Gadgets

iRecord what I want to in real-time

Why does everything that wants to be even closely related to Apple, inc. have to put an i at the beginning of the title of their product? Its getting really annoying; maybe Apple should copyright the i trademark so they dont get screwed over when they try to release something else with an i in front of it. The iRecord ...

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SliMouse is finger food sized

The portable mouse became a huge commodity once WiFi led the notebook market to explode. Then came the popularity of the wireless mouse. Now, here comes the EXTRA portable mouse. This thing is so small it should be called the baby mouse since it seems like an offspring of its big sister (which would technically be incest). The finger sized ...

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iRiver feeding the hunger with S10 and watch accessory

As you probably know, the iRiver is a direct competitor to the Apple shuffle. Coming in both black and white high gloss finishes, the iRiver is just about the same size as the shuffle and adds many features to what the shuffle lacks in nearly every department. The S10 has a 1.15″ color OLED screen which goes easy on the ...

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Sansa Express fits any budget, $60 for a gig!

If you haven’t already bought an iPod or any other MP3 player, you are pretty far behind the times, but don’t fret, all is not lost. Sansa has released its Express MP3 player that is designed specifically for those who don’t want to spend a large amount of money. It comes with 1GB of built-in flash storage, but if a ...

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Powercut does not prevent my house from lighting up during earthquakes

The scary thing about earthquakes is not so much about falling ceilings anymore, at least in Japan. More injuries are incurred due to the fact that the power is off and people can’t see (along with gas explosions, fire and falling shelf objects). Most commercial office buildings are equipped with emergency lighting, but what if you want them at home? ...

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Share a pedometer with your dog

The Japanese love dogs. They decided that it is a good idea to put pedometers on them and estimate how fit they are (no it doesn’t count the proximity between your kids and Michael Jackson). Supposedly dogs tend to move less when they’re sick. Anyway, if your dog has been running around in your house all day, you might not ...

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A total of 4 working iPhones on Macworld showfloor?

So there’re 2 iPhones spinning around in the glassboxes like snow-white, there’s probably one being held by Steve Jobs. Is that it? We rarely see hands-on pictures with the iPhone, we know that there was a preview a few weeks ago but no pictures were taken (for obvious reasons), and even when reporters requested to have the babies brought out ...

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Macworld: Creative Xdock for iPod emphasizes simple X-Fi audio tech

For all of you who haven’t heard of the Creative X-Fi and its wild claims of repairing your audio output to better than CD quality, here’s your intro. As stated, Creative’s claims for their X-Fi audio technology have taken people by surprise, but equally surprising is the improvement that the X-Fi really does make on compresses audio. Their new Xdock ...

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Surf all season long with uSurf

Out here in sunny Southern California, surfing is a way of life. Too bad that right now its winter, and the water is really cold for us (its probably between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit), so many of us have to go withdrawals and not get in the water until April. Lucky for us, Brookstone heard our cries and so ...

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Macworld: XtremeMac Luna wakes you up with style and sophistication

The XtremeMac booth has so many new products lined up on display at its huge floor booth at Macworld that it is hard to figure out what products to spend the most time on. On Tuesday, the new Luna iPod Alarm Clock Audio System is the winner. You have probably seen some nice iPod alarm clocks before, but it’s some ...

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