China starts testing 4G

January 30, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

The first 4G standard system has been launched in China, the country that had many difficulties launching 3G and never did quite make it. China Daily, the Beijing based and government run English newspaper in the Peoples Republic of China, ran a report that the trial is being held in Changning District, Shanghai, after a [...]

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iRiver USB Watch

January 30, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

I am pretty sure I saw this design in Berlin at a USB design show in a gallery: iRiver has a “new” concept: the USB watch where the USB connecter is actually in the strap itself. Looks interesting, especially when you take a close look and notice that Bluetooth logo beneath the display. Remote control [...]

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How about a phone with two GSM SIM cards

January 30, 2007 by davidallen | 5 Comments

Like many people today, there those who use more than one mobile phone which can be a bit of a nuisance it means carrying around two phones and they both have to be charged up all the time, it can be time consuming, but most of all it is just not a good way of [...]

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NEC develops VoIP spam detector

January 29, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

NEC has developed a system that claims to be able to detect if a caller is human or a computer and therefor being able to be used as a spam detector for VoIP. A twist on the famous Turing test, claims iTWire. The system, the SPIT (spam over Internet telephony) blocker, is to be shown [...]

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British “Get a mac” adverts

January 29, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Apple‘s “Get a mac” adverts are quite well know, especially due to the large amount of them and the availability on Apples website (18 of 22 US adverts are on the website). Now a set consisting of 6 ads for the British market has been produced, “starring” British comedy duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb. [...]

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Disgo Flash Drive with Oxford English Dictionary

January 29, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

We all find that occasionally we are lost for words, it maybe that we are working on a train or plane, somewhere away from the office, yet that report still needs to be completed and of course there is no wireless internet available. I think we can all say that we have been there and [...]

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Samsung STT-D370: Bluetooth DMB GPS SatNav

January 29, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

GPS navigation systems are being released nearly every day now and, to be honest, they don’t differ too much. Some offer more or less “multimedia functions” than others, but that really doesn’t make a device special. The Samsung STT-D370 (the Koreans seem to be really creative when it comes to product branding) is slightly different: [...]

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The center of your kitchen is?

January 29, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

The kitchen is the nerve center of the home, it is where almost everything done and everyone always visits, we eat there and so on, as to what the center of the kitchen is, well it is in different places, we all have different ideas. Whirlpool the electrical appliance manufacturer has come up with what [...]

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Webcam Can Now Track You And Your Pet!

January 29, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

It’s scary how nowadays, there are so many “stalkers” secretly spying on you. Who knows, there may be someone watching you right at this moment. Well, the same concept seems to have been put in, in a recent webcam released by CrazyAboutGadgets. Now, no more will you have to go through the pains of sitting [...]

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Sony increases PS3 price in Canada

January 29, 2007 by poeloq | 1 Comment

Sony’s Playstation 3 has been having some problems getting sold lately in Canada, probably due to stiff competition and it being the most expensive console on the market. So how does Sony combat this? They don’t! In fact, they just increase the price of the Playstation 3 and make it even more expensive, now clocking [...]

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Tiny chips make technology faster and smaller

January 29, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

For some time we have wondered if and when the technology sector would answer the burning question that has been on many of our minds lately. How far and how small will the technology that we use on a day to day basis, such as mobile phones, computers, PDA’s and other items that require “Chips” [...]

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Dr Who versus the Texas Chainsaw Massacre

January 29, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

It appears to be a weird combination, Dr Who that likeable chap who travels around in the TARDIS almost always with a beautiful female assistant and saves the planet from evil alien forces and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Yet for many families who purchased the first episode from the second series entitled “New Earth” Dr [...]

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Install Linux from Windows

January 28, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Yesterday the OSDL’s Review of Desktop Linux 2006 was published, stating that the deployment of Linux on Desktops in 2006 stalled slightly compared to previous years. But with the great achievements of Ubuntu and related distributions it is getting easier to install and use Linux on desktops without having to earn a computer science degree [...]

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