NEO 808i compact mobile phone: Add it to your charm bracelet

When they say compact….they mean it. The 808i (as displayed after the jump as a pendant for a necklace) is the mini-me of mobiles. While its not the thinnest thing you’ve ever seen, it’s definitely a compact little thing. It’s actually a breath of fresh air to see a phone that doesn’t look like it will break from the power ...

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Monsterpod: the ultimate tripod

Do you ever want to take pictures from seemingly impossible angles, like walls or trees? No? Well if you did, the Monsterpod would be perfect for you. This tripod for any camera 20 oz or less is actually a tripod that can stick to almost anything, giving you the ability to place your camera in places you never imagined. This ...

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iPod Competitor: the Insignia NS-DA1G Sport MP3 Player

For those of you who donít want to dish out fat wads of cash for the newest iPod, here is an alternative for a good price. The Insignia NS-DA1G Sport MP3 Player is a 1GB player with MP3, WMA, and JPEG support, and that includes support from Napster and Rhapsody music subscriptions as well. Included software allows for quick transferring ...

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2.5 Gigapixel digital photo: Huh, pretty big

Day in and day out, we sit here and drone on about the magnificence of cameras that take lower then 10 megapixel photos. And all this time, we could of been droning on and on about a 4 Gigapixel camera! Stupid us. The 2.5 Gigapixel photo in question was created using 600 seperate merged images taken with a 4 Gigapixel ...

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LG UP3Flat Chocolate MP3 Player to rival Shuffle

Don’t like the fact that Apple has us by the balls with iTunes, the iPod, and every other product they have? So much of what they make requires proprietary software. Break free from the Man with the LG UP3Flat Chocolate MP3 player. LG has figured out that the style of design created with the Chocolate phone is the rage nowadays ...

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The truth lies in Skype: Lie detection software

Here’s something both equally useful and creepy. Skype has released software capable or reading the amount of stress in someones voice as you talk to them. Voice stress analysis (VSA) technology has been widely used since the 70’s, but is only now being integrated into public use. The software analysis the first 10 seconds of a conversation to determine the ...

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Vacuum shoes: Lazy bums rejoice!

As we gearheads sit in front of our computers all day, crumbs and other debris have a habit of collecting beneath our desk chairs. We know from experience that these entrails will not be cleaned until our girlfriends (or mother’s…pathetic) force us to vacuum. Which is why the prototype of these Electrolux vacuum shoes make us bounce for joy in ...

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The motorcycle that thought it was a car

We’ve all seen those three-wheeled motorcycles with a back end that looks like a camaro or corvette. Well, an Austrian company has gone one step further, building a complete car. What’s so unusual about making a car, you ask? Well, up until now, KTM has only made motorcycles, and their first attempt at a car, called the X-Bow, looks like ...

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BenQ DC X710 Digital Camera loses some flub

We are really starting to love BenQ. It seems that everyday another announcement or preview is released with their name stamped on some cool little gadget, and the X710 is just another great one to add to the BenQ collection. The ultra-thin and sleek design make this 7.2 megapixel digital camera a force to be reckoned with. The addition of ...

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