Product Review: Samsung LN-T3242H 32″ LCD TV Set

For the past two years, I’ve been telling myself I should be getting one of those nice, flat (and expensive!) LCD television set, but it seems that the time was never exactly right… until now. Early last week, while browsing around the mall with my wife and our brand new daughter, I decided to stop […]

Coolest Keys (?!) Ever?

Yes, I’m well aware that keys aren’t the coolest thing in the world. If I had a nickle for every time someone said to me “Dude! Awesome keys!”, I’d have…well, no nickles. However, this little gadget called KeyPort trumps all those tarnished chunks of metal we call keys. You can pick whatever blanks you need […]

Zune Phone A Bit Premature?

There has been some speculation in recent weeks that Microsoft was planning to making a phone based on the Zune. I know what you’re thinking…didn’t Apple come up with a similar idea awhile back? I think it’s called the iPhone. EnGadget pointed toward an article on seattlepi.com today that suggests that these reports may be […]

Because Gold = Better

Hey everyone, Ed Lau from the.[ED]ition here. I’ll be filling in for my buddy Kiltak this week as he takes some much needed time off. Are you the type of person that thinks to themselves “Yes, my life would be complete if I owned a 24-carat iPod.”? I could barely believe my eyes when I […]

The Intruder Phone: Coming to a Galaxy Near You Soon!

While randomly browsing the Web this morning, I stumbled across this very cool, UFO-looking, concept mobile named “The Intruder”. The thing, which features a round, swiveling 220×176-pixel display, may look very nice at a first glance, but can you imagine yourself sending an SMS via that circular keypad? Don’t forget that this is a concept […]

Sansa Connect: I Want One

Sansa’s taking another swipe at the iSheep. This one’s the $250 Sansa Connect, with a sub-moniker of ‘internet radio’. But while it’s your basic MP3 player on the surface (4GB capacity), it sets itself apart with (a) built-in WiFi (b) free or subscription-based (your choice) access to Yahoo’s music service. Naturally, you need a wireless […]

How to Make a Mini Gaussian Gun

Here’s a short presentation that will show you how to build a miniature version of a traditional gaussian gun. But first, what is a gaussian gun? According to wikipedia, it is a type of magnetic accelerator gun that uses one or more electromagnetic coils to accelerate a magnetic shell to very high velocities. Full-sized gaussian […]

NTT DoCoMo: The Future of Mobile Networks (Video)

NTT DoCoMo, one of the biggest mobile communications companies in the world, has recently produced an interesting video taking a look at the future of mobile technology. If everything they show in this presentation becomes true, the future will indeed be an interesting time to live in. Enjoy the show! Part 1 Part 2