[ Direct Link to Video ]By Evan AckermanAs cool as the Optimus keyboard is, it’s still just a keyboard, with fixed keys that sit there, looking pretty and waiting to be pressed. The Siftables prototype (not concept, prototype) takes all the best parts of the Optimus keyboard (namely, the programmable OLED keys) and frees them [...]
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A new rumor that the Apple TV could sport DVR features in the future appeared driven by new surfaced patent applications from Apple. Currently the Apple TV does not have tuner to receive broadcast TV, but that could be easily added. On the other hand at...
By Andrew LiszewskiMost bluetooth car kits are designed to let you operate your cellphone without having to use your hands, but the BLUETOUCH also provides the option of using a large touch screen instead. While it might seem a bit redundant, the touch screen buttons on the BLUETOUCH display are considerably larger than what you’ll [...]
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LLC's Vana VA6420-Si Advanced Extender device will soon boast Blu-ray movie playback capability, allowing the owner and family to enjoy movies in full 1080p resolution via DVI and HDMI interfaces. LLC used to offer both HD DVD and Blu-ray playback, but since the format war's dust has settled, they are now more confident of pushing Blu-ray players forward to the consumers - the only stumbling block would still be the price as well as relative contentment among home movie buffs that current upscaled DVDs are able to do their job just fine.
There is no iPhone in Japan at this point in time, but I seriously doubt that the Japanese are weeping over that fact. Not when your country has cell phones like the Sharp 921SH Fullface2! Folks in Japan will be able to touch, tap and shake the Fullface2 when it comes to different aspects of navigation, making it follow the iPhone somewhat in certain areas. Other up-to-date features include a 3.2 megapixel sensor, a microSD memory card slot (maximum of 4GB) and a 1Seg TV tuner. No idea how many yen this will cost, but it ought to cause the pocket to cringe a fair bit.
The Simkey Simcard Backup is a device that backs up your mobile SIM card, ensuring you don't have to send the annoying "Excuse me, may I know who just called/messaged me? I've lost my phone and all the contact details within" message to anyone who calls you. In addition to performing backups of your SIM card, the Simkey also doubles up as a micro PDA. Unfortunately, it will be all in monochrome glory so you can forget about having a Palm-like experience. The Simkey Simcard Backup retails for $12.95.
The only thing about the Edirol that makes it qualify to remain in the 21st century is this - MP3 playback capability. Other than that, the design is surely a huge turn off considering how we consumers have been enjoying far higher standards for quite some time already. Features include :-
Back in November 2007 we reported that Asus is planning to expand the Asus EEE line also with Desktop PCs. One of these was actually on display at the CeBIT 2008. The Asus EP20 has the size and also some similarity to the already announced Asus Nova ...
Big boys' toys are oftentimes uber-expensive, as with the case of this Blazing Angels simulator that resembles a cockpit from the World War II era. It adds a dash of realism with fake bullet holes in the fuselage, and comes with a 42" high definition LCD TV, rumble seating, 5.1 Digital Dolby Surround Sound audio for a greater level of immersion, and a price tag that goes up as high as the plane's altitude - $9,475 to be exact. Now that's not exactly chump change for most of us.