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Eco Digi Mode Disposable Camera

08/18/2008, Plaza Create Co. in Japan have launched a recyclable waterproof digital camera, called ECO Digi Mode. The camera will be able to take 3 megapixel shots, has a 2.4-inch display and also flash. The camera can be used up to a depth of 3 meters underwater and...

Lego Olympics

08/18/2008, Everybody seems to have been bitten by the Olympic bug, and Lego enthusiasts aren’t spared either. A group of 4,500 people from the Hong Kong Lego User Group spent quite a bit of time and more than 300,000 Lego bricks to create their own Olympic...

iPig Docking Station

08/14/2008, Here’s another iPod dock to join the party, the iPig. The iPig certainly looks like some kind of cross-breed between a (cute) pig and an octopus. The gigantic black eyes of this speaker are actually the speakers, which boast 25 watts of power, and...

Helly Hansen Odin Range

08/14/2008, Technology isn’t the only thing that goes to the 2.0 level, as fashion and fabric can, too. Helly Hansen is offering next-generation zips (yeah, and you thought that zips were perfect as they are already) in its new Odin range that are more than...

Sensacell lights up your steps, Roomba should follow

08/13/2008, This pressure sensitive floor will surely attract the attention of those who walk on it (especially Michael Jackson fans), if it were a little smarter, one might get it to lit up just a little in front of you when walking in the dark. While we’re at...

ImmobiTag Protects Your Bicycle

08/04/2008, ImmobiTag is something that people who own a bicycle might want to take note of. If you’re worried about your previous bicycle being stolen, the ImmobiTag is a device that can be attached to your bike, via a one-time installation method, and...

OCZ Behemoth Mouse Pad Is Big

07/24/2008, OCZ has just announced their latest mousepad, the Behemoth. The Behemoth is quite a suitable name for this mousepad, especially once users take into account its large size, and measurements of 380 x 260mm and is 4mm high. The Behemoth utilizes a material...

HP Hates Trees

07/21/2008, I guess this really confirms the fact that HP hates trees – after all, aren’t they one of the more famous names when it comes to those tree killing devices known as printers? The Register has picked up a story from reader Stephen Strang about...

3D Animation is a better method in teaching sign language

07/17/2008, That’s according to Hitachi researcher, Hirohiko Sagawa and his cohorts see limitation in previous method used to teach sign language, among them include, textbooks, videotapes, and software. With this in mind, they have created a prototype mobile...

Opera Mobile 9.5 Beta Released

07/17/2008, Folks who have long waited for Opera Mobile’s 9.5 beta need not wait any longer, as it is currently available for download. As with any beta program, you can expect to discover your fair share of bugs and problems, so make sure you contact the...

Mobissimo introduces social networking feature MobiFriends

07/15/2008, Mobissimo is a travel search engine that helps users find the best deals from over 180 travel sites simultaneously. Today, CEO Beatrice Tarka told me that they are rolling out MobiFriends to add a social networking flavor to the site. Mobissimo...

iOLYMPIC Wastebasketball

07/09/2008, Since the Olympics will be held in China this year, Chinese designer Li Jianye aims to bring more sporting fun into your office with the iOLYMPIC Wastebasketball. Perfect for those who have plenty of paper to throw away after making mistake after mistake....

Wireless Child Locator

07/04/2008, The Brickhouse Child Locator by Brickhouse is a device that lets you keep a constant watch on your child in public areas. This device works by attaching a tag to your child’s clothes or shoes to work as a homing device should your child leave the...