ZINK Inkless Portable Printer in the cusp of your grip

Demos 2007, a tech convention not as well known as MacWorld or CES, though still worth its weight in coolness, is the site where the Zink has unleashed. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, ZINK technology starts where Polaroids left off. ZINK is a handheld printing device capable of printing digital photos without the use of ...

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Splitfish asserts ability to rumble feature for Sixaxis

While the PS3 has the highest price of any of the 3 next-gen consoles, as of yet, it hasn’t done too much to impress the market in terms of rising up above the Xbox 360. On topic here, the issue of the leaving behind of the DualShock’s rumble feature. A company named Splitfish has claimed that they have the capabilities ...

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Hauppauge WinTV-Nova-TD lets your laptop become a TV

TV tuners are where it’s at. Hauppauge has just released a new dual-antenna notebook TV tuner dubbed the WinTV Nova-TD. It connects to your laptop (or desktop if you need it to) though its USB interface. It connects to two antennas which pick up the digital TV signals. It is able to combine the signal from the two into a ...

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Sony firmware 3.1 just fixes hacks

So for you few but growing number of Sony PSP owners, you are probably used to the flow up firmware upgrades. While constant firmware upgrades usually seem to signify a progression in usability, in this case it seems to be more about the fixing of hacks and workarounds. Nothing new with version 3.1 of PSP firmware which has been released. ...

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Casio announces 10.1MP Exilim EX-Z1050 digital camera

Casio has announced its’ newest addition to the Exilim family of high pixel point-and-shoot digital cameras with the EX-Z1050. This 10.1MP has a few distinguishing differences between itself and the previous EX-Z1000 model. The first thing you might notice about the Z1050 is the smaller size. It’s a scant .95″ thick, with a width of 3.85″ and a length of ...

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New iPod Shuffle colors released!

Apple has released a new improvement on the line of the iPod Shuffles: colors! Instead of the plain, boring silver, you now can choose between pink, green, blue, orange, and silver. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any specs have been changed, it’s still only a gig, still $79. So if your children (or you) have been asking for a Nano ...

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Cakebot: Taking cake cutting to the next level

[ev type=”youtube” data=”4O4x9J4PnSI”][/ev] If we had to wait this long for our cake to be sliced and served, we’d start making cookies instead. Cool idea with the legos though. And hey. With a faster motor, who knows? We’re lazy enough to get one. If we wanted to see cake being cut this slow, we’d spend our birthdays at our grandparent’s ...

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Self-Cleaning Litter Box makes cat less stinky

All pet owners out there are sure to know a few handy and helpful gadgets of you own, but we doubt you’ve heard of this one. The Self-Cleaning Litter Box, or Litter Round-Up One-Touch (pretty catchy, huh?), makes cleaning up after a cat as easy as pushing a button. With the press of one button a built-in rake dumps all ...

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Doctor Who Voice Changer Helmet makes you a Cyberhead

Possibly the most famous shows about time-travel to ever break through on British and America crossover TV is bound to have some cool accessories. Dr. Who flowed through British televeision screens for over 30 years. The Doctor Who Cyberhead Voice Changer brings a piece of the show into your home, Product specs include: This Voice Changer is a replica Cyberhead ...

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LG “premium folder” LG-SV260 mobile phone

LG has become a monster of the mobile industry. They have new product launch announcements nearly twice a week it seems. The LG-SV260, just released in Korea, is said to be a “premium folder” of tools and features for businessmen. ‘Motiquette’, short for mobile etiquette, keeps callers informed of when they are calling you during a meeting or appointment through ...

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