November 1st, 2007 by Mark R I remember watching the first Spy Kids film, where the kidsâ€™ secret spy parents push a button and the pictures on their desks retract and become tiny stereo speakers. Clearly, life is imitating art with this particular design from Miraeplasma. I have to admit that I never heard of […]
A virtual stripper is helping to defeat anti-spam security checks.Â Spammers have created a Windows game which shows a woman in a state of undress when people correctly type in text shown in an accompanying image. The scrambled text images come from sites which use them to stop computers automatically signing up for accounts that […]
The new OD service from Microsoft is theÂ Mediaroom.Â ThisÂ will allow users to stream live TV shows, movies and all that other on-demand style stuff via broadband and their 360s. MicrosoftÂ has teamed up with BT asÂ their provider of choiceÂ and the serviceÂ should be piped into your ‘Box next year!
Crealev is an Eindhoven based company that specialises in making things float for “creative use”,Â just like this lamp. Angela Jansen has designed a levitating lamp that was presented last week during Dutch Design Week. Sceptical? Watch the video demonstration at the Crealev website. Â Via TrendOffice.
Denon’s S-52DAB Networked Audio System features the ability to stream music wirelessly from Internet Radio, network attached storage and PC or Mac computers and is obviously a DAB radio. It utilises networking Software from Denon’s Â£2000+ AV receivers and sound quality from Denon’s serious Hi-fi Â systems. The full list of features are: DAB / FM […]
As rumored, Apple has quietly updated the MacBook tonight (last night) to the Santa Rosa architecture with mild speed bumps and the GMA X3100 integrated video. White 13.3″ $1099.00 2.0GHz/1GB RAM/80GB/Combo/GMA X3100 $1299.00 2.2GHz/1GB RAM/120GB/SD-DL/GMA X3100 Black 13.3″ $1499.00 2.2GHz/1GB RAM/160GB/SD-DL/GMA X3100 Despite comparable clock speeds (2.0 -> 2.0GHz, 2.16 -> 2.2GHz) to the old […]