EliteGroup preparing a new compact laptop

Jul 16, 2008
EliteGroup preparing a new compact laptop According to vice-president of Elitegroup Computer Systems, Kvana Henry, a new compact mini-laptop models ECS G10IL should appear on sale in September this year. First country dissemination of the United States were selected.
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The system of warning of allergic reactions from the Essential Sensix

Jul 16, 2008
The system of warning of allergic reactions from the Essential Sensix This device will glad everyone, for whom the word "allergy" - not an empty sound. Sensix is a monitoring system for children susceptible to serious allergic reactions. It includes three monitors, physically and aesthetically appropriate for each age group.
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Robert Redfords Retro Radio Gadget

Jul 12, 2008
Robert Redfords Retro Radio Gadget Mr. Robert Redford (Robert Redford) - a modern designer, contends that the appearance may not only misleading but also may help earn a good idea. Especially if you learn their products subtly play the emotions of interested people.

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Casio EX-F1 Has Now "prerecord movie" Function With Firmware Update

Jul 08, 2008
Casio EX-F1 Has Now  "prerecord movie" Function With Firmware Update Casio's EX-F1 camera already recommended itself with its 60 fps burst mode and abilities to shoot 1,200 frames per second SuperSloMo video, but now it looks like it is going to get another solid boost with its new, slightly unnerving firmware upgrades.
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Concept camera - control your emotions

Jul 02, 2008
Concept camera - control your emotions It is an interesting moment when some models of modern cameras are able to define when to release the shutter based on external factors, as a smile or a blink of the eye.
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Dual-display e-book reader acts like a real book

Jul 02, 2008
Dual-display e-book reader acts like a real book Such e-book readers, as the Kindle, are modernized and become more and more comfortable to use. Unfortunately, they are still used less often than usual paper books.

While working with this gadget sometimes we need to compare different pages of a document, but using e-book reader we cant turn or flip through pages.
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Toshiba's laptops with cell-derived chips

Jun 26, 2008
Toshiba's laptops with cell-derived chips Toshiba will present its Qosmio G50 and F40 laptops that feature the chip SpursEngine SE1000, which has four of the 'Synergistic Processing Elements' from the Cell Broadband Engine processor, in July in Japan. The PlayStation 3 runs the Cell chip that has eight of the SPE cores and a Power PC main processor. These SPE cores implement the heavy number-crunching, but we get an outstanding result - the console's graphics are excellent. The laptops' chip will perform its functions in the same way.
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A microwave beam weapon

Jun 26, 2008
A microwave beam weapon A microwave beam weapon is not a fantasy nowadays, it really exists.

It works in the following way: the so-called active denial system (ADS) projects microwave-like radiation even for more than 500 yards. This system makes a painful, full-body burning sensation in someone who got in its rays.

Can you imagine that these millimeter-wave rays permeate skin into a depth of about 1.64in? But the most important aspect is that as the result you get just temporary damages.
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The robot that replicates itself

Jun 25, 2008
English scientists have created an unusual robot. The device can make 3D copies of different objects. It can be a realistic object, like window handles and pens. But the most interesting thing is that it can replicate itself.
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Holographic gadgets of the future

Jun 25, 2008
Indian Infosys tech company assures that by 2010 holographic mobile handsets will open new possibilities for their users. The company has developed and patented devices capable of projecting, capturing and sending 3D images.
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The smallest projector in the world

Jun 24, 2008
The smallest projector in the world Texas Instruments has recently presented their new handheld display Optoma Pico, which they call the gadget of the future generation. The device is considered the smallest projector on the market.
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A shape-shifting car from BMW

Jun 17, 2008
A shape-shifting car from BMW Building concept cars lets designer's imagination forget about rules and limits and create everything they want. The result is often outstanding.

Thus, BMW offered to our attention an outlandish model - a shape-shifting car covered with fabric - the GINA Light Visionary Model.
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Gadgets for the Father's Day

Jun 17, 2008
Gadgets for the Father's Day Here are a few gadgets that will become great gifts for your dad for the Father's Day. The devices that will be mentioned here are useful and will be used every day.
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10 facts you should know about mobile phones

Jun 17, 2008
Mobile phones have become an indivisible part of modern world. You may think you know everything about them: their design, features, innovative functions. But I present you 10 interesting things about mobile phones, that were collected from around the world, that you barely know.
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Handmade solar oven

Jun 16, 2008
If you are dreaming about an oven, but you still can't afford it, then you can do it by yourself! After making some easy actions, you will get your own solar oven from a usual box at least 18" square. Except the box you will also need a few objects, like black construction paper, tin foil, clear plastic, non-toxic glue, pen, tape, scissors, ruler, piece of dowel.
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Whether Japanese cell phones have become too complex?

Jun 11, 2008
Whether Japanese cell phones have become too complex Japanese cell phones have been considered the most advanced for a long period of time. Their features seemed to be very remarkable. For example, Japanese enjoyed location tracking, mobile credit card payment and live TV. Americans could only dream about such functions.
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Useful application Android Scan

Jun 03, 2008
Useful application Android Scan Scan is kind of Android application that implements useful functions: it finds pricing and metadata for everything with the help of a barcode. There are some features that make it notable. At first, it has automatic recognition that is based on the barcode and uses phone camera and ZXing library.

According to this, it searches for any kind of data through a lot of stores, gives detailed reviews, links. For example, it can find a copy of a book in local libraries, if there is any.
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Products with interesting and unusual design

Jun 01, 2008
Products with interesting and unusual design If the producers want their product to be sold, it needs to be useful, handy and ualitative, and have interesting design. There are a lot of different goods on the market nowadays. So, the majority of people prefer to buy things that have both beauty and utility.

That's why here is top 10 of products whose design and features really impress. Not all of them are already available, but some of them you will be able to get very soon.
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Electronic magnifying gadgets

May 28, 2008
Electronic magnifying gadgets Newest technologies offer some new advantages of modern gadgets. People who lose part of their sight to macular degeneration, diabetes or other diseases will definitely highly appreciate all the novelties. These portable video gadgets will help them to solve some problems.
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New 2.0 beta software for Apple iPhone

May 28, 2008
New 2.0 beta software for Apple iPhone Apple Company has announced the immediate availability of a beta release of the software of the latest iPhone 2.0. The selected group of developers adds new features and geo-tagging support for the handset's Camera applications. These supplements were developed to provide secure.
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