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  • Supposed iPhone 6 Display Cover Faces The Sandpaper Test

    Supposed iPhone 6 Display Cover Faces The Sandpaper Test

    The leaked component that’s being touted as the front screen of the upcoming iPhone 6 got a good workout in a video test by Youtube regular MKBHD (Marques Brownlee) when it first broke cover, and now Brownlee is back with a new video that takes the durability tests even further. This second round involves exposing the supposedly super-strong sapphire-based material to a true test of… Read More

  • Review: IMO Monster Touch

    Review: IMO Monster Touch

    The Monster Touch is an auxiliary screen for people who, well, need an additional screen. In case of the Monster Touch the idea is there, the execution needs some work however. I’ve found some situations where the screen came in handy and I can imagine that for some users this screen would do the trick. Read More

  • Optoma's Pico projector gets a mini screen in Japan

    Optoma's Pico projector gets a mini screen in Japan

    Japanese owners of Optoma’s DLP projector Pico for use with the iPhone/iPod Touch can soon buy a corresponding 8.5-inch screen [JP] from a company called Hometheater (the projector itself is able to produce 60-inch images). The A5-sized NS-01 will go on sale in Nippon on March 20 for $75. Read More

  • Sharp exhibits mini LCDs with 10 microwatt power consumption

    Sharp exhibits mini LCDs with 10 microwatt power consumption

    Sharp developed reflective mini LCD screens boasting a power consumption of 10μW. The devices were exhibited at FPD International 2008. Sharp showcased one 1.4-inch monochrome and one 8-color display with a resolution of 96×96 (pictured above). Power consumption is reduced by placing a 1-bit memory into each pixel (image data stored in the memory is retained permanently). The two… Read More

  • BoyGenius gives the Bold a thorough working over

    BoyGenius gives the Bold a thorough working over


    BoyGenius has apparently had his mitts on the BlackBerry Bold for a month now and gave an extensive review, (including recommending coffee before reading.) In short: “This is the device every single BlackBerry user has been waiting for. Finally a BlackBerry that ‘has it all.’” More review highlights include: a “gorgeous” screen, “We can safely say… Read More

  • Meet Anobar, Chumby's dark Japanese brother

    Meet Anobar, Chumby's dark Japanese brother

    http://www.ustream.tv/flash/live/174211 Anodos, a start-up based out of Tokyo, is currently developing a device, which is slightly similar to the Chumby. The so-called Anobar measures 354×85.5×97mm and weighs 2kg. The device features a FED screen (size: 288×43.2mm) with 640×96 pixel resolution to display information retrieved from the Internet over Wi-Fi (OS: WindowsXP Embedded). Read More

  • iPhone To Have Extensive Battery Life?

    iPhone To Have Extensive Battery Life?

    Looks like Apple is really making a huge gamble on the iPhone. The Cupertino-based company just upped the ante on the iPhone by claiming its battery will provide up to eight hours of talk time. Previously, Apple said that the iPhone would only have around five hours of talk time, making this a welcome announcement to all potential owners. Jobs also says that the iPhone will get 24 hours of… Read More

  • Planar Xscreen: They Might Think It's a Plasma TV

    Planar Xscreen: They Might Think It's a Plasma TV


    We’re hearing a lot of talk about gigantic-screen TVs, some of them costing upwards of $50,000, but if you’re using a projector, you can have a humongous-sized screen at a tenth of that price. This 100-inch selectively-reflective Xscreen from Planar has a built-in optical filter, reflecting light from the projector while absorbing room light. Perhaps its most appealing attribute… Read More