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New Nook Pre-orders To Ship In Dec

11/09/2009, It looks like Barnes & Noble’s Nook is going to get off to a flying start in the e-reader business, so much so that the company has already begun telling new customers not to expect delivery on the device (which will be released soon) until the...

Control Your RC Car Via iPhone

11/08/2009, Want to add some zest to your world of remote-controlled cars? Well, Joker Racer looks like it’s aiming to do just that for you, by allowing you to control your RC (remote-controlled) cars through the Internet via a web browser. This is achieved by...

8-bit Processor Device Looks Snappy

11/08/2009, Is the software running on mobile devices nowadays too bloated? Well, considering that the hardware currently available is quite powerful, we certainly can’t blame the developers for beefing things up (especially when everybody wants more features)....

Ionic Battery Technology For The Future

11/07/2009, We’ve seen laptop and computer technology improve in leaps and bounds, but one thing that’s been rather constant is the crappy battery life, thanks to lithium-ion technology which hasn’t been replaced just yet. Is that set to change?...

LTE Connected Car Of The Future

11/06/2009, Ever wondering how your car could become more high-tech, without having to be turned into a time-travelling DeLorean? Well, a partnership between tech companies and content providers are cooking up the idea of a prototype “LTE Connected Car”....

New Duracell Battery With Power Meter

11/06/2009, It’s always irritating to dig up a bunch of half-used batteries in the drawer and not be sure which ones are usable. Duracell has probably been listening to a bunch of complaints from users, and came up with the Duracell Ultra Advanced with...

Remote Control Car Drives On Water

11/05/2009, Bored of having a remote control car that can just burn rubber on the pavement? Well, check out the G-Bound remote control car, which you can send on missions on the water too, thanks to its inflated tires and waterproof body. Just make sure a wave...

Google Countersues In Android Battle

11/05/2009, Despite the Motorola Droid getting favorable reviews, there are other battles for Google’s Android to fight, as is the case with the Android trademark issue. Google has filed a countersuit against Illinois entrepreneur Erich Specht over the Android...

New Eneloop Batteries With Colors

11/05/2009, Find rechargeable batteries dull and boring? Well, Sanyo’s latest Eneloop Tone batteries introduce some bright colors to (try) and make the batteries look good. In case you aren’t familiar with Sanyo’s Eneloop batteries, they are cable...

Detect The Mood And Condition Of Skin

11/05/2009, The folks over in Japan sure come up with some weird products. Apparently Bandai, the folks who came up with the Tamagotchi, has come up with a new device that you can hold up to your face and receive detailed information on its quality and health. No...

ST-Ericsson U8500 Platform Has 3D Muscle

11/05/2009, Will ST-Ericsson’s U8500 platform change the mobile graphics scene in the future? Mobile phone graphics haven’t really taken off, aside for a few exceptions, but with the U8500 platform integrating ARM’s Mali-400 graphics processing unit into a...

uSmart M1C Mini Netbook

11/05/2009, If you thought the 7-inch version of Asus’s EeePC was hard to use, you’ll most certainly have problems with the uSmart M1C 4.8-inch netbook, spotted at a trade show in Hong Kong. It sports an Intel Atom Z530 processor, Intel GMA500 graphics,...

New Samsung Robot Vacuum Cleaner

11/05/2009, If you’re wondering what makes this new vacuum cleaner from Samsung any more special from other models. Well, the “Tango”, as it’s called, sports no less than 13 sensors, a new and improved gyro sensor, a camera, newly designed...

New Blob Material Responds To Magnetism

11/03/2009, Material that hardens and softens depending on the situation is always cool, after all, we fairly sure some of you want to make your own Iron Man costume sometime in the near future. A team of researchers at Japan’s Yamagata University have come up...