Computing

High Tech: Yankee Stadium

While I’m not a Yankees fan, one can’t deny the popularity and rich history of one of the most famous baseball teams ever. Their new stadium is still being completed in time for the 2009 season that starts next month and it’s shaping up to be quite the experience. Shown above is the 103-by-58-foot 1080p display that will show fans ...

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OHM64 MIDI Controller

You’ve got beats, you’ve got a party. How are you going to bring it? Simple. Wait until Livid releases its OHM64 MIDI controller. It features a built-in LED matrix with push buttons. This will allow you to sequence only the cheesiest of 4/4 beats, ensuring maximum danceability. There are also plenty of knobs, buttons and sliders for you to play ...

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Cardboard Laptop Cases

Check out these laptop bags from designer Giles Miller. He does wondrous things with cardboard, attaches a leather belt and calls it a laptop case. While I love the look, it’s still a cardboard case. What happens if it rains? In fact, scratch that. Who cares. Didn’t your laptop come in a cardboard box? If you hung onto that, why ...

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Peek Unveils Pronto Email Device

We’re no strangers to Peek here at Gearfuse. The original device has gained somewhat of a cult following and has generated enough revenue and buzz for a new device. Today we have that device and it’s called the Peek Pronto. What’s so special about the Pronto? Exchange support and Push email. This is a huge move from Peek that’ll allow ...

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POV iPhone App Allows For Endless Fun

We’ve covered our fair share of persistence of vision gizmos here on Gearfuse. You know, you wave something around in the air and the message is written in the air. You can easily get a kit and build your own POV toy but why bother? You most likely have an iPhone so just download the Light Writer app from the ...

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DIY iPhone Stand Will Eliminate Debt

Have a spending problem? Recession got you in a pinch? Go grab your wallet and your iPhone and I’ll teach you how to kill two things with one stone. Grab two credit cards from your wallet, preferably the two that still need to be paid off. Good, now get some scissors ’cause you’re cutting these fuckers up. Follow the instructions ...

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Nintendo To Roll Out App Store?

Take this rumor with a grain of salt, but there’s indication that Nintendo could be coming out with an App Store of its own for the Nintendo DSi. The device has two cameras on it, so it makes perfect sense to allow third-party developers to take advantage of the DSi’s unique hardware. Sources say that Nintendo is actually pushing this ...

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Beat Blender Prototype

The Arduino continues to power innovation and creation well into 2009. This blender, created by Matti Niinimaki, is rigged to create beats. No smoothies here, folks, just pounding techno full of cheesy sound FX. The Beat Blender prototype reads fruit embedded with RFID tags that are dropped into it. Hitting different blending speeds (Puree, Liquify, Blend, Grind, etc.) will add ...

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Microsoft Unleashes Internet Explorer 8

Like a bat out of hell, Microsoft this morning released Internet Explorer 8. As the follow up to the ultra-successful IE7, version 8 has a lot to live up to considering how commonplace Mozilla’s Firefox is becoming. New features include searching with images, web slices, new accelerated rendering engines and…well, yeah. That’s the gist of it. Walt Mossberg from the ...

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Ballin’: iHoop From Spalding

Basketball can be fun when you’re with a couple of friends. Just the guys, chilling back and shooting a few hoops. But how do you get pumped before a game? Perhaps you listen to music on your iPod, like Michael Phelps does. Or, maybe you’re more of a Twitterer, like Shaq. Either way, getting Spalding’s new iHoop will get everyone ...

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