It’s called the “Anytime Universal Intelligence” project. What it does is measure the intelligence of computers and thinking machines so that better A.I. can be built. It also applies to humans.
I really like my iPad, but I admit that there have been a few times I wished it would run some of the software that I run on my desktop Windows computer. If it could run some of my software, I would never need my notebook again. If you want a tablet that runs Windows, you may be familiar with the WindPad 100W from MSI.
Monster has been around for a long time and is one of those companies that takes a lot of heat for some of its products. Monster Cables are really expensive and most consider them to be no better than plain cables you get at the local discount store. Monster does have lots of other gear though and some of it is undeniably cool.
Toshiba has this week unveiled its latest 1.8 inch hard drive that could lead the way for a new range of media devices capable of helping you store up to 55,000 songs, 275 hours of video or even 34,000 photos in your pocket.
With Apples Classic iPod now looking a little dated with its 60GB of storage the new Toshiba MKxx39GSL could easily increase this up to a more satisfying 220GB, with a little help from Apple.
Djay the application features in Apples latest iPad commercial has just been put through its paces by the Cult of Mac team. The new Djay transforms your iPad into a full-fledged DJ system, allowing you to mix your iPod music library on a realistic looking turntable interface.
With Djay you can perform live, record mixes on-the-go, or enable Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite playlist automatically. Watch the video after the jump to see the new Djay app in action.
Disney has released more details on their new Android based 3D smartphone that we heard about recently, the Disney 3D Android smartphone will be available in Japan and will have access to the ‘Disney Market’.
The Disney 3D Android smartphone is based on the Sharp Galapagos 003SH, and it features a 3.8 inch touchscreen 3D display, plus a 9.6 megapixel camera and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
Recently Google released a preview of the Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK, and the guys over at Ars Technica have been taking a look at the new user interface in the tablet version of Google’s Android OS.
The Motorola Xoom tablet will be one of the first tablets to use Android 3.0, so this preview gives us a look at what the UI will be like on the Xoom and other tablets.
If you have external eSATA drives, thanks to a new adapter from NewerTech you can now transform these into USB 3.0 ready storage. Allowing you to take advantage of the high-bandwidth USB 3.0 performance and experience data rates up to 5Gb/s from your external drive.
The NewerTech eSATA to USB 3.0 Adapter simply plugs in-between your eSATA drive and the connecting USB cable to your computer system.
The guys over at CrackBerry have managed to get their hands on a photo and some specifications of the new BlackBerry Curve Touch, and it is likely to be available by the end of the year.
The BlackBerry Curve Touch features a 3.25 inch HVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels, processing comes for a MSM 8655 800MHz CPU, and this is the first Curve that will come without a physical keyboard instead it will feature a virtual QWERTY keyboard.
On the fifth birthday of its DeathAdder range of gaming mice, Razer has celebrated by unveiling a new DeathAdder Black Edition gaming mouse.
The DeathAdder Black Edition mouse features a right-handed design and is equipped with a 3500dpi 3.5G infrared sensor, 1000hz ultrapolling with 1ms response time, together with zero-acoustic Razer gaming grade ultraslick mouse feet.
It looks like Flip will be adding another video camera to its range, as a new version with built in WiFi has turned up at the FCC, with the model number M3260.
The Flip WiFi video camera has been tested using 802.11n WiFi as well as with HDMI and USB connectors, so it looks like fl.ip will be launching a new version that will let you share and upload videos over WiFi.
After the Xbox 360 Crysis 2 demo was released earlier this week causing a raft of complaints from PC gamers about the the apparent Xbox 360 exclusivity of the demo. EA has now announced via Twitter that there will indeed be a PC demo arriving shortly.
“At this time, Crytek & EA are glad to confirm that we’ll be releasing a pre-launch Crysis 2 multiplayer demo on PC! Stay tuned for details,”