Posts Tagged ‘sensor’
  • Nexus One multi-touch issues coming to light
    by Mike
    Posted March 3rd, 2010 at 8:17 am
    Is it just me or is the Nexus One becoming more problem prone? The latest issue surrounding the uber Android device has to do with multi-touch, more specifically when two screen inputs are extremely close together the points are flipped. Such occurrences obviously happen quite frequently as the only way to type on the N1 is via the on-screen keyboard. So how do we fix it? Well, we may not be able to outside of a large scale recall. According to Google engineer Diane Hackborn, it's not the...
  • New headphone feature: Brainwave sensor.
    by Mike
    Posted February 18th, 2010 at 6:43 am
    For most, when searching for a new pair of headphones, audio quality is usually somewhere near the top of the list. You know, being a device designed purely for audio reproduction, I would surely hope this is the case at least. But people have different likes and dislikes and companies cater to each and everyone. Some headphones shaped like animal heads, some actually vibrate to simulate the 18's in the back of trunks, and even farther "out there" still, some headphones now feature brain wav...
  • Find your perfect match with the Proximity Sensing T-Shirt. [Geeky-Love]
    by Mike
    Posted February 3rd, 2010 at 7:33 am
    Looking to find that perfect significant other that will fit to you like a piece of a puzzle? There are tons of of dating sites, social networking portals, and other tools for single people to find love in this vast world. For the geeky person however, I don't know of too many options (please correct me if I'm wrong). If you're a geek and really want to find that other special geek that ticks the same way you do, the Promimity Sensing T-Shirt is *the* only dating tool you need. The concept...
  • Toshiba’s new CMOS censor to bring 14 megapixel cameraphones in 2010?
    by Mike
    Posted October 27th, 2009 at 10:15 am
    Mobile photographers listen up, if you were looking for a higher megapixel count for your camera phone, step back, take a reality check and realize that camera's will not replace a good digital SLR anytime soon. In reality, real photographers already know that it's not necessarily the number of megapixels that matters most as it is the quality of the lens and algorithms/software used to shuttle physical images into "1" and "0" form. With that little factoid expressed, we can get on with th...
  • The Tweeting Kegerator: Two loves combined and the greatest innovation ever!
    by Mike
    Posted September 22nd, 2009 at 10:09 am
    Beer beer beer. How I love beer. Another love which I'm also become increasingly addicted to is Twitter. What better way to show of your geeky chops than to combine the two. That's exactly what SparkFun Electronics did. They took the company Kegerator, which was becoming increasingly difficult to monitor and keep full, and tapped (pun intended) into the real time tracking benefits of Twitter. The SparkFun Twitter account tells you such things as pull count, beer temp, and beer level givi...
  • PC Exports to China getting blocked?
    by Mike
    Posted June 16th, 2009 at 9:14 am
    Whether you agree or disagree with the Chinese Government's policies, one that should be universally condemmed is that of forcing spyware on your computer.  The software in question, "Green Dam Youth Escort" filtering software is claimed to be there "for the kiddies", protecting them from all of the trials and tribulations of the internet.  Besides the reports of massive security holes in this less than legal software, it appears that the almight iron glove supports theft as CyberSitter de...
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