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iPhone Soap

04/07/2009, We’ve seen the Xbox 360 controller soap in the past, and here’s another surefire winner – the iPhone soap. It would be a pity to use this in the shower as it looks much better in the unwrapped form, but then again keeping such stuff for...

GMail Update for iPhone and Android

04/07/2009, Google has just announced a GMail update for the iPhone and Android platforms. Basic offline support and user interface improvements are on today’s menu. Google has taken into account that mobile networks are more unreliable than their desktop...

iTunes Introduce Variable Pricing Model

04/07/2009, Gone are the days where you are able to budget your monthly music expenditure on iTunes using the number of tracks as a benchmarks, as Apple has just introduced a variable pricing model on its iTunes Store, where various songs are going for $0.69, $0.99...

Touch-Display Coke Machine Running Windows

04/06/2009, Coca Cola is coming up with a Windows-powered vending machine that will gather more statistics than any other vending machine before it. The machine will not only offer more types of drinks and flavors of Coke, it will also know what was sold (and when),...

Samsung LCD Monitor With Super-Thin Bezel

04/06/2009, While most of us like thin bezels, only few of would actually pay a premium for super-thin bezels. However, thin bezels can be all the rage for a multi-display setup, or a display wall. Samsung just announced 46″ monitors that have bezels that are...

Google Brain Search For Mobile Devices

04/01/2009, We know that Google seems to seep into virtually every aspect of our computing lives these days, but they too could make a leap into the real world if this April Fool’s joke were to be realized. The Google Brain Search is an application for mobile...

Hotelicopter Is A Scam

03/30/2009, Remember the Hotelicopter story that we covered just a couple of days’ back? Well, this is just been confirmed to be a fake, but it sure has gotten tongues wagging around the blogosphere. Personally, we think that a flying helicopter hotel is going...

LEGO Business Cards

03/29/2009, If you’re working in the brick company LEGO, you’ll be the envy of your friends. Why? While the rest of the world keep to the view that business cards should strictly come in the form of – you know, cards, LEGO takes the road less...

Pink Light To Punish Teens

03/26/2009, Who would’ve thought that something as innocent as pink light could be used to punish teenagers? Apparently, this pink overhead light was specially designed to exaggerate acne, hoping to make the more self-conscious children so unhappy and insecure...

Ubergizmo Gets Down And Dirty, Live

03/26/2009, While we do bring you the latest gadget and technology news every single day, there are times where we are in the thick of action, and hence the presence of our live blog. If you have checked out our live blog for the past few days, we managed to cover a...

OLED’s Weakest Link Just Got Stronger

03/24/2009, The lifespan for Blue OLED has been improved by 25%, that’s what the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has announced. If you don’t know, OLED display use red, green and blue OLED lights. Currently, the blue one tends to deteriorate faster...

Adobe Director 11.5 with HD and Surround Sound

03/23/2009, [GDC 09] GDC is kicking off and it is a good time for Adobe to launch its new version of Director. The new features include a 5.1 channel surround sound audio engine, and now game developers can use real-time mixing capabilities to create audio effects....

30% to 40% Of D.C’s Homeless Use Cellphones

03/23/2009, According to advocates who work with the district’s homeless, that’s the proportion of homeless people who own (and use) a cellphone. This shows how much society has become reliant on these devices. Once considered as a comfort or a...