Daily Archives: January 27, 2011

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Ricoh CX5 Takes Autofocus Times To A New Level

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Yesterday, Ricoh announced their all new CX5, an updated version to the CX4.  Behind the lens is a high resolution 10 megapixel sensor and a newly improved 28-300mm lens that speeds up autofocus times to as little as .2 seconds, half the time of its predecessor. Ricoh is boasting a...

Navigon Car Kit

Navigon Directs People To Macworld To See Their $50 iPhone Car Kit

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While it ain’t a ground breaking piece of kit, Navigon’s just announced iPhone car kit has a certain allure other manufacturers haven’t been able to achieve.  We’re essentially referring to the arm that mounts the device to the windshield – it just looks like it’s dripping in high end Euro design. But what ‘s really...

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Isabelle Hayeur “Fire With Fire?” Installation

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Isabelle Hayeur’s video installation is made out of three rather giant giant screen playing three separate videos of fire starting and growing, and then extinguishing itself over a 15 minute continuous loop. Located at 112 West Hastings Street in Vancouver, this seemingly anti-social project, bound to get some passerby hearts...

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Apple Reveals Verizon iPhone Plans

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Apple’s online store went down, then back up again, surprisingly – with details of the options that will be available for future Verizon iPhone customers. Then, a while later, they removed the details. To no avail, of course, since in the meantime they were saved and discussed everywhere. The 16GB...

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Sony’s NGP (PSP3) Handheld Heavy On The Tech

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Wow, the NGP is to the PSP what Tarzan is to Jane, speaking in strict terms of horsepower, and without all the hidden jungle sex. With multiple touchpads, four times the resolution and dual analog sticks, you’d expect it to race past any other handheld, and it will – considering...

Gorilla Glass, Hard To Break Intentionally

Gorilla Glass, Hard To Break Intentionally

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[GR]XyFbA7-JgGw[/GR] Low key as it may be in the world of consumer tech, the glass we use in any of our gadgets isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, we’ll be using more and more, especially with the proliferation of touchscreen technology. Yet glass as a surface is surprisingly easy...

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First Look: Samsung Galaxy Tablet (update)

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[GR]IOL74OKyFrY[/GR] Update: Check out our Samsung Galaxy Tablet review. It’s the year of the tablet. There’s no doubt about it. After CES and the horde of tablet announcements, netbooks can kiss their collective asses goodbye. There’s a new low-end computing device in town. Though realistically, we’ve had multi-touch tablets for...