Before you indulge in knowledge one-upmanship on your iPhone or any other electronic gagdets, just remember that not everything on the Internet can be trusted and your mileage of truth will definitely vary. Technorati Tags: MSNBC iPhone apps knowledge turn-off Help spread the word!
Pity the Motorola folks didn’t see this coming. Otherwise they could have dominated a new category of devices with variations of the same theme: LAZR, TASR, ERASR… you get the drift. The Rong Zun 758 Razor is a GSM phone that features a detachable bottom plate covering a built-in shaver, along with dual SIM card… Read More »
If Eric Schmidt is serious about saving the newspaper industry, perhaps Google can come up with a :CueCat-like device (I even thought of a name for this: CURL) that can recognise URLs published in news articles and wirelessly direct a user’s computer to the relevant webpages without requiring the user to manually type out the… Read More »
If you are, take the wrist ball (a.k.a. power/strength ball) for a spin to prove your mettle. How does it work? Just attach and pull the red cord, and rotate the little gadget in your hand as fast as you can. The faster you spin it, the heavier it will seem in your hand and… Read More »
The rise in gadget popularity has prompted the invention of words such as technosexual and Crackberry. This article from The Sydney Morning Herald discusses what gadgets really say about the people that own them. Wonder what it would have said about owners of Jesus phone or Superman phone. Technorati Tags: Sydney Morning Herald gadgets Crackberry… Read More »
If ever there is an inappropriate item for business travellers, this must be it: a clock that looks like a bomb. Made by Banpresto (you’ve guessed right, a Japanese firm), it is called “Danger Bomb Clock” but fortunately doesn’t cost a bomb. Instead, it wakes you up with a ticking noise and a flashing light.… Read More »
WLL – that’s the acronymn for a favourite Singaporean expression: wait long long (or dang gu gu in Hokkien). ANALysts have been harping about converged devices for as long as I can remember, many of them focusing on how devices will converge – PDA and mobile phone; mobile phone and MP3 player; mobile phone and… Read More »
Before you dismiss this hilarious Groen Brothers video as a silly joke, it’s worth noting that someone has already filed a patent for a mobile phone application (“wireless communication device with integrated defibrillator“) that could enable a mobile phone to deliver an electrical charge to someone’s heart in an emergency situation. However, the safety of… Read More »
Apparently CrackBerry addicts have a difficult choice to make in life. According to a post on Gulliver, Economist’s business-travel blog, 35% of BlackBerry users who responded to a survey conducted for Sheraton Hotels & Resorts “would pick their BlackBerry over their significant other if they absolutely had to choose one to live without”. More worryingly:… Read More »
For those of you who are around long enough to remember, the ubiquitous USB flash drive started off as a thumb drive. Now a company is taking us down memory lane (no pun intended) in a very literal sense. Technorati Tags: USB flash drive thumb drive literal design Help spread the word!