Samsung Unveils Flexible OLED Concept Phone – Video


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It’s tough for a cellphone to be small enough to fit in your pocket and also big enough to pack a pretty display capable of doing everything you need done. Samsung is attempting to bridge this gap with a cellphone that features a foldable OLED display.

The company showed off the concept phone at the FPD International show in Yokohama. It opens like a book and reveals the flexible OLED, which clocks in at 2.5-inches. The company has offered no word as to when or if they’d put the phone into production. It seems like a great idea, though. Below is a video of the presentation:


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/de Posted on November 24, 2008 at 5:30 am (PST)
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Prada Announces Prada II Phone Will Accompany Bluetooth Watch


pradaii bluetooth watch Prada Announces Prada II Phone Will Accompany Bluetooth Watch

Prada has teamed up with LG to announce the Prada Link, a Bluetooth watch that lets you pull text messages and call information from the forthcoming Prada II phone. The Link features a tiny OLED screen that displays text message content, call history data, and the time. It even lets you reject calls if need be.

The watches have a short battery life, clocking in at just 48-hours. Prada hasn’t announced a price or if the watch will come free with purchase of the Prada II phone.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/1ei Posted on November 19, 2008 at 5:40 am (PST)
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FCC Documents Announce that Nokia N85 Coming to North America


nokia n85 FCC Documents Announce that Nokia N85 Coming to North America

It’s official, the Nokia N85 is bound for North American shores. Some FCC documents advertise the forthcoming release by making the User Guide and SAR report part of the public record. Nokia has yet to officially release pricing or a release date yet though.

The Nokia N85 is a handset that features a bright OLED display, a series of audio functions and a full-fledged GPS service.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/4ji Posted on October 31, 2008 at 6:32 am (PST)
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Casio 8.1 Megapixel W63CA – 480 x 800 Pixel OLED – Only in Japan


canon Casio 8.1 Megapixel W63CA   480 x 800 Pixel OLED   Only in Japan

November will see the release of the Casio 8.1 megapixel W63CA Exilim cellphone in Japan. The flip-top super-phone features a 480 x 800, 3.1-inch OLED display. Yeah, that’s right. 384,000 pixels on a display that tiny. The phone’s camera features a wide-angle lens, 9-point auto focus, face detection, anti-shake and a video mode that records VGA video at 30fps. Everything saves on to your standard microSD card. The phone comes in several colors, shown below, and no firm price has been announced yet.

w63ca colors Casio 8.1 Megapixel W63CA   480 x 800 Pixel OLED   Only in Japan


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/4jj Posted on October 27, 2008 at 5:10 am (PST)
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New Kodak OLED material ensures longer life and better colors


6 13 07 kodak logo New Kodak OLED material ensures longer life and better colors

Kodak has promised to release a new OLED material which will increase the life and color of your photographs. The new component is named EK-GD403 and uses a technology known as "green dopant" which, when combined with the OLED material, allows for efficiencies greater than 31 cd/A. It also promises lifetimes greater than 65,000 hours.

The company promises the material will be showing up in products soon but offers nothing by way of detail. Click the link for a press release.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/4jk Posted on October 25, 2008 at 3:37 am (PST)
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Hammer Releases Skinnable Morespace Hard Drive


10 31 08 morespace portable Hammer Releases Skinnable Morespace Hard Drive

Hammer Storage, a division of Bell Microproducts, has released the morespace Portable hard drive. The pocket-friendly drive is light, weighing in at less than five ounces. Inside the beast, however, exists a 2.5 inch HDD ranging from 160GB to 750GB. It’s a USB 2.0 device and can be customized with your own protective and decorative skin. Pricing is "upon request" so shoot them out an email. The 160GB – 500GB units are available now with the 750GB unit holding off until January of 2009.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/4s4 Posted on October 25, 2008 at 3:29 am (PST)
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Registry Hack to Download and Install Windows Vista SP2 Pre-Beta Version 6.0.6002.16489


windows visa sp2 beta Registry Hack to Download and Install Windows Vista SP2 Pre Beta Version 6.0.6002.16489

Windows Vista SP2 (Service Pack 2) has just been released in a private pre-beta to selected testers. If you can’t wait to install Windows Vista SP2 pre-beta version, then we’ve got a solution.

The Windows Vista SP2 pre-beta build is 6002.16489 (lh_sp2beta.080924-1740). To install it you’ll need a batch command script that will add the necessary registry keys and values into the system registry to allow Windows Update or Microsoft Update to automatically detect and verify the availability of the service pack to your computer.

The file can be downloaded from here, or here. After downloading extract it to a 6002.16489.bat file.

WARNING: By applying the registry hack, the user will download and install a non-stable version of pre-beta version of upcoming Windows Vista SP2, which is not intended for non-technical person. The Vista SP2 currently may be unstable, and cause more harm to the system rather than solving any problem.

If you are unable to download the file above, you can create a file called either 6002.16489.bat, or 6002.16489.cmd, then open the file in Notepad, or Notepadd++ if you have it, and copy and paste the following code:

@echo off

reg delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionWindowsUpdateVistaSp2 /f > NUL 2>&1
reg delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWow6432NodeMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionWindowsUpdateVistaSP2 /f > NUL 2>&1

reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionWindowsUpdateVistaSp2 /v Beta1 /t REG_SZ /d C21A5C64-2530-CC19-042F-9ABDB4ED27F9 /f
IF NOT %errorlevel% == 0 ( goto ERROR)

:SUCCESS
@echo.
echo ================================================== =========
echo Windows Vista SP2 registry key has been set successfully.
echo Please check for updates in Windows Update.
echo ================================================== =========
@echo.
goto END

:ERROR
@echo.
echo ================================================== =========
echo FAILED to set Windows Vista SP2 registry keys.
echo Please run this script by right clicking and selecting
echo "Run as Administrator".
echo ================================================== =========
@echo.
goto END

:END
pause

You may need to right click and Run as administrator.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/7py Posted on October 24, 2008 at 10:29 pm (PST)
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How To Install a SATA Hard Drive Into a Desktop


These are instructions on how to install an SATA hard drive into your desktop. The instructions here are most useful for those who want to add a second hard drive.

A much easier alternative is to hook up an external drive using a USB 2.0 or Firewire port. External drives have the added advantage of being portable.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/3k8 Posted on October 24, 2008 at 8:28 pm (PST)
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Princeton press releases how-to guide for hacking Sequoia e-voting machines


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Ah, America. Mom. Apple pie. Baseball. Cheating? Maybe my grandfather was right when he said "Computers? Buncha mumbo jumbo." Diebold recently admitted their voter machines were about as easy to hack as an Apple 2e and now this.

Princeton researchers spent a lot of time with the Sequoia e-voting machine and things don’t look pretty for the future of America. They released a 158 page report detailing just how easy it is to hack into it. A researcher was able to bypass the security mechanisms in thirteen seconds. This, also, was with the device located inside of the standard-issue lockbox. Thirteen seconds.I yawn longer than that.

Also, once hacked, it’s easy to transfer malicious code to other units as they are all networked together. Well, look on the bright side. Now I’ll finally be able to get ALF elected to congress. I’ve been dreaming of that since elementary school. Ha! I kill me!

Here is a link to the report.


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/53v Posted on October 24, 2008 at 7:42 am (PST)
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Google buys a fighter jet – really – no really


google jet Google buys a fighter jet   really   no really

In an ominous moment designed as a harbinger for the coming "search engine wars", Google has bought a fighter jet. NYTimes reports the company has acquired a Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jet, a light attack and trainer jet used by air forces around the world. What, besides destroying the three remaining Altavista compounds, is Google going to be doing with this fighter jet?

Helping NASA conduct experiments of course! They already loan out some of their other planes to NASA on occasion, being as how they share an airstrip. The jet was acquired to carry scientific instruments that could not be rigged up to the Boeing 757/767s and Gulfstream jets the company already own. Word on the street, is the jet could be used to help with the day-to-day functionality of the ESA Jules Verne satellite. Aw, those Googlers. So sweet.

In related news, Jeeves of Askjeeves.com recently bought a Supersoaker 2000. Go get ’em Jeeves!


Short Link - http://ngurl.me/2k0 Posted on October 24, 2008 at 7:24 am (PST)
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