What was one person?s junk can easily be turned into someone else?s wonderful art piece. By using mostly recycled or re-used materials, artist John T. Unger made these CANtern Luminaries that possess the ability to bring out the primal...
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eCapsule are taking the idea of a memory capsule online. Each site can store photos, voice messages left by phone, text messages and emails. The wedding capsule, for example, has sections for the hen/ stag nights, the honeymoon and the wedding day. You'll also find Birth capsules, Graduation and Life styles. The sites are hosted securely for up to 20 years so that you have a permanent record of all those special memories and communications that normally wouldn't make it into any other keepsake. It's entirely confidential too - only you can access your memories. Purchasing, creating and hosting the eCapsule costs £3
Logitech have launched speakers designed solely for gamers with surround sound matrix technology. If you're using a flat panel monitor with no space for a centre-channel speaker then use the centre-channel clip to attach the speaker to the monitor to save space. The speakers also use Logitech's Frequency Directed Dual Driver technology which produces better sound. And at £69.99, they are quite affordable too.
Product page: Logitech
Have you ever noticed how children seem capable of operating complex electronic devices almost as soon as they leave the womb? (And have you also noticed that starting a sentence with "have you ever noticed" makes one sound painfully like an 80s observational comic?) It's no wonder, with the toys they have out these days. Compared to all their bells and whistles, I practically had a few rocks to bang together as a kid. Take, for example this Little Leaps Grow-with-Me Learning System from Leap Frog, a wireless device that allows your infant child to interact with Leap Frog educational content with a series of buttons and controls. When the child gets a bit older, there's a switch you can flip for more independent, "Toddler" level play. (If only potty training worked similarly, what a wonderful world this would be.) Not only does this apparently help them learning the fundamentals like shapes and colours - but it's bound to make them crackerjack at the latest video games.
Little Leaps Grow-with-Me Learning System (thanks, Debbie, for the tip)
Our review partner Digital Trends reviews the VidaBox RoomMate Media Center PC. Quote from the Review: " VidaBox, a company specializing in Media Center PCs (Aka HTPC), goes after the college crowd with their RoomMate Media Center PC, a sys...
Everyone needs some motivation when confronted with life changing decisions such as changing your diet or starting an exercise routine. Celebs look great, but you have to remember they have a staff that prepares all their meals, schedules their exercise...
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Our new music lifestyle blog Music Fanboy reports about an expensive mp3 player with integrated massager. The Hydro Gel pads are actually working wirelessly in sync. with music. You can place the two massage pads anywhere on your body and enjoy one ...
Bono's Product Red campaign is still going strong, and adding one more red gadget from the Motorola line. Sometime next month, Sprint will start offering the Red RAZR on a CDMA network. The presumably V3m model may be loaded with...
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Philips aims to provide a new experience being bringing the gaming environment into the "real world", while most of the other products to it the other way around. The amBX system does not use hypnotism or any stuff of that sort, relying on good old low-tech solutions like ambient lighting instead. An example would be being trapped on a submarine, where the lights located above the amBX's surround speakers will glow red. Philips even threw in four mini fans that will direct a gust of wind at your where appropriate. Is that Solid Snake in the photo? If it is, you'd better start running as he doesn't look to pleased being ported over to the PC without prior consent from his PlayStation masters.
Looks like LG Philips LCD's record for the world's slimmest TFT LCD display for cellphones in the world has been shattered by Toshiba Corporation within a week, as the latter proudly introduced a 0.9mm mobile TFT LCD prototype at CEATEC 2006 in Japan. This achievement by Toshiba means their TFT LCD display has shed roughly 30% in thickness when compared against LG Philips' offering. Toshiba's truimphant display supports QVGA resolution at 320 x 240 pixels and will probably be included in products using such technology by April 2007. A quick check with LG Philips' LCD section showed that they plan to take a breather for the moment before any attempt to wrest back the crown from Toshiba is attempted.