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3Dconnexion adds SpaceNavigator to Line of 3D Navigation Devices

Posted in Accessories,Logitech by Paul Patterson on November 28th, 2006

SpaceNavigator3Dconnexion, a Logitech company, today announced the addition of SpaceNavigator and SpaceExplorer to its line of 3D navigation devices.

SpaceNavigator is an entry-level 3D navigation device designed for students and enthusiasts looking to take advantage of 3Dconnexion’s support of more than 100 of today’s 3D applications such as Google Earth and Google SketchUp.

The SpaceNavigator support of Google Earth allows you to instantly circumnavigate the globe, hover or move up and down like a helicopter, or fly through cities and canyons with precise control. SpaceNavigator also supports Google SketchUp which allows you to model nearly anything such as buildings, appliances, cars, or even people in 3D.

SpaceNavigator features two programmable buttons that allow you to perform common actions quickly. The device recognizes each new application and adapts the behavior of the control cap and button assignments automatically to free you from the repetitious steps.

All 3Dconnexion devices feature …

Epson P-5000 Media Viewer

Posted in Digital Imaging,Epson by Quagmire on November 28th, 2006

Epson P-5000The Epson P-5000 media viewer is a handy device that allows you to download, store and display photos, videos and other media without a computer. An essential tool for the photography enthusiast, it is easy to backup images right from your memory card or camera.

The P-5000 has a four-inch LCD screen that allows you to easily review your images or quickly share your portfolio with clients immediately after the shoot. You can view slide shows, videos with DivX support, or listen to audio files.

The P-5000 media viewer weighs approximately 1lb with battery and measures 3.5″ (88.7 mm) x 5.9″ (150 mm) x 1.3″ (31.1 mm). The rechargeable Li-Ion battery has enough battery life for those extended, on-location shoots. With an 80GB, high-capacity hard drive, you can view all your shots at the scene and connect to your PC when you get back to …

The enV by LG from Verizon

Posted in LG,Mobile Phones,Verizon by Paul Patterson on November 27th, 2006

LG-enVVerizon Wireless and LG Electronics have announced the exclusive availability of the LG enV mobile phone. The enV is the successor to The V by LG and offers loads of multimedia functionality including V CAST, V CAST Music, and VZ Navigator.

The enV comes with a 2.2 inch internal color LCD and features an integrated slide-out QWERTY keyboard for easy access to messaging applications. The enV features Wireless Sync, the proprietary e-mail solution from Verizon Wireless. With Wireless Sync, customers can synchronize their enV with a home or office PC for easy access to new emails, calendar, contact, and task information.

The enV is the perfect device for V CAST and V CAST Music fans. The V CAST music store offers over 1.4 million songs that customers can download and play whenever they like. Bluetooth capabilities allow customers to enjoy their music by pairing the device …

No Computer Necessary with RTX DUALphone 3088 Skype Phone

Posted in Skype by Paul Patterson on November 27th, 2006

RTX DUALPhone 3088RTX has introduced the DUALphone 3088 as the first cordless dual phone for Skype that does not require a computer. The DUALphone can be used as an ordinary telephone using your landline operator Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) as well as for calling via Skype – without a PC.

The wireless functionality of the phone is provided by DECT, which is known for high reliability, low cost, and no interference problems. The base station for the phone connects to the broadband router and phone line.

In addition to freeing users from their PC, the DUALphone incorporates a simple Skype interface and includes nearly all Skype voice features for which Skype software is known. The new DUALphone 3088 has a color display and an operating time of more than 10 hours of talk time as well as up to 140 hours at standby. The phone …

Iqua CPW-603 Bluetooth Wireless Headset

Posted in Bluetooth,Headsets,Iqua by Paul Patterson on November 26th, 2006

Iqua CPW-603This is the CPW-603 Bluetooth Wireless Headset by Finnish company, Iqua. The headset was designed by Finnish design studio Salovaara & Salonen and combines a clean design with solid functionality.

The functions of the headset include: answering or ending a call, redial, voice dial, and the ability to switch between phone and headset using a single button. The CPW-603 gives you an operating range of up to 10 meters and the battery supplies up to nine hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby.

The headset is available in pearl white, charcoal or pink – to match the colors of LG KG800 Chocolate phone. The CPW-603 is exclusively available through the Carphone Warehouse, either as a stand-alone product or bundled with the iconic LG KG800.

CellStik Backs Up your Mobile Phone Contacts

Posted in Accessories,Storage by Quagmire on November 25th, 2006

CellstikThe CellStik is a small USB device that allows you to backup, enter, edit and transfer contacts to and from your cell phone. This little device could come in handy should you lose your cell phone and all your critical phone numbers with it.

CellStik comes with the CellStik Central PC application which is where you add, delete, and edit your cell phone contacts using your full-sized PC keyboard. This will save you the hassle of entering in all your names and numbers using the keypad on your cell phone.

The current version of CellStik is strictly for backing up and transferring your cell phone contacts and does not work with photos, ringtones, games, or calendars.

CellStik [Spark Technology]

PetWatch Automatic Pet Feeder

Posted in Pets,PetWatch by Darrin Olson on November 25th, 2006

PetWatch Automatic Pet FeederThere are all types of issues that pet owners might deal with, especially when it comes to the nutrition of their pet. Feeding your pet too much, too little, too much at once or not at all! The PetWatch automatic pet feeder can solve a lot of these issues, especially for those of us that have to leave their pet at home all day alone.

The PetWatch pet feeder can be set to automatically dole out a serving of food for you pet up to 5 times a day at scheduled intervals. It is also accessible through a wireless network so you can get online and check how things are going and even view your pet through a built in camera in the feeder. There is also a remote control to make the set-up a little easier.

If your pet gets lonely without your …

HTC adds Sleek P4350 PDA Phone to Portfolio

Posted in HTC,Mobile Phones,PDAs by Quagmire on November 24th, 2006

HTC P4350HTC recently launched the HTC P4350 PDA Phone to be released throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa in early December. The HTC P4350 is just 17mm thick and features a semi-automatic sliding full QWERTY keypad which demonstrates HTC’s continued dedication to sleek form factors.

The P4350 offers users a full “mobile office experience” with Windows Mobile 5.0 Direct push email technology, internet browsing, and synchronization with Microsoft Outlook Calendar, Contacts, and Pocket MSN. Users can work on applications in the Microsoft Office suite such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and view PDF documents.

The compact device boasts a 2.8” color display touch-screen with a landscape view to make mobile viewing of email, internet, and video a bit easier on the eyes. 128Mb ROM, 64mb RAM, and a microSD slot ensure that you will have enough storage for many of your office documents.

The HTC P4350

Fujitsu ST5100 Tablet PC Series

Posted in Notebooks,PCs by Paul Patterson on November 24th, 2006

Fujitsu ST5111The ST5111 and ST5112 Tablet PCs from Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation are ideal for project-based applications, as well as for mobile professionals in healthcare and field and sales force automation. The rough and tumble 3.5-pound ST5100 Tablet PCs are less than an inch thick and come with a durable magnesium-alloy lower housing and offer the latest Intel Core Duo Mobile Technology. The accelerometer-based hard disk drive with Fujitsu Shock Sensor system retracts the hard drive head if a sudden movement or vibration is detected, thus reducing the possibility of data loss.

The ST5111 Tablet PC features a 10.4-inch XGA TFT display that is ideal for outdoor viewing and direct sunlight conditions. The ST5112 Tablet PC has a slightly larger screen at 12.1 inches and features a transmissive indoor/outdoor XGA display with 160° wide viewing angles. Both models offer battery life up to 6 hours with …

MobiBLU MP3 Player Has Longest Battery Life On Planet

Posted in Digital Audio,MobiBlu by Chetz on November 23rd, 2006

mobiBLU-B153MobiBLU boasts a number of unique featured flash based MP3 products, including the tiny Cube2 digital multimedia player. The company has also released the B153 MP3 player, which is a compact MP3 player with a clear color OLED display that can play MP3, WMA, and protected WMA (DRM) files. It comes in three capacities of 512MB, 1GB and 2GB, and can connect via USB to your computer as a mass storage device, so file transfer is as easy as dragging and dropping.

The B153 also has an FM tuner and can encode files directly from voice or any line-in device right to the file system of the player. The player also comes with pre-installed software called PodcastReady, to make the download of podcasts to the player an easy one-button procedure.

All of these features are great, and all of this in an MP3 player that is under …

Glofiish M700 Sliding Keyboard Pocket PC Phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Paul Patterson on November 22nd, 2006

Glofiish M700E-TEN Information Systems recently announced the release of its latest innovative Pocket PC Phone, the glofiish M700. The glofiish M700 utilizes a full-key QWERTY keyboard for data input instead of the commonly used touch screen and stylus found on most traditional Pocket PC Phones. The keyboard makes it a bit easier to enter contact details, write SMS text and email messages, or create and edit office documents while on the move. The keyboard operates on a sliding mechanism to allow the keyboard to be covered when not in use; thus keeping the M700 compact and portable.

The M700 runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 and supports GSM, GPRS and high-speed EDGE for voice and data connectivity. In addition, the M700 incorporates 802.11b/g Wi-Fi support to allow users to connect to public and private Wi-FI networks. Lastly, the glofiish M700 features GPS and TMC functions delivered via …

The Pin Clock

Posted in Clocks,Home by Darrin Olson on November 21st, 2006

Pin ClockThis is a pretty novel idea for a “digital” clock. The Pin Clock looks a lot like that pin game you may have played with as a kid, where you can put the pins on your face and they take it’s shape.

In this case, the pins are pushed out or pulled in to take the shape of the numbers to represent the current time. As the minutes change, the pins make sounds as the move in and out like the old sound of time changes on the board at the train station. The web site states that you can “hear a pin clock”.

We saw this item at Uncommon Goods, and at the time of this post they are saying that pin clock is not only unavailable, but they are discontinuing them, so you may have to look around or check eBay for this time …

Cingular Releases GPS Navigation System with 3D Maps in U.S.

Posted in GPS,Mobile Phones,News by Paul Patterson on November 21st, 2006

Cingular-TelenavCingular Wireless has become the first wireless carrier in the U.S. to offer a wireless navigation system with 3D maps. The new system will be featured on the Nokia E62 device and utilizes an enhanced version of TeleNav GPS Navigator.

The TeleNav GPS Navigator system will give customers 3D moving maps on the Nokia E62′s large, high-resolution screen. The system works much like an in-car navigation system; you received turn-by-turn directions while driving and the 3D maps turn, move and stop as the driver does the same, while also displaying images of the streets the driver is approaching. Users can also pan and zoom the map to view nearby streets.

Customers will also be able to take advantage of many robust search features provided with TeleNav GPS Navigator on the Nokia E62. These services include searching for a business, place of interest, and even the lowest gas …

Backup your Mobile with ZYB

Posted in Services by Paul Patterson on November 20th, 2006

ZYBFor many people, losing a mobile phone is nothing short of utter catastrophe. This results in the loss of important contact information and schedules for various personal and work engagements.

ZYB has created a free online mobile phone data backup service to help combat this problem. With ZYB, users are able to backup their mobile’s contacts and calendar for free. ZYB works by creating a backup of your contacts and calendar. Once backed up you can share your contacts and calendar with your friends, family, or whomever you choose.

The service, which works with more than 200 different mobiles, also allows users to manage their mobile’s contacts and calendar online and synchronize their mobile’s data with other devices and services. ZYB has other pay services planned in the future to further enhance your mobile phone such as synchronizing with iPod and Outlook, send SMS from ZYB, …

PEZ MP3 Player

Posted in Digital Audio,MP3,music by Chetz on November 20th, 2006

PEZ MP3 PlayerWell, this is pretty much exactly how it looks. It is an MP3 music player that looks like a PEZ dispenser. No, you cannot load it with candy since the AAA battery and the tiny 512 MB player are in the way.

This particular version is the “PEZ Pal Boy”, but there are more versions on the way according the the web site. The player will hold about 120 songs, is compatible with USB 2.0, Windows and Mac’s and plays MP3, and WMA files. It can also be used as a a USB drive for files.

If you tip back the head of the MP3 player/dispenser, the on/off switch is where the candy would normally come out. The feet flip open to load the battery, and there is a play button and USB interface on the side next to the raised PEZ lettering. The player …