iPhone cases that can be used to open bottles is nothing new. But Be A Headcase take it further with an app that counts how many the user has opened over a period of time. Is this even possible? Well, read on.
You may remember the Apple Peel 520 device that allowed you to convert your iPod Touch into a cellphone we covered back last July. Well the creators have now unveiled a more refined second generation Apple Peel 520.
The new generation of Apple Peel is a much more sleek device, with slimmer lines, transforming your iPod Touch to even look more like an iPhone 4 smartphone.
The new Apple Peel 520 also now includes data transfer, all be it GPRS, which was not available in the first generation device. Watch the promo video after the break to see the next generation Apple Peel 520 in action.
It looks like T-mobile is about to drop the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet for $299.99 to $249.99, according to a leaked document found by the guys over at TMO news.
The price drop applies to customers who are purchasing the Samsung Galaxy Tab with a two year mobile data contract, and it looks like the price has been reduced in order to make the Galaxy Tab more competitive against a large number of new tablets which have been introduced.
In anticipation of the up and coming launch of the new Verizon iPhone 4 in February 2011, Apple has now made its ordering pages available to the public on its website for both the 16GB and 32GB iPhones.
The Verizon iPhone 4 will be available to pre-order for existing customers of Verizon Wireless and new customers will be able to order the Verizon Wireless iPhone 4 from the 10th of February 2011.
Researchers have created an anthropomorphic robot hand that can endure collisions with hard objects and even strikes from a hammer without breaking into pieces and looks worryingly similar to that of a Terminator from the films.
The team at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) have recreated the shape and size of a human hand, with five articulated fingers powered by a network of 38 tendons, each connected to an individual motor on the forearm. Watch the video after the jump.
Ricoh has added a new compact camera to its range, the Ricoh CX5 which is the follow on to the previous Ricoh CX4, and it shares the same 10 megapixel backlit sensor as the previous model, and also features a 3 inch display and a 28-300mm (35mm equivalent) sensor.
The Ricoh CX5 features a new hybrid autofocus which adds a distance sensor into the autofocus, and according to Ricoh this reduces the amount of time it takes to focus down to 0.2 seconds.
XCM have just unveiled their new XCM F-1 Converter thats allows Xbox 360 game drivers to be able to attach either the Logitech G25 or G27 sterring wheels to their Xbox’s complete with rumbles.
XCM developed the F-1 Converter after receiving many requests for a device to allow the connection to the high end sterring wheels. The newly developed device is now compatible with both the Xbox 360 and Xbox 360 Slim, watch the video after the jump to see the new device in action.
After a legal battle with Apple, restricting HyperMac from using the patented Apple MagSafe connectors on its products. HyperMac has become even more inventive and has created new ways to use and charge their line of portable power packs for Mac laptops.
Earlier this month they released a method using Apple’s Magsafe Airline Adapter to be able to charge your devices using their battery packs and today HyperMac have released another gadget to help. The HyperJuice Magic Box a device that allows you to safely modify and chop-up the cable off your own MagSafe power adapter and use it with HyperMac’s batteries.
Speck has just unveiled a new style of iPad protection to its range in the form of a wrap. The new Speck iPad Candyshell Wrap is slightly different to other cases as it has a flip close lid thats also doubles as a stand .
The Wrap has a hard outer shell to protect your iPad from knocks with a soft rubber lining designed to prevent any scratches to your iPad and provide shock absorption when dropped.
It seems that Google is less than happy with the performance of the Android Market, particularly with the amount of applications being purchased aside from a few premium applications.
Google is looking to make a number of changes to the Android Market, in a hope to increase the amount of applications that are purchased, these will adding an in app payment system, similar to the one Apple uses for its iOS apps.
We already know that Samsung is working on new versions of its Galaxy Tab Android tablet, we have head that there will be a new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, and now it looks like there may also be a larger 10 inch version.
Samsung has sent out invites to Mobiles World Congress 2011, and as you can see from the photo below it lo0ks like Samsung will be announcing a larger Galaxy Tab next month.
Rude Gameware has launched a new mouse aimed at gamers, the Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse V2. The Rude Gameware Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse V2 features a 5000 DPI Laser Engine and a 1000 Hz polling with 1 millisecond response time.
It features a total of seven buttons which can be programmed with a range of macros and it features built in memory for macro recording.