Monthly Archives: September 2010

World’s Largest Cinema Screen Played Movie From Nokia N8 Phone [Nokia]

Nokia’s rolling out the punches for their delayed N8 phone. After filming the world’s smallest stop-motion video with it, they played a movie to 1,500 Swedes on the world’s largest cinema screen—through its miniHDMI port. More » Nanya Technology Nii Holdings … Continue reading

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Apple TV review (2010)

You’ve been waiting, and it’s finally here: the Apple TV review. Months before Steve Jobs announced the new set top box at Apple’s annual fall event, we had been reporting on news that the company would strike out again into … Continue reading

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Popular Mechanics Posts 2010 BREAKTHROUGH Awards

Popular Mechanics lists 10 products and innovators in science and technology that they believe moved society forward in 2010. The winners vary from vehicles, to mobile processors, to a battery powered hedge trimmer. Who knew that keeping your bushes neat … Continue reading

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Onkyo dropping three Windows 7 slates on totally-suspicious-by-now public

Never saw this coming, did you? Oh, right, you did. Onkyo is joining the Windows 7 slate tablet fray with three new models, which will begin shipping next month in Japan. The variety is minor, though each tablet is getting … Continue reading

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HP’s Todd Bradley slips ‘PalmPad’ tablet name during analyst call

Well well, Mr. Bradley — hast thou said too much? During an analyst call today the outspoken head of HP’s Personal System Group confirmed that it’s sent more than 200 employees to work at Palm…. and then casually mentioned that … Continue reading

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Operation Cyber Storm III underway, makes digital certificates cool again

Fans of cyberwarfare (which we are, if only because we like to imagine that it looks like Battlezone) take note: following hot on the heels previous Cyber Storm I and II and Cyber ShockWave wargames, the Department of Homeland Security … Continue reading

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NFL FanVision review — and behind the scenes

We’ve been wanting to try out Kangaroo TV’s FanVision in-stadium video handheld ever since we first heard it was coming to 10 NFL teams (and the Michigan Wolverines) this year, and we finally got our chance last night during the … Continue reading

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Fujitsu K supercomputer will do 10 petaflops in 2012, eat Crays for breakfast

10′s a nice round number, isn’t it? Round, yes, but also wildly impressive when you put the word “petaflops” behind it as Fujitsu has done with its upcoming K supercomputer, which will be able to crunch through 10 quadrillion operations … Continue reading

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What Happens When You Fuse Technology, Art, Music, and a Fish [Music]

Don’t worry, that little fish isn’t going to get electrocuted, it’s part of “Sound Interjections!”, a musical experiment by Yuri Suzuki. When that fish swims through the sensors on its tank, increasingly complex sounds are played. [Yuri Suzuki via Core77] … Continue reading

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Two Mysterious New iPhone Versions Show Up in Apple TV Firmware [Apple]

For the second time, reference to two unknown iPhone models have appeared, this time ’round in the Apple TV firmware. With the iPhone 4 known as “iPhone 3,1″ internally, could “3,2″ and “3,3″ be alternative carrier versions? More » Key Jds … Continue reading

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