Acceleration Sensing Glove aka Virtual Keyboard

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Have trouble tearing yourself away from the computer? Good news! Scientists at Berkeley’s Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC) have invented a way to make hands, things you can take everywhere, the only keyboard geeks will ever need. Berkeley grad student, Seth Hollar, developed a set of prototype gloves that took the place of a keyboard. […]

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Motorola Develops New High-Speed Chip Technology

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Communications equipment supplier Motorola Inc. unveiled breakthrough technology on Tuesday that blends the low-cost virtues of silicon computer chips with speed-of-light optics to create faster chips. Motorola said its research arm has found a way to combine silicon, the basis of most computer chips, with gallium arsenide, a costlier chip-making material, to create a high-speed […]

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First Mouse with a Built-in LCD Display Delivers SMS Messages

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The .comMouse is setup to receive information automatically and always updated. The search and retrieval of updated information is the task for an intelligent device. Everything that interests you like auction offer, shopping bargains, stock prices or the latest news – you determine what you want to know. The rest is the job for the […]

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Olympus Introduces the D-40 Zoom, World’s Smallest 4 Megapixel Digital Camera

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Olympus announced today the D-40 ZOOM, the world’s smallest 4 Megapixel digital camera. Capturing detailed images that will satisfy the most demanding photographer, the D-40 ZOOM measures just 3.4″ (wide) x 2.7″ (high) x 1.7″ (thick). The D-40 ZOOM is not only one of the smallest, but one of the most technologically advanced digital cameras […]

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Ultrahybrid Batteries

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When General Motors’ electric buses hit New York City’s streets for a test run a couple of years ago, the company found that the new hybrid vehicles—propelled by a diesel generator and electric motors—burned less than half the fuel of a conventional diesel and created 90 percent less pollution. One hitch: the roughly 5,000 dollars’ […]

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Netvox PDA uses FLEX, IrDA

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Netvox Technology Co. Ltd has developed a PDA that adopts the FLEX code format and IrDA message transmission. The device incorporates a 32-bit CPU, 16M memory, handwriting recognition and touch screen with a stylus. It features six working groups, namely: news covering general news, road reports, weather updates, sports and entertainment; global finance with international […]

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Quiet Calls Interaction

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The funeral for your spouse’s cousin’s great aunt by marriage is running long and suddenly your cell phone starts to vibrate in your pocket. You discreetly peek at your caller ID – it’s an important call from your partner. You need to know immediately what he’s going to say. Do you whisper into a cell […]

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Handwriting Recognition In Motion

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Simply put, the PC is entirely useless without a keyboard and mouse. The same argument could also apply to a personal digital assistant, which lacks both elegant data input and navigation solutions. This is a problem OTM Technologies believes it can solve. Based in Herzliya, Israel, OTM Technologies has created a technology that measures motion. […]

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Philips Unveils the New “JackRabbit” External CD-RW Drive

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Consumers who want a stylish, easy-to-use portable CD-ReWritable drive will find exactly the right answer in the new ‘JackRabbit’ external drive from Philips. This compact CD-RW burner offers an outstanding combination of performance, design and easy interfacing, which makes it the perfect choice for all those who want a go-anywhere CD Rewriter for data backup […]

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10Gbps to the Home Over Existing Cable Networks

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Rainmaker Technologies, Inc. announces landmark technology capable of delivering 10Gbps of digital capacity to the side of the home over existing cable networks. The company is a fabless developer and marketer of silicon solutions that enable cable operators to deliver carrier-class fiber speeds over existing last mile broadband infrastructure. “Our digital modem technology allows the […]

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Access Distributes Free Web Browser for PlayStation2 That Runs on Linux

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Access Co., Ltd. announced free distribution of the demo version of its Web browser, “NetFront v3.0 for PS Linux,” which runs on Linux for the “PlayStation2.” Access began download distribution of the demo version of NetFront v3.0 for PS Linux on the company’s Web site for the users of the beta version Linux kit for […]

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Sprint and LG Infocomm Introduce the Sprint PCS Phone TP5200, ‘Smartshell’

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Sprint and LG InfoComm today announced the availability of the dual-band Sprint PCS Phone TP5200 handset. It weighs only 3.5 ounces with its standard Lithium Ion battery attached. Available exclusively through Sprint PCS, the TP5200 has been designed for ease of use, offering an external Caller ID screen, menu-driven navigation, voice memo, voice-activated dialing and […]

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Handspring Goes Wireless

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Rumors have been circulating for long now (as they usually do), talking about an imminent announcement from Handspring regarding the release of two new models – code name Ace and Columbia. As it turns out, it wasn’t Ace and Columbia that was about to be announced – it was the Manhattan and Shea instead, whose […]

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Palm’s Next Wireless Device on the Way

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Palm’s upcoming wireless handheld has moved closer to launch after the company received regulatory approval Monday for the device, which Palm is calling the i705. According to documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission, the i705 will have a built-in antenna, a universal connector for add-ons and syncing, and a postage stamp-size Secure Digital expansion […]

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