Space Digits Watch Inspired By Intergalactic Travel Unveiled By Tokyoflash (video)

TokyoFlash has unveiled a new addition to their range of uniquely styled watches this week with the launch of the Kisai Space Digits LCD Watch, which has been inspired by intergalactic travel.

The Kisai Space Digits watch displays the time and date digitally on one screen, and is easy to read once you take a minute to study the watch face, or watch the video after the jump which explains everything.

Space Digits Watch

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Worlds Most Expensive Lego Brick Sold For $14,500

True Lego fans might have already seen the world’s most expensive Lego brick, which was given out to selected business partners and LEGO employees between 1979-81 after they had worked for Lego for 25 years.

The gold Lego brick is crafted from 14-carat gold and weighs 25.6g, and recently fetched $14,449 over on the Brick Envy website, which specialises in collector LEGO sets and pieces.

Gold Lego Brick

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Microsoft Bing Maps Updated With 121TB Of Global Satellite Images

Last week Microsoft announced that they have no added over 121 TB of satellite and global ortho imagery to their new Windows 8 maps application and Bing maps service.

Microsoft has also created a Facebook page where it will post detailed images of the world on a daily basis, by each week focusing on a theme to portray the imagery Microsoft  have acquired for their Bing mapping service.

Bing Maps

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Staples Preparing To Offer Low Cost 3D Printing

Mcor Technologies and Staples have teamed up to start a new service that will provide low cost 3D Printing for all, via a service called “Staples Easy 3D”.

The new low cost 3D printing service will be available online via the Staples Office Centre, and will be rolled out in the Netherlands and Belgium during the first quarter of 2013.

Staples Low Cost 3D Printing

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Wise TiVi Integrated PC & Web Camera Easily Adds Android 4.2 Features To Your HDTV

If you are looking for a quick and convenient way to add Android support to your HDTV, together with the added benefit of a web camera you can use with the screen, Wise TiVi might be a solution.

A new Wise TiVi device is available in three different versions as either a set-top box, a portable device or with an integrated web camera, which all provides Android support for your HD TV.


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All Apple TV Adverts From 1977 To Present Day Catalogued (video)

If you have enjoyed any of the Apple TV commercials which have been created over the past decades, you might be interested to know that YouTube user “EveryAppleAds” has put together a collection spanning back to 1977.

The collection apparently contains every TV commercial Apple has created since 1977 and currently consist of 486 adverts from Apple’s earliest Apple II Homemaker advert, up to the recent iPad Mini TV campaign.

Apple TV Commericals

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Apple TV Firmware And iOS Remote App Updates Roll Out With iTunes 11 Support

Over the weekend Apple has rolled out new updates for its Apple Tv set-top box and its iOS remote application adding tweals and features and support for Apple new iTunes 11 software which rolled out late last week.

Apple’s iOS Remote application has been specifically designed to integrate and enable users to control iTunes, enabling you to a song, pick a playlist, or browse your entire library as well as control your Apple TV.

iOS Remote Update

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Pixar’s Lamp Recreated Using Arduino Technology (video)

The Lamp named Pinokio has been developed by students at Victoria University of Wellington, and has been built using six servos, an Arduino processor, a web camera and OpenCV. Check the results out in the video after the jump.

It’s not the first time that developers have tried to recreate the famous Pixar Lamp which can be seen at the beginning of Pixar’s movies, in real life using Arduino technology,

Pixar Lamp

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JayBird BlueBuds X In-ear Bluetooth Headphones Launch For $170 (video)

If you are in the market for a new pair of Bluetooth headphones, JayBird has launched their new BlueBuds X In-ear Bluetooth set this week, which come equipped with a microphone for taking calls.

The new JayBird BlueBuds X Bluetooth headphones are also equipped with other features including Shift technology which provides lossless decompression of audio. Check out the video after the break to learn more about the new JayBird BlueBuds headphones.

JayBird BlueBuds X In-ear Bluetooth Headphones

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Garry’s Mod With Kinect Support Launching December 6th (video)

Following on from the news that Garry’s Mod or GMod as it’s more widely known, would be receiving Microsoft Kinect support sometime in the early part of December.

It’s now been revealed that the mods developer and creator Garry Newman is aiming to launch Garry’s Mod for Kinect on Thursday, December 6th 2012. Check out the videos after the jump to see the new GMod mod in action using Kinect motion sensor technology.

Garrys Mod Kinect

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HTC Droid DNA Kernel Source Code Released

HTC has this month released the kernel source code for their Droid DNA smartphone, building their already good relationship with developers and the hacking/modding communities around the world.

The release of the new kernel source code will enable developers to create custom ROMs with ease, allowing them to create additional user interfaces if required.


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Samsung Pocket Sized Mobile Beam Projector

A new accessory for Samsung products has been spotted online in the form of a pocket sized Samsung Mobile Beam Projector, which is smaller than a Galaxy S III smartphone.

The new Samsung Mobile Beam Projector can be used with Galaxy smartphones, Galaxy Players, Galaxy Tab’s and PC systems, together with any other devices that support MHL/HDMI.

Samsung Mobile Beam Projector

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