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Friday
Jan072011

Lady Gaga's Polaroid Camera Sunglasses (CES)

Every year at CES, gadgets emerge that may sound cool but are pretty much gimmicks or short term projects. The Polaroid camera glasses fit that to a tee. For one, camera glasses are not new, but it is worth mentioning that this pair connects via Bluetooth to a portable printer that prints photos that are taken with the glasses. Besides that I think this is just showing off the fact that cameras can be built into almost anything. After the buzz clears I would not be surprised to find these in a Hammacher Schlemmer catalogue or next to the massage chair at Brookstone.

Friday
Jan072011

NEC LT-W Dual-Screen Tablet (CES)

This is yet another example of how far behind the US is when it comes to mobile devices. The NEC LT-W has dual 7in screens, an ARM Cortex A8 processor running Android 2.1. One can only dream for now since this will only be in the Japanese market with no agreement to be released anywhere else. But worth mentioning anyway...

Thursday
Jan062011

Motorola Xoom Tablet (Native Honeycomb OS) CES

One if not the most powerful tablet debuted at CES, consisting a dual core processor that is unknown at this time. It will be launched as an exclusive Motorola/Verizon product. 3G/Wi-Fi capability with future LTE/4G upgrade available. Will be interesting to see this tablet in action, current demos only show videos and do not allow for real hands. With availability in the fist quarter of 2011, this tablet will rival the upcoming Ipad-2.

Thursday
Jan062011

PixelOptics introduces the worlds first auto-focusing glasses. CES

Stowe away your bifocals and throw on the most advanced eye glasses in the world. PixelOptics is using liquid crystal lenses that can focus when you need them to. A simple tap on the side frame sends an electrical impulse that alters the liquid crystal lenses, causing them to focus on a specific area. They need to charge via an included cradle, one charge last up to three days. These glasses are set to be available some time in April at the beyond reasonable price of $1,200...

Thursday
Jan062011

Samsung Sliding PC 7-Series

Samsung's sliding pc scratches the boundary of a tablet and a netbook. This is the first slide out tablet design I've seen, which differs from the Lenovo U1 Ideapad that was shown last year at CES. I'd be afraid of the wear and tear over time but impressive tech nonetheless.

Thursday
Jan062011

Google Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) leaked video. (CES)

Preview of the upcoming Honeycomb update, running specifically for Android tablets.

Thursday
Jan062011

Samsung 9 Series Laptop (CES)

Samsung's new 13.3-inch laptop is branded the thinnest 13 inch laptop you can get. At 2.89 pounds and .68 inches thick, it rivals Apple's 13in MacBook Air. No optical drive, new Core i5 2537M processor, 128gb SSD, 4GB of RAM. The 9 series also packs a 400 nit LED backlit display. Consider this a alternative if your looking for a machine other than the Mac Book Air.

Wednesday
Jan052011

Vizio Via Phone & Tablet (CES 2011)

Vizio is trying to complete the home entertainment experience with both a tablet and cell phone that run Android with Vizio's own skin on top. Interesting to note that both these devices have a IR transmitter that will allow you to control your tv and other devices in your home theater. No carriers have been announced, as well as ship date. Not a bad option if you think of buying a Vizio bundle in the future.

Tuesday
Nov302010

Age Reversal for Mice......good or bad?

Harvard researchers have found a way to engineer mice with a gene that partially reverses aging. I have no doubt that this will eventually find it's way to the human market. The specific telomerase gene reversed many stages of the aging process including cognitive functioning and testes growth. Sense of smell was also regained in specimens of which had deteriorated senses of smell.

This is by far one of the most interesting developments in anti aging I have ever heard of. Credit must be given to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Depending on how you think of it this can be very good for us humans unless they find a way to simply make it temporary therefore making us always come back for more (most likely will happen) Or the worst of all scenario, this could bring upon the first stage of the zombie apocalypse........

Thursday
Nov042010

Skyfire for IPhone


Skyfire is a new browser that either managed to slipped through the cracks or it is actually Apple being lenient with it's approval process. The browser main feature is it gives IPhone users what they have been waiting for...sort of...this browser is able to take Flash video and encode it on the fly in order to let users view Flash content in IOS 4. The browser launched this passed Wednesday and was brought down due to the heavy volume of downloads. Even though Apple stills refuses to support Flash in IOS 4, I think Skyfire should be mighty thankful they were given the chance at the bountiful IOS users that were waiting for some type of Flash Content. All in all the browser performs pretty well, even though after experiencing some drag on launch day. It is built on top of Safari so many of the features are the same. But I just rather set it as my primary browser instead of switching to it when ever I want to view any Flash video. Last I heard it was sold out in the app store, so keep your eyes out for this well worth it $2.99 app.