Monthly Archives: May 2010

The WowWee Rovio – WiFi Roaming Bot »

The peeps over at Skynet Global bring you the Rovio which is a robotic mobile webcam with microphone and speaker for 2-way audio. This WiFi connected badass little bot will stream video and audio to your favorite web-enabled browser anywhere … Continue reading

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iPad milestone soon after International Launch – 2 million sold in 59 days »

A lot of people have been eagerly awaiting the iPad in their respective countries and quite a few have gone out of the way to get their hands on one… …like this Japanese schoolgirl who was seen riding the train … Continue reading

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flOw – Interactive Wireless Speakers Dock for iPod »

The flOw is an interactive set of soft silicone speakers that does away with the idea of playlists and responds to your vigor and level of activity by choosing the tracks on your iPod and playing them at tandem. So … Continue reading

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Obesity? BioNanoTechnology will soon be here to save your day with ‘Nanoencapsulation’ »

The idea of making things at the nanometer scale is not new, in fact people have been making nanoscale stuff for a long time. Even before they knew that there were things that were too small to see. Researchers have been changing … Continue reading

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Toilet paper that plays live videos? Rollable OLEDs give us hope »

Sony recently unveiled a protoype of an OLED display, flexible and thin enough to be rolled around a pencil like a piece of paper — all while the video continues to play. The full-color 4.1-inch screen screen is 80-microns thick, … Continue reading

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Arizona man becomes first person to go home with a Total Artificial Heart »

A man in Arizona has become the first person out of 850 people around the world to leave hospital with a completely artificial heart known as the Total Artificial Heart beating in his chest. The device uses synthetic pumping chambers … Continue reading

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Now Available: Anti-Virus for your Facebook News Feed »

Has Facebook grown to the point that it needs its own anti-malware service? Two security companies namely Symantec and Websense, have come out with an anti-malware service each, to solve this purpose. Symantec’s service called “Norton Safe Web” is a … Continue reading

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