Copy Nokia N900 Quad Band Dual SIM Shake Sensor Cellphone

2009-09-30 0 comments
The Latest Nokia Style Cellphone support Dual Sim Dual Standby, Shake Screen and Songs, Gravity Sensor, 3.0 Inch 16:9 Touch Screen, Ebook, Moving QQ, Bluetooth, MP3/MP4, 0.3 Mega Pixel Camera function and so on, the Clone Nokia N900 Mobile Phone also support TV & FM Radio, you can enjoy your favourite programes at anywhere. Then it supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz bands, can be used worldwide !






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Dell's Latitude Z laptop - Pics+Video

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Latitude Z incorporates the convenience of a smart phone and more with mobile technology. Learn about its inductive charging and other first of its kind features.






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Honda U3-X - experimental personal vehicle

2009-09-25 0 comments
Honda has developed a new personal mobility technology, U3-X. It is a compact experimental device that fits comfortably between the riders legs, to provide free movement in all directions just as in human walking forward, backward, side-to-side, and diagonally. Honda will continue research and development of the device including experiments in a real-world environment to verify the practicality of the device.








This new personal mobility device makes it possible to adjust speed and move, turn and stop in all directions when the rider leans the upper body to shift body weight. This was achieved through application of advanced technologies including Hondas balance control technology, which was developed through the robotics research of ASIMO, Hondas bipedal humanoid robot, and the worlds first* omni-directional driving wheel system (Honda Omni Traction Drive System, or HOT Drive System), which enables movement in all directions, including not only forward and backward, but also directly to the right and left and diagonally. In addition, this compact size and one-wheel-drive personal mobility device was designed to be friendly to the user and people around it by making it easier for the rider to reach the ground from the footrest and placing the rider on roughly the same eye level as other people or pedestrians.

Key features of U3-X:

Free movement just as in human walking
1.Device control featuring application of balance control technology cultivated through ASIMO research:
The incline sensor detects the incline of the device based on the weight shift of the rider and determines the riders intention in terms of the direction and speed. Based on the data, precise control is applied to return the device to an upright position, which achieves smooth and agile movements and simple operation by weight shift only.

2.HOT Drive System (Omni-directional driving wheel system):
Honda developed the worlds first wheel structure which enables movement in all directions including forward, backward, side-to-side and diagonally. Multiple small-diameter motor-controlled wheels were connected in-line to form one large-diameter wheel. By moving the large-diameter wheel, the device moves forward and backward, and by moving small-diameter wheels, the device moves side-to-side. By combining these movements the device moves diagonally.

Compact size which fit between the users legs
3.Compact and innovative package:
The combination of the balance control technology and the HOT Drive System enabled the one-wheel style compact and innovative package of the device. In addition, the device adopts a light-weight monocoque body in which the foldable seat, footrests and body cover that also function as the frame are stored in the body of the device, achieving highly portable convenience.

Key specifications of the experimental model:
- Length×Width×Height(mm) = 315×160×650
- Weight = less than 10kg
- Battery Type = Lithium ion battery
- Operation time (with fully charged battery) = 1 hour

* Based on Hondas internal research

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Air hockey in Japan - multitouch-table

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Digital wallpaper

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Obscura CueLight Pool Table Is $200,000 Worth of Fancy Obscura cuelight

2009-09-20 0 comments
This Obscura CueLight pool table is found at Esquire's ultimate bachelor pad in NYC. It features sensors and a projector that projects an image only where the balls are on the table.

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LG new chocolate BL40

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Lenovo ThinkPad T400s with Multitouch - Pics+Video

2009-09-16 0 comments
The T400s is a direct conversion of the existing model and has the familiar 14-inch screen size as well as a relatively thin profile for a full-speed system. Its display gets four-finger multi-touch input. Picking the multi-touch display brings its base price up to $1,999 but nets a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo, 2GB of RAM, a 120GB hard drive and a DVD burner.






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First Android Phone from LG - LG GW620 - pic and Video

2009-09-15 0 comments

LG has recently released its first Android-powered handset - the GW620 that comes in a slider form factor, revealing a QWERTY keyboard within. Dubbed the Etna during its spyshot/leaked days, this model comes with a 3" touchscreen display alongside a 5-megapixel camera. No idea on whether the LG GW620 will be the first step towards a total Android platform for LG, or will they continue to maintain a balance between Windows Mobile and Android smartphones in the future just like how HTC and Sony Ericsson are doing at the moment. Expect to see the LG GW620 arrive in select European markets later this Q4.





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8.9-inch Archos 9 tablet running Windows 7

2009-09-10 0 comments

The Archos 9 mini tablet PC will run on Windows 7 OS. Weighing at only 22-ounces, the tablet netbook comes equipped with a 9-inch touch sensitive display, an Intel Atom Z515 CPU, and a storage capacity of 60GB or 120GB. The company hasn’t announced the price of the product yet. The Archos 9 mini tablet PC will be released during Fall 2009.

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Thinking about Tochscreen Technology? What about Touchless surfing

2009-09-09 1 comments
Touchless human/machine user interface for 3D navigation
Elliptic Labs is paving the way for use of computers and screens without touching, simply with the finger or hand in the air - over, around, next to or on the device. Choose functionality, scroll, brows, surf and use gestures on your mobile phone or other electronic devices and screens, without touching or without holding a hardware control unit.
Flip through Widgets with just a wave of your hand with touch less - See Video




technology from Elliptic Labs www.ellipticlabs.com


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HTC Tattoo - another HTC smartphone to Android

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With HTC Tattoo, you stay close to the important people in your life by integrating your communications and applications including voice calls, emails, texts, photos and status updates into one consolidated view, providing innovative and fun phone experiences.

The stylish HTC Tattoo is small and compact, fitting snugly into your hand or pocket. People are able to design and purchase their own unique covers or search and select from popular cover designs, altering the look of the phone to reflect their mood or individual tastes.

HTC Tattoo integrates Google’s innovative mobile services including: Google Maps, search, Google Mail, and Android market where users can download thousands of popular applications and games. It also comes complete with a broad variety of hardware features including a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, 3.5mm stereo headset jack and expandable microSD memory.

The HTC Tattoo will be available in Europe first at the beginning of October, and will roll out in markets around the world in the following months.













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YikeBike: Foldable, Carbon Fiber Bike

2009-09-08 0 comments
This weird thing is a 1.2kW electric motor powered, carbon fiber foldable bike called the YikeBike. It’s real, unfolds in 15 seconds, and aims to solve the eternal problem of urban mobility, and probably become Woz’s favorite new toy.

Folded, the YikeBike only takes 6 x 23.6 x 23.6 inches (150 x 600 x 600 millimeters) and weighs 22 pounds (10 kilograms), so it can be easily carried around. And while its pneumatic wheels may follow an old high wheeler configuration, according to the manufacturer, this thing is designed to be easy to maneuver, and it’s equipped with electronic brakes with built-in anti-skid system. Its styling queues are decidedly futuristic penny-farthing, with the large front wheel, tiny rear, and little mustache handlebar, but that front wheel is driven by an electric motor giving a range of 9km and a top speed of 20km/h. No word on how long a full charge takes, but 80 percent requires only 20 minutes. It looks like fun (see for yourself after the break), and is due to start shipping by the middle of next year, but at a cost of €3,900 (over $5,500) it’s going to be something of a tall sale for a short ride.



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Features Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2

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A new interface XPERIA Panels with three-dimensional effects includes 14 preset and 16 available for download items such as Skype, Mytopia, Google, CNN, Windows Live and so on. Communicator Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 is made in the same slider form factor with touch screen and QWERTY-keyboard, and that X1. However, it is more functional predecessor. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 goes on sale early in the fourth quarter.






Features Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2:
  • Cellular: GSM / GPRS / EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz and UMTS / HSPA 850/900/2100 MHz
  • Operating system: Windows Mobile 6.5
  • Display: 3.2-inch touchscreen, WVGA, up to 65K colors
  • Camera: 8.1 megapixel with autofocus, touch-focus, image stabilization and geotegirovaniem
  • Bluetooth (A2DP), Wi-Fi, USB
  • GPS-receiver
  • TV Out
  • Support DNLA
  • Internal memory: up to 110 MB
  • Memory cards: microSD (up to 16 GB)
  • Hours of talk time: up to 10 / 6 hours (GSM / UMTS)
  • Hours Standby time: 500/640 hours (GSM / UMTS)
  • Dimensions: 110x54x16 mm
  • Color: black, silver

Xperia X2



Xperia X2 - Aaron Duke


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Toshiba JournE Touch - First Toshiba Multimedia Tablet @ IFA 2009

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The Journe uses a 7-inch, 800-by-480-pixel touch screen to fit into a handheld form factor. It runs a version of Windows CE 6.0 that has been tailored to perform both traditional PMP duties, like playing music and video, as well as tasks that leverage its larger screen, like mobile Internet browsing, viewing photos, and reading RSS feeds.

But the real differentiator lies in its USB cradle, which allows the Journe Touch to dock and connect up to a high-def TV via an HDMI cable. Toshiba hasn't yet detailed whether it will play full 1080p HD or just 720p, but the relatively weak ARM processor inside suggests the smaller of the two. One major caveat: The device will only come with 1GB of internal storage, making the SD media card slot essential for carrying much content at all. It maxes out at 32GB capacity.

Toshiba JournE Touch Tablet Hands On Video






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