Slippers are best used for those rare states of chillax in your otherwise hectic life. If you’re an IT guy or a regular compu-nerd, then nothing expresses the life you live better than these keyboard slippers from Kito.
Ages from now, the common citizenry will cherish Dr. Who the same way Shakespeare is cherished today. That’s not saying Dr. Who isn’t cherished by legions of adoring fans right now. Nothing else beats the iconic series in terms of longevity and bad special effects, even utter campyness. Let’s not forget to mention the sheer volume of its reruns.
We have been hearing for a while that INQ has been working on some Facebook Phones, and the company has just unveiled two models the INQ Cloud Touch and the Cloud Q.
Both of these new mobile phones from INQ feature Facebook integration, though the homescreen, and both models run on Google’s Android OS and come with Android 2.2 Froyo.
We have featured a number of device and gadget chargers here on Geeky Gadgets. But the IDAPT i1 Eco mobile charger is a little different and has been designed to accommodate both the gadgets of today and tomorrow as much as possible, with the goal of reducing the daily impact on the environment and let you charge all your gadgets from one charger.
Its innovative interchangeable tip system allows you to use only one charger for all your devices, ensuring a future proof compatibility. It can be used in the home, the car or while travelling ad its even fitted with an auto off feature thats stops the drain of power whilst normal devices would be in a standby mode.
If you have an ExpressCard slot on your laptop thats unused Runcore have just unveiled new device that may be able to bring a little live back to it. RunCore’s latest hybrid ExpressCard/34 adds two USB 3.0 ports and provides 64GB SSD in a single package transforming your unused card slot into a useful device once again.
It looks like there may finally be some pricing on the BlackBerry PlayBook, as the guys over at CrackBerry have found out that the PlayBook will go on sale at Office depot for $499.
This price related to the 16GB WiFi model, and it has a launch date of the 17th week, which means its should launch at the end of March or beginning of April.
The neat little Joystick-It game controller designed and manufactured by ThinkGeek for the iPad has today started shipping, and is now available to order from the ThinkGeek web site for $24.99.
Any game on the iPad that uses an on-screen control pad of some kind is perfect for the Joystick-It and you can simply stick the device directly over the screen controller to start playing. Its constructed from lightweight solid milled-aluminium and no wires or batteries needed to play. Watch the video after the break to see it in action
The last thing we heard about the first Windows Phone 7 update was that it should launch some time in February, but now it looks like the update has delayed and it wont hit Windows Phone 7 devices until the 8th of March 2011.
Neowin are reporting that the update has been delayed due to some last minute changes to the software by Microsoft, it then takes the mobile carriers around two to three weeks to test the software before Microsoft rolls it out.
Spotify is edging ever closer to breaking into the US music market after years of trying to secure a deal that will allow them to enter the US market, which is currently dominated by Apple’s iTunes service.
Only last month Spotify announced details that it was signing a US deal with Sony which would help launch the Spotify service stateside.
Following on from HP’s announcement of their new webOS tablet, the HP TouchPad, Qualcomm the manufacturer who has provided the processor for the new TouchPad has released details on what their latest Snapdragon processor is capable of.
The HP TouchPad uses a new Qualcomm APQ8060 dual core Snapdragon processor, and some of the features include stereoscopic 3D entertainment, 1080p 30fps HD video playback and recording, reported games console quality gaming , although the new TouchPad doesn’t support all these features.
Panasonic has today unveiled its new home fuel cell range that it says are more effiecnt than and cheaper than previous fuel cell solutions. The new “Ene-Farm” fuel cells have been created through a partnership between Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. and Panasonic Corporation.
The new “Ene-Farm” fuel cell co-generation systems generates its electricity through a chemical reaction between oxygen in the atmosphere and hydrogen extracted from city gas in an efficient and very eco-friendly way. Even the heat generated as a byproduct of the chemical reaction is then used for heating the home and water supply.
If you are not quite sold on the whole 3D thing at the moment with the need to wear glasses and all that. Feast your eyes on this massive 200 inch 3D display prototype created by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology’s (NICT) that you can view without the need to wear any specialised viewing glasses.
The 200-inch glasses-free display has been designed and created by NICT to try and fix the three major issues plaguing 3D: stripe noise, reduction in 3D resolution and unnatural images due to the observer’s movement, together with dropping the need to wear those lovely glasses we will all miss.