We are in so many situations where having to pull out our phones to check for a message is just not possible or even appropriate. Have you ever missed a call because you didn’t hear your phone ringing or couldn’t feel the vibration?
Author: Colleen McColl
The SUSE Moblin is supposed to be the most user-friendly Linux netbook option for consumers. It comes pre-loaded with Novell’s SUSE Moblin OS, a 10-inch screen, 1.66GHz Atom N450 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a 250GB hard drive.
iRiver has introduced the K1 at CES 2010. The K1 is just the company’s internal product codename, it will be sold as the iRiver Smart HD. The gadget features a 3.5-inch screen, 480 × 320 pixel resolution with 16 million colors and sharper image quality
The XJ-S57 is smaller than a sheet of letter-sized paper easily fitting in a briefcase or laptop bag. It’s environmentally friendly being Merucury-free.
When Cowon’s W2 info was leaked last November from the Bluetooth certification page we basically learnt all we needed to know, except for; what it looked like. The company has just thrown up a teaser page for the product.
Mad Catz Interactive has unveiled the new Cyborg R.A.T. All key points of contact between your hand and the mouse comes fully adjustable making it customized for whichever way you want to grip it.
Crosley’s portable turntable, the Revolution, has actually been designed for portable use. It’s battery powered, has a headphone jack, and is as small as a turntable can possible get.
On January 25, exclusive to Verizon Wireless, the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus will be offered with vital updates.
Light Blue Optics is a small startup company at the CES show this year and is making quite an impression. We dreamed of it about 8 years ago, the Virtual Keyboard, but now it’s been taken to a whole new level. Light Blue Optics (LBO) announced – Light Touch – an interactive projector that turns […]
MSI is the first company to show off a working prototype of their dualscreen e-reader. And it’s everything you ever dreamt of – sort of.
How do you share your photos, online or in person? Some of us don’t know what to do with them; they simply turn the camera around and try to view the pictures on that tiny dark LCD. Slice has designed a camera for those people in mind to improve the sharing experience with several features.
Users speak into the phone, let the handset analyze what you’ve said, then it translates the sentence and repeats it, out loud, in the language requested speaking with inflections of that language.