Digital Billboards add movement to extremely large ads

And we thought roadside advertising was already obtrusive into our lives! Cisco Systems plans to have a multi-billion dollar business running through digital billboards by 2010. Google and Coca-Cola, among others, have already shown their interest in extending their advertising wings to these massive animated billboards. Interestingly, these billboards are already technologically advanced enough to actually interact with the people ...

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Belkin juggles your desktop and laptop with the Flip DVI-D

Belkin is releasing some very useful peripherals for your desktop and laptop right now, and we appreciate it. In addition to the Cooling Stand, they have also just announced the Flip DVI-D. So what does it do? The Flip allows you to plug in all of your other peripherals including DVI-D monitor, two USB devices, speakers, and what looks to ...

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Testing Sanyo’s stylus-free thumbwriting recognition: W42SA

One of the models that deserve attention in the Winter line-up of AU KDDI would be Sanyo’s W42SA. This phone supports a new kind of handwriting recognition that does not require a stylus, instead you would be using your thumb to “stroke” over the number keys. Of course you can still use the usual T9 predictive text system, but just ...

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Wristwatch piercing body mod means never forgetting the time again

You gotta give teenagers credit where credits due. There is no doubt that creativity seeps through the blood of many teenagers and here’s some proof. This watch piercing was done on an 18-year-old girl! This idea wouldn’t work for the squeamish. Technically you could say this is a body modification, since it is a piercing, but integrating a gadget such ...

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EA announces updates to Battlefield 2142 in Spring

It’s always nice to hear about video games getting updated so often now that online gaming is the way to go. EA has announced that they are going to be releasing a large upgrade to their game Battlefield 2142 in the spring of this year. Take a look at what EA has said about the update: Three new maps provide ...

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Sanyo household air purifiers remove VIRUS from air

Sanyo Japan announced today that they have started to commercialize their proprietorial virus-removal technology onto their line of air purifiers as well as air-conditioners. A regular air purifier removes dusts, if the pores on the sieve gets smaller, it can pick up flower pollens or even some bacteria. If you want to move up one level, we have sieves with ...

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Clarins protects your skin from WiFi, Bluetooth, Radar, Cellphone radiation and air pollution

French cosmetic conglomerate Clarins has recently introduced a new patented beauty product dubbed Expertise 3P. Supposedly this solution will protect your skin from aging due to Electromagnetic waves as well as air-pollution. The secret lies in the active ingredients Thermus Thermophillus and Rhodiola Rosea which are extracted from plants. We have no idea if this thing really works, neither do ...

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New Canon fax machine seems to hold tech back

While this new Canon fax machine labeled the JX200 looks very nice, one can’t help to wonder why anyone needs a stand-alone fax machine anymore? Aren’t fax machines so 90’s business room tech? With the thriving of multi-function printers that can fax, scan, copy, and have built-in phones, what is the point of this? There are advantages to having a ...

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Philips SRM7500 SlideShow compatible remote for Vista

Are you one of the many people overly excited about the new media center capabilites that are built into Windows Vista? Philips has begun to make its SRM7500 remote that is Vista compatable with a built in display. The display makes use of the SlideShow features to display information pertaining to what you are doing on the computer. While the ...

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