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Samsung Could Commercialize Rollable OLED TVs In 2013/14

12/07/2010, Samsung Mobile Display’s senior manager, Kim Seong Cheol, has introduced a 0.2mm flexible AMOLED display that can be easily bent and the company is apparently capable of producing a 0.1mm thick (thin?) flexible AMOLED display. With such technology...

eJOUX Electronic Jewelry

12/06/2010, We’ve seen folks out there who wear plastic/rubber bands on their wrists with different statements or designs to seem fashionable or perhaps show support for a cause. With technology advancing at the rate it is, wouldn’t it be much cooler if...

Google Launches eBookstore with Over 3 million eBooks

12/06/2010, Google eBookstore application for iPod There have been many rumors about Google launching its new eBook venture by the end of the year, and today, it is official, the new Google eBookstore is born, offering over 3 millions eBooks. The Google eBooks Web...

360-degree 3D Camera Sees The World Like A Fly Does

12/06/2010, We’re fairly familiar with surround sound, but this camera created by the smart folks over in Switzerland offers surround vision of sorts. The device features 100 small cameras around the sphere and allows you to see in 360-degrees in 3D. The camera...

Professor Embeds A Camera To The Back Of His Head

12/05/2010, We previously mentioned that a professor out at NYU was looking to install a camera at the back of his head, and now he really has gone ahead with it, and the project is called The 3rd I. The camera is a removable device that can be affixed to a titanium...

Mini Bluetooth Keyboard With Laser Pointer

12/05/2010, There are plenty of Bluetooth mini keyboards out there, but the question is: how many of them offer a built-in laser pointer? If you ever find yourself needing a wireless keyboard and laser pointer during your presentation, this $45 device is probably...

Lufthansa To Offer Wi-Fi On Intercontinental Flights

12/05/2010, German international airline carrier Lufthansa will be the first to introduce the much-awaited Internet connectivity for International flight from the US, departing from New York, Detroit and Atlanta into Frankfurt. The service is slated to offer wireless...

DIY: Make Your Own TSA Body Scanner

12/05/2010, The whole issue about TSA scanners is a hot topic at the moment, which is probably what spurs some folks out there to hack up their own DIY body scanners. That’s exactly what one person out there did, cobbling together a centimeter wave scanner...

Vizio Wireless HDMI XWH1RX System Visits The FCC

12/05/2010, You might not see many products that offer Wireless HDMI, but Vizio is aiming to offer one more device for you to choose form in the form of the XWH1RX. The device has just paid a visit to the FCC, bringing it one step closer to you. The reports indicate...

Flix on Stix Takes Redbox Movie Rentals to USB Memory Drives

12/03/2010, Flix on Stix is hoping to take on Redbox by making DVD rentals available on a different medium–USB memory drives. Rather than have rentals be available on DVDs like Netflix’s mail model or Redbox’s kiosks, Flix on Stix would allow...

Back-Up Cameras Required on All New 2014 Cars in U.S.

12/03/2010, The U.S. government is passing a mandate that all vehicles in 2014 must come equipped with a rear-view camera, otherwise known as a back-up camera. The camera, which would be mounted near the rear license plate, would display video of what’s going...

Google’s Social Networking Service To Be Called Google +1?

12/03/2010, We previously caught wind that Google’s upcoming social network project was codenamed Emerald Sea. Now word is going around that the project has already received a newer name, which is “Google +1” or “Google Plus One”....