two years since Google announced the 10^100 project, which was meant to pair up millions in funds with world-changing ideas. This Friday saw five winners being announced, and that is five out of 150,000 submissions. The strange thing is that among the five is a proposition by a...

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Motorola Oasis Headset Makes For Comfortable Bluetooth

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With the accent set firmly on comfortable wearability, Motorola launches the Oasis, its newest Bluetooth headset. With almost no setup required from a first-time user, Motorola designed an audio walkthrough that helps you configure the device with, hopefully, no need for using the manual. On the back of the Oasis...

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Iron Man Suit Closer To Reality With Combat Exoskeleton 2 (video)

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The XOS 2,  successor to the first generation combat Exoskeleton, moves faster, packs lighter, can sustain more damage and consumes a lot less energy than its predecessor. Dr. Fraser M Smith, Vice President of Raytheon, the company behind the Exoskeleton, says that the XOS 2 is all about lowering power...

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Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headphones Review

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Let’s shop for some headphones together. Our headphones are going to be for a PC gamer who prefers the best quality audio they can afford. The requirements for such a headphone are pretty general, right? Modern games use voice chat pretty heavily, so it needs a microphone. No problem, there...

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Table Tennis Trainer Makes You Semi-Pro

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If you have the spare time and you want to catapult your table tennis game miles ahead of anything your friends have seen, this ping pong robot going by the name of Table Tennis Trainer will shoot countless balls your way right in the comfort of your own home. Choose...