05/03/2012, An oil spill is not only a massive environmental disaster, it is also a huge public relations disaster for any company. It takes plenty of time and money to make sure that any oil spill is contained, and the amount of negative impact in which it has on resident wildlife is always something to ponder over. Well, the future might just seen nanomachines swooping in to launch a rescue mission […]
11/13/2011, Have you ever wondered what took so long for Apple to discover that their first generation iPod nano actually might suffer from the issue of an overheating battery? Yeah, having been released what seemed like eons ago, affected iPod nano units fall under the category of being sold “between September 2005 and December 2006″ – with Cupertino mentioning that the overheating happens only in “very rare cases.” I guess that […]
10/18/2011, The concept of an iPhone nano was rumored ever since the day the iPhone came out, although guessing by recent trends of smartphones sporting humongous displays, it could explain why those rumors of an iPhone nano eventually fizzled out. If you thought that those rumors of an iPhone nano was baseless and just ridiculous, a recently published Apple patent discovered by Patently Apple reveals that the Cupertino company had at […]
10/04/2011, Guess the iPod nano has not reached the end of its life span just yet, but instead is on the receiving end up a hardware refresh. Multi-touch capability is the latest addition to the smallest member of the iPod family with a display, where it will sport an improved fitness experience, sporting a 1.54″ color TFT display at 240 x 240 resolution (22o ppi). You will be able to choose […]
07/14/2011, Japanese research collaboration Life BEANS have paraded their nanotech fiber clothes recently at the Micromachine/ MEMS exhibition at Tokyo Big Sight, with a dress that will incorporate nano technology that can be used to provide warmth or cool down the wearer. To put it in a nutshell, the entire dress can be transformed into an electrical device by itself with such technology. This new fabrication process will enable additional flexible […]
05/02/2011, Remember the iPhone 4 Nano clone that was spotted awhile ago? Well the folks over at Giz-China found another version of the phone, this time sporting more features not present in the previous version. The new iPhone 4 Nano clone also comes in a white paint job – just like the recently released white iPhone 4.
04/18/2011, The folks over at Giz-China recently spotted a one-of-a-kind iPhone 4 up for sale by a handphone dealer in China. It sports a design that’s exactly just like the iPhone 4, except that it’s much smaller in size, fitting easily into the palm of a human being adult. Dubbed the iPhone 4 Nano, it even sports a Java-based operating system that looks just like iOS. Unfortunately that’s where all similarity […]
12/29/2010, Now, the idea of mounting your iPod nano onto a platform that you wear around your wrist like a watch isn’t new, but Brian Doughty decided to take the route less traveled with a new design known as The Notch. What makes it different from the many others that are already in the market at the moment? That is because it is constructed from a single piece of injection molded […]
09/10/2010, The multitouch experience has become a staple for many ever since the iPhone took the world by storm, and this has proliferated to a gamut of devices as well apart from Apple’s offerings. Eizo Nanao decided to bring the multitouch experience to your desktop thanks to the new FlexScan T2351W multitouch monitor, where it will play nice with Windows 7′s support for multitouch, lessening the use of your mouse or […]
06/02/2010, VIA recently demonstrated a working prototype of a dual-core x86 processor at Computex 2010 in Taiwan, where it runs at 1.6GHz and was manufactured using a 65-nanometer process. This dual core Nano DC was tipped to hit the market last year originally, but as we all know by know, even the best laid plans can get derailed due to circumstances. It looks like all the niggling problems have been weeded […]
06/02/2010, If design is your thing and you’re looking for a set of new speakers for your iPod, you could always check out iWave’s new Disk Speaker. It’s a pretty portable small speaker with a rounded design powered by four AAA batteries or DC, depending on your whim. It supports iPod nano 4G and 3G docking while other audio devices can be hooked up via the aux in cable. Pricing wasn’t […]
05/10/2010, When you’re shopping around for a new mouse, you’d normally notice offerings from Microsoft or Logitech. Dell wants to make sure that we remember it’s in the game too, and the computing giant has just released a new wireless three-button 1000dpi optical mouse with a scroll wheel. The WM311, as it’s called, sports a nano USB receiver that can be stored inside the mouse, helping you avoid the unpleasant scenario where […]
04/24/2010, VIA may not be as popular as Intel and AMD, but it’s still capable of churning out CPUs, and the company has just unveiled its Nano E-series CPU, bringing native 64-bit support, virtualization capabilities and other features to embedded markets, which is a positive move towards support for upcoming operating systems like Windows Embedded Standard 7. The CPUs will initially be available in speeds from 800MHz to 1.8GHz and are […]
01/07/2010, Those of you who are looking for a new wireless keyboard will certainly want to check out Microsoft’s Arc Keyboard, which will be available at Best Buy in February for $59.95. One of the more noticeable design quirks is its domed shape design, which will supposedly help make things more comfortable. Aside from that, the Arc Keyboard weighs in less than 1 pound, and has a built-in battery indicator.