Archive for December 3rd, 2007

Nokia envisions fingerprint-reading cellphone displays


Cellphones with built-in fingerprint scanners aren’t exactly revolutionary, but a recent patent application filed by Nokia could foreshadow mobile displays that recognize and react to biometric inputs. More specifically, the technology would see a touch-sensitive user interface that could allow / deny access or morph depending on what user swiped their finger. Continue reading

Timberland HT2 Outdoor Performance Watch Gives You Time, Temp, Compass and More


If you by some miracle find yourself in the great outdoors this winter, what better accoutrement for your wrist than his Timberland HT2 outdoor performance watch? It has dials on top of dials, of course showing the time in both analog and digital form for keeping track of four time zones in all, but also times your outdoor frolics down to the 100th of a second. Continue reading

The smallest solar car of the world!


Would you like to have a solar car… but your income ($$$) not allow you, why not start with something small… very small? This Mini-car SOLAR is here to keep you amused. Continue reading

Enabled the colored labels in Gmail


Today, I encounter a new feature to open my mail GMail: the possibility of adding color to the labels that have defined.

This feature was previously only available through some firefox extension (like Gmail Label Colors) or script to greasemonkey, however it is now possible to enjoy the series in your mailboxes your gmail account. Continue reading

A new trailer for ‘Final Fantasy XIII’ is early to Come …


Another such authentic games desired by the universe jugón is’ Final Fantasy XIII ‘.

From the next day 12 and up to 23 of the same month Japan will take place in the Jump Party 2008, an event of enormous magnitude that focuses particularly on the manga and video games. It is in this scenario where Square Enix, among others, showing a new trailer of expected ‘FF XIII’. Continue reading

U27 Conical MP3 Player and Speakers Look Like a Warhead


The U27, with its neat military name, looks like something scary that Jack Bauer would defuse heroically whilst US citizens sweated in front of their tellies*. Luckily for us, it is not, or mass destruction of the world’s population would be just an “Add To Basket” click away. The U27 is actually an MP3 player with built-in speakers that costs just $89.99. Considering that they throw in a Toshiba 1GB SD card at no extra cost, it’s a bit of a bargain, really. [Deal Extreme via Shiny Shiny]

Toshiba and Samsung will share information on the NAND Memories


Two large companies linking their power. Toshiba and Samsung have announced that they will allow another company to use the products developed, including this memory LBA-NAND and OneNANDTM, Toshiba and Samsung, respectively, and all their derivatives. Continue reading