Month: October 2007 (Page 1 of 2)

Phone Ferris Wheel Thing

If you wonder why a benign ferris wheel is shown here, it is ConnectLand’s USB Ferris Wheel Phone Stand. If your life is hopelessly boring, then you might enjoy this USB-powered (or 2 AAs) that will let you know when you have a phone call. The wheel spins and plays music and makes you feel 5 years old again.
What the heck. It’s only $27 and you can pass it along to the kid next door. Check the YouTube Video
Features:

Incoming phone call alarm with rotation of the Ferris wheel
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Bluetooth Earpiece

A great little stocking stuffer here – Nokia’s new Bluetooth earpiece, the BH-101. It boasts eight hours of talktime, 180 hours of standby, Bluetooth 2.0 (with EDR, Handsfree v.1.5, and Headset v.1.1), and best of all, it is affordable at only $40. Ho- Ho – Ho

Canadian iPhone Rumors

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No WiFi for St. Louis
Posted on October 28, 2007 at 4:06 pm (PST) |

Another WiFi plan for a city bites the dust. Now St. Louis faces the same outcome as the plans proposed by AT&T have hit major snags.
The company has announced that it will not be covering the city’s 62-square miles with wireless internet, but that it will instead, build a WiFi pilot project in the downtown core.

Terabyte Flash Drives?

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Canadian iPhone Rumors
Posted on October 28, 2007 at 4:10 pm (PST) |

No confirmation here, but just a rumor that Rogers might be launching the iPhone in Canada on December 7th. Stay tuned…

Smart Suit

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Beyond Google?
Posted on October 27, 2007 at 4:46 pm (PST) |

Video, Design, and E commerce? Woah. Talk about innovative. Cephrus is a small company set up in the heart of California’s Wine Valley and is producing some of the most innovative and cutting edge software and ideas that I have seen. By the looks of their portfolio, they mainly stick to wineries, but i wouldn’t be surprised to see this start-up handling more lucrative companies e-business, design, read more

Totally Classic Rock

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Whoever thought of this should have listened to me
Posted on October 26, 2007 at 12:50 pm (PST) |

Solar Power Calling

Elan’s new Vero ENB-100 device is, according to them, the"world’s first solar-powered Bluetooth hands-free car kit. As long as there is available sunshine, you are good to go. At night, you have 15 hours of operation on a single charge. Get it in the UK only for £60 (or about $120).
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Skype Mobile

Skype Mobile

Posted on October 26, 2007 at 12:41 pm (PST)

Neat Freaks

Finger Controls In Car

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Mobius Loudspeakers
Posted on October 26, 2007 at 12:46 pm (PST) |

The Mobius MKII loudspeakers claim a full 360 degrees of sound at reference-level quality. 38-inches tall, it uses four drivers in its 8" bipolar array.
Naturally they will be available in a variety of high-quality metallic and piano finishes.
If you have a spare $10,000 – $15,000 then you can pick these up next Spring.

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