Is the LTE iPhone upon us? AT&T and Verizon are installing LTE equipment in Apple stores!

August 18, 2011 by Chad Faith | Leave a Comment

Recently, the guys at Engadget have published the first picture of an LTE equipment from AT & T installed in an Apple store located in the U.S. The installation of this type of equipment is more than strange; considering that at the moment, there are no iPhone terminals compatible with this technology. The information provided […]


EcoButton Will Save Your Money and Earth

April 24, 2008 by Wilson Pon | 3 Comments

Did you know? Your home PC can be accumulated over half of the electricity used in your home. Even you just left your Pc’s monitor switched on for 8 hours, it still can use up to 10 times electricity of your home Television! According to the American Energy Wastage recently survey, showed there are over […]


Is Mow Time Not Moo Time

April 23, 2008 by Wilson Pon | 1 Comment

Have you ever wondered that you can free yourself from the boring lawn mowing? Go and figure out. If you spend two hours per week just to get your lawn mowed, you will at least wasted 104 hours per year for doing this weekly routine. Ok, if you have the alternative here, do you want […]


WickedLasers Blu-ray Sonar Review

September 12, 2007 by Jabbran | 8 Comments

Introduction Right, after reviewing some of the other lasers that WickedLasers sells I think it’s about time I give you guys a review of their Blu-ray Sonar. I believe this is the first and only one to have ever been available to the public. And who better to provide us with it then WickedLasers. This […]


Solar energy direct from satellites

April 12, 2007 by davidallen | 16 Comments

The green machine moves in mysterious ways these days, wind power, wave power and now solar power, of course there is nothing new about solar power, we all know that it does not work, if you want to power a calculator then that is fine, but anything substantial like a light bulb of heating then […]


Vacuum Innovation: A Brick-Laying, Cleaning Machine

March 18, 2007 by zac439 | Leave a Comment

Changing the vacuum bag or cleaning the inside of a bag-less vacuum can be a real hassle. The mess and dirt the time and effort, not to mention the mess from bag-less vacuums, make cleaning your house a chore. With the invention of the LG Kompressor, you can now clean your house- and forget about […]


Get In The Game: Use Your Head

March 16, 2007 by zac439 | 3 Comments

Emotiv Systems has recently unveiled a revolutionary creation at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. This new gadget, nicknamed “Project Epoc”, can literally take commands from you- without a controller. The new product can do many things- move objects in a virtual world, show facial expressions based on your mood, respond to emotions like […]


Adidas Introduces Virtual Shoe Fitting

March 10, 2007 by J1mmy | Leave a Comment

Quite a few of us probaly hate shoe shopping. Having to try on about 273 shoes to finally find one you like slightly, really isn`t the best way to enjoy your saturday afternoon. All this is about to change thanks to Adidas and their virtual show fitting. They have introduced a virtual mirror at its […]


Samsungs new broad 256 channel display driver.

March 5, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Announced today in Seoul, Korea, the well known company Samsung Electronics have announced that they have a new broad 256 channel display driver for plasma display panels, is now in mass production. This new driver will reduce the power consumption required to production the crystal clear displays. Over the past couple of the year the […]


South Koreans Have a New Battle Tank.

March 3, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

Do you remember the days when you had that little mini tank and a remote controller? You’d make it roam the grass, but when it hit a little puddle, the next thing you remember would be crying? Then, you’d wish that you actually had a real tank fully loaded with Magnums and AK-47s sticking out, […]


Ubiko To The Rescue!

March 2, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

Sooner or later, it seems as if fire sprinkler manufacturing companies will be out of business. Kyushu University and the Kanazawa Institute of Technology teamed up with a robot manufacturer known as tmsuk to develop a robot that can detect smoke when there is a fire. Ubiko, which is the robot that was developed, is […]


Sony’s high speed 1/1.8″ CMOS sensor

February 18, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Sony has announced a new high speed 1/1.8″ CMOS sensor, which is an important because it offers seamless transition between still image capture and video capture with up to 6.4 Megapixel and 60 frames/second (~=380 Megapixel/second). More technical information over at Digital Photography News.


AMD licenses technology

February 15, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will be making its technology for mobile devices available for licensing, the first company to sign up for this licensing opportunity is the Swiss company STMicroeletronics who have licensed the graphic cores for 2D and 3D graphics and other associated software, the company will be using this technology in conjunction with […]

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