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[13 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Analogue Tape Glove Sounds Interesting | ]

Can’t think of an interesting project to kill your weekend with? Well, the guys from SignalToNoise came up with a rather interesting project, the Analogue Tape Glove. Basically it’s a mash of a couple of old tape decks, an amplifier, some glue, and a nearby wall. When it’s all set in place, you’ll be able to play the music that’s on the old magnetic tapes by dragging the fingertips of the modified glove across the surface of the tape. Of course, the sounds will vary and it’ll probably sound just …

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[2 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Nova DSLR camera concept | ]

Erin Fong came up with the Nova DSLR camera concept, where it boasts a somewhat boomering structure factor with a twin-arm design that provides a better grip and controls by the entire DSLR. After all, with the range of control buttons located right at the fingertips of the user, you can concentrate more on composing and shooting lovely images instead of figuring out where your fingers should go. Apart from that, the arms can be rotated to invent it a joy to use regardless of whether you are right- or …

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[6 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on HP ProBook 6540b notebook | ]

[CES 2010] There is nothing quite like being able to conquer the market across its breadth and length, and that is precisely what HP has been doing for some duration now with their range of desktops, notebooks and netbooks. The latest notebook comes in the anatomy of the HP ProBook 6540b, where it will target business professionals who want performance at their fingertips without breaking the bank. The ProBook 6540b will be by an Intel Core i7 processor, boasting a 15.6″ HD LED backlit display crammed into a chassis that …

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[5 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Lenovo Skylight One Pager | ]

[CES 2010] form no mistake about it – the Lenovo Skylight One Pager is not a paging device that sends the latest sports results to your fingertips, but is categorized under the smartbook category, nestling comfortably within a netbook and a smartphone. You get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz ARM II processor running the proceedings from within with a customized Linux operating system, alongside 8GB of internal flash memory and 512MB RAM. A multi-in-one memory card slot is there to further augment its storage capability, while you can plus hook that …

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[9 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Free Rihanna app from Nokia | ]

Nokia has the hearts of Rihanna fans worldwide by rolling out a new Rihanna application for free, known as the Rihanna App (how apt). Within that application lies music, photos, news and video composition that are exclusive on that platform, alongside Rihanna’s biography and data concerning her 2010 tour. Guess whether you’re a true blue fan of Rihanna, you already have all said knowledge down pat, but it never hurts to have those at your fingertips, eh? The application will work on entertainment-rich smartphones and can be found in the …

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[1 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Solar powered hat and glove: cute but probably not efficient | ]

German designer Yiran Qian came up with the notion of embedded stylish solar panels into hats and gloves. Called Endless Warm, the concept would use solar potential to heat hats and glove for your comfort. Given the small size of the solar panels, we doubt that that would supply much heat – it would probably be more efficient to wear a black hat. However, the concept that heat could be distributed in specific locations (fingertips?) is interesting. Solar technology seems a bit limited for that application right now.
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