Halo 2 on the way

Seen driving around downtown Toronto today....
RFID chips will soon be in everything you own. It is the new standard to replace the large and unwieldy UPC bar codes on products. For example, a box of cereal will have this tiny chip embedded...

Airbags for your Laptop

IBM has unveiled the new T41 line of notebooks, safe for use by crash-test-dummies. It integrates circuitry that can measure acceleration. If you drop your notebook, the new 'Active Protection System' (APS) will detect the impact and...
Toshiba has released a nickel-sized hard drive for mobile phones, PDA's or MP3 players. The disk is just 0.85" in diameter and can hold 2 or 3 Gb of information. Imagine one of these in your Digital Camera....

5MP in a tiny package

Sony has released the new Sony DSC-T1 digital camera. What's the big deal? It's a 5 megapixel camera that is just 91mm x 60mm and only 21mm thick. Despite the small size, they still manage to fit in...
The first big shoe has dropped. Warner brothers has announced that they will no longer support HD-DVD and focus its efforts on promoting Sony's Blu-ray standard as a high definition medium. As much as I would prefer HD-DVD to...

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Awesome Christmas Lights

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That game machine console packs some serious punch. The current generation of game machines are not only cheap, but powerful. Researchers at the University of Illinois have assembled 70 PlayStation 2 devices into a cluster at a...

The perfect cellphone

MyOrigo is in the pre-production stages of developing my perfect cellphone. The "mydevice" is a tri-band GSM with GPRS cameraphone, with built-in PDA functions such as address books, calandar, and the usual applications. What sets mydevice apart from the...

Optimus Mini Arrives!

I recieved my Optimus Mini this afternoon, and after 9 months on the pre-order list, I've gotta say that I have mixed feelings. First, the good: It looks sweet! The images on the keys are bright and crisp....

Pass it on

"Today at 6pm, Genova Street, to find out the truth. Pass it on." And they did. This simple text message exploded through the streets of Spain, spreading across the city, then the country through mobile phones, email...

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