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Facial Recognition Tech Helps Tvs Save Power

Facial Recognition Tech Helps Tvs Save Power

This new technology from Hitachi automatically detects when you’re actually watching your television, then shuts the display off whenever you’re not looking. By using advanced facial recognition technology, the monitor can tell when your eyes are…

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Mitsubishi’S Giant 155-Inch OLED Display Can Expand to Any Size

Mitsubishi’S Giant 155-Inch OLED Display Can Expand to Any Size

The television display size war is officially over. Mitsubishi showed off a 155-inch OLED display at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) 2009 in Japan. If you’re going “155-inches! ZOMG” right now, then you’ll probably…

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Apple Sneaks in Anti-Glare Option for 15-Inch Macbook Pro

Apple Sneaks in Anti-Glare Option for 15-Inch Macbook Pro

Yep, people who buy the 15-inch Macbook Pro now have the option to ditch the glossy display for one with an anti-glare coating. As with the 17-inch Macbook Pro, the anti-glare coating costs an extra $50…

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16943 Concept Tv Displays Standard and Widescreen on One Screen. and It’S a Sculpture Too.

16943 Concept Tv Displays Standard and Widescreen on One Screen. and It’S a Sculpture Too.

An asymmetrical slice of awesome, Studio FRST’s 16943 concept TV accommodates media in the standard 4:3 aspect ratio as well as in the 16:9 widescreen format, hence the name. Studio FRST also exalts its creation as…

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Phosphor E-Ink Watches: Kind of Like a Kindle That You Wear on Your Wrist and Doesn’T Read Books

Phosphor E-Ink Watches: Kind of Like a Kindle That You Wear on Your Wrist and Doesn’T Read Books

These modern digital watches don’t use LED or LCD screens. Instead, they use E-Ink screens to tell the time. Phosphor’s E-Ink watches have a bold modern design, and feature highly readable electrostatic displays. The Phosphor DH01,…

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Logitech G19 LCD Gaming Keyboard Available for Pre-Order

Logitech G19 LCD Gaming Keyboard Available for Pre-Order

Got $200 bucks to spend on a really cool keyboard? You could pick up one of those Luxeed rainbow LED keyboards, but that’s would be so 2008 of you. If you really want to be the…

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Philips Cinema 21:9 Ultra Widescreen Perfect for Movie Snobs

Philips Cinema 21:9 Ultra Widescreen Perfect for Movie Snobs

So now that you’ve got your brand new super-deluxe widescreen flat screen television, isn’t it time for an upgrade? If you’re like me, you know the minute you buy anything that runs on electricity, you’re cursed…

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United Keys Offers OLED Keyboards on the Cheap

United Keys Offers OLED Keyboards on the Cheap

If you’ve been craving the light up keys of Art Lebedev’s OLED Optimus Maxiumus Keyboard, but don’t want to take out a second mortgage on your house to buy one, now you can get yourself a…

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Nanovision Mimo 7-Inch Mini Monitor Hands-on Review

Nanovision Mimo 7-Inch Mini Monitor Hands-on Review

A few weeks back, I came across these cool looking Nanovision Mimo mini computer displays. At the time, there was no way to buy these minuscule monitors outside of Korea. Now, for the first time, you…

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Mimo 7-Inch LCD Monitor Perfect for Extra Menus

Mimo 7-Inch LCD Monitor Perfect for Extra Menus

Ever need just a little more real estate on your computer screen? I certainly could. I spend an inordinate amount of time using programs like Photoshop and Flash, and could always use an extra place to…

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Esquire E-Ink Display Proves Nearly Indestructible

Esquire E-Ink Display Proves Nearly Indestructible

While the October 2008 issue of Esquire magazine got lots of buzz in the marketplace with its E-Ink cover, I have to say I was pretty underwhelmed by the less than exciting visual produced by the…

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Diamond-Covered Watch: So Many Diamonds, So Little Time

Diamond-Covered Watch: So Many Diamonds, So Little Time

This diamond-encrusted LED watch is so madly, deeply, insanely blinged over with diamonds that you can barely see what time it is. In fact, the diamonds cover the face of the watch so you have to…

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R/C Car Puts You in the Driver’S Seat

R/C Car Puts You in the Driver’S Seat

This cool new remote-controlled car puts you right in the heart of the action, thanks to a tiny wireless camera and a pair of POV goggles. The VTS (Vision Tracking System) R/C car uses a VGA…

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Redpost Signbeta: Linux Pic Frame Gets an Upgrade

Redpost Signbeta: Linux Pic Frame Gets an Upgrade

Almost a year ago a RedPost made news with their hackable Linux picture frame, the RedPost/Kit. Today, the guys at RedPost announced Kit’s better, faster, stronger kid brother, the Signbeta. While it certainly can be used…

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LED Cube Displays 3d Images in Color

LED Cube Displays 3d Images in Color

A while back, I reported on James Clar’s cool 3D cubes which could display images using a grid of about 1000 LEDs connected to a computerized controller. While Clar’s cubes are simply amazing, they can only…

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Reactive Sparks: Interactive LED Art Responds to Traffic

Reactive Sparks: Interactive LED Art Responds to Traffic

This interactive art display takes data it collects on passing traffic and displays moving images which react to vehicles as they drive by. Designed by artist Markus Lerner for lighting company OSRAM, the installation samples traffic…

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