A $100 iPhone, $800 MacBook or $25 iPod shuffle could be hitting Apple stores the day after Thanksgiving — if analysts’ predictions are correct.
Barclays Capital expects Apple to price its gadgets very competitively for Black Friday, a consumer holiday when stores sell products at dramatically discounted prices…
Feminists have got their frilly, alluring, cherry-flavored thongs in a bunch over a new line of underwear released by sexy techie cum lingerie designer Lucia Lorio of Brazil. They think the line equates to a modern day chastity belt …
Its not really my taste but im sure some of you will like it.GeekStuff4U is offering some pretty nifty, hand-crafted, skull-shaped USB flash drives that can be worn as rings. The $156 price-tag may ward off non-geeks, but that’s the point. This item is only for people really committed to transferring data in style. lol
The plastic electronic newspaper has gone from concept to reality in the last year. A scientist at Cambridge University tried replacing the silicon chips we use in most screens (think iPhone) with plastic. The result is a lightweight and super durable screen….
Do you feel like showing your photos or videos on a wall ? The Pocket Cinema is here for you ( and for $525 ) the features includes a built-in stereo speaker, capable of projecting a 50 inches wide picture onto the wall. Other features projection image size 6″ – 50″, play the JPEG, MP4 and MP3 files, 1GB Internal memory, built in SD/MMC card slot, AV-out. Its lithium battery can play about 1 hour from a full charge. I like I like !
Shiro’s SQ media player takes a sustainable approach to playing your mp3s and videos. On the rear panel of the SQ, a solar cell generates electricity from direct sunlight– enough to fully charge the unit in four hours. Beyond the stardard mp3/wav/wma playback, the Shiro SQ also includes…
Like a big Storm in the BlackBerry World, here is the new touch screen, direct competition with the Iphone, The BlackBerry Storm (9500)includes a full HTML finger-navigable browser, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint editing capabilities, Bluetooth 2.0, 1GB of on-board storage with an 8GB microSD card bundled in the… MORE pics & Video after the jump
Luxury Brand Louis Vuitton already made a case for the Ipod, He couldn’t resist to dress the new Iphone with his brand new pattern the ” Damier Graphite “. Pretty clean and classy, I’m sure a lot of you will probably go for it ! Price : $250
Leica have stumped up with a new digital version of the classic M8 rangefinder, after their original M8 upgrade program, and dubbed it the M8.2. The company obviously subscribes to the “don’t mess with a classic” design philosophy, so there’s not much to see in the way of changes here but they are there…. [more pics after the jump]
This is Stupid, Useless but its a good idea !
I Am Rich is an iPhone/Ipod application that will cost you €799,99 or $999.99. Its description:
The red icon on your iPhone or iPod touch always reminds you (and others when you show it to them) that you were able to afford this.
It’s a work of art with no hidden function at all.
Czech designer Ondrej Vaclavik has designed the ‘timeless watch’, a digital watch and usb combined.
the idea for the ‘timeless watch’ was to incorporate time and information. the watch is lightweight and
will be able to be charged when connected to a notebook or computer. the watch is not available to
buy yet as it still a prototype. from ‘timeless watch’ by ondrej vaclavik
What a cool idea Samuel Lau had to mashup the Psp Slim and a Sidekick !!
Looks pretty decent and features a 3.2 megapixel cam round back, full frontal webcam action and the most notable aspect. a slide-up QWERTY keyboard! … more pics after the jump
I think this is a great idea, and although this item is relatively inexpensive ( $180 ), it has made me think about the relationship between technology and luxury. Philips x Swarovski usb key comes in 3 styles. They made some really cool earphones as well… more pics after the jump
Online shoppers have been waiting for this: a software application that allows users to virtually try-on clothing and accessories on their personal computer. Now Avielon Co. is debuting one, called Awaseba. The product is being marketed to online retailers, who can then feature the Awaseba service on their sites. A one-year rental fee for the program costs ¥630,000 (about $6,000)…