April 18, 2008

Epoq ESP WP98B, the first watch phone on Windows Mobile

Although wrist-watch a mobile phone is too small to run on Windows Mobile, which was wrong. Epoq ESP WP98B produced by Epoq Multimedia, appears to be the first device of this type. WM His version is 5.0,
And despite the fact that they can not run on it as a normal telephone or Pocket PC, which runs somehow. Otherwise ESP WP98B producer not have said his tiny phone comes with the operating system, right?

In addition to the unusual interface, the new phone clock also offers some features that we can not find in many gadgets this type. Epoq ESP WP98B is powered by a 266 MHz processor ARM926 and offers 128 MB of RAM and a memory card of 512 MB that can be replaced by a 1GB. In addition, the device offers quad-band GSM connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) with GPRS, a 1.45-inch screen with handwriting recognition, Wi-Fi (although in this small screen of the navigation can not be too cool), Bluetooth, media player with support for MP3, MP4, WMV, AVI and 3GP, plus a 1.3 megapixel camera photo. The phone can come see two types of bracelets, a customer's choice: a stainless steel or leather.

Epoq ESP WP98B supports MSN and Skype, as well as 10 languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, turkish, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Arabic.

ESP WP98B dimensions and weight were not announced, but is clearly the device is very small when compared with a simple cell phone.

If you are going to buy Epoq ESP WP98 what can be found on several online retailers (here, for example), the prices of at least $ 600. The only strange phone will be available beginning April 25, so we will have to wait a bit to get their hands on it.
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April 13, 2008

Umbrella Sports Built-in Screen, GPS, Wi-Fi and More

Imagine being stuck in a downpour, your destination still miles away - and you have nothing other than an umbrella to protect yourself. You resign to a dull, wet journey, right? Not if the umbrella happens to be the Pileus WiFi Camera umbrella.

The Pileus umbrella seems like it came straight out of a sci-fi movie – it has a built-in camera that you can use to shoot pictures in the rain, plus other add-ons too. That includes a GPS system (wow) and in the future, a video camera as well. Though I choose to be skeptical about the picture quality you'l get out of the camera under such weather conditions, I have to concede that the concept is definitely unique. The Pileus also has integration with Flickr! With a wireless Internet connection in place, the photos you click can be uploaded to Flickr at the touch of a button on the handle! Or you can browse photos from Flickr on the umbrella’s webbed innards just by “a snap of your wrist.”

I think the reasons behind the creation of this umbrella would be as interesting as the features themselves. There's no word yet on the release or detailed specs, but expect to see it selling soon on Sharp Edge.
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April 12, 2008

Sony CMT-BX50i and CMT-BX20i iPod Audio Systems

sony cmt BX50i
With the growing popularity of the iPod, Sony has recently launched a line of sound systems that will enhance the pleasure of listening to iPod users. Sony has developed with the CMT-CMT BX50i and BX20i micro-shelf audio systems specifically for use with various iPod models. These new micro audio shelf systems provide a range of features that allow its users with a more enhanced listening to the music through their habits of the iPod.

The CMT-BX50i and CMT-BX20i allow iPod users experience more powerful and richer sound in a HiFi system built specifically for the iPod. These audio shelf systems allow users to charge the game and control popular MP3 gadget through the audio system. The remote control is also available for music lovers, allowing for a more comfortable enjoyment of their favorite songs anywhere in the house they may be in.

Not only, the CMT-BX50i and CMT-BX20i is also equipped with a front loading CD player can read CD-R, CD-RW and MP3 discs. It is also equipped with an FM tuner integrated to allow users to enjoy music FM if they wish. The CMT-BX50i has all the characteristics of CMT-BX20i audio system, but has Stereo Bluetooth technology which allows users to wirelessly stream CD quality music to other Bluetooth devices helped as stereo headphones, digital music players and mobile phones.
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April 11, 2008

iPhone/iPod Touch to Interact with Blu-Ray Players through BD Touch

NetBlender has announced BD touch, a new technology which will allow iPod and iPhone touch users to control their Blu-ray players. Denny Breitenfeld, the CTO of NetBlender, gizmodo.com said that what they offer is far more than just a standalone app, but for a package that includes a professional Blu-Ray creative complete with an iPhone SDK for developers. They alleged that the users will be able to interact directly with movies, see additional information in the iPhone and evidently iTunes based on markets and on advertising film content.

"It is a technology that is built into our professional
Blu-Ray tool that will allow studios and independent film companies to allow BD Touch characteristics. These characteristics send data in both directions from the Disc to Iphone and vice versa. Video, sound, text and commands player can be sent"
said Breitenfeld Gizmodo.

Here comes the good part: "Well, now it seems that everyone likes the" remote control "idea" Breitenfeld continued.
"However, the player can control the IPhone as well. Another idea is to pull up automatically IMBD of the film you are watching right Iphone or send the movie in a movie information database on your phone. Ideas are limited only to what people want and will use ",
he argues.

NetBlender released a SDK for the iPhone community project (estimated at 100k) ", so that it can take advantage of its capabilities BD Touch build applications that can easily work with all types of securities, the company of CTO added.

NetBlender argues that the final iPhone app using tactile BD technology will be able to interact directly with movies, showing additional information in the iPhone, maintaining a database your movie collection, and even copies of digital film inside the Blu-ray Disc . The same source notes that there may have to be ported to iPod and iPhone touch playback.

The only problem we see with BD Touch is the piece that gave to MacWorld UK:

MacWorld UK also scored an interview with Denny Breitenfeld. Also, I received some additional information from NetBlender of CTO:
"The sophisticated user interface of the iPhone allows greater user interaction, and the power to leverage the iPhone's existing network,"
said Breitenfeld.
"Search, e-commerce and features that are associated with advertising content abound when film imagines a real-time communication between the iPhone and the content displayed now at a Blu-ray player."

He has hinted that users will be able to buy standalone content (such as a soundtrack of the film), while Blu-ray movie run
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Nokia Bluetooth Display Car Kit CK-15W

The Nokia CK-15 W Display Bluetooth Car Kit allows drivers to easily create and calls in style, while on the road. This novel car kit consists of a 2.2-inch bright, clear display screen where you can view different phone menus of your car dashboard.

The 200 x 170 pixel screen allows for a clearer picture of the phone menu that makes it easy to read while driving. The big screen offers the driver a good overview of the most important functions that call even more useful when driving a car. The car kit display the background and themes can also be adjusted and personalised with the automotive interiors and personal preference.

The Bluetooth wireless connection linking your phone to the car kit makes it possible for directors with a view to the road to browse through the phone menu even with the actual phone in their pocket. Handsfree communication is even easier with a separate input device that is installed in the car, usually close to the user's hand. The sound quality of the car kit is also quite possible to make a clear voice of the other line when making or taking calls.
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The first low-cost Ferrari cell phone

Then came with Motorola MotoRAZR Maxx Ferrari V6 Limited Edition, a Ferrari phone is not a new thing to see. But the V6 Maxx looks just like a phone, not like a car. Assuming that the world needed a phone that actually like a Ferrari, an anonymous producer came with such a handset. And I am not sure whether I should welcome this news with joy, or simply with a smile tendentious.

The handset we talk is simply "F1" and it was spotted on special phones - a dealer sells that devices manufactured in China, South Korea, Japan, China, China and China (with more than a mention of China is intentional, of course, because most of the phones sold through these dealers come from there).

The F1 Ferrari looks like a toy car, but in fact hiding under his red body, a functional mobile presented, which, if the "car" upside down. In relation to the functions, the F1 provides dual-band GSM connection, a 2.2-inch display (touchscreen apparently) with a 176 x 220 pixel resolution and 260k Colors, MP3 player, video player (3GP and MP4), WAP browser and embedded games. The phone weighs 82 grams, measures 120 x 42 x 25 mm (ouch, that's thick - 1 inch), and also has a 1.3-megapixel camera, integrated into the car windscreen. Pure genius.

The F1 can be bought from special phones for $ 190 (120 euros) plus shipping charges, without a contract and without any guarantee that they are working properly.

Anyway, I wonder what the actual Ferrari has to say about this. Not about the "work" part, but on the whole thing. I suppose, you know, Ferrari branded goods a lot of non-car-related products, including fragrances, eyewear, or pencils, but the F1 phone is not safe, following an agreement with the Italian company.
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April 10, 2008

Cool G108 the Watch Phone in a Clamshell Body

cool G108

Cool G108 is one of the latest devices to come from China, and while you probably expect it to be a copy of an already existing product, as many Chinese gadgets are, the G108 is
a pretty original creation. The device combines a cell phone and a watch into a small case – which is not actually a new idea, but this is not important. The important thing is that, overall, G108 looks quite OK. For a phone-watch, of course.

Without its wristband, Cool G108 measures 51 x 51 x 20 millimeters (2.0 x 2.0 x 0.78 inches) and weighs 65 grams (2.29 ounces), hence it's almost like a normal watch. Given this small size, we can't expect the device to pack too many features, but its producer somehow found a way to squeeze in "things" like a 1.3 Megapixel camera, quad-band GSM connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz), GPRS, Music player, Bluetooth (so you can talk without needing to approach your hand to your mouth), SMS & MMS capability and USB connection.

Moreover, Cool G108 can be opened like a clamshell phone, unveiling a round keypad and an internal 1.5 inch display with 256k colors support and a 128 x 160 pixels resolution. There's also an external LED display that shows you info like the battery status, signal reception and the current time (we're talking about a watch, after all). The internal memory of Cool G108 is only a 0.5MB one, but you can increase it via the memory card slot included in the device.

Cool G108's availability is not known for the moment, and nor is its price. Anyway, it's good to see China producing original stuff too, because copycatting is not really a thing to be proud of, and Cool G108 will be probably seen as cool, indeed, by gadget freaks.
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April 9, 2008

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