HTC Mondrian - unannounced smartphone on Windows Phone 7 (+ 2 videos)

2010-09-28 0 comments




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Seabird - concept phone from Mozilla (+ video)

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Read about the project at http://www.MozillaLabs.com/seabird

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Presentation video of new multimedia tablet "AlessiTAB"

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Nagisa - very nice concept phone (+ video)

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SEIL - a backpack with "turn signal" for cyclists (+ video)

2010-09-22 0 comments



When a rider using hand-signal, the rider is riding bicycle with one hand. It can lead an accident. But this product provides safer and simpler control for bicycle riders. Seil Bag is designed to show left and right turn signal of a bicycle rider. Simply, controlling the detachable wireless controller enables various signals such as directional signals, emergency signal. "
Designed by Lee Myung Su design lab.


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Articulated Naturality Web - yet another example of "virtual reality" for phones

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Overview and demo of Articulated Naturality Web (ANW) technology from QPC.

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Stylish compact Players Sony Walkman NWZ series

2010-09-21 0 comments


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Samsung Cetus i917 Windows Phone 7 handset

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Another mystery Windows phone 7 handset caught on video, looking like the Samsung Cetus with a front facing camera



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HRP-4 - robot balancing on one leg (video)

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Head-mounted display projects directly onto the retina

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Brother's AirScouter projects the equivalent of a 16-inch display directly onto your retina.



A company representative states, "This display creates a mysterious effect, making it look as if there's a 16-inch screen floating one meter in front of the eyes, and the scenery behind the screen seems transparent as well."
The company expects that the technology will be used in industrial settings at first, specifically for onsite technicians to reference product manuals. There's also head-mounted camera built into the frame of the glasses, which can be used by field workers to send real-time imagery back to headquarters.
"This makes it possible to work in collaboration, while receiving instructions from experts in the office," said the Brother representative.
On the consumer side, you'll apparently be able to connect a phone to the display one day in order to project your handset's screen out in front of you.


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Fujifilm FineFix X100

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Fujifilm FinePix X100 -The FinePix X100 is aimed at the professional photographer or keen enthusiast looking for exceptional quality pictures from a compact camera. It is designed to appeal to the millions of DSLR users who need a slim back-up camera for high quality in-fill shots when the use of a bigger SLR system is either inconvenient or impractical. Or, of course, it can be used as a professional's only top-end camera, if size and versatility are the primary considerations.



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Hands-on with ViewSonic's 10-inch, Android 2.2, Tegra 2 tablet

2010-09-20 0 comments


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Looxcie - Camera Headset

2010-09-17 0 comments



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The first video demonstration webOS 2.0

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Released a beta version iOS 4.2 for iPad (video)

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Demonstration of interface HTC Sense on Windows Phone 7

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HTC's Customization For Windows Phone 7




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iPod nano touch as a wristwatch

2010-09-16 0 comments
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch

iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch
iPod nano touch as a wristwatch

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Ectaco Jetbook Mini eReader - very compact, electronic book (video)

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Ectaco Jetbook Mini eReader - very compact, electronic book



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A prototype of the fastest Book Flipping Scanning

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Book Flipping Scanning




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Nokia C6 and C7

2010-09-15 0 comments




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SuperLCD Vs AMOLED device in HTC Desire

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SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison

SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison
SuperLCD Vs AMOLED - Comparison


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Nokia E7- The Ultimate Business Smartphone

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Nokia, one of the leading manufacturer of cellular phones introduces it newest creation, the Nokia E7. Nokia E7 is likely to be marketed as mini computer in a pocket-sized phone and labeled as Nokia’s new smartphone designed exactly for the Corporate world. To cut it short, it’s a Business Smartphone.

Nokia E7 has a 4-inch touchscreen of 640×340 pixel resolution with a real full QWERTY keyboard.

What is more fascinating about this phone is that, it is completely packaged with Microsoft Office suite that allows you to view and edit any Word, Powerpoint, and Excel documents. It is designed also to allow you to connect directly to a USB stick/flashdrive and browse the your files in.

It is equipped of 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and 720p HD video recording. It has 16GB of internal memory and a microSD cardslot to allow you to expand the memory up to 32GB.

Features includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS connectivity. An HDMI-out port to allow you to connect E7 to TV and display videos and photos.

All of these features in one phone is so much great to have. Nokia E7 is your ultimate Business Smartphone. The price is yet to be announced soon.



Nokia E7 - Smart Phone
Nokia E7 - Smart Phone
Nokia E7 - Smart Phone
Nokia E7 - Smart Phone





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Dell Inspiron DUO flipping tablet - an amazing hybrid netbook and tablet

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The 10-inch screens serves as both the display for the typical notebook setup as well as a detachable tablet (via a swiveling hinge). It contains Intel’s dual-core Atom N550 processor and runs Windows 7 Home Premium instead of Android. Considering Dell envisions the Inspiron Duo serving two masters — entertainment via the tablet and productivity via the physical keyboard — Windows makes sense, though it remains to be seen if performance will be an issue for the device.

Dell is promising the Inspiron Duo will be available later this year, though no pricing has been revealed. It’s clearly gunning for one of the iPad’s biggest weaknesses — the difficulties using the Apple tablet as a productivity tool without an included physical keyboard — by providing the best of both worlds.
Dell Inspiron DUO flipping tablet

Dell Inspiron DUO flipping tablet
Dell Inspiron DUO flipping tablet
Dell Inspiron DUO flipping tablet


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Bödysöf™ In Action

2010-09-14 0 comments
A quick video demonstrating how to use the bödysöf™. Simply add your favorite body wash or moisturizer to the Tank, pull the lever, and the bödysöf™ does the rest!




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Fake "N-KIA E68" (Nokia) Cell Phone Made In China

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Some Chinese netizens are impressed by the creativity of this "shanzhai" (a Chinese word for usually cheaper counterfeit goods) mobile phone, suggesting that such shanzhai products have become a type of culture itself. Other Chinese netizens are less supportive.
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LG Makes 'Optimus' Windows Phone 7 Legit

2010-09-13 0 comments
During the IFA trade show on Monday, LG announced that its forthcoming Windows Phone 7 devices will be called Optimus 7 (I guess Optimus Prime was taken?). LG didn't announce any specific devices, but shared details on what we can expect from its new Microsoft-powered smartphones.

The first feature LG boasted about is a new way to interact with DLNA content between devices. DLNA is the standard that allows certified devices to share media via Wi-Fi.


LG's Optimus 7 smartphones will be able to share 720p HD videos, high-resolution photos, and high quality music files with the flick of a finger. LG says that its software allows users to spot other DLNA certified devices, and then, by tossing the content off the top of the screen, share it with those devices.

That means users of LG's Optimus 7 Windows Phone 7 devices can share directly from their phone to their TV or home theater.


"This unique feature is a direct response to the growing need for technologies that empower users to share multimedia content across electronic devices," said Mr. Seong-jin Park, Vice President of Mobile Handset R&D Center at LG Electronics, in a prepared statement.

"LG Optimus 7 smartphones will be at the center of a complete entertainment experience, representing LG's leadership in mobile convergence." LG also makes HDTVs and other consumer electronics.

LG's Optimus 7 devices will ship in the fourth quarter, which is when Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform is expected to launch.

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John's Phone - the simplest mobile phone

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It comes with only phone functions, meaning you don’t even get SMS text messaging. The phone has large buttons and there is a flap with an address book and a pen in the back. Each number keys can stored a preset number, making it an ideal phone for elderlyand kids.

The John’s Phone is designed by John Doe Amsterdam. It comes in white, brown, pink, black and green colors. The price is Euro 69.96.
John's Phone - the simplest mobile phone

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Willow Garage PR2

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Your own PR2 personal bot--for just $400,000
"With PR2 now commercially available, we can't wait to see what our new users will develop on our platform," said Willow Garage, which suggests the robot can be used to do repetitive tasks at work or home and aid those who might otherwise need to live in an assisted-living facility. The availability of more than 1,000 software libraries appears to ensure a promising future for the young robot.

The approximately 5-foot-tall, wheeled, two-armed bot features two computers inside its base, each an 8-core server with 24GB of RAM, and a battery system that's tantamount to 16 laptop batteries.

Its head sports two pairs of stereo cameras, one for wide angles and the other for focusing. The eyes are designed to work like a person's in that they take two pictures of a room and try to find common points on which to triangulate. The PR2 also has a tilting laser scanner that helps it create 3D models so it can avoid bumping into walls while it shuffles about tending to your every need.

If $400,000 sounds too steep for you, Willow Robot is offering a $120,000 discount to individuals "who have made significant contributions to the open-source community."

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DTV Shredder - impressive skateboard tracked

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Toshiba introduced the 3D- display , which does not require 3D- glasses ( + video )

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Glasses-Free 3D Display Using Integral Imaging - Toshiba : DigInfo


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Gesture Remote by LUNAR Europe

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The Gesture Remote makes remote controlling a lot more intuitive and convenient to execute. The design is very simplistic yet ergonomic enough to fit your palm comfortably. With a simple touch, drag or other gestures, you can browse through the colorful contents with a cool looking interactive menu designed by Zinosign.

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HDR Demonstration Using Two Canon 5D mark II's

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Lenovo IdeaCentre B300 and B305 - PC all-in -one entertainment

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Philips Fidelio Primo DS9000 - Docking Station for iPod and iPhone

2010-09-09 0 comments
Philips has introduced a new docking station Fidelio Primo DS9000, compatible with most iPod models and iPhone. To reproduce the full range of sound used passive crossover, allowing to hear every note. As the producer, managed to achieve pure sound thanks to complex engineering solutions. Every detail of the spectrum of sound frequencies separated and sent to the appropriate converters. Alerts are not sent outside of the frequency response of the converter, which improves the sound quality and reduces distortion. High-quality electronic components make the sound balanced and not distinguishable from the original.

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Philips Fidelio Primo DS9000 - Docking Station id=
Philips Fidelio Primo DS9000 - Docking Station id=
Philips Fidelio Primo DS9000 - Docking Station id=
Philips Fidelio Primo DS9000 - Docking Station id=
Fidelio DS9000 is equipped with a sensor distance, you can disable the display to save power. Function keys light up when approaching them hands. To share dock Fidelio and iPhone/iPod was created a free application with new features, allowing easy search and playback music from the collection, control the sound characteristics of the speakers and check the status of the battery dock with the iPhone/iPod. The application has a clock function, as well as alarm signals you can put your favorite music or nature sounds, while adjusting the iPhone/iPod at the demonstration photo.

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Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard

2010-09-08 0 comments
Apple’s iPhone 4 gets Nuu Mini Key as a physical keypad. This will lead to smoothly entering the inputs. The Mini key phone will attract the users to a large extent. It provides users with access to a backlit physical keyboard that hooks up to the host iPhone 4 via the wonders of Bluetooth.

This phone will add a new chapter in the mobile industry which is again good for this sector. Apple might not have an iPhone 4 with sliding QWERTY keyboard, but that does not mean that special physical keyboard cannot create boom in the market. According to tech blog Engadget, which recently put a prototype Mini Key through its paces, the physical keys are somewhat cumbersome, while the Bluetooth cable connection and added battery drain are an associated annoyance.
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard

Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
Nuu Mini-key turns iPhone 4 in QWERTY slider keyboard
While many iPhone 4 owners will find little interest in or use for the Mini-key, the accessory will be appealing to those who like their mobile devices to have "a slide out adjustable hinge" that, for the lack of a better description, transforms your iPhone into a flip phone replete with a physical keyboard, raised letter keys, and backlighting.

For now, this accessory - which has people either drooling or revolting depending on your iDevice preferences - doesn't really exist. The gadget unveiled at IFA in Berlin was simply a prototype.This iPhone 4 would be going up for sale before the end of the year and its price is expected to be $60 USD (around Rs. 2,700).

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