Mars Axle Robot Demonstration

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iorgane - the most advanced clone iPhone

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Chinese iphone



iOrgane F1 3.2"LCD Touch Screen Dual SIM Mobile Phone, This phone is the newest version . The iOrgane F1 phone has two sim card slots.

Basic Parameter:

Operating mode GSM900/1800/1900
Main display 3.2" touch flo with multi-touth function
Standard accessories Li-ion battery,Charger,512M T-flash,Plastic housing
Talk time 120-180 mins
Standby time 200-250 hours
Shell color Black
Weight: 107g
Size: 113×59×21mm
Battery: 3.7V, 1200mAH
Sound 64 Polyphonies
Phone book 250
Message SMS/MMS
Language(available): English
Main function Alert clock,memo,calendar,calculater
Additive function World time zone,Area code.
Data application:

Bluetooth
Browser WAP/GPRS
Data cable Support
Extended memory 2G TF(microSD)
MP4 Player
Multi-media entertainment:

MP3 player MP3 with motion control
Video player MP4 with motion control display
Camera 1.3 Mega pixel
FM option
photo display Zoom in and zoom out

What's in package:
iOrgane F1 3.2"LCD Touch Screen Dual SIM Mobile Phone x 1
Lithium rechargeable batteries x 2
Stereo Headsetx 1
2G TF Cardx 1
USB Cable x 1
Charger x 1

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Police Lamborghini

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Beautiful interactive mirror

2008-10-24 0 comments


Conceptualized by Alpay Kasal of Lit Studios and Sam Ewen of Interference Inc. Designed/constructed by Alpay Kasal. This is a patent pending touch capable mirror. The interactive mirror features proximity sensors, gesturing, and both nearfield and farfield infrared. Visit blog.LitStudios.com for more information.

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Bloodhound supersonic car could reach 1,000mph

2008-10-23 0 comments

Bloodhound supersonic car faster than speeding bullet


RAF pilot Andy Green made history in 1997 when he drove the Thrust SSC jet-powered vehicle at 763mph (1,228km/h).

Now he intends to get behind the wheel of a car that is capable of reaching 1,000mph (1,610km/h).

Known as Bloodhound, the new car will be powered by a rocket bolted to a Typhoon-Eurofighter jet engine.

The team-members have been working on the concept for the past 18 months and expect to be ready to make their new record attempt in 2011.

Bloodhound project leader Richard Noble told BBC News: "This is one of the most exciting things you can do on God's Earth; and when you've the opportunity to do it really, really well, with the latest technology, you can't resist the challenge."

Faster than a bullet

The initial studies have illustrated just how grand a challenge it will be.

The 12.8m-long, 6.4-tonne Bloodhound SSC (Super Sonic Car) will be expected to travel faster than a bullet fired from a handgun.

Its 900mm-diameter wheels will spin so fast they will have to be made from a high-grade titanium to prevent them from flying apart.

The car will accelerate from 0-1,050mph (1,690km/h) in just 40 seconds; and at its maximum velocity, the pressure of air bearing down on its carbon fibre and titanium bodywork will exceed 12 tonnes per square metre.

Animation of a British-designed car aiming to break the land speed record





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Basement lambo

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All-in-one device 'Hybrid Dual Portable Computer'

2008-10-22 0 comments
MIU(www.miubit.com) introduced its new wireless IP-based hybrid portable device dubbed 'HDPC (Hybrid Dual Portable Computer)' in Korea market, which is equipped with dual OS(Windows XP/Windows CE 5.0 or Linux Qplus).

Adopting a keyboard of general PC and a 4-inch display with 800x480 resolution, the HDPC supports dual-mode function and wireless internet function. It is the concept that user can make a choice of any type of soft/hard ware according to users' needs.


As the name 'HDPC' signifies, user can converge the stand-alone technologies of existing portable devices such as car PC, navigation, mobile phone, PMP, mp3, UMPC, electronic dictionary, internet phone, PSP, digital camera, voice recorder, mobile IPTV into HDPC.

The HDPC is expected to be available in July 2008, and the price would be between 400,000(KRW) and 500,000(KRW).




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T-Mobile's Android-based G1 goes on sale

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The first cell-phone based on Google Inc.'s Android platform went on sale Tuesday evening in San Francisco ahead of the start of sales across the U.S. today.

T-Mobile USA began offering the G1, made by Taiwan's High-Tech Computer (HTC), at its store on the city's Market Street at 6 p.m. The launch attracted a queue of about 150 people and was headed by Christopher Laddish, a student who had been waiting since 8 a.m. to buy the phone.

"I was sold on it without even having to pick it up," said Laddish, who was wearing a T-shirt given to him by T-Mobile that read "I was the first to get it." He said his current plan with Verizon Wireless was up for renewal on Tuesday and after shopping around he settled on the G1 because he liked products from both Google and HTC.

After a brief countdown as the clock approached 6 p.m. customers were allowed into the store to buy the phone. A few minutes later Laddish, with a large smile on his face, was surrounded by photographers and TV cameras who were there to document the start of sales.

The G1 costs $180 with a two-year service agreement and mail-in rebate. The phone without a service plan costs $400.

It has a 3.2-inch touchscreen display that slides away from the main body of the phone to expose a QWERTY keyboard. That puts it into competition with other smart phones like the Blackberry and Apple Inc.'s popular iPhone.






"I've been reading a lot about the phone for the last couple of weeks and I'm not really a big fan of the iPhone touch screen," said Chijioke Amah, who was also queuing up to buy the G1. "That's probably what made me not that interested in the iPhone. When I heard T-Mobile was going to have the Google phone with a keyboard, that's what got my attention."

Amah, who confessed to being a Mac user, said he isn't sold on the idea of typing on a touch screen and so decided the G1 would be a better choice than the iPhone as he switches from his current Blackberry.

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KP500-Full Touch Screen Handsets are No Longer Untouchable

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LG KP500, the latest full touch screen phone by LG debuts in October at the most attractive price ever.


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Moorestown based MID prototype. Intel IDF 2007

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Intel shows off the next gen Atom platform with a cool video





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New MacBook PRO - Apple

2008-10-15 0 comments





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Battlestar Galactica Case mod + 2 Videos

2008-10-13 0 comments
This incredible Battlestar Galactica PC features a nifty front-loading disc drive that's "located behind a laser-cut transparent BSG medallion, so you can actually see the disc spinning."



Detail shots of the windowed DVD drive, and motorized Airlock sliding door.








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Disappearing Pool Table - Video

2008-10-09 0 comments
When you need a pool table and a family room but don't have the space there is only one thing to do....make the pool table disappear! Specialised Stage Engineering can custom build to meet your requirements. See Video...




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Flying car concept

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Terrafugia landing






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Samsung S1 Mini and S2 - stylish portable hard drives

2008-10-07 0 comments
Samsung introduces in Korea its S1 and S2 portable hard drives. Samsung S1 comes with a 1.8-inch HDD while the S2 has 2.5-inch hard drive. Samsung S1 is available in 80/120/160GB storage capacity and the S2 offers 160/250/320/500GB. Both of drives use USB for connection and power. It is available in Korea and will be launched in Europe in November.




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Nikon Media Port UP300x and UP300 HMD - Video Headset With Wi-Fi, 8GB of Storage, and a Browser

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The world's first* multimedia playback headset with built-in Wi-Fi capability, support for movie playback, and high-capacity built-in memory The Media Port UP300x and UP300.

Nikon Corporation (Michio Kariya, President) is pleased to announce the successful development of the Media Port UP ("UP" read as individual letters), a multimedia playback headset device that also supports Internet connection. This innovative product, which incorporates display, headphones, mobile A/V player, Wi-Fi capability, high-capacity memory, and power source in a single compact unit is the first of its type. The UP allows users to easily enjoy high-quality images, videos, and music anywhere. Two UP models will be available—the high-performance UP300x and the basic UP300. The Media Port UP will be available only in Japan through the Nikon Imaging Japan Inc. (Takao Nishioka, President) online UP Store (http://www.upstore.jp/).


Major Functions as follows...








  • The single, compact unit allows for simple enjoyment of videos and music anyplace and anytime, while leaving the hands free to do other things.
  • Enjoy image and video viewing with a sensation equivalent to that of viewing of a 50-inch large screen from a distance of three meters.
  • An extremely compact and lightweight display that offers excellent image quality achieved with optics made possible through development and adoption of a new adhesion double-layer diffractive optical element (DOE) lens.
  • The high-performance UP300x is equipped with a built-in motion sensor that allows for hands free operation, including volume adjustment, by moving the head up or down, left or right.
  • The UP300x is equipped with an 8 GB internal memory while the UP300 offers 4 GB of internal memory.
  • Designed with a high eyepoint and diopter adjustment so that even those who wear glasses will find the display easy to view.
  • In addition to Web browsing via Internet connection using the built-in Wi-Fi function, media contents can also be downloaded.
  • A service for UP users that allows for the distribution of video contents will be initiated. Users will be able to easily select desired contents and download media files to their UP for viewing and listening enjoyment.
  • As Windows Media Player (WMP) files are also supported, compatible media files saved to a computer can also be transferred to a UP for viewing and listening enjoyment.


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isleep - a universal portable pillow

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This painfull experience will now stop! Now there is i -sleep, a comfortable soft pillow which can be attached on the top of each leptop and functiones like a rescue west in an airplane - with the difference…it really saves us. If we tend to fall asleep, we just close our laptop, a pillow gets filled with warm air, music is being played and after 10 minutes the alarm clock rings. Bonne nuit!






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Nokia 5800 XpressMusic - detailed video tour + 6 Videos

2008-10-05 0 comments













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Nokia Tube Xpress 5800 Launched + Video

2008-10-02 0 comments
Could this be the first genuine contender to the Apple iPhone's touchscreen crown?

The ink's not dry on your Nokia N96 contract yet, but the Finnish favourite has thrown another hellacious handset into the mix. Its first ever touchscreen offering!

As expected, Nokia has officially announced the 5800 Express Music phone we've come to know as the Tube.

Hot details include a 3.2" full touchscreen it's calling "the best mobile screen of all time."

Interestingly there's four differing input methods to suit all the horses and all the courses. A full-screen qwerty keyboard, handwriting recognition, a traditional phone keypad on the screen and a plectrum (it is a music phone, after all).

There's a 3.2-megapixel dual flash camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, and 8GB of storage for your music that Nokia hopes you'll be picking up from the new Comes With Music service. They've also packed in some pretty powerful speakers too and we'll have more on that once we've had a hands-on.








One of the key innovations allows you to store your four favourite contacts, complete with photos, on the home screen storing your entire history with that person. Messages, emails and calls exchanged as well as Facebook status updates through the RSS feed. Neato.

Speaking of the internet, the 5800 is fully compatible with Flash meaning you'll be able to browse "the whole internet". A not-so-sly dig at its biggest rival, the iPhone.

Perhaps the biggest positive is the price. You'll be able to grab this phone now for just 279 Euros on pay-as-you-go. About half the price of the iPhone. Sweet.



Specifications include:

  • Quad-band GSM with different versions supporting UMTS/HSDPA in various regions of the world
  • 3.2 inch, nHD 640×360 resolution touch screen display
  • 802.11 b/g WiFi
  • Integrated GPS receiver
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support
  • MicroUSB connector
  • Stereo speakers
  • 3.5mm headset jack
  • 81MB internal memory with a microSD memory card slot (8GB card in the box)
  • 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss and dual-LED flash
  • 1320 mAh battery
  • Size:111×51.7×15.5 mm (4.37×2.04×0.61 inches)
  • Weight: 109g (3.84 ounces)
  • Talk time:Up to 9 hrs (WCDMA), 5 hours (GSM)
  • Stand-by time:Up to 17 days (GSM/WCDMA)



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Fujitsu prototype flip phone

2008-10-01 0 comments
Fujitsu and NTT DoCoMo are showing off this prototype keitai handset at the CEATEC 2008 trade show. The "Separeeto Keitai" looks like a normal keitai flip phone, but give the keypad a tug and it sunders cleanly from its magnetic hinge. Then sensors determine the keypad's orientation and contextually change the input interface, making it possible to make a phone call with the top while writing emails with the other half.





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