The shape of things to come?

by Marc - on October 28, 2005

Just as we now look back and chuckle at the size of, for example, the original Sony Walkman I can’t help but wonder if we’ll be doing the same with these in the next decade. First it was the PDA wristwatch. Now Eurotech have announced a wearable PC. Granted it looks like a prop reject from Space 1999 but as a way of taking information with you the idea is …

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by Anita - on October 27, 2005


How many times do those small pesky insects bite you or someone in your household during the spring, summer and autumn months? I bet, several times. In addition, if you are like most people you get real tired of running into the house and getting some over the counter medication for the itching that causes your children to become drowsy and some adults to become cranky. Are you ready for …

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The TV Listener

by Anita - on October 26, 2005


Are you tired of trying to hear your favorite television shows with all the noise in the house? Do you always hear your wife tell you to turn down the TV while you are watching the big game? Do you wake up in the middle of the night and wish you could turn on the television without disturbing your spouse? If you answered yes to any of these questions then …

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The ultimate seat?

by Marc - on October 26, 2005

Toto toilet control

I wish more Japanese gizmos were available to us in the west. Take this for example. Clearly the picture is of a control panel. But for what? An air conditioning system? An alarm clock? No, it’s the control for a toilet seat!

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What have Google got in store now?

by Marc - on October 26, 2005

If the rumours are to be believed Google are readying another weapon in the quest to assimilate the entire internet. Google Base looks like a sort of information free-for-all where you can put “stuff”, tag it, and get it indexed. Ars Technica have a more coherent and detailed look at the idea.

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by Marc - on October 26, 2005


If I didn’t know better I’d swear this was something from the pages of The Onion but unfortunately I think it’s the real deal. Worried about your cat catching birds? Strap a neoprene bib around it’s neck so it can’t actually strike them. Or better yet, don’t get a pet that’s genetically programmed to hunt… If this looks like the answer you’ve been looking for you can pick them up …

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IBM assists Microsoft’s Xbox 360

by Keith - on October 26, 2005

Xbox 360

Powered by IBM processor, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 finally revealed its secret that engineered its huge data-crunching processing speed. Earlier last Tuesday, attendees at the In-Stat Fall Processor Forum obtained a sneak preview of what made up next generation Microsoft Corporation’s Xbox 360 game console. Where in today’s computing desktops, Intel and AMD are looking at dual core CPU. As for Xbox 360, the interior comprises of state-of-the-art THREE PowerPC cores …

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What iZ it, it’s an iZ

by Al - on October 26, 2005

iZ Musical Dancer

As you can probably tell by the picture this is one strange gadget, if we had to guess what it was just by looking at it we’d also struggle. According to the inventors of the iZ the green alien looking thing is an “interactive animatronic DJ/speaker” which basically means it’s a speaker that moves and you can interact with :). You can connect it to your favourite music player using …

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