• Sonicum Speakers: Now With a Special Something

    PC speakers typically have no design aesthetic to speak of — box, woofer, tweeter, wires. NEXT! Sonicum’s soon to be released speakers at least have a personality. The 15-watt speakers, which should be available this May for around $120 (or for $80 if you buy ‘em before April 6), resemble a speaker icon when viewed from the side. Now, they’re just PC speakers, so… Read More

  • Insignia PMP Now With Bluetooth

    Insignia’s newest PMP is bursting at the screws with tons of features. The most notable is the addition of Bluetooth for compatibility with wireless headphones. If you like to watch video’s on your PMP then the 2.2-inch LCD should do the job quite nicely. If you’d rather listen to Opie and Anthony on the radio then I’m sure the 20 FM presets will suffice. The internal… Read More

  • Canon's PowerShot TX1: A True Hybrid Camera


    Along with the Sony Cybershot DSC-G1, Canon’s $499 PowerShot TX1 was one of the more innovative new compact models shown off at this year’s PMA convention. You’ve probably seen and read the details on this compact beauty that shoots high-def video (1,280×720) at 30fps and captures 7.1-megapixel stills through its 10X optical zoom lens that works whether you’re… Read More

  • SXSW 2007: Dan Rather Keynote


    We just got to Dan Rather’s SXSW keynote. I don’t know what specifically this will have that is tech related, but I’m live blogging it anyway. Read More

  • Samsung HD Photo Box Stores Your, Um, Photos


    We’re not sure about the usefulness of the Samsung HD Photo Box for average consumers, but photo/video enthusiasts that really love to look at their shots on a high-def display will probably want one. The Box connects to your HDTV via HDMI and contains a 250GB hard drive for image storage. The front of the unit features a 4-in-1 memory-card reader, a USB connector with PictBridge… Read More

  • Gorb: Taking Personal Reputation To A New Low

    Online reputation online is a fascinating area, partially because eBay, through their feedback score, is the only company to have reached scale. Startups like Rapleaf and iKarma are still young and struggling. Perhaps their flaw has been in taking the high road, and going out of their way to ensure that reputational feedback is being left by verified identities. New startup Gorb, which I… Read More

  • Balancing One-Wheeled Scooter

    This guy’s scooter is like the Segway in many ways, but you don’t look like a tool riding this contraption. Your speed is controlled by shifting forward or backward. Apparently it’s very intuitive to ride. Two 12V batteries power the 400W traction motor. An ADXRS300 Rate Gyro and ADXL202 dual axis accelerometer keep you on your feet so you don’t eat it in front of… Read More

  • Video of Our High Tech Military Might in Action

    Our brave men and women are fighting “over there” and they’re using some pretty advanced equipment to bring freedom to a desperate people. This video delivers eight glorious minutes of our bravest detailing the technology they use to spread democracy around the world. Lots of awesome explosions and guns in this one. My favorite is the eyepiece the soldiers use to check… Read More

  • Mundu IM V4: Mobile IM On the Cheap

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  • Playstation Home Launches In October

    According to “third party relations” Q&A document released on the Sony Developers site we’ll be seeing Playstation Home in October. Closed Beta testing will begin in April going through August with 15,000 users. Open Beta will be available to 50,000 users starting in August until its Live launch in October. Other tidbits worth noting include the size of the initial… Read More

  • SXSW: Liveblogging Dan Rather

    Blake is at SXSW right now and trying to liveblog all the keynotes. He already blogged Phil Torrone doing his geekenwerk until PT and his friend Limor turned on a cellphone jammer and shut down his WAN card. Head over for some good coverage of a great event. SXSW 2007: Dan Rather Keynote Read More

  • False Alarm: Beatles Still Not on Online Music Stores

    The Beatles will not appear on an online music store any time soon. Wippit, some small potatoes online store, just “announced” that they secured the rights to sell Beatles songs online. Except they were lying. EMI, the company that owns the rights to the Beatles’ music, told them to remove the inaccurate press release or they’d unleash hell. Frankly, I don’t see… Read More

  • Sidekick 3, Heroic Girl Save The Day

    When you’re faced with a break in and only have seconds to react, grabbing your phone and hiding in the closet is an excellent choice. That’s exactly what 12-year old Katie Ruiz of Queens did when two armed men broke into her home with pistols. Katie thought fast by grabbing her Sidekick 3 she had just recently received and running to a closet for safety. Inside she dialed 911… Read More

  • Express' Play List Jacket: Is That an iPod in Your Pocket?

    Pseudo fashion clothier Express will release the iPod-compatible Play List Jacket later this month. Just like every other iPod-compatible article of clothing, it has a slot to fit your music player and built-in buttons to control the tunes. And of course, the jacket is “contemporary” and “elegant.” Fancy iPod man jackets cost $248. Awesome, you already dress like a tool… Read More

  • LG Shine Dipped In Gold And Folds

    Just announced in SK are LG’s two newest Shine models. Details are skimp, but I don’t anticipate anything new or exciting from either. The Shine we’ve come to know and love has been dipped in gold. The CDMA version will be launched in SK in the coming weeks. Details on the clamshell Shine are very scarce and it seems to be unchanged feature-wise. We haven’t even heard… Read More

  • T-Dancer Sound Sensitive Shirt Great For Illegal Raves

    Those who are currently sober at 11:10am on a Monday morning probably won’t understand the beauty of this. But to those who are drunk or using, the T-Dancer is some of the coolest apparel out there. On the front is a dancing lady with a neon-colored background. Nothing special, right? Incorrect you are my friend. The shirt comes with a sensitivity dial to increase or decrease the amount… Read More

  • Viewsonic PJ258D: First Projector to Feature an iPod Dock

    The Viewsonic PJ258D, the first projector to include a built-in iPod dock, will please both men in suits and everyday users. Laptop Magazine just gave it a thorough look-see and only had a few problems. First, while it’s cool and all that it includes an iPod dock to play your videos, the projector’s menu interface is pretty bad. Since part of the reason why the iPod is so popular… Read More

  • Gucci Phone Fake Because I Say So

    On March 9th, Engadget Mobile fabricated a charming story on a Gucci-branded cellphone. After looking at the above-left picture for about 45 seconds, I realized it was Photoshopped to all hell and back and is never going to come out. Ever. I mean sure, with the recent announcement of that iPhone rip-off LG Prada phone, one could easily imagine the fashion house of Gucci coming out with a phone… Read More

  • The iPhone In Total Summation

    I think every person who sees this feels a bit better about their Monday. I know I do. Official Site [The Joy of Tech] Read More

  • Mundu IM V4: Mobile IM On the Cheap

    Mobile IM is the number four cellphone killer app — the other three are, in order, voice, SMS, and Snake — but, surprisingly, it’s the hardest to use. Of all the IM programs I’ve tried, only Danger has managed to make it seamless as possible. Mundu, a new product from Indian developers Geodesic is coming in a close second. The product supports AIM, MSN Messenger… Read More

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