Humping USB Dog

Humping USB Dog
Harley and Duke are naughty doggies. They won't eat out of their food bowls; they track mud all over the place; they are constantly burying our pens; and they have a peculiar naughtiness whenever they spy a free USB port. They...well...they sort of, kind of, um... "go to town," if you will. And they won't stop until you um...separate them from the source of their affections.

DXG and Geotate bring first geotagging video camera

DXG and Geotate
DXG and Geotate is a geotagging company and in collaboration with the DXG DVH586 platform, this video camera can geotag with the best of them. It runs on the Yuma geotagging software and is intended for those that like to film and upload to YouTube immediately afterward.

The iPhone Clone

Meizu M8
The terminal Meizu M8, clone of the iPhone, Some Taiwan media echoed the possibility that as of December can buy in China, unfortunately there are neither dates nor information on their export to Europe or the U.S.

What is known is that this clone will have a distributor in India. Only one version will be put up for sale, the 8GB for a price around $ 384 and $ 469.

Video camera all-terrain, ATC5K Oregon Scientific Action Camera

ATC5K Oregon Scientific
Video camera all-terrain, ATC5K Oregon Scientific Action Camera
Dimensions: 114.3 x 50.8 x 76.2 mm,LCD 1.5″, Video recording at 640 x 480 30 FPS,Image capture,Water resistant and shockproof, Internal memory of 32MB, SD slot, up to 4GB, USB, Remote control, Compatibility with Windows and Mac OS X, It works with 2 AA batteries

Netgear unveils a couple more wireless routers

The NETGEAR Wireless-N Router (WNR2000) and Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem (DGN2000) deliver the highest wireless performance and longest ranges to support today’s Wireless-N notebooks and adapters while providing simultaneous support for legacy 802.11g devices. The Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem incorporates an ADSL2+ modem enabling users to easily and seamlessly upgrade existing equipment provided by DSL Internet service providers. The WNR2000 and DGN2000 both incorporate efficient Energy Star-qualified power supplies and feature an on/off switch to save energy when the network is not in use.

The NETGEAR Wireless-N Router (WNR2000) and Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem (DGN2000) enable users to quickly and easily establish a secure network with a robust security feature set that includes: double firewall (NAT and SPI), Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack protection, Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS), WiFi Protected Access(TM) (WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK), Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), Wireless Access Control to identify authorized wireless network devices, and Wi-Fi Protected Setup(TM) (WPS) for push-button connection of network devices.

The Slim Trim Razor

The Slim Trim Razor
The Slim Trim Razor was designed by James McAdam, a London-based designer, and it features a caliper and two razor blades. This is a serious trimmer! You can get your sideburns groomed to perfection without forking over the cash for a professional trim.

Sega Toys’ Handheld Aquarium in your pocket

Sega Toys’ Handheld Aquarium in your pocket
Handheld Aquarium from Sega Toys offers users in its Wiimote-crossed-with-iPod form. This toy is very similar to those Tamogotchi toys. It features a fish in an aquarium that shows up on the screen that you must take care of if it is to survive. The world around your creature grows as it grows, giving you more options for gameplay. You can play either a dolphin or an angelfish and there are three mini games you can play with your digital pet.

The B-Series : Sony Walkman Players

The B-Series
ony may not ever beat out the iPod, but they are still in the portable music game. In fact, this isn’t the first time we have covered Sony’s new Walkman series, but last time, we only had a little information and no picture of the B-Series.

As you can see, the B-Series is a capsule shaped wonder that looks a lot like your typical USB flash drive. That is because the end of the B-Series is designed to pop off to reveal a USB port for some Plug-and-Play action.

The MP3 player is designed with an FM tuner, and has a quick charge function. Unfortunately, I have heard from my sources that the battery life is not long. I have also heard that the display screen is incredible tiny, as you might be able to see.

LG KC780 Pictures Surface

LG KC780 Pictures Surface
This LG KC780 could be the slimmest 8 megapixel camera phone so far, although the Samsung Pixon is officially measured at 13.8 mm so far.

* A TFT display with limited touchscreen support
* Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity
* USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 2.0
* Video recording at 30fps
* 140MB of expandable memory

MSI PR211 Notebook

MSI PR211 Notebook
New notebook coming out from MSI - the MSI PR211 Notebook. The PR211 is equipped with a 12.1″ display with a resolution of 1280×800, graphics card ATI Radeon HD 3200, processor AMD Turion X2 Dual Core ZM-80 2.1 GHz and 2 GB of RAM, with the possibility of expanding up to 4 GB if necessary.

Data storage is done through a 250 GB SATA hard drive. In addition, there are also built optical drive DL DVD-RW, adapter Wireless LAN 802.11 a / b / g / n, slot ExpressCard, 1.3-megapixel webcam, port HDMI, three USB 2.0 connectors and 3-in-1 card-reader .

Sonoro Cubo Elements Alarm Clock

the Sonoro Cubo Elements
The Sonoro Cubo Elements alarm clock is oozing with style and slick design, it’s already lost quite a few points in my alarm clock scorebook because of its minuscule LED clock. On the plus side it features a black high-gloss lacquered finish with an easy to use brushed metal LED-illuminated dial, and you can choose to wake up to an MP3 from your collection, or your local radio DJs via an AM/FM tuner. There’s also an ‘Internet’ version of the Cubo Elements that can wirelessly stream over 10,000 different online radio stations which is perfect for people like me who wake up curious about the weather and local politics on the other side of the world.

The Xenium X600

Xenium X600
Philips has lots of electronic devices which are really great but for some reason they keep making cell phones too. The Xenium X600 is the latest model announced. It’s an entry level phone which doesn’t have any significant features to show off. You will get a 2 megapixel camera, GSM/EDGE and Bluetooth support. There’s space for a microSD memory card and the battery will get you about 9 hours of talk time.

Dell releases 7609WU DLP projector

 7609WU DLP projector
News, Dell has recently released its 7609WU DLP projector without much fanfare, although this model is pretty capable with the following specifications :-

* 16:10 aspect ratio
* 2,700:1 contrast ratio
* 3,850 lumens brightness
* Desktop or ceiling-mounted
* Supports front and rear projection configurations
* Throws images up to 301″ in size
* Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture viewing
* Ethernet connectivity
* Two HDMI inputs
* Two VGA inputs

Each purchase comes with a fully functional remote control as well as an integrated laser pointer for you to make your presentations all the more convincing. The $4,999 Dell 7609WU DLP projector uses a 300W lamp with a rated life of 2,000 hours - extendable to 2,500 hours in Eco mode while compromising on brightness and picture quality.

Sony Ericsson's GreenHeart

Sony Ericsson's GreenHeart
Sony Ericsson's GreenHeart concept phone -- and if this is what saving the environment looks like, we approve. It looks sorta like a retooled W880, but you won't find any brushed aluminum here; instead, the GreenHeart's made with some crazy plastics that go easy on mother nature. It's bundled with a new charger that shuts off when the phone doesn't need any juice to save energy, but one think it's not bundled with is a manual -- the guide is entirely electronic to save paper.

Super Kid 4-port USB hub

Super Kid 4-port USB hub
The $14 Super Kid 4-port USB hub gives you four of the funnest USB 2.0 ports you'll ever have, and the arms / legs are totally pliable, too. I beat many cute women will buy this because this USB also cute. :)

Press shots of Verizon's BlackBerry Storm surface - Engadget

Press shots of Verizon's BlackBerry Storm surface - Engadget

New Optimus Aux Shots

New Optimus Aux Shots
This site provides free Flash conversion online. It can convert any YouTube movie or any other Flash file online to AVI, MOV, MP4 or MP3. Supposedly, using a special open-source Flash technology, it can convert Flash to MPEG4 faster and losslessy than a typical transcoder. You simply submit the URL of the Flash file and it goes to work.

First up, the service uses a subscription model. Just pay a low monthly fee (Engadget reports it's $2 to $4 per channel) and you can download and watch any shows from any available channel. A handful of channels will also make content available on a pay per download basis.

Sounds like a great service, but if at all possible, please don't support sites like this until the WGA strike is over. No money paid (and dollars earned in advertising, if there is any) right now for this service will go to the people who wrote the shows - it will go to the studios and networks. Once the strike is over and the writers have negotiated "new media" into their contracts, have at it, but please support the writers until that happens.

Amazing 150″ Panasonic Life Wall TV

Life Wall by Panasonic. An extremely thin 150″ TV that does amazing things. It has face recognition so that it recognizes the face(s) that watch it and adjusts the display or program to that person’s preferences automatically.
How about having a TV that will move with you as you walk around the living room to keep the display right in front of you? The display would be large or small depending on how far away from the screen you were. It could display a screen saver instead of a black screen when turned off.

Powerful life-size images could dance with you, and videophone linkups would look like the caller was in the same room.

Video games would take on a whole new dimension with endless possibilities. School could be at home while the teacher could be at school. IP cameras would give the feeling of being there. None of this is science fiction. This is all part of Panasonic’s Life Wall TV.