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Category: Mobile Tech

IPhone Recognizes Speech Courtesy of Voicesignal

IPhone Recognizes Speech Courtesy of Voicesignal
The engineers over at VoiceSignal have put together a prototype voice recognition application for the iPhone that makes it capable what I’ve been dreaming that Apple would add to its iPods for years. The demo application, called “VTunes” shows off voice-based selection of songs.

Creative Travelsound I50 Speaker for iPod Shuffle

Creative Travelsound I50 Speaker for iPod Shuffle
Creative Japan today took the wraps off this cool portable speaker for the 2G iPod Shuffle. The compact speaker goes great with the brushed metal finish of Apple’s tiny media player. Just dock your 2G Shuffle on the top of Creative’s new Travelsound i50, snap on the clear protective cover and you’re ready to go.

Pmp Plays Music, Video, Games, Even Reads Books Aloud

Pmp Plays Music, Video, Games, Even Reads Books Aloud
Here’s another cheapie media player that manages to cram everything but the kitchen sink into a single device. Chinavasion’s latest media player not only handles your music and videos with aplomb, it can also emulate a variety of classic gaming consoles.

Jabra Bt8030 Bluetooth Headset Doubles as a Speaker

Jabra Bt8030 Bluetooth Headset Doubles as a Speaker
Jabra, known for their wireless Bluetooth headsets, has revealed this unique wireless headset that can go from being worn as a pair of headphones, to a portable stereo system with just the flick of your wrist.

Audi Auto-Mobile Phone

Audi Auto-Mobile Phone
While most of us have driven a vehicle while we’re on our cell phone, this is the first time I’ve seen a mobile phone that actually is a car. From what I can tell, this mobile phone from China is doing its best impression of an Audi A9 concept car.

Nintendo Game on iPhone, Without a Hack

Nintendo Game on iPhone, Without a Hack
Sure, it’s old news by now that you can install a Nintendo NES emulator on a hacked iPhone and play classic games. But now, thanks to the hard work of a very industrious web developer, we can play at least one Nintendo classic WITHOUT any special software or hacks.

Nintendo Ds Lite Cell Phone Charm

Nintendo Ds Lite Cell Phone Charm
I’ve gotta hand it to the Japanese for this whimsical creation. It’s a little charm for your mobile phone that looks exactly like a tiny Nintendo DS Lite. You won’t be playing any games on this one though.

Garmin Forerunner 50 Fitness Gear Auto Syncs to Your Pc

Garmin Forerunner 50 Fitness Gear Auto Syncs to Your Pc
Garmin’s latest entry into the growing field of mobile fitness technology lets you keep track of your workout data without ever having to connect a cable or press a sync button. Their new Forerunner 50 system automatically synchronizes data from devices you wear to your computer.

Red and Black Nintendo Ds Lite on the Way

Red and Black Nintendo Ds Lite on the Way
Nintendo has announced the impending release of a new model of the DS Lite that features a cool new two-tone color scheme. The new model will have a top half that’s “Crimson” (gloss red) and a bottom half that’s “Onyx” (matte black).

NES Emulator Running on iPhone

NES Emulator Running on iPhone
Now that hackers have started to figure out how to run homebrew code on the iPhone, an early build of an emulator for the classic NES gaming system has shown up on the Google Code website today.

Nintendo Working on a Motion Sensing Wii Portable?

Nintendo Working on a Motion Sensing Wii Portable?
I was rummaging around the USPTO Patent database earlier today, and came across this intriguing patent application from Nintendo. The filing, originally dated March 30, 2007 (but just updated this week) describes a portable gaming system that includes X/Y/Z motion sensing that’s similar to that found in the Wii-Mote.

Onestation Pocket Emulators: Classic Games, With a Catch

Onestation Pocket Emulators: Classic Games, With a Catch
These little mini console systems from China can emulate a variety of classic 8-bit and 16-bit console games. But I’m not really sure you’ll want one after you read this. On the plus side, these OneStation pocket game emulators are super cheap, with prices around $30 to $40.

USB Memory Watch Offers Hidden Storage

USB Memory Watch Offers Hidden Storage
This new watch lets you easily store and transport files wherever you go. While it might just look like simple modern men’s watch, it’s got 2GB of flash memory hidden inside. Just connect the watch using a standard USB cable, and you can move files to-and-from any computer.

World’s First Waterproof Digital Video Player

World’s First Waterproof Digital Video Player
If you’re into multi-tasking, specifically swimming and watching movies at the same time, have I got a gadget for you. This new digital media player can not only play your favorite vid clips, it can do it in the pool.

Pyxis Gps Watch for Golfers and Other Sporting Types

Pyxis Gps Watch for Golfers and Other Sporting Types
If your definition of being active is more than hanging out in your living room playing Wii Sports, here’s a cool new gadget that could really come in handy. Westech Korea is launching this new portable wrist-worn GPS device which is designed specifically for sports applications.

This Phone Will Self-Destruct in Five Seconds…

This Phone Will Self-Destruct in Five Seconds…
Remember that desktop self-destruct button I told you about a while back? Now you can carry a portable version, right there on your cell phone. This mini self-destruct switch is the latest in a long line of odd things that Japanese people are hanging from their mobile phones.