Imagine receiving a call from your ring, removing it, and then turning it into a Bluetooth earpiece to take the call. That is the simple concept of The Orb, a ring-shaped device that becomes an S-shaped device to fit into the ear.

The Orb has a flexible OLED that will display the caller information, calendar items, and voice-to-text information. So the next time you receive a ring, you can look at your ring.

You may notice that the opened up headset is hanging securely from the ear, but none of it is in the ear. Yeah, you don’t have to mess around with it too much, as the Orb uses bone conduction technology. Some of you have not seen bone conduction before, but it is a way of transmitting sound directly into the brain through touch.

It’s a pretty simple concept, isn’t it? The best part is the Orb is not a concept, but a device that is planned for release in 2010 for about $129. The Deluxe edition is about $175.

If the Orb sweeps the nation, I look forward to seeing them as wedding rings. I’m not certain the Orb is a good name for this device, as Orb implies something that is spherical, right?


1. Luvaglio One Million Dollar Laptop


As the name says the price of this laptop is a whopping one million dollar. The laptop is only one in this world and the buyer can customize it to his choice of precious metals, leathers and real woods. It is built in a design that allows for component upgrades. As for now it has 128 GB solid state drive, MP3 player, a built in USB stick and a “integrated screen cleaning feature” which is what only they know.

2. Tulip E-Go Diamond


Tulip describes itself as the “world’s most desired luxury notebook” and we too think so. But at a price tag of $355,000 the desire will not be satisfied as for me. Its chrome handle and rounded curves make it resemble a women’s handbag. It also has changeable skins made of superior quality leathers with white gold plates and diamonds. The titanium hooks and sliding panels mask the unsightly ports and connections. The specs are not above standard though. It has a 12 inch antiglare display, 2GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, integrated webcam, Bluetooth 2.0, and DVD burner.

3. Ego for Bentley


You may feel that these aren’t the manliest of gadgets but the authentic Bentley Leather, stitching and color schemes are really a stylish thing to own. It is available in colors to match your car body and when closed the laptop handle looks like door handle of the automobile. The lady who have an expensive taste can buy them at around $20,000 and that’s only for the looks. For performance you only have a 64 bit CPU for 64 bit Vista and a meagre 160 GB HDD.

4. Voodoo Envy H:171


If you want a real performing laptop with looks to match your style, you can opt for Voodoo PC which will give you high performance with its Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor, a chunky 4GB of RAM, twin Nvidia Quadro FX Go 2500M graphics chipset, 1.3MP webcam, dual 250GB hard disk, 7-in-1 memory card reader, dual layer DVD RW drive and a high resolution 17 inch 1920X1200 display. You can select a chassis from 24 color range and a tattoo selected from one of the 14 edgy designs to match it up to your personal style and for all these you have to sacrifice about $8500 from your credit card.

5. Rock Extreme SL8


The fastest laptop in the world. It sports an Intel Core 2 Quad Processor, NVIDIA 9800M GPUs in SLI and staggering 8GB of RAM. It also has a Blu-Ray drive when you want to catch up with a high def movie. Anyone can be proud with this possession. The cost is nearly $5000 which is worth the performance.

6. Alienware Area 51


Who said that laptops cannot be used for hardcore gaming? This sleek and stylish looking laptop uses Intel Extreme Core 2 technology and packs in the NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800M GT in a dual GPU SLI® configuration with up to 1GB of dedicated memory. It has 1TB storage in a high speed RAID 0 configuration and other storage options with smart bay. The system is loaded with Vista and you can record HD TV and movies with the use of its in built TV Tuner card. The product is worth the price of around $5000.

7. Lenovo ThinkPad W700DS


Other than having a normal 17 inch display, this laptop has a secondary pull out display which is located in a pull out section of the primary display and can be used in programs such as Excel and CAD for graphics and figures. The display is fully functional and can be used to display applications such as Skype or instant messenger. The piece is packed with 2.53 GHz Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9000, 4GB RAM, dual 250GB 5200rpm hardrives. It retails at around $4500.

8. Toshiba Qosmio G35-AV660


This is an HD DVD capable laptop. With 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM, 240GB RAID 0 HDD and Nvidia GeForce Go 7600, it is a nice computer other than being a good HD DVD player with 17 inch 1920×1200 display. At a price of $3500 it will serve as a good entertainment laptop.

9. Dell M6400


This Dell Notebook is a real powerhouse. It has Intel Core 2 Duo Quad Core Extreme Edition processor for ripping through complex analyses and boasts 16GB of fast 1066MHz DDR3 memory for large data sets and has graphics memory of 1GB. High performance laptop like this one also comes at a price which isn’t that much unaffordable. You’ll get the base model at around $3000.

10. Acer Ferrari 1100


The Acer Ferrari looks a bit of an Italian Supercar built with an ultralight, wear resistant carbon-fibre chasis. For the specs it has MAD Turion X2 Dual-Core CPU, 4GB of RAM and draft-n WiFi which will get you the performance of a racing Ferrari. he prices begin at a meager $3000 which is affordable for laptop with this much performance and looks.


The laptops which place themselves in the top of this list have some features that you won’t need to have. If you aren’t a gamer those high end video cards will be of no interest to you, if aren’t a frequent business traveler, laptop weight and mobility will not bother you. So, for average people like many of us won’t find it useful to spend money on purchasing these laptops. But then again, money has its own charm.



Thinnest, lightest MacBook ever. I will give this notebook the title of best looking and best usable notebook.


  • Multi-touch trackpad, built-in iSight webcam, and up to 4.5-hour battery life
  • 13.3-inch glossy LED-backlit screen
  • 128 GB solid-state hard drive
  • 2 GB of RAM (maximum capacity)
  • 1.86 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor
  • NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated graphics with 256 MB of shared memory
  • One USB 2.0, built-in Wi-Fi (802.11n draft plus 802.11b/g)
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Mini DisplayPort
  • Preloaded with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system and iLife ‘08 suite of applications

Price $1694

Dell Adamo

This laptop may be the Macbook Air killer with its thin and stylish looks and standard performance.


  • 13 inch High Definition WLED Display
  • Intel Core 2 Duo SU9300 (1.2GHz, 3MB cache, 800Mhz FSB)
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 128GB SSD
  • 3 Year In Home Warranty
  • Built in 1.3 Megapixel Webcam
  • Ultraslim, Precision Machined aluminum chassis
  • Integrated Intel Media Accelerator X4500HD Graphics Card
  • Wireless N Mini Card with Bluetooth 10/100/1000 Ethernet
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 4 Cell Battery
  • High Definition Audio 2.0 Stereo Speakers Included
  • Lithium polymer battery
  • Dimension : .65 inches thick
  • Vista Home Premium 64 Bit Operating System SP1
  • Software: Microsoft Works, Roxio Creator 10 Dell Edition, Adobe Reader 9, and 30 Day McAfee SecurityCenter with Anti virus, Anti spyware, Firewall.

Price $2148

MacBook Pro

Redesigned MacBook with thin, strong aluminum unibody frame and 15-inch LED-backlit glass display
New glass trackpad with 40 percent more tracking area and supports more Multi-Touch gestures.


  • 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor
  • 250 GB hard drive
  • 2 GB DDR3 RAM (4 GB max)
  • DVD/CD SuperDrive
  • Dual NVIDIA graphics (integrated and discrete)
  • Draft-N Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Mini DisplayPort video output
  • Preloaded with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system and iLife ‘08 suite of applications

Price $1549


I have never been a fan of VAIO Z series Laptops but if you can manage to get the money, you’ll just fall in love with its light carbon fiber built up and luxury feeling while operating it.


  • Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 processor (2.26GHz), 3MB L2 cache
  • Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Business with SP1/XP downgrade
  • 13.1″ widescreen LCD with XBRITE-DuraView technology & LED backlight
  • 3GB of pre-installed RAM & a roomy 250GB Serial ATA hard drive
  • Biometric fingerprint scanner & hybrid graphics system

Price $1832


It has been an iconic product being copied by many manufacturers.


  • 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor
  • 2 GB RAM (4 GB max)
  • 160 GB hard drive, DVD/CD SuperDrive
  • Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Operating System
  • 13.3-inch LED-backlit glass display, Integrated NVIDIA graphics (with 256 MB shared memory)



Acer Aspire One - Sapphire Blue

This 8.9 inch netbook with full sized keyboard looks beautiful with those blue tones. The price tag is sure to attract many.


  • Linux and Windows XP versions
  • 1.6GHz N270 Intel Atom Processor
  • 1 GB DDR2 533MHz
  • Windows XP Home SP3
  • 8.9? 1024 x 600 WSVGA glossy LED backlit display
  • 120GB 2.5? 5400RPM Hitachi Hard Drive (with SDHC storage expansion slot)
  • 802.11b/g Atheros Wireless
  • 3-Cell 23Wh battery
  • Size: 9.75? x 6.625? x 1.28 inch
  • Weight: 2lb 5.0oz



MSI Wind


The white MSI Wind is very pretty. It is very small, light and looks solid with its decent 10 inch screen.

  • 1.6GHz Intel Atom Processor
  • 10inch WSVGA (1024 x 600) LCD
  • Windows XP Home Operating System
  • Intel GMA 950 Integrated Graphics
  • 1GB 667MHz DDR2 Memory
  • 80GB 2.5? SATA Hard Drive
  • Wireless: 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 2.0
  • 3-Cell 11.1v 2200mAh Battery
  • Size: WxDxH 10.2 x 7 x 1.3 inch
  • Weight: 2lbs 8.6oz



Dell Studio 14z

This is a thin and stylish laptop designed for students.


  • Display : 14-inch 16:9 LED display with HD resolution (720p/ 900p)
  • Processor : Intel® Pentium® Dual Core, and Intel CoreTM 2 Duo standard voltage processors up to T9550 (2.66GHz, 1066Mhz FSB, 6MB Cache)
  • Graphics : Integrated NVIDIA® GeForce® 9400M graphics5
  • Up to 500GB1 HDD capacity
  • Digital Video/Audio via HDMI and DisplayPort
  • Standard 1.3MP webcam with dual digital array mics
  • Starting weight of 4.3 pounds6
  • 4W, SRS®, 2.0 Audio w/ discrete tweeters and dual headphone jacks
  • Optional 8:1 Media Card Reader via 34mm Express Card slot
  • Six-cell battery standard, optional slim design 8-cell battery for up to 6:46 hours of battery life with WLED display option7
  • Standard Wi-Fi, optional Bluetooth® and mobile broadband
  • eSATA connectivity for high speed data transfer rate (up to 6X USB 2.0)
  • Optional external optical drive options (DVD+/-RW, Blu-ray DiscTM read-only and read-write drives)
  • Available in Six Colors : Black Chain Link, Midnight Blue, Spring Green, Plum Purple, Ruby Red and Promise Pink (U.S. only)


$649 (Base Price)

HP Pavilion DV7-1260US

This is a Entertainment-centric notebook PC with fluid, modern lines in bronze and chrome with argyle-like patterning


  • Display : widescreen 17-inch LCD
  • 2.2 GHz AMD Turion X2 RM-72 dual-core processor
  • 400 GB hard drive
  • 4 GB RAM (8 GB max)
  • Blu-ray Disc playback and DVD-RW/CD burning
  • Draft-N Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n); Gigabit Ethernet
  • ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics (up to 1918 MB total)
  • Connectivity: 4 USB (with 1 shared eSATA), 1 HDMI, 1 VGA, ExpressCard 54/34, 5-in-1 memory card reader
  • Pre-installed with Windows Vista Home Premium with SP1 (64-bit version)
  • Includes remote control



Dell XPS M1330

This is the best portable gaming laptop with an ultra slim, sleek and sexy looks.


  • Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5450 (1.66GHz)
  • 1 GB DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz (2 DIMMs)
  • 120 GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
  • 128MB NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS
  • 8X DVD +/- RW w/dbl layer write capability
  • Integrated 2.0 Mega Pixel Web Camera
  • Intel 4965 802.11a/b/g Dual-Band Mini Card
  • Dell Travel Remote Control
  • Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium

Price $929

Display your Latest Tweets

Visitors to your blog may also enjoy reading your Tweets, particularly if they are of relevance to your blog's niche subject.

Here is a selection of the best tools for displaying Twitter updates in your Blogger layout:

The Official Twitter Badges

Twitter provides an animated "Profile" badge which you can use to display your latest updates as a widget in your blog layout:

You can configure the size, colours and number of updates for your badge in the settings, then grab the code which can be pasted in an HTML/JavaScript widget in your Blogger layout page.

Another alternative is th
e Twitter "MySpace" gadget, which uses Flash to create a different appearance to the gadget:

We can copy the code generated for this widget and paste into an HTML/JavaScript widget in our blog - it's not limited only to MySpace profiles!

Blogger Widgets and Gadgets

Another way to display your Twitter updates is to install a Blogger widget or gadget in your layout. These can be configured to display as few or many Tweets as you choose, and require only your Twitter username to install:

Simple Twitter Updates Widget
This was the first Twitter application I created for use with Blogger blogs and still remains one of the most popular tools on the site! To install, simply fill out the form and click "Add Widget" to install automatically in your layout.

Twitter Gadget for Blogger (EN)
This gadget works in much the same way as the Twitter Updates widget but is simpler to install and can be reconfigured after installation.

Twitter Updates Gadget (ES)
Daniel Ikeda has made a Spanish translation of my Twitter Gadget for easy installation.

Add a "Follow Me" Badge

To encourage your blog readers to follow you on Twitter, try adding a "Follow Me" badge which links to your Twitter profile page.
Here are some useful tools and badges which you can use to add a linked "Follow Me" badge to your Blogger layout:

Twitter Follow Badge by Go2Web"

Here's a new and interesting way to add a non-intrusive "follow me" badge to your site, like this:
The badge can be configured for different colour schemes, height from the top of the page and left/right alignment.
To add the badge to your Blogger blog, visit the TwitterFollowBadge page and fill in the form to your requirements. This will generate some JavaScript code which you should add just before the closing tag in your Blogger template. However, in it's native form this code will not display in Blogger!
Instead, we have two options:
  1. Paste the JavaScript into an HTML/JavaScript widget instead
  2. Replace <-- and --> in the generated code with <-- and --> (this enables the script to function correctly and display the badge in your page)

TwitterButtons offers several pages of free "follow" buttons to help your blog readers follow you on Twitter:

Simply add your Twitter ID in the space provided and TwitterButtons will generate the code to add the button of your choice as a linked badge in your layout. Paste the code into an HTML/JavaScript gadget in your layout (or directly in your template if preferred!) and you're all set.

Twitter Buttons by

This site offers 31 different styles of Twitter buttons which you can add to your blog. Although the site is not in English, the Twitter buttons are.

To add these to Blogger easily, use your favourite image in a Picture gadget in the layout, then link this to your Twitter profile:

Add "Tweet This" Links to your Blog Posts

Twitter is an excellent service for syndicating blog posts and useful or interesting articles. Help your blog readers share their favourite posts on Twitter by providing a "Tweet This" link for each of your blog posts.

Here are three different ways you could do this:

Add a simple "Tweet This" link

The simplest of all Twitter syndication links is a text link which uses the URL and title of your blog post:

There are of course many ways in which this link could be styled, and where it could be positioned. For now I'll explain the most basic method of installation.

Go to Layout>Edit HTML in your Blogger dashboard and check the "Expand Widget Templates" box.

Then using your browser search function, locate the following line of code (or similar):
Immediately after this line, paste the following section of code:
YOUR-TWITTER-USERNAME " + data:post.url' title='Tweet it on Twitter'>Tweet This
Be sure to replace "YOUR-TWITTER-USERNAME" with your own username!

Then save your template. This will add a "Tweet This" link in the post-footer section beneath each blog post. Readers can click this link to post a pre-filled template "Tweet" like this:

Image based "Tweet This" Link

If you'd prefer to use a stylish button or larger image link, you can simply replace the text from the previous example with an image tag, like this:

YOUR-TWITTER-USERNAME " + data:post.url' title='Tweet it on Twitter'>Tweet This
Here's a great example of this effect
on PSDrecipes:

Enable "Tweetbacks" in your template

Our Blogger templates already support "Backlinks" (known as "Links to this post" in Blogger). However, these backlinks don't display links generated on Twitter which usually include shortened URLs.

Dan Zarella's original "Tweetbacks" script is JavaScript based and can be used in Blogger templates to display tweets about your post. It is very easy to install and requires no customization (unless you wish to style how the tweetbacks are displayed).

To add "Tweetbacks" to your Blogger blog, simply copy the code below and paste this in your template where you would like the Tweetbacks to appear:
The simplest installation is to paste this code into an HTML/JavaScript widget in your Blogger layout. This will display Tweetbacks on every page of your blog, and will show the Tweetbacks attributed to each individual page.

Another possibility is to add Tweetbacks beneath the "Links to this post" section of your template, effectively grouping these tweets with backlinks to each individual post.

To achieve this, go to Layout>Edit HTML and check the "Expand widget templates" box. Then search for the following line in your template:
Immediately after this line, paste the following section of code:


This will add Tweetbacks with the appropriate title just above the "Links to this post" section of your layout.

Note: you must configure "Backlinks" to "Show" in the Settings>Comments section of your dashboard to enable this method to work.

Add TwitPic Updates to your Sidebar

TwitPic enables us to share images to Twitter, which can be posted by phone, using the TwitPic API or directly from the TwitPic site.

I've developed a gadget which you can use
to display your recent TwitPic updates in your Blogger layout which is easy to install and can be configured to your needs:

Use this link to add TwitPic Updates to your Blogger blog.

Add "Real Time" Twitter Updates

Being a fast, virtually instantaneous stream of updates on any given subject, many of us like to keep up with references, news and re-tweets in real-time, rather than having to update or revisit Twitter search at periodic intervals.

Here are two highly useful gadgets for blogger which can be used to display real-time updates in your actual blog layout:

Twitter Search

by, this gadget offers a stream of updates for a given search term, hash tag or username.

Simply add the gadget to your blog and change the terms for search after installation (your readers can use this too!):
Visit this page on to learn more about this gadget and install in your Blogger layout.

Juitter Gadget - real time updates with configurable search terms

Based on the exce
llent Juitter JQuery plugin by Rodrigo Fante, this gadget enables real-time Twitter updates based on the search terms you specify on installation. You can choose to display tweetbacks referencing your Twitter username, a particular search term and even combinations of terms:

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Gamers will tell you that it is all about the speed with every single bit of special effects cranked up to the maximum without losing a single frame, but unfortunately for the average man on the street, purchasing a couple or even three of such high-end video cards places a great strain on the monthly budget, which is why high-end video cards are never the main bread-and-butter products for companies that churn them out, although they are great technological breakthroughs and examples worth drooling over. AMD’s recent launch of the ATI Radeon HD 4890 graphics card that was touted to be the most powerful graphics processor in the world is now even better, as AMD has made available a factory overclocked graphics processor which will be the first of its kind to break the 1GHz barrier using nothing but standard air-cooling solutions.

AMD has broken a rather notable engineering milestone by being the first graphics company to overcome the fabled 1GHz barrier, where it uses highly advanced GDDR5 memory alongside the mentioned 1GHz clock speed, allowing it to deliver a whopping 1.6 TeraFLOPs of computing power which is 50% more compared to its fiercest competitor’s high end single-GPU solution. This unprecedented level of raw computing power will definitely offer unseen levels of general purpose GPU-accelerated performance in ATI Stream applications, including video transcoding and post processing.

You can expect gamers salivating in anticipation with the new ATI Radeon HD 4890, and those who are interested can pick it up from various AMD technology partners such as Sapphire, XFX, Asus and TUL. The most advanced design so far, you will be able to take advantage of ground-breaking DirectX 10.1 titles including Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X., Electronic Art’s BattleForge and SEGA’s Stormrise which were released last month. After all, why settle for DirectX 10 game play when DirectX 10.1 games have been proven to deliver higher game performance and an improved visual experience?

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It’s that time of the month when we come across another seemingly crazy USB gadget and in this case it’s USB Heated Gloves. As crazy as it sounded at first they’re actually not a bad idea.

The office I currently work in (not for much longer) is like an igloo in the winter and not a lot warmer in the summer (the air con is exponentially more effective than the radiators). Everybody tends to wear more layers of clothing but when you’re coding (or blogging) your hands still get a bit chilly. These USB Heated Gloves could certainly help prevent a few frozen coders hands and fingers.

At first glance they appear like normal fingerless gloves (with a daft fold-over mitten attachment) but plug the attached USB lead into any vacant USB port on your PC or game console and the gloves will be heated by the power of USB (hopefully not a USB2 device).

You can get these heated USB gloves for $22 from USB Brando, found first on blog.scifi (thanks Adam).


LG is an old hand when it comes to flat screen TVs with High Definition capability, and it is nice to see them introduce yet another improvement to their new line up of HDTVs in order to go one up against other competing brands. This time round, the Korean consumer electronics giant has rolled out broadband-capable HDTVs that are able to access the instant high-definition (HD) movie service from VUDU Inc. The HDTVs that fall under this purview will include LG’s LH50 1080p LCD series and PS80 Plasma 1080p series, where they will be come with “NetCast Entertainment Access” from next month onwards. This unique partnership between both companies will see consumer obtain access to thousands of HD movies at the touch of a button without having to go through the usual motion of flipping through a catalog at a video store as of yore.

The VUDU service enables consumers to instantly buy or rent from an extensive library of movies and TV titles. This industry-leading catalog will comprise of over 2,000 high-definition movies, and best of all is, you don’t have to worry about forking out any more monthly fees. In addition, there is no need to purchase, install, or connect any additional hardware for you to get started. Consumers can easily enjoy movies in VUDU’s unique HDX format, with Full HD 1080p resolution, plus Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 surround sound to tickle their visual audio senses.

VUDU’s streaming movie service is pretty reliable as well, delivering a near-instant viewing experience as movies begin almost immediately after selection, even those that come in high definition resolution. Not only that, you can fast forward, rewind and browse chapters without having to worry about slow buffering, just in case you want to watch only the best parts of your favorite movie. Movie buffs will be pleased to note that the VUDU catalog is updated weekly, while newly released movies from major studios are typically available months before they make their way to subscription-based services. LG’s 47″ LCD HDTV (model 47LH50) and 50″ plasma HDTV (model 50PS80) with NetCast Entertainment Access will retail for $1,699 and $1,799, respectively.

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Here is step by step tutorial , which will show you how to add Digg button to your blogger post. Well-integrated Digg button can be very effective and would encourage your readers to submit your article to the Digg Social Community Network, which can result to get some traffic on the go.

Adding digg button in blogger template is very simple,just do this small edit in your blog Template.

You should first make sure that you have Enabled Post Pages to Yes.

-Login to blogger account
-Go to Settings and click on Archiving Tab
-Set “Enable Post Pages” to “Yes”.

How to Add Digg Button In Top Right Corner Of The Post

Go to Layout->EDIT Html->Expand Widget
And Find this line of code

Paste this on the line directly before it:

Save your template.After this you´ll see digg button on right top of every of your post.

How to add Digg button directly into blogger post

We all know that blogger does not allow the SCRIPT tag in anything other than the Blogger template.If you think that there is no way to directly add script tag to blogger post, then you´re wrong. We can use iframe html tag , which contains another document. Just follow instruction below:

1. Copy this code into Notepad and save as digg.html

In “digg_url =” add your digg url.

2. Upload digg.html to server . You can’t upload file .html on blogger but you can use free hosting service . Go to this site and create account. When you login into Control Panel , Go to File Manager and upload digg.html

3. Insert the following code into blogger post

It looks like this :

Every once in a while, some new video game technology is released that could change the way games could be played. We’ve already seen the announcement from Microsoft with their Project Natal, and Sony is chiming in with its own great advancement. Sony has recently announced that the PlayStation Eye webcam is going to have face-recognition technology as well as gender recognition technology.

I believe that we have already covered gender-recognition technology before, and Kish Hirani, Sony Europe’s head of developer services, says that it can “detect gender and even the age of the face, separate facial features such as the nose, eyes, and ears, and even detect whether you’re smiling or not”.

By the way, it is planned to work with the upcoming Sony Motion Controller, which I don’t think we have covered. It will accomplish this using the X, Y, and Z motion.

So, what are we looking at here? An age where you don’t have to use your own username, or set up an account? A time where your Sony Playstation just “looks” at you and knows you are? Does anyone else think that sounds a little scary, like Big Brother?

I mean, why not apply this technology to our webcams, and so our computers greet us with full knowledge of who we are? It sure beats the traditional Windows welcome screen. Unless, of course, you like anonymity.


When I first saw the Wink Glasses, I thought they were those joke/novelty glasses that have those weird pictures that change if you tilt them. Yeah, I probably should know the proper name for this technology, but I don’t. I’m also not doing a good job at describing it, but remember those cheap plastic glasses that make you look like you’re winking or blinking?

No, the Wink Glasses are no joke, as they are designed for those who taking gaming too seriously. Did you ever hear of those stories about how video games reduce the player’s blinking ratio, and how it can lead to long-term damage over time?

Well, the Wink Glasses are designed to detect whether the user is blinking and then fogs up the glasses if the user doesn’t blink at the normal five-second mark. I suppose this encourages you to blink, even if it spoils your game.

I’m not certain how long it takes to charge this particular wireless device, but it can apparently hold an eight-hour charge. Of course, if there is an outlet or USB port nearby, the Wink Glasses can always be attached there for power.

If you are interested in the Wink Glasses, then you might have to be in Japan to get them. They won’t hit the market on August 10th for a price of $150.


Gamers do take the challenges that come with their territory seriously, and it can end up as a pretty expensive hobby in the long run with the non-stop upgrades when it comes to video cards alongside bigger monitors, better keyboards, superior soundcards (and network cards to boot), headphones, and more importantly, the mouse. The gaming mouse is highly essential to any self-respecting gamer, since it functions as an extension of the said gamer’s hands and reflexes, doing its master’s bidding with each flick of the hand or press of a button. There is a handful of hardware manufacturers out there in the market today that have decent gaming mice offerings, and Logitech is among one of the pack to come up with pretty impressive models in the past, and they ain’t stopping with their latest addition – the Logitech Gaming Mouse G500.

Meant to be the successor to the classic Logitech G5 Laser Mouse, the Logitech Gaming Mouse G500 will bring game-changing precision despite your current hand speed. Thanks to its gaming-grade laser engine, you are able to perform at the highest intensity levels without worrying about your hardware giving up on you, being capable of achieving a maximum hand speed of 165 inches per second (ips) and a maximum acceleration force of 30 gs. Another feature that we tend to take for granted these days where gaming mice are concerned would be its on-the-fly adjustable-dpi that provides you with the right dpi level at all times, ranging from 200 dpi all the way to 5700 dpi for those who “twitch” when they fire. This won’t hook up wirelessly since Logitech believes that a USB cable is still the most reliable method of going around it. The G500 comes with onboard memory that allows you to save various settings for different games, while giving you the opportunity to play with 27 grams of weight for a more personalized feel and control. What is most striking would be its rugged finish in a battle-worn accent that is totally different from its competitors in the market. Logitech has priced the Gaming Mouse G500 at $69.99 when it arrives in the US and Europe later this September.

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Audio plays a very important role when gaming, especially when it comes to FPS titles where it will give the position of your opponent away since footsteps were introduced in titles like Quake II and Half-Life. Logitech ensures you get the best audio gaming experience possible with its lightweight G330 that also fights fatigue thanks to its adjustable, behind-the-head design. This design is the first of its kind for gaming headsets, as it can slide over for a personalized fit. A soft silicone-lined headband and pivoting ear pads further relieves common pressure points on your head. Features include a noise-canceling microphone that reduces background noise when you speak to your team mates, and it can rotate out of the way whenever you don’t need it. In-line audio controls allow you to adjust the volume or mute the microphone on-the-fly, while a USB adapter allows you to connect digitally to a free USB port for enhanced audio. Logitech will make the Gaming Headset G330 available in the US and Europe later this month for $49.99.

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If you tend to run the battery out on your iPhone at really inconvenient times when you aren’t around a charger, you might want to consider an emergency charger. Actually this will also work with many other iPods as well. So when you’re in serious need of some battery life, you can just pull out this 1cm thick charger and charge it up again. Since it is so small you could easily keep it in your pocket or a purse.

The charger will work with the iPhone (all versions), iPod Touch (1st and 2nd gen), iPod Classic, iPod with video and finally the iPod Nano (4th and 3rd gen). Although I can’t think of many times when I was in an emergency situation where I absolutely had to have my iPod up and running. However, iPhone users will probably get plenty of use out of something like this. It has a built-in LED indicator to let you know it’s charging. To recharge the emergency charger, you can either plug it into your computer or into the wall with the included AC adaptor. You can purchase it for $24.99 from USB Fever.

Source: GeekyGadgets


Folks who are looking to conceive and have plenty of trouble doing so can always check out the DuoFertility gizmo that comes with a money-back guarantee, which is pretty surprising since not many people/parties are willing to include a guarantee in their products these days. The guarantee is good for a year, where they claim that you can always get your money back if you and your partner do not end up with a bundle of joy within that period of time. The entire package will comprise of ovulation detectors made from rubberized plastic which are then stuck below a woman’s arm near her bra strap. This is made possible thanks to an adhesive patch that covers the entire sensor. The sensor will hold a temperature probe and memory chip which will then keep track of essential data every few seconds. The wireless data reader will break down what it has gathered, translating them to a user-friendly piece of information that includes temperature readings as well as an ovulation diary so that one can always do the horizontal hokey-pokey where chance of conceiving is at its highest.

Source: Gizmodiva

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