Tag Archives: pda

Making Out in Public With Instant Personal Space

I’ve never been one to shy away from public displays of affection. My criminal record is proof of that. But there are some of you who shudder at the thought of even lying a big fat kiss on your hooker loved ones with strange eyes glaring at you. Veasyble creates instant personal space, cocooning you and your partner in a ...

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Asus Blurring Line Between Desktops and Phones

It seems like only yesterday I was using my 350 MHz HP desktop. It was the creme of the crop at the time and ran the original Half-Life like a champ. Combined with my 3DFX Voodoo 3 graphics card, I was set. Fast forward to the end of 2008 and Asus is unveiling a PDA phone with an 800 MHz ...

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Time Tracking of Yesteryear Finds New Light

Apparently, NXT STEP blog reader DTAAX’s watch must have broke, which would explain why he designed this LEGO sundial. This DIY finds a new way to tell time the old way. It was built using the LEGO NTX platform (plus a PDA for trigonometric functions) using a slew of light and touch sensors, allowing the sundial to perform like any ...

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LEGO USB 2.0 Bluetooth Dongle

Messing with LEGOs is good times, even if you’re 53. That’s why some geek in Germany turned a few 2×2 transparent bricks (of a variety of colors) into high speed Bluetooth adapters. On sale in limited quantity, these bricks are priced at about $50 before shipping and handling. They’ll give you that “I’m an 8-year-old!” look and at the same ...

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To-Do Tattoo: Hardcore Productivity

What would you do if you were to lose your moleskin notebook or PDA as you scrambled around from errand to errand, desperately trying to finish all of your plans? You’d be totally clueless to what you had left to accomplish. The To-Do Tattoo literally adds a to-do list to the palm of your hand. Your very own “palm” pilot. ...

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Throw away the stylus: Finger tip controlled interface coming soon

One thing that has always turned us off about PDA’s is the inaccurate control the touch screens actually grant you. They hand you a stylus and send you on your way, but they neglect to tell you that the touch control does more messing up than it does controlling. Some researchers for Microsoft over in Redmond are working on a ...

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Commodore 64 To-Go: Retro gaming on the run

Sure, NES was the introduction to video games for most children of the early 90’s (born in the mid-late 80’s), but what about those of you born in the late 70’s and early 80’s? True, many of you would likely answer Atari or some equally low-bit system, though a nice chunk of you probably remember playing the old C64, the ...

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Motorola releases MOTO ROKR E6

Motorola has just released its PDA cellphone, the MOTO ROKR E6. Unfortunately, it’s only available in China, hopefully we’ll see it here sometime soon. This baby looks pretty sweet with its 2.4” 262k color touchscreen TFT display and its reasonable thickness of 14.5mm. The laser blue accented navigation outline still impresses. The E6 also has a 2 megapixel digital camera ...

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