The Nexus S will be the first to run Android 2.3, packed with many features like improved copy-paste and VOIP support. The phone has a 4″ curved glass display, and runs a zippy 1GHz CPU.
We’re always impressed by effortless looking talent, so check out the exceptionally sick moves from a highly skilled international group of B-Boys at their Battle of the Year. (Thanks Adolpho!)
The guys at Razorfish have ported their DaVinci touch-screen interface to the Xbox 360 Kinect, providing users with the ability to create objects in thin air, then interact with them on screen.
TDK will release two sweet retro-futuristic blasters in 2011. Both speakers have USB, 3.5mm and RCA ports, touch-sensitive buttons and analog knobs. In addition, the three speaker model has a subwoofer.
We’re intrigued by the small bit we’ve seen in this vid for the new V.I.O. point of view HD camera; the shockproof little machine shoots in 1080p at 50 fps, has 4 recording methods and a modular mount.
Amazing how a tiny piece of plastic can extend the usefulness of a device. Made for the iPhone 4, the Glif serves as a tripod mount but can also be used to prop up the phone in several positions.
Give the gift of awareness this holiday with the Belkin Conserve Insight. Plug in any device and you’ll be able to see how much electricity, carbon dioxide and dollars it drains monthly or yearly.
The Beats by Dr. Dre brand is no longer just for personal audio. The new Beatbox iPod/iPhone speakers will let a whole room of people enjoy high quality sound, even with the volume maxed out.
We’re really not sure what’s going on in this commercial for Japan’s Docomo mobile phone company, but it’s got Darth Vader in pretty much every scene, and that’s all that matters, right?
Traditionally machine made and unseen, the circuit board of this one of a kind speaker takes center stage, thanks to the addition of red glaze patterns by ceramicist Mitsuke Masayasu.
The Astro Mixamp 5.8 turns any wired headset or headphones into a wireless one, so you can sit as far away from your Xbox 360 or PS3 as you like while enjoying surround sound.
Combining a work desk for your laptop with an audiophile-grade, room-filling 7-speaker, 120-watt sound system, the La Boite Concept LD 120 is a real thing, despite the “concept” in its name.
ColorWare is now selling customized MacBook Airs for those willing to pony up the cash for a sexy, lightweight and snappy netbook with custom-painted parts in their colors of choice.
From the “why didn’t we think of this?” file comes a touchscreen display that doubles as a wide-format printer and a scanner. Byeong Min Choe’s design is only a concept, but it should be real.
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