Browser 3D

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Friday, 27 July 2007

Microsoft call this browser as the simple browser.

Most of 3D browser, like was launched by ActiveWorlds and Blaxxun Interactive, become number one for avatar program to chat.

SpaceTime didn't interest with this field. They use 3D just to make more beautiful their visual navigation.
Open YouTube with SpaceTime more impress than direct from YouTube. So try this innovation.

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Reactor Never Dark watches glow for ten years

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Watches with tritium illumination elements have been around for a while, and while they glow for a long time, they're much dimmer than traditional phosphorescence solutions, which are extremely bright but tend to fade quickly. Reactor's new Never Dark line goes for the best of both worlds, with an extremely bright phosphorescent compound called Superluminova backed up by tritium illumination. According to Reactor, the Superluminova can recharge instantly with even the smallest exposure to light and the tritium remains illuminated for up to ten years. You probably have bigger problems than punctuality if you've been in the dark for ten years, but people expecting the unexpected can expect to fork over $300-$450 for the Reactor Trident, the first Never Dark watch.

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Japan gets the PSP lite in three additional colors

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Thursday, 19 July 2007

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Showing a little love for the home crowd, Sony announced today that in addition to the three "basic" colors of black, silver, and white, Japanese PSP fans will also be getting the PSP lite in three metallic pastel shades: Rose Pink, Lavender Purple, and, um, Blue. No word on if we'll ever see these officially make it Stateside, but seeing as the original PSP was unlocked, you can bet some eager graymarketer is getting ready to cash in.

PS. You know Sony should've given the new model an official name when even PSP Fanboy is calling it the "PSP lite."

[Via PSP Fanboy]
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Fujitsu LifeBook U1010: The smallest UMPC

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Fujitsu LifeBook U1010 was claim by Fujitsu as the smallest Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC) in the world. This gadget use Intel Core 2 Duo T7500. This gadget has size 71mm (long) x 133mm (width) x 26,5 - 32,0 (high) and weight just 0,61 kg.

Specification of
Fujitsu LifeBook U1010 are memory 1GB, hard disk 40 GB, bluetooth, wireless, slot card CF dan SD, fingerprint sensor, screen 5,6 inchi 1024x600 pixel and operating system by Windows Vista Home Premium.

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LG FlatronWide L206WU USB monitor comes to North America

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Monday, 16 July 2007

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LG is announcing today that it's bringing the 20-inch FlatronWide L206WU USB-based monitor to North America. You may have seen the display over at our sister site Engadget Chinese, where you can also check on the specs: in case you don't know Chinese, the L206WU is based around a Samsung SyncMaster 940UX and has a 3,000:1 contrast ratio, 170 degree horizontal / vertical viewing angles, and most importantly eschews DVI and VGA for a USB connection that can be daisy chained over five more displays. Other USB-based display options have generally included some form of built-in lag due to the restrictions of the USB connection, so it'll be interesting to see whether LG and its partner DisplayLink have managed to provide a solution. Price and availability dates are yet to be announced.
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NEC spruces up LaVie laptops with 3D paint job

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Thursday, 12 July 2007

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NEC's LaVie laptops haven't exactly been relying on their looks to get noticed, but the company seems to be trying to change that, recently introducing a new "3D" paint job option for those wanting to stand out in a crowd. According to The Register, the laptops make use of a special metallic paint which, "when surrounded by a magnetic field," magically displays a "hologram-style" pattern.

Otherwise, the laptops appear to be thoroughly ordinary, boasting a 15.4-inch display and your choice of AMD Sempron or Turion 64 X2 processors. Not surprisingly, they're also only available in Japan, where they apparently start around the $860 mark
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iPhone from Apple: Touch Screen

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Thursday, 5 July 2007

New Apple innovation iPhone was launched, this gadget is combination between iPod, hand phone, computer and internet browsing. iPhone have touch screen to call and hear the music.

This gadget have moving sensor that can automatically change the screen according position of iPohne. This gadget can you buy at US$499 and have memory up to 4 GB.

Size: 115 x 61 x 11.6 mm
Weight: 135 gram
Display: Touchscreen 3.5 inc, 16 million colors, resolution 320 x 480 pixel
Ringtones: Polyphonic, MP3, Vibrate
Memory: 4 and 8 GB
Konektifitas: GPRS, EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB
OS: Mac OS X v10.4.8
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Browser: HTML (Safari)
Color: Hitam
Camera: 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixel, video
Fiture: Google Maps, Widgets applications, iPod audio/video player, PIM including calendar, to-do list, Photo browser/editor, Voice memo, Integrated handsfree
Talktime: 5 hours
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Nokia debuts totally fugly 7500 Prism in China

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Tuesday, 3 July 2007

Filed under: By all accounts, Nokia's designers are either on a cutting edge so far into the future and so deeply advanced that we can't understand it, or they've all gone off their medication. The bizarre 7500 Prism (which may or may not be the similarly styled 7900) made its debut at a Nokia fashion event in China today, along with the 8600, 8800 Sirocco, 6110 navigator, 5700 XpressMusic, 6500 classic, 6500 slider and the 3500 -- though none of them were as totally zany looking as the Prism. The phone's specs are at least fairly normal, featuring a 2 megapixel camera, microSD slot, a QVGA screen and rocking the S40 (version 5) OS. It's unclear at this point why the company believes people will want a diamond shaped keyboard, but since the FCC has already approved this model, we'll soon learn if they really do.
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evDaytona: electric motocycle with turgid windscreen

Diposting oleh Baby Genius on Monday, 2 July 2007

Filed under: Feel like cruising upwards of 93 miles-per-hour on a motorcycle without using a single drop of fuel? How about being absolutely certain that a great egret could hit your windshield without even fazing you? If you're in agreement with those two tidbits, Triumph's evDaytona looks to be the bike for you, as it can go zero to 60 in a mere 2.9 seconds, roll 143 miles on a full charge, and sports a five-year battery life to boot. This aluminum alloy-framed machine sports all the amenities you'd expect to find on your average motorbike, but throws in a ginormous windscreen and removes the need for fossil fuels along the way. Of course, the bike currently still needs DOT approval, and while we've yet to see anything definite on price, word on the street is that this here ride will run you about $77,000 whenever it actually launches.

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Sony MP3 Flashdisk Review

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Flash disk from Sony has good design and have some features that didn't have by other flash disk, this items has 2 type, that is NW-E003 and NW-E005 F

Features and Specification:

- Capacity E003 1GB - E005 2GB
- Bluit in USB Jack
- Support MP3, Atract3
- 3 Minutes charge
- 3 Hours playback
- 28 Hours long play
- FM Tuner

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Japan's awash in slim, 120Hz Sharp AQUOS G LCDs

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Oh boy, 16 new AQUOS LCD models were just announced for Japan. The AQUOS G lineup is available in bottom and side-mounted speaker options ranging in size from 52/46/42/37/32/26-inches. All the sets above 37-inches pack a 120Hz ASV panel with a trio of 1080p capable HDMI inputs, 1x DVI, and more (no component) touting a 2,000:1 contrast and 450cd/m2 brightness. Sharp also managed to slim down all the sets considerably with the 52-incher measure just 11-cm (4.3-inches) thin. On sale in Japan starting August 21st with prices ranging from ¥180,000 ($1,466) to about ¥550,000 ($4,480).

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