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Shape Up Alarm Clock Annoys the Non-Athletic

Posted in Random Tech by Danielle on July 17th, 2008.

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Fred & Friends have developed an amazingly annoying alarm clock, named the Shape Up Clock, that won’t shut off until you perform 30 repetitions with the dumbbell.  To give that special someone a not so subtle hint, click here to locate a Fred & Friends retailer.

Nikon’s 12.1 Megapixel D700 DSLR Dazzles

Posted in Cameras, Nikon by Danielle on July 9th, 2008.

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Nikon’s D700 is a new, high-powered DSLR geared towards the prosumer market (especially with its $2,999 pricetag). Serious photographers will drool over this camera: it comes with a 12.1 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor with Nikon’s EXPEED image processing technology, ISO sensitivity of up to 6400, continuous 5fps shooting, a 3 inch VGA colour monitor with 170 degree viewing capabilities, a tough magnesium body, two living shooting modes, Dynamic Integrated Dust Reduction System, Nikon’s Scene Recognition System, and built-in flash. To see the D700’s product page, click here!

Sidekick LX OTA to Drop June 25th

Posted in Phones, Sidekick by Danielle on June 16th, 2008.

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The Sidekick LX update will officially drop on June 25th, although it may take up to 4 weeks for it to fully roll out. Anticipated features include video capture support, the ability to send or receive photos, video, and music via Bluetooth, and Quickfind. Here is a list of new features, via BGR:

  • Capture videos using the new video mode
  • Playback from the SD card or email attachments using the media player
  • Share videos via email, Picture messaging, and Bluetooth
  • Listen to songs or videos using a stereo Bluetooth device
  • Send and receive photos, videos, or music via Bluetooth
  • 3 IM clients & enhancements to AIM® and Yahoo!® Messenger
  • Create and join group chats
  • See who is logged into IM from the address book or email and instantly start a conversation
  • Set a custom status message then keep chatting
  • Search for friends in a buddy list
  • Got more buddies than you can keep track of? See who’s online right from the address book or email, and search for friends in your buddy lists
  • Select how Web pages are displayed based on preference
  • PC-like, full-size layout to pan & scan while reading o Standard Sidekick screen-size layout to simply scroll down the page to read · Mini Page to zoom out on an overview of an entire Web page
  • Save images from Web pages to the SD card Personalize the way you want to surf
  • Device does not restart after a download. Just install an item, and it’s ready to use
  • Capture videos and share them directly from the Camera app
  • Video integration for playback, send, and save to gallery
  • QuickFind: search for keywords across applications to find messages or information
  • Spell Checker

Looks pretty exciting for Sidekick LX users!

First Glimpse of Guitar Hero IV Drums

Posted in Games by Danielle on May 14th, 2008.

Game Informer proudly displayed the first images of Guitar Hero IV’s drums.  The magazine was pretty impressed by the layout of these electronic drums, which aim to mimic the drum set of Rock Band.  Right now, we’re not sure if Guitar Hero’s drum set will work with Rock Band; if not, you’ll have to find a way to creatively fit two gaming drum sets in your living room.
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Conceptual Hotel Mimicks the Death Star

Posted in Architecture, Random Tech by Danielle on March 18th, 2008.

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Although the Heerim Architectures who designed this hotel in Azerbaijan claim that they drew their inspiration for the hotel’s unique architecture from the Moon (and accordingly named the building “Full Moon Hotel”), the hotel’s resemblance to the Death Star is rather striking. So striking, in fact, that Azerbaijan may find itself flooded with glassy eyed Star Wars fans if this hotel were to be truly put in production. Even without this claim to fame, the Full Moon Hotel would surely be  flooded by tourists who want a gorgeous view of the Caspian Sea, which the Hotel conveniently overlooks.
For more information about the Full Moon Bay, click here!

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