09/21/2011, Sprint’s been increasing its prices a lot recently – first it was the early termination fee, then it was the upgrade fee and now it looks like they’re about to deliver another blow to its customers. The folks over at SprintFeed managed to get their hands on an internal document detailing the changes to its Mobile Hotspot Add-On plan. According to the document, folks who use their phones as mobile […]
08/19/2011, Electronic Arts knows that there are full of Star Wars fanatics around the world – which is why they are rather worried that the sheer number – or should I say, force, of fanatics will actually hop on the Star Wars: The Old Republic bandwagon when it is released, where such a huge number of players might actually cause a deterioration in server performance that the game itself ends up […]
06/09/2011, Great news for 4G device users on Sprint’s WiMAX network. According to a leaked photograph of a Sprint memo, the current 1.0Mbps upload speed cap for its WiMAX devices will be given a boost to 1.5Mbps. The boost will only affect mobile devices such as their EVO 4G and Epic 4G phones, but “fixed” devices like their desktop modems won’t be given the same treatment. It’s uncertain why Sprint made […]
04/01/2011, When you’re out camping and you haven’t settled down to rest in the middle of the night while still in the woods, you might need a little light to guide your way in the even the sky isn’t bright enough. And while you can hold a torch to guide the way, what do you do when your hands are full? Introducing the 5 LED Hat Clip On Lamp. Powered by […]
03/28/2011, Netflix has just issued a statement that they will be slimming down the bandwidth demands of its video service in Canada, which means streaming there will rely on a lower 300MB per hour bitrate which consumes 66% less data but with “minimal impact” on the perceived image quality. This choice would mean the viewer can watch around 30 hours of Netflix on 9GB of data, and that without reaching its […]
07/06/2010, Word on the street has it that mobile carrier AT&T could very well be capping upload data speeds, with several cities such as New York maxing out at 100kbps, which is 10% of what other places get. This appears to be a regional ‘problem’, and some of the locations affected since the weekend include NYC, Central Jersey, Boston, Orlando, Seattle, South Jersey/Philly, Columbus, Cleveland, West Houston, Phoenix, Northern Colorado, St. […]
12/14/2009, Want a spy camera that has some practical day-to-day use? Well, check out the Cap Spy Camera, which is (obviously) a spy camera crammed into a fully functional cap. It’s capable of shooting photos and videos in VGA resolution at 25fps. You’ll be able to save stuff until you fill up its 4GB storage space.
10/06/2009, Just how smart can a cap get? The SmartCap, it seems, was developed for miners where it is able to monitor a driver’s brain waves for signs of fatigue, followed by relaying a warning signal to the computer display in a vehicle to recommend the driver to pull over and get some rest. Currently, trials of the hat have proved to be successful, where it is able to reduce the […]