Archive for January, 2010

Nano shoots video

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

The new iPod nano. Now rocking a video camera, a polished anodized aluminum finish, and a larger screen. Also making its debut: FM radio with Live Pause

projector phone

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Projector phone

Recently we get some hand on pictures for AT&T Lg expo Smartphone with pico projector. No strange, it feels so heavy, as it pack a 1GHz snapdragon processor, this point just makes the Windows Mobile experience a bit more tolerable. The Lg expo is a decent looking smartphone,  it’s definitely slimmer than all the HTC Touch Pro2 variants out there. If  you cancel the pico-projector attachment, it looks cuter , but without being too bulky. However, this will affect  its all  aexperidence.

Ford Takes Twitter for a Ride

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Why should drivers be without Twitter?That’s the question Ford (NYSE: F) chief executive Alan Mullaly is asking today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. His company plans to add a method for speaking tweets to drivers via Sync, an in-car digital automation and entertainment system it co-developed with Microsoft

Dell Mini Computer

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

Dell Mini Computer

These are the things you can do with the mini computer- go on the internet, games, make photo’s, carry around with your bag,and add stuff on the homepage.

These netbook computers are small and cute but are capable of serious computing.  Like other pieces of technology that have come along in the past, netbook computers were originally thought to be used primarily for surfing the web, email, and running web based applications.

Mp3 Spi

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

* 2GB built-in memory
* Holds up to 500 songs
* Video Player
* Full color display screen
* Ebooks, photos and voice record
* Compact and lightweight
Mp3 Spi

MIT’S A.I.D.A. –

Monday, January 18th, 2010

MIT’s A.I.D.A. -Affective Intelligent Driving Agent.

This is your very own friendly robot companion – Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s A.I.D.A.

The features of A.I.D.A that it can recognize facial expressions to to see if we are content with everything.

E-mails you when you need to change the oil in your car or remind you if your gas is low.

It rides shotgun in your car, well on the dashboard. It can read maps and navigate for you to your destination.

The way it communicates back is in a smile, a blink, or drooping it’s head to the side.

Just by that it’s being apart of your life. Also, give you feedback on your driving.

Bad Behavior has blocked 6 access attempts in the last 7 days.