What is Origami?

A new website has appeared for the Origami Project, with alot of hype, and not alot of information. The site is registered to Microsoft corporation. It promises more details on Thursday, but it looks like basically a large PDA,...

Optimus Ships!

The Optimus Mini Keyboard, long dismissed as "vapourware" has finally shipped! Gizmodo has theirs in, and I am anxiously checking my mailbox, as I pre-ordered one almost a year ago. In the meantime, here is the Gizmodo review. ...

SPOTted

The SPOT Watch is a digital watch that can recieve information wirelessly. I got myself a Fossil SPOT watch. It recieves data through an FM Subcarrier signal to get News, Weather, Sports, and even real-time MSN messages...

More on Origami

Thanks Chris and Wajih for passing this on.

Amazon vs. Apple

Amazon is trying to take on Apple by releasing its own music player and download service. Everyone seems to want a slice of Apple's pie.

Awesome Christmas Lights

Tis the season! rmgf60CI_ks
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At just 138g, the new Gigabeat G20 is the thinnest, lightest and smallest hard drive based portable music player on the market. It measures a mere 8.95 x 7.65 x 1.27cm, compared to Apple's iPod (10.25 x 6...

Toys with Toys

Most people are still using those old tube-based TV's in their homes, but Barbie could have her own Plasma for her doll house. Japan-based Takara Co. plans to start selling the 1.5" TV's for $166US. Oh,...
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...
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....
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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