Razer courts Xbox 360 community with ultimate arcade stick

by Edwin

Razer is an old hand when it comes to rolling out gaming peripherals, and you know by their pedigree that they do follow a no-nonsense procedure when churning out quality products. Well, this time around, it would be the Xbox 360 community who is set to benefit from what Razer has in mind – the company recently introduced a major closed beta program that intends to encourage community feedback on …

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Levitatr Portable Bluetooth Keyboard

by Mark R

I must admit that I could not do this post without a physical keyboard with keys. I tried to do a post from my Droid X before, and it just didn’t work. Apparently, James Stumpf has had the same problem when he was typing on his iPad, and he was on a an airplane when he had a funny yet inspirational thought. What if the keys could just grow up …

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Electrolux concept laptop is also a stove

by Mark R

Electrolux has a Design contest every year, and I take it that they just love concept designs. This laptop is one of the more unusual ones. I don’t know how practical it is, and you can see how easy it is to describe. It is a laptop that has a stove on it, for crying out loud. The first thing I could think of was “where is the keyboard”? I …

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Freddie Wong video shows the possible future of video games

by Mark R

Perhaps you have never heard of Freddie Wong before, but he is the winner of the World Series of Video Games in 2007. He is also a filmmaker with two very popular YouTube channels, and he makes some pretty awesome videos. One of his latest is called Future Motion Control Gaming, and it uses some interesting visual effects to show what could easily be the future. You can watch the …

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BAE Systems creates Adaptiv armor systems to turn objects invisible on infrared

by Mark R

If you look closely at the tank in this image, you will notice that it is covered with hexagonal-sectioned armor. The purpose of this honeycomb armor is that they dynamically adjust their heat emissions. This is BAE Systems Adaptiv armor system that allows vehicles to disguise themselves from infrared scanners. I’m sure you have seen how infrared cameras are used to see in the dark, as objects with heat look …

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OggBoard could spell the end for “bored” games

by Mark R

This is the Oggboard, and the “Ogg” is short for augmented reality. The Oggboard combines traditional turn-based strategy games with augmented reality, a nifty piece of technology that I have reported on more than once, for sure. The board has a simplistic yet unusual design where each user places his or her smartphone to view the specially made tiles. This board folds up easily for compact storage. You can watch …

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Nsquared Seamless Computing lives up to its name

by Mark R

What you are about to see in the video after the jump is known as Seamless Computing, and it really is where we are headed, as far as technology is concerned. The demonstration is courtesy of a company known as Nsquared, and it shows how a Windows 7 Mobile Phone, Kinect, and Surface can work together. As far as I know, Microsoft did not sponsor this in any way.

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MIT Media Lab City Car could be our automobile future

by Mark R

MIT Media Lab showed off this particular CityCar at a conference lately, and it is very good. Just to let you know, it is still a concept, but it should be full-sized and in production in about 2013. You can watch a video of it after the jump, and you can see that it has a very unusual folding ability. The folding is perfect for city parking places, where space …

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