Check Flash is a freebie program that helps user to test and format flash drives with the utmost ease. It is designed for maintenance operations as well. The interface is a simple with a single window available, which provides all the test-related settings while presenting the drive map, log and verification progress. The application is capable of running both read and write tests in order […]
Google is launching Google Voice, a service that helps users manage their voice communications more efficiently. The service converts voice mail into text messages or e-mails so they can be also read. At the moment, Google is only offering transcriptions to existing customers of GrandCentral Communications, a telecommunications service provider that it bought in July 2007. The company offers customers a single number through which […]
Lenovo has confirmed the existence of its mystery netbook by posting teaser images on its photo feed mid March. The ultra-portable could pose a serious threat to Sony Vaio-P. The system is called the Pocket Yoga and has both the ultra-wide, VAIO P-like display and leather-bound shell, according to the leaked photos.
Creative has released new HD Entertainment Dock for iPod, MovieWorks HD. Cambridge SoundWorks’ new MovieWorks HD puts iPod at the heart of home entertainment system. It is designed to ensure best home theater and home audio experience from iPod. With that, movies stored in iPod can be be displayed in High Definition at home on TV. MovieWorks HD also makes MP3s sound better than CDs, and […]
The AV310 Widescreen is a wearable display that transforms small video screen into a large 16:9 widescreen home theater with a virtual 52-inch display as seen from nine feet. It is presently sold at USD$249.95 at Vuzix website.
Sensai watch is more about style than telling the time. New Kisai Sensai LED aluminum watch officially putting time in the backseat and strapping a visually-intriguing array of LEDs on your wrist. Sensai is made of lightweight, high grade aluminum to ensure a comfortable feel on your wrist. With a combination of brushed and sandblasted areas, the alumite finish provides a pristine, futuristic appearance.
Adtec, a Japanese company, has just released another cool wearable device, i.e. the Bluetooth wristband. It enables hands-free communication, best of all, will likely make you soon see someone talking to his hand. The company suggests that it will be useful for hands-free communication whilst fishing or jogging.
Fujifilm has unveiled its “Life Proof” camera, i.e. FinePix Z33WP, which is waterproof up to 10 feet (3 meters) with newly designed body. The Fujifilm Z33WP comes with a Fujinon-branded 3x optical zoom lens offering a range from a 35mm-equivalent wide angle to a 105mm-equivalent telephoto. There is a 1/2.3″ CCD image sensor with 10 Megapixels resolution behind the lens.
In the year 2009, Barbie celebrates a massive milestone, that’s her 50th birthday. As a celebration, Mattel, the toy maker that owns the right to Barbie, has released an MP3 Player in her honor commissioned by INNO Design, which is a unique little player that could double as a cosmetic compact.
Samsung Electronics announces that it has begun mass producing GDDR5 graphics memory using 50 nanometer node process technology. Mueez Deen, Director of Mobile and Graphics Memory Division, emphasized that introduction of GDDR5 helps to meet the growing demand for higher performance graphics memory in PCs, graphic cards and game consoles. GDDR5 is the fastest and highest performing memory in the world presently that will give […]