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Google My Location and Voice Now on Blackberry

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Handhelds,

Google SearchBlackberry users can now search with Google Mobile by My Location and Voice. Tell it you want a hamburger and it will tell you where the closest restaurants are. It will store your location for faster and more relevant results. The application gives quick access to local and Internet news and images. You can test run it on your Blackberry by going to Google. The app will work with Blackberrys running on O/S 4.1+ and with Search by voice on O/S 4.2 and above, and they are working on a version for the Storm.

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Easy Dials It, One Handed Contact

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Productivity, $1.99, Free Apps,

Easy Dials It ScreenEasy Dials It was conceived by Riverturn as the answer to dialing one-handed. You can flip through full screen images of contacts and merely double tap to dial up a number. Tilt your iPhone’s screen and you can automatically scroll through the list or add an image. Also available is the Easy Dials It Lite that only keeps two of your contacts. Both are available at the App Store for $1.99 and $0.00 respectively.

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Explay Colibri Compact Mobile Module

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech,

Colibri Projector ModuleTiny, tiny, tiny. Explay’s Colibri module is a compact mobile projector that can handle VGA, WVGA or SVGA resolutions. The device is all of 24 x 28.6 x 7mm and draws 1.3W power. It will be placed in Explay’s OiO which features 2.5 hrs of usage and pictures from 7 to 70-inches. The projector can be placed from 20 to 200cm away from either a flat or curved surface, thanks to its “Always Focus” technology.

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Sony Webbie HD Mini-Camcorder

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, HDTV, Movies,

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It’s Sony’s turn to join in on the inexpensive, YouTube loving camcorders. The Webbie produces up to 8.5 hours of HD MPEG-4 video or thousands of 5 MP images. At a size of 2.4 x 1.7-inches, it houses a CMOS sensor and records on the company’s ultra-small Memory Stick PRO Duo media. The Webbie also features a 2.5 swivel screen, an 5x optical zoom and simplified software at a price of $199.99. This spring, they will also have an upright Webbie available for $169.99.

 

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Spore Sculptor Makes Creatures 3D

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Electronic Arts, Simulation,

Spore SculptureIt’s not just your head that can become 3D. Now your Spore creatures can come alive (almost) with Spore Sculptor. You simply upload your image and they will make you a critter in its original color for $49.00. It’s best to have one that has two or more legs, and if the features or structures are too thin, chances are they will not work. The Spores are made to scale, so the larger the beast the larger the sculpture.

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ThatsMyFace Creates 3D Portraits

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Design, Internet,

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ThatsMyFace can turn your loved one’s head into an actual sculpture. You simply upload front and side images, and they will take the 2D pictures and turn them into 3D portraits. Imagine mom’s surprise when she opens the box and sees her own head inside. Prices start at $29.00 for a keychain size. Kidding aside, you can also order a gift certificate or upload your own images for free and see how you would look older, as the opposite sex, caricatured or other profiles.

 

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Your Favorite Toys Have Private Lives

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Internet, Movies, Toys, Video Games,

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We had to share this collection of images that show you what we have long suspected, that after we go out for the evening or to bed, our toys really do come out and play. The images include Lego figures, evil Muppets, Happy Tree Friends, Star Wars action figures, Wall-E, and Mario and his buddies. We wonder if the collection’s creators were into “Robot Chicken” or simply caught them in the act.

 

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Adtec AD-MP15A Mini-Projector

Adtec ProjectorNot even 24 hours after we found the 3M MPRO110, we discovered Adtec’s AD-MP15A. This mini-projector also uses LED as a light source for 20,000+ hours of usage and works with a/v equipment, laptops and cell phones. The device has 15 lumens of brightness and a 200:1 contrast ratio. At a size of 27 x 58 x 90mm and a weight of 147g, the pocket-sized projector features a built-in 0.3W mono speaker and runs on a Lithium-ion battery that is good for about 40 min. The AD-MP hits Japan’s shelves sometime this month for ¥39,800 (~$427.00.)

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Sharp AQUOS Photo Player

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Misc. Tech,

AQUOS Photo Player

Sharp has two new AQUOS devices, the HN-PP100 and HN-PP150. Each is a cross between a 300 x 300 dpi photo printer and memory card reader. Display your images on your TV in one of their slideshow options or print them. The Photo Player also has an IR receiver for sending those photos to the player as well as an HDMI output. Unfortunately, the player does not have HD capability and can only store the photos if you have a NAS and the HN-PP150 model.

 

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Digital Foci Image Moments 15 Photo Frame

IMT-153Image Moments is currently working on a new frame, the 15 (IMT-153.) The 15-inch XGA (1024x768) digital LCD has a contrast ration of 700:1. It will hold 450MB of memory, which equals out to more than 2,000 photos. The frame supports CF, MD, MMC, SD/HC cards, Memory Stick, MS PRO and Duo, and xD-Picture Card. Copy images directly from your card via USB 2.0, then organize, catalog, delete and sort. Available next year with 3 included interchangeable mats, the IM 15 will set you back $399.99.

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