Feeling evil? This pocket-sized device will wreak havoc with your friends’ TV, randomly turning it off without human intervention. Just make sure you let ’em know the truth before they call tech support.
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This just-announced software and hardware combo will lets you search content from the web, cable, satellite or media library from your TV and control it all with an Android phone or Harmony remote.
Basic universal remotes are a dime-a-dozen, but programmable touchscreen modesl require deep pockets. The L5 converts your iPhone or iPod Touch into a high-end remote for just $50 bucks.
Ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi used a webcam, two laptops, some LEDs and a big projection screen to turn this Toyota iQ into a giant, drivable mouse. We’re still not sure how your double-click.
Be careful when trying to sit on this furniture – you might just end up with your butt on the floor. While sofas and tables made from laser beams and fiber optics look really cool, they sure aren’t practical.
At 30 lumens, the Samsung H03 is significantly brighter than other pico projectors. It weighs about as much as your phone, and has an LED lamp that will last over 30,000 hours. Out next month.
The litl will bring optimized web apps to your big TV. Running the litl OS and Flash apps, the system consists of a base station connected to your TV, and a touchscreen remote with a slide-out keyboard.
Sony mashes up two of their popular franchises with the camouflage Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker W-Series Walkman. Pre-loaded with the MGS soundtrack and out this June for about $60.
The 36 foot-long unmanned aircraft could be used for reconnaissance and to deliver weaponry without putting soldiers in harms way. Boeing expects the prototype to take of as early as this summer.
The helmet-mounted Tunebug Shake creates a wireless surround sound experience so that bikers, skateboarders and skiers can enjoy their favorite music and still be aware of their surroundings.
Rumor has it that Sony’s NEX3 and NEX5 DSLRs are being released in June. The 14.2 megapixel NEX3 has an articulating 2.95″ LCD and shoots 720p video; the NEX5 has AVCHD 1080i video.
Stanford’s autonomous car manages to cram itself into a parallel parking space with stuntman-like skills. It might take a little paint off some bumpers, but we’d like to see you try this move.
Known for their focus on safety, Volvo invited the press to show off the new S60’s collision detection system, which automatically applies the brakes to prevent a crash. Theoretically.
At the Silicon Valley TechFair, Microsoft Research showed how to extract clear images from short and blurry video clips by combining the sharp parts of the image from each frame of the video.
Already got an iPhone and an iPad? What’s next? iPhone 4G? How about a watch inspired by Apple’s gadgets? Not only would the iWatch tell time, but run apps, and have a mini-projector built-in.
In this video from RoboGames 2010, we get to see robotic foes taking each other down, sparks and metal flying everywhere – in glorious 300fps slow-motion – courtesy of Casio’s EX-F1 digicam.
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