Friday, February 29, 2008

ShifD Data Transfer Between PC & Mobile Phone

The New York Times Company has introduced in beta version. ShiftD is an application having the capability to transfer data seamlessly from the computer to a mobile phone or vice-versa.
ShifD allows users to update information from any web browser, by text message from a mobile phone, through a mobile web browser or by using the downloadable application on Adobe AIR.
Information added through any method gets saved to the user’s ShifD account, which gets automatically updated on all devices.
The new ShiftD Beta is capable of adding and saving contents in three categories such as Notes, Links and Places. Hence the application will allow users to save grocery list, to-do list or any other notes. Also it will enable users to save links for references and addresses with corresponding maps too.
“ShifD is an experiment in giving users the power to bring their content with them by easily shifting it among all of their Web-enabled devices,” said Michael Zimbalist, vice president, research and development operations, The New York Times Company.
“We see a future for device-independent media, with convergence around the user experience and not any particular delivery platform. Developing services that allow users to access content wherever they are and on whichever device they choose is an important part of our strategy,” Zimbalist added.
The New York Times is expecting that the new application will work on most of the mobile phones and blackberries in the United States. Interested users can sign up for ShiftD beta at

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Concept Phone: Nokia Reseach Center & Cambridge Univ. Develops "Morph"

Nokia Research Center (NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK) has announced the development of Morph, a concept mobile phone. What is innovative about the phone is that it is flexible and bendable.

Nokia says that the new phone is an example of how future mobile devices might be stretchable and flexible, allowing the user to transform their mobile device into radically different shapes. Further, Morph features flexible materials, transparent electronics and self-cleaning surfaces.

Dr. Bob Iannucci, Chief Technology Officer, Nokia, stated, “Nokia Research Center is looking at ways to reinvent the form and function of mobile devices; the Morph concept shows what might be possible”.

“We hope that this combination of art and science will showcase the potential of nanoscience to a wider audience. The research we are carrying out is fundamental to this as we seek a safe and controlled way to develop and use new materials,”commented Dr. Tapani Ryhanen, Head of the NRC Cambridge UK laboratory, Nokia

Morph is a good example of usage of nanotechnology which might lead to offer high-end mobile phones integrate few elements of the concept phone. Also Nokia hopes that the development of Morph will lead to low-cost devices with more functionality and smaller sizes.

Morph will be exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City from February 24 to May 12, as part of the “Design and the Elastic Mind” exhibition.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Power saving Turbo Battery Technology in MSI new "Anion" Laptop

It looks like MSI has some big plans for CeBIT, if the company's latest news is any indication. The computer-maker is gearing up for two innovative new laptops, both of which are part of its ECOlution "green" line of systems. The first model will bizarrely feature a high concentration of anions -- negatively charged ions which the company believes will "enhance the body's condition, promote nervous stability and recovery from fatigue, and encourage circulation of halted blood." The second, less magical entry from MSI comes in the form of the GX600-08 laptop, which utilizes a new battery design intended to extend life up to 20% by engaging a "Turbo Battery Mode" which automatically adjusts the system's workload to conserve power. We'll undoubtedly be hearing more about these from CeBIT, so keep your eyes peeled.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Zeki Cellphone for Kids Having Walkie-Talkie, SMS, MP3

A company called YoungToys is bringing out a cellphone aimed at kids and toddlers in Korea. The Zeki is a digital walkie-talkie, enabling conversations and short messages exchange between two handsets up to 260 feet apart, as well as MP3 playback and audio/video recording (presumably useful if you're the snooping parent type).

For older kids, probably the Zeki's real targets, there's also alarm clocks and downloadable games. Supposedly the phones use "near-field communication technology" to connect to each other, but since this is usually applied to RFID devices like proximity swipe-cards, we're a little skeptical.

The devices also incorporate an anti-electromagnetic device of some kind, to allay fears of cooking kids' brains, and are made of materials harmless to the human body. Thank goodness for that, we were worried about them being made of cyanide-coated lead.

Actually the most worrying thing about these phones is that clearly kids will be carrying communications devices from a very young age, and that just creeps us out a little. Zekis will be available for around $105 in Korea.

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Sony MDR-EX700LP - 16mm Drivers earbud headphones

The updated Sony MDR-EX700LP earbud headphones sport new 16mm drivers to give you ear-drum-shattering action (108dB) with "more precise sound" (4-28KHz) than before. Sony says the magnesium-housed MDR-EX700LP earbuds have a new "multi-layer diaphragm for reproducing high resolution sound." For $300, that better be a lot of layers and a lot of high-res sounds.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Intel 6-Core "Dunnington" Microprocessor Under Planning

According to the chaps at the Eclipse Developer's Journal (EDJ), Intel is planning a six-core microprocessor, which will go by the Dunnington moniker. The six-core beast will be succeeded by the even meatier, Nehalem micro-architecture, which will support greater than eight cores. The work regarding the Dunnington project is still under wraps, but our friends at EDJ insist Intel has already put together a die, the size of a postage stamp, with three dual-core 45nm Penryn chips on it sharing a 16MB L3 cache. Allegedly, we'll see the Dunnington in either Q2 or Q3, this year—we'll be sure to keep you posted on any developments.

Friday, February 22, 2008

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HP 2133 UMPC

HP are launching a seriously nice looking UMPC named the 2133. The screen is just 8.9 inches which is ample for a UMPC and it is scratch resistant. The resolution it runs at is 1366 x 766 (WXGA). An ExpressCard/54 slot can be found in there along with Wireless LAN, a QWERTY keyboard that is not much smaller then normal and a web cam can also be found integrated too. Two operating systems will be available when it launches which gives you the choice between Vista or Linux. On the storage side, it appears that there will be an SSD option which will make the UMPC weigh in at 2.5 LBS. The case looks to also look nice too being anodized aluminium. I wonder how this will do against the MacBook Air and EeePC. Looking at rumours of prices, it looks like it could sell for less then $700. If that’s the case this will be on my wanted list.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Bedu Emergency Rapid Response Drum

ucked inside these 50-gallon drums is a life-saving package of stuff to help people in crisis zones. Designed by Toby McInnes, the container has a tent, storage annex, photovoltaic strip tarpaulin/blanket, multifuel stove, lighting rig, tool kid, medical kit, water filtration system, generator and battery pack and emergency radio inside to sustain people in an emergency. See just what it looks like unpacked after the jump.

The Bedu is still, as yet, merely a concept.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Quadband GSM Wristphone with Kinetic energy charge

The EGP-WP88 from Epoq is the first GSM wristphone that actually looks like a watch. Waterproof to 50 meters, the WP88 has a kinetic recharge system, meaning you can charge it just by walking around, and boasts a 1.3-megapixel camera, OLED display, plays MP3 and MP4 files and can transfer data via either USB or Bluetooth. You get between two and two-and-a-half-hours' talk time, and 70 to 100 hours' standby. Costing $530, the Epoq WP88 goes on sale on March 1.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Samsung New M310 Ultra Mobile Pocket Imager projector

Samsung's M310 isn't nearly as diminutive as its MBP-100, but it's still quite the cutie. Hailed as an Ultra Mobile Pocket Imager, this DLP device features a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 150 ANSI lumens, VGA input, SVGA native resolution and a pleasantly small footprint. Mum's the word on an official price / release date, but we've all ideas this is one case where more won't cost less.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

PDA/Tablet Concept for Old Peoples

Hey, old people have technological needs too. Or so this concept would have us believe. The idea behind this tablet/pda-ish device is that it uses RFID tracking technology toremind the elderly when to take their meds, when food in the refrigerator goes bad, and what to get at the store to meet nutritional requirements. But if my grandparents' foray into technology is any indication, this device would do nothing but baffle the elderly mind.

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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Ultra Tough Woongjin PDA with GPS Phone

Woongjin, a company I am not familiar with, have created an ultra-slim mobile phone which has GPS navigation built in to it. Not many details are available yet, but from what we have heard the phone is toughened, waterproof and perfect for those who love outdoor activities. It is built to survive a fall and vibrations which makes it an ideal phone for the outdoors type person. From the outside it looks like a fairly standard piece of kit, but what is noticeable is the screen which seems to be of a PDA size. Under the screen is a standard keypad with directional keys, menu keys and call, hangup buttons. For some reason, a 2D bar code scanner can also be attached although I am unsure what that is needed for.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Stream Mobile TV To Iphone / Ipod Touch Via Wifi

Packet Video's latest Mobile Broadcast Receiver, which looks like a small white box, is able to stream mobile TV to devices with no mobile TV reception capability, such as the iPhone and iPod Touch. It works by receiving DVB-H, MediaFLO or WiMax (depending on the standard for your particular market—Verizon uses MediaFLO) and transcoding it on the fly to a video stream sent out via Wi-Fi. Your device (the one you're actually watching the video on) then grabs the video stream over Wi-Fi and displays it. It'll be available later in the year, but Packet Video usually works with service providers and not directly with the consumer, so your only option may be to buy a branded one.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Turn Your T-shirt In to Nano Power Station With The Help Of Nanowires

A nanotech invention by a US research team offers an intriguing glimpse of the future: slip on some nanowire-embedded clothes, plug your MP3 player or cellphone into them, and as you dance or walk around, your outfit generates enough power to run the gadget. More details on how the fabric works, and some nano-imagery after the jump.

Professor Zhong Lin Wang and team of the Georgia Institute of Technology coated kevlar strands with zinc oxide nanowires, protecting the bushy wires with a polymer and adding gold to other fibers to act as a conductor. The piezoelectric power-generating action comes when the nanowires bend as two fibers rub together, translating bending of the material into electricity which flows along the gold fibers.

Professor Wang says that across several square feet of fabric the nanowire fibers can generate power adding up to tens of milliwatts, which is not a huge amount, but is certainly enough for a dribble top-up charge for your portable devices.

With a little more power, the idea could be great in smart fabrics for consumers, or even for medical or military use, but it's clearly an invention in its infancy—as Wang notes, "What we've done is demonstrate the principle and the fundamental mechanism." For the time being it also has a fundamental flaw: it's not waterproof, and putting your smart clothes in the wash would dissolve the nanowires.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Wireless Networking for Geek Gamers

Gamers hate to see lag on their networks. Lag lowers their chances of becoming champion of their chosen game. To fix this problem, Linksys have created an out of the box Wireless Gaming Router named the WRT330N which is optimised specifically for gamers. Built-in wireless runs up to IEEE 802.11n (draft) speeds and the 4 wired switch ports will allow up to Gigabit Ethernet speeds. These alone should sort out your home network problems. It doesn’t stop there though and Linksys has also added QoS (Quality of Service) which is pre configured to prioritize traffic on ports that are needed for online gaming. This setup ensures that no problems are present on your home network. All you need to then worry about is making sure you have a good enough broadband connection to not get a bottle neck as it leaves the router.

The price tag is a little higher then your average wireless router, but for $159.99 you are getting a top quality wireless gaming router which should see your online gaming experience improved.

Monday, February 11, 2008

New Nokia N78 candybar with Wi-Fi, HSPDA, GPS, Touch Surfaces, Tricorder

The new Nokia N78 candybar cellphone comes absolutely loaded: HSPDA 3G support, Wi-Fi connectivity, FM music transmitter and integrated Assisted GPS. The later has obligatory Nokia Maps support and automatic geotagging of photos taken by its 3.2-megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss optics. Unlike the previous N73, the
$507 (350 euros) pianoblacktabulous N78 gets rid of real keys in favor of touch surfaces,

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Dreambook Eee PC Competitor Enters In The Market

With a 7-inch display (88 x 480), a 1GHz Via C7-M processor, maximum 1GB RAM, either a 2GB, 4GB or 8GB flash storage or a 40GB HDD, the Pioneer Computers Dreambook Light IL1 sounds like a worthy competitor to the Eee PC crown. Unfortunately, the $446 starting price is a little steep, even if either Vista or Ubuntu is included in the base price. The Dreambook range will host three other models, including a touchscreen version that sounds a little more interesting.
The Dreambook Light CE26 will feature a 7-inch touchscreen display, 1.2GHz VIA C7-M processor, maximum 1GB memory and storage capacities similar to the IL1. The base model will be priced at $699, but we're hoping the touch goodness makes it worth the investment.
Two other members in the range include the M72 and the M72R, but with 12" WXGA displays, Intel Core 2 Duo processors, maximum 4GB RAM and starting at $999, they're not really lean enough for Eee PC territory or impressive enough for the general laptop genre.

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Saturday, February 9, 2008

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Friday, February 8, 2008

Samsung Soul sleeky Touchpad Display

Samsung's Ultra Edition range will get a revamp with their new Soul, a 7.2Mbps HSDPA cellphone which, at only 12.9mm thick, it comes with auto focus 5MP camera, 2.2" 320 x 240 pixel full-color display, SD slot and a touchpad display system that will morph the user interface, changing icons according to the application you are using. For example, in music mode playback controls will appear, but whilst sending an SMS these will be replaced with editing functions.

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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Panavision Bazooka HD Lens Delivers 300X Zoom

The Panavision 300x HD lens. It's actually a broadcast HD lens, but that makes this sucker no less ridiculous. It's over three feet in length and weighs 85 lbs. while delivering a gaping 7-2100mm continuous focal length range (F1.9-F/13) for 300X zoom. Which is a .3 degree field of vision. The cost? 300X what you're thinking.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Solar Charging Strap For Your Mobile Phone

Strap-Ya has accomplished what we thought was impossible; they've created a useful cellphone charm: a small solar cell that retains energy for when your handset is out of juice. Simply clip it in, and it will give you the vital power boost in your second of need. If the sun is playing away from home, the solar charger even comes with an AC adapter that allows it to be charged up and used as a spare battery. Alas, it is merely a concept for us. The charger works with just a handful of Japanese handsets.

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Monday, February 4, 2008

LG's slinky KF510 slider is ready

The run-up to 3GSM GSMA Mobile World Congress has begun with the announcement of LG's KF510 slider. Launching February 11th in Barcelona, the new 10.9-mm thin phone features a metal frame and tempered glass touch interface. LG primarily touts the phone's "advanced touch technology" (incorporating VibeTouch haptic feedback like their Voyager, we presume), 3 megapixel camera, and MP3 player. Available worldwide in March in Stardust Dark Gray or Sunset Red. How sweet.

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Personal Privacy Screen For Laptop

Lapstix personal privacy screen can be easily clipped onto the side of notebook computers and portable DVD players creating a “fanned” billboard for imprinting colorful promotional messages or logos. Each Lapstix, which comes completely assembled, contains a plastic stix, a screen, a plastic clip and a polyester StixBag. They come in a variety of colors, such as black, white and gray, and logos or promotional messages can be imprinted on the stix, screen, and StixBag.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

LightWedge Mini Reader

The LightWedge is great for reading maps or books in the dark. A lens is built in which magnifies the text by 1.5 times. The device is portable and easy to carry around. The light source is LED which would normally not need replacing unless damaged. The device is battery powered using 2 CR2 batteries which give around 20 hours of light.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Drive Recorder Is Honda's Car Black Box

Honda's Drive Recorder will detect impacts and save information for the 12 seconds before and 8 seconds afterwards, aircraft black-box-style: forward-view imagery, along with sound and data on speed and deceleration rates all get stored on an SD card in its main unit, ready to be uploaded to a PC.

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Stress Reducing Mouse

Stress is fairly common around the work place with all the tight deadlines and what not. Hours of peoples lives are also spent in front of a computer working away and keeping in touch with the world. To fix this problem of stress a stress reducing mouse has been created which tracks your stress. It does this through a sensor where your thumb rests and when it notices your stress levels rise it will send remedies on how to get rid of the stress and control it before it becomes a problem. Information sent to you is about exercising and how to work best to reduce the levels.