Handheld Spots and Tickets Cellphone-yapping Drivers

Nothing's worst than driving behind some moron whose car is swerving 'cause they're on their cellphone (especially where it's illegal). In an attempt to end that, the Highway Safety & Technology company has created a new handheld that can automatically detect and ticket drivers who are yapping (or even worst,… » 6/15/07 5:30pm 6/15/07 5:30pm

Unofficial iPhone Ad Invades New York


Chances are I'm a little biased here (being a born and bred NYer), but this is my favorite iPhone ad to date (even if it's not official). It shows NYers throughout the city talking about Apple's incoming baby. Yeah, it has a lot of NY stereotypes and it assumes NYers have nothing better to do that sit in Union… » 6/15/07 2:15pm 6/15/07 2:15pm

Tessera's Wafer-size Camera Will Make Cameraphones Slimmer and Cheaper

Your cameraphone is about to shed some weight thanks to the folks at Tessera. They've created a minuscule camera that's half the size of the cameras used in today's mobiles. Dubbed the OptiML WLC, the new cam can even do auto focus and features optical zoom without any moving parts. No word on what gadgets will… » 6/15/07 2:00pm 6/15/07 2:00pm

Sony Ericsson z320 and z250: Low-End features, High-End Beauty

Proving they haven't forgotten about all you clamshell lovers out there, Sony Ericsson just unveiled the newly minted Z320 and Z250. The Sony Z320 gets extra points for its nice finish, simple design and the cool-looking retro display with fixed icons that light to show incoming and missed calls, messages and mute… » 6/14/07 8:35pm 6/14/07 8:35pm

Liquid Nitrogen Keeps Overclocked 5GHz CPU from Cooking

Chances are you won't be seeing this kind of action from your friend's overclocked system, but the crew at Universal ABIT showed off a Core 2 Extreme X6800 CPU overclocked from 2.93GHz to 5GHz. The CPU was churning out Pi calculations while keeping cool with liquid nitrogen. The purpose was to show off their new AB9… » 6/14/07 10:30am 6/14/07 10:30am

iHome's Table Radio Gives Your iPod a Retro Look

The folks at iHome went retro with their new iPod stereo. The iH10 is essentially their take on the Table Radio with a built-in iPod dock, AM/FM tuners, and a line-in jack on the backside. Inside the wooden cabinet you'll find a 3.5-inch speaker, which at $49 probably won't fill a room like one of these, but would… » 6/13/07 7:30pm 6/13/07 7:30pm

Concept UMPC Packs a Swiveling Screen

Not much is known about Intel's Donley UMPC, but one thing this concept handheld has that few UMPCs can brag about is a swiveling display. The 5-inch screen can be placed in landscape or portrait mode. There's also built-in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and WWAN. That alone is enough to get our attention. I think the… » 6/13/07 2:00pm 6/13/07 2:00pm

Gionee NES Phone Lets You Stomp Goombas on the Go

While we wait for Sony Ericsson's rumored PSP phone to arrive, the folks at Gionee have created the Gionee S20 slider, a cellphone that comes with an NES emulator. Not that we advocate this kinda stuff, but, er, you could load up the phone with your favorite ROMs and then hook it up to your TV (the phone comes with a… » 6/13/07 12:40pm 6/13/07 12:40pm

dnp's Supernova Projector Screen Pumps Up Contrast Ratio and Brightness

It's hard to get excited about projector screens, but dnp's new Supernova Infinity is making us weak in the knees. It's the first front-projection screen that keeps a sharp image at all times, regardless of how much light is in your room. dnp claims the screen delivers a contrast ratio 10x better than what's out now.… » 6/13/07 9:46am 6/13/07 9:46am

Oral-B's Triumph Keeps Your Chompers Clean by Telling You How to Brush

We got the chance to play with Oral-B's new Triumph electric toothbrush this afternoon. The $149 brush comes with a palm-size wireless display (it uses RF technology to communicate) that provides real-time feedback as you're brushing so it lets you know how much time you've spent brushing and also what quadrant of… » 6/12/07 5:30pm 6/12/07 5:30pm

Nvidia's New 8400 GS Will Hit 65nm and Support PCIe 2.0

Now that ATI has finished rolling out their new graphics cards, the boys in green are attempting to take back the spotlight with the new 8400 GS, Nvidia's first GPU to rely on 65nm architecture. What's all the fuss about? 65nm GPUs will be cooler, faster and cheaper to manufacture. The new card will also support the… » 6/12/07 12:55pm 6/12/07 12:55pm

Eye-Fi's 2GB Wi-Fi SD Card Coming This Fall

Eye-Fi's looking to give your digital camera a nice upgrade this fall when it introduces its first 2GB Wi-Fi SD card. The card will let any SD-friendly camera upload pics wirelessly to photo blogs or to your PC. Pricing will be a bit steep ($100), but it beats buying one of those fugly Wi-Fi cameras. » 6/12/07 12:35pm 6/12/07 12:35pm

Hacker Stuffs a Mac Mini Inside an Apple SE/30

I'm not sure how they did it, but some crafty hacker has managed to cram a Mac Mini inside his Apple SE/30, turning his old-school Mac into a modern day all-in-one. Sure, you'll be running OS X in black and white, but think of how cool it'll look as your DVD slides out from your SE/30's front vents. » 6/12/07 11:00am 6/12/07 11:00am

Netgear Extender Stretches Out Your Internet Connection

Need to expand your Internet connection to another part of your apartment? Netgear's new XEPS103 PowerLine Extender can turn any electrical outlet into an instant Internet connection. As a bonus, if you have a Netgear router, it'll replace your router's power adapter and still double as a network extender. Speed-wise… » 6/12/07 10:20am 6/12/07 10:20am