Gadgets

Westinghouse Quad HDTV gives you 2160p! but why?

So 720p qualifies as high def right? And 1080p goes even further to be called “full” high def, but what do you call a screen that boasts the fact that it is 2160p? Well, Westinghouse has a 2160p HDTV that was shown at CES, and they are calling it the Quad HDTV. This Quad HDTV is 52 inches and has ...

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Swim with your MP3 player, seriously!

Nu has been selling their waterproof mp3 player NU Doplphin in Taiwan for a while, but it has only been put in the spotlight when it gets exported to Australia. First off this mp3 player is truely waterproof, as it complies with the fairly stringent IPX7 standards. Secondly the inner-earbuds are silicone-made meaning that will stay in your ears even ...

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1 in 8 men would dump their ladies for an iPod

Although this survey is hilariously stupid, it is also absurdly hilarious. The result shows that 1 in 8 men would dump their girlfriends for an iPod, and we don’t doubt it one bit. In fact, we are surprised that the results aren’t higher. The fact that this survey even existed reflects on the culture of modern technological times. The fact ...

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Zune update for podcast support coming soon?

If you happen to be the proud owner of a registered Zune (as I am), then you received an odd email in your inbox today. Why was it odd? Because it was so plain. It seemed like it was just a thank you letter from Microsoft for registering your Zune. Titled “Welcome to the Social” it seems like just any ...

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iCache lets you ditch all of your plastic cash

Are those credit cards pileing up in your wallet? Well, first off, you probably shouldn’t have that many cards, but if you insist, there might be something to come to your rescue. The iCache lets you register your credit cards online so that all of those credit cards can stay at home. The iCache keeps your card info secure (of ...

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Energizer Energi To Go saves the day for travellers

Now here is a very usefull product from Energizer that nearly every traveller can use. The Energizer Energi To Go allows anyone to take two AA batteries, place then in the Energi To Go, and charge their cellphones or other devices with those AAs. With the problems that are to be had with cellphone batteries dying at unexpected times or ...

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Haier MP3 mobile phone, small and kinda awkward

The announcement of the Apple iPhone was perhaps the biggest story that bloggers have latched onto like a suckling calf. It’s almost guaranteed to be the biggest story of 2007, and we’re not even half a month through it yet. So, it’s understandable that other companies are jumping on the band wagon of integration. Haier announced its Y-MP3190 to an ...

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Buddha Machine soothes soul and remains light on your wallet

With as many huge storage units for media that are on the market, they’re are relatively few dirt cheap alternatives for people who just want a little peace of mind. The Buddha Machine is a “sound box” from China which comes with 9 prerecorded loops and much applause from fellow meditation fans. With both a headphone jack and a built ...

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IOPS X11 is an iPod, or at least it looks like it…

Wow, a new iPod… Oh wait, no, it’s just a new IOPS media player that is just trying to mimic the iPod. Sorry everyone. So we know about the illegitimate knockoffs, now how about the legitimate ones. This X11 media player basically has the same controls as the iPod, just without the scroll wheel. One nice thing is that it ...

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PayPal Security Keys just hastle users even more

PayPal can’t seem to get a break. Because it is the main payment method of eBay, there are always tons of people trying to hack into the system and exploit flaws. Now, we understand that there shouldn’t be any flaws in the first place, but people shouldn’t be trying to steal other’s identities either. So here is a step that ...

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