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LG DoublePlay Will Offer Split Keyboard and Dual Screens

The dual-screen Kyocera Echo didn’t have much success in the market, and Nokia abandoned the split keyboard design they had with the Nokia e70 and the Nokia 6800 family. Unlike the Echo and the e70, the DoublePlay from LG, exclusively available from T-Mobile, will have a 3.5” main display and a split sliding keyboard with 2” display. The 2” …

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Lark wants to change the way you sleep and wake up

The problem with alarm clocks is that they wake you up in the middle of a dream, and not just you, but also all the people at your place. Furthermore, alarm clocks don’t know if you are already awake or not, and therefore they don’t know when to stop the alarm and when to continue …

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sOccket: Play Soccer and Generate Electricity at the Same Time

The sOccket is a soccer ball that captures and stores energy while being played. It was developed by four students from Harvard, as a project. They tried to connect two observations they had: (1) kids all over the world are playing soccer and (2) many kids in the undeveloped world don’t have electricity at home. …

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Shoot Now, Focus Later – Lytro is Working on Multi-Focus Cameras

Lytro wants to change the way we take photos by introducing the concept of ‘living-pictures’. A ‘living-picture’ is a picture that the viewer can change the focus of it (check out the sample images on Lytro’s site). Lytro uses a technology based on (4D) light-field photography, which capture not only the amount of light at …

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Nintendo wants to bring the 3DS experience to the living room using the Wii-U

Nintendo had two successful products, the DS/3DS  and the Wii, with each one of them provides its own benefits. The Nintendo 3D/3DS offers a two screen gaming experience and focuses more on hard core gamers. The Wii, on the other hand, is focused on the broader demographic and has provided more social experience when using …

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Sony shows 3D displays with Dual-View capability

The jury is still out on the verdict regarding the usage of 3D TV’s at home. In the meantime, Sony has showed additional usage for the capability of showing a different image to each eye — Dual-View. Dual-View enables two players to watch one screen, but to view two different images (instead of the split …

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BlueStacks plan to enable running Android Apps on Windows machines

It seems that all the cool applications these days are for mobile platforms. One of the items in the Google I/O keynote was the announcement of the availability of Angry Birds in Chrome. BlueStacks wants to enable Android Apps to run on Windows machines. Unlike other environments, Android Apps can run side by side with …

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D-Wave is Offering the First Quantum Computer

D-Wave has introduced the D-Wave One, the first quantum computing computer. The processor of the D-Wave One is different from traditional processors, which are based on transistors. The Quantum Computer is based on physics behavior ,and it should be easier to model and solve problems of Artificial Intelligence (Markov Random Field), System Validation and Graph …

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Concept: Toaster-Shaped Alarm Clock for the iPhone

This conceptual product by Michael Kritzer is called the DayMaker. This is an alarm clock, with a place for 2 iPhones and an analog clock in front. When the alarm on one of the iPhones rings, the iPhone jumps like a bread slice in a toaster. You can make it snooze by pressing it down again. In …

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Samsung Central Station: An External Screen and Wireless Laptop Docking Station

Samsung has recently released 23” and 27” SyncMaster displays as part of the Samsung Central Station series (which was first introduced in CES’11). The Central Station uses UWB wireless technology to connect to a laptop, like the Samsung Series 9 that comes with built-in UWB. If your laptop doesn’t have a built-in UWB support, you …

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Detachable battery for the iPhone using ThirdRail case

ThirdRail has introduced a product that addresses one of the common issues of the iPhone — no replaceable battery. The ThirdRail system contains of two elements, an iPhone 4 case and a smart battery. The ThirdRail case is a slim case with a unique feature, you can add a ThirdRail smart battery that will charge …

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Concept: How to watch a baby in the womb – PreVue

PreVue

Melody Shiue, an industrial designer of the University of New South Wales Australia won an award for her product design called, PreVue. It is a device that employs latest stretchable display technology over the abdominal region, letting other family members to connect with the fetus. The PreVue gives you the chance to watch the baby’s …

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Panasonic announces the availability of apps for their Viera Connect TVs

At CES 2011, Panasonic released an SDK to enable applications development for its Viera Connect TV line. The SDK should help to increase the amount of applications available for Viera TVs. Panasonic promises an ease-of-use experience when using applications over IPTV, including sports, games, health and fitness, video-on-demand and others. The first application for 2011, NBA …

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