This magnificent HD video of the International Space Station was shot by the Discovery on a fly-by; the ISS is now the second brightest object in the night sky thanks to new solar panels.
Making power out of the lowly household faucet, Jinwoo Han’s Mini Hydro Turbine converts water pressure into electricity that can be used to run or charge other gadgets.
AT&T’s Samsung Impression is the first US phone with an AMOLED display; it features a 3.2″ touchscreen with haptic feedback, slide-out QWERTY, 3MP camera and 3G speeds.
We’ve seen several portable projectors, but we like the PocketCinema V10 Plus versatility: it not only projects up to a 50″ screen from your iPod or game console, but can record content.
Ideal for defending against space invaders (or annoying coworkers), this Airsoft Gun rig by Jay is controlled with a WiiMote using Python code and an ioBridge 204 module.
Sony-Ericsson PR regards the T707 as a chick phone; still, hand gesture recognition, time-of-day dynamic UI and HSPA connectivity make this of interest to geeks of any gender.
iPhone apps are nearly a dime a dozen, but Tapbots’ Convertbot has an ultra-slick interface despite having rather mundane uses; it’ll convert everything from currency to power.
Ulysse Nardin’s retro-futuristic Chairman is a working phone with a mechanical watch rotor that supplies extra power, a 2.8″ multitouch screen, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi and browser.
Thus far limited to Baltimore, Sprint’s 4G (WiMAX) services will be expanding to 10 cities in 2009 and 5 more in 2010; their U300 USB modem lets you use 3G in non-4G areas.
Battery chargers don’t inspire oohs and ahhs, but La Crosse’s Battery Charger features helpful LCD displays that shows current, time elapsed, voltage and accumulated capacity.
HP’s new Pavilion m9600 series provides Core i7 power for under $1,000; the base model includes 4GB RAM, a 500GB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GS and DVD burner.
Better late than never: T-Mobile joins the mobile broadband party with their USB webConnect laptop stick, a 3G modem which also connects to EDGE and T-Mo’s Wi-Fi hotspots.
Carl Zeiss’ Cinemizer is the first pair of video glasses to be officially approved by Apple for use with the iPod or iPhone; it’s the equivalent of viewing a 45″ screen from six feet away.
Wacom’s new mid-range Intuos4 tablet offers a host of improvements over the Intuos3: ambidextrous design, OLED ExpressKeys, a new Touch Ring and 2,048 pressure levels.
The results of Nokia’s Music Almighty Headset Competition are in, and boy are they zany: you’ll see everything from Graveyard Shift (inspired by MJ’s Thriller) to Daft Punk cans.
The EOS Rebel T1i is Canon’s newest prosumer DSLR, notable for a large 15.1″ MP sensor capable of shooting 720p 20fps video; also: ISO 3200 and a 3″ Live View LCD.
OCZ’s new Behemoth and Eclipse gaming mice aren’t particularly flashy, but they get the job done with DPI toggling up to 3200 DPI, multiple profiles and adjustable weights.
A slightly tweaked version of yesterday’s N110, the Samsung N120 keeps the same 10.1″ display but gets a full-sized 12.1″ keyboard and an increased battery life of 10.5 hours.
The new Peek Pronto improves on the original Peek with increased speed, push email, Exchange support, texting, search functionality and DOC/PDF support, up to five email accounts.
Simple and elegant, Verizon/Nokia’s 7205 Intrigue cellphone features a hidden, external 1.9″ PMOLED display; only 0.55″ thick, it also comes with a funky fade finish on the keypad.
Samsung’s 10.1″ N310 notebook is an oddball; its curvy design and colors make it look like a toy, but the LED display, 3G module and 93% chiclet keyboard are crave-worthy features.
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