Archive for May, 2009
  • USB Ninja star protects data, kills danger
    by Mike
    Posted May 28th, 2009 at 6:11 am
    Ninja's and USB drives go together like chicken and ice cream...so why not make a flash drive with the same similarities? Introducing the USB Ninja Star Shuriken by Solid Alliance. This Ninja star manages to pack in a now industry substandard 2GB of storage. However, storage is not the highlight of this flash drive. No sir. Instead of being left defenseless if anyone ever tried to attack you, with your USB Ninja star in hand, you can now fight back in dignity and honor buy hurtling your b...
  • Legos make the world go round - actual replacement for crumbling buldings
    by Mike
    Posted May 28th, 2009 at 5:40 am
    We've seen some pretty unique uses for lego in the tech world such as the Lego flash drive, the Lego USB hub, and even a Lego MP3 player, this latest use of Lego's, while not quite "gadgety", is none the less cool and unique. Instead of having electronic circuits inside the legos, they themselves become literal building blocks, supporting aging wonders of architecture. (more...)...
  • Too much time on your hands? Build a processor
    by Mike
    Posted May 28th, 2009 at 5:21 am
    Boredom is nuisance to each and every human that has stood the test of time. Wherever we go, whatever we do, it is always there, waiting, ready to pounce on our being and envelope us wishing we were anywhere else/doing anything else than whatever it was at that particular time. If you're like many, you would simply groan, complain, or outright just start hating life. However, if you're like this fine gentlemen, Steve Chamberlin, you would take all of that pent up boredom and energy just wai...
  • Surepress: “I’m baaaaaaack”
    by Mike
    Posted May 28th, 2009 at 5:02 am
    While new info about the Storm 2 was revealed last week, most importantly, the observation that the Surepress "click" touchscreen was missing, would lead one to assume that said technology won't be present on RIM's next rendition of the love-it-or-hate-it Blackberry. However, after RIM CEO Mike Lazaridis sat down and layed the record straight at D7 yesterday, the Storm 2's typing abilities are now even more in question. Mr. Lazaridis was quoted as saying: "Surepress is here to stay", which a...
  • SATA devices soon receiving speed boost thanks to 3.0 Revision
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 1:13 pm
    In today's world it's all about speed. The faster it is, the better it is. While technical issues that deal with mandating specs, cross company support, and other "business partnerships" often bring forth delays, the outcome is often worth it. Case in point: SATA Revision 3.0 standards and devices. While the 3.0 Revision was announced waaaaay back when in August of '08, the Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO) has finally come to terms with whoever/whatever was holding up progre...
  • Party like it’s 1985 with the cassette Tape Tote Bag
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 12:04 pm
    Humans it seems, have a need to collect stuff. Whether it be gadgets or some other less entertaining thing, transporting all of this junk is a chore. Why look dumb and out of style when you can be cool and retro? If you have a love for all things analog and have a nice pile of junk that needs toting, the Cassette Tape Tote Bag is here to lend a helping hand pouch. Go ahead and splurge a little. The Cassette Tape Tote Bag will be the center of conversation when it makes the more mature rem...
  • Mercury On-The-Go Pro brings speed and high capacity to mobile storage market…leaves power cable at home
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 10:45 am
    Traditional spinning hard drives have been seeing increasingly larger storage capactities available in phsyical designs that are phsyically decreasing. Coupled with the growth/shrinkage is also the substantial reduction in price. I remember that as little as 1-2 years ago, a poratable hard drive in the 250GB range was upwards of $250. Now you can get the same capacity and phsyical size for much less, try around $100. Portable size is great, however one problem arises, the speeds at which m...
  • Air Trekkers: Run like cheetah, jump like a kangaroo
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 9:56 am
    While the human body has some pretty unique traits and characteristics, though, since we've lived with them for millions of years the "new car effect" has worn off and we are often left dreaming of other species' traits - such as flying, running faster, and jumping higher. Shown at the 2008 Olympics, Air Trekkers are looking to make living the life of a human being on planet earth a little more enjoyable. How so? With Air Trekkers, the wearer can now run up to 20mph and jump up to 10ft in t...
  • Verizon cares more about money…less about trivial things such as life
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 9:37 am
    Stories of horrendous acts of stupidity and shame emitting from various tech support/cs departments across the land are by no means an uncommon thing. It even seems at times as if a degree in stupid is actually needed to be a tech/cs rep. (I know not all reps are stupid...I'm merely highlighting a story...take it easy). Today's batch of incompetence comes to us by way of Verizon. Apparently a 62 year old man from Carrollton, OH in the midst of a mental breakdown decided it was time to end ...
  • Being a pirate and a poor swimmer now not so bad - Bulletproof Lifejacket ensues
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 9:08 am
    There are some occupations in the world that are less than ideal. Occupations that normal people would abstain from as it is too costly, dangerous, dirty, boring, etc. Being a pirate...(not a digital pirate) a real shoot-'um-up-give-me-your-money pirate carries some inherent risks that the normal water going individual might not encounter, say bullets and other projectiles being hurdled towards your body. Also to consider, being out on the open ocean for extended periods of time warrants t...
  • Skyfire for WinMo/Symbian leaves beta - Blackberry “Coming Soon”
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 8:40 am
    The mobile web is chock full of explosive growth both from users and well as content publishers, advitisers, and so on. Navigating this vast environment until a few short years ago was archaic and painful at best. Thankfully, as technology has progressed, so has our ability to navigate that oh so loved environment. For Windows Mobile and Symbian users, Skyfire has finally let go of that pesky beta tag and is now a full fledged product ready and waiting for you to try it out. Gizmodo got so...
  • Samsung flexible AMOLED display gets bigger - Mr. Blurry Cam investigates
    by Mike
    Posted May 27th, 2009 at 8:21 am
    While mobile device manufacturers are currently infatuated with touchscreens, the real deal and way of the future is held in flexible displays. With flexible displays comes a much wider range of applications for slappin' a display on to as well as a much greater durability that current displays just can't match. Riding the flexible AMOLED wave of the future, Samsung is using SID 2009 in San Antonio Texas as the location to unveil their 6.5-inch AMOLED flexible prototype. Whether or not you ...
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