A while back I told you about a watch out of China that had a mobile phone built into it. Unfortunately, that ended up being a cheap knockoff of the real deal by Australia’s SMS Technology, and was subsequently pulled off the shelves.
This strange looking speaker features two tubular audio pods which can be adjusted into a variety of positions, letting you aim the sound where you want it.
The makers of the B-Speech Twiddle claim their unique tubular shafts ensure optimum sound delivery wherever you aim the speakers.
Nokia today revealed their latest high-end phone, the 8600 Luna. Constructed mostly from stainless steel, the new model’s main appeal comes in its sexy industrial design.
The phone’s most striking feature is its illuminated numeric keypad, concealed beneath a smoked glass slider.
A console modder known as sir crx has fabricated a mashup between an Xbox 360 controller and a Wii-mote, allowing the Wii control to operate the Xbox 360.
From what I can tell, he modified the 360 controller to accept Bluetooth commands, then uses it as a proxy for connecting to the Xbox through Microsoft’s proprietary wireless scheme.
Don’t let the decidedly old school design of this car radio fool you. Beneath its surface, the Becker Mexico 7948 radio is loaded with modern technology.
While it might look like a radio from the 60’s or 70’s, the Becker Mexico has a plethora of tricks up its sleeve.
Personally, I can’t stand those people who walk down the street with their Bluetooth headsets on, talking into space. But if you’re one of those people who just can’t possibly be bothered by holding your cell phone in your hand, have I got an invention for you.
Korean tech manufacturer Slaudiolab is gearing up to release their new Bluetooth audio transmitter accessory for the Apple iPod.
The compact device plugs into the base of any iPod dock-connector and provides high-quality stereo audio over Bluetooth.
Audio gear maker Bose is showing off their latest in car audio systems, the high-end Bose Media System.
It features 5.1-channel surround sound, an AM/FM/XM radio, a multi-format CD/DVD player, navigation and on board music server among other things.
A while back, I wrote about Sony’s add-on GPS dongle that lets you geotag digital photographs with the location where the were taken. Ricoh has now jumped onto the bandwagon, with a camera that can accept GPS data via a wireless connection.
In my never-ending quest to eliminate all wires, cords and other unsightly appendages from my life, I’m pleased to hear that Creative has revealed a new set of high-quality wireless headphones, designed to transmit audio using Bluetooth technology.
Samsung’s latest mobile phone, the SGH-X830, features an innovative slim swing-open design and full media player capabilities.
When closed, the phone measures just 3.3″ (h) x 1.18″ (w) x .78″(d), and weight just 75 grams (about 2.65 ounces).
While I’ve seen plenty of retro handsets for mobile phones, this is the first one that I’ve seen which features wireless Bluetooth connectivity.
ThinkGeek’s exclusive new retro handset provides wireless connectivity to any Bluetooth enabled mobile phone.
Fossil has partnered with Sony Ericsson to develop a new watch that features some pretty nifty connectivity with their Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones.
The watch will come in several styles, both analog and digital, and will be able to notify you of incoming calls on your mobile phone, including caller ID information and remote phone control features.
The StormBlue A9+ from Advanced MP3 is one of a handful of media players out there with built-in Bluetooth support.
You can use the player’s Bluetooth capabilities to listen to your music with a wireless headset or pair it with your cellphone to make/retrieve calls through the same headset.