The Concept: Holeder Earphones by Yoonsang Kim

Does it appeal to you?  A unique design concept that screams for your attention.  Yoonsang Kim has designed the Holeder earphones that are as functional as they are elegant.  They're able to loop together around your neck (see gallery below)...

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Spotted: Sony’s A900 DSLR in Danish mag

Sony and Panasonic are both set to release some new DSLRs  next week, but a danish mag has already leaked the A900, a 24.6 megapixel camera that's full-frame, and fully ready to kick some arse.  It'll be packing a punch,...

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This post was written using Google’s Chrome

We love Google for many reasons, and this might turn out to be another one.  Simple, yet useful, Google’s new web browser, Chrome, is what surfers have been looking for and then some.  We heard of the the public beta that came out, and we instantly downloaded it to see what Google’s been cooking up.  This post is actually written using the beta browser, but we’ll see if it’s a solid enough beta to use for all posts.

Blaupunkt TravelPilot GPS x real-time video overlay

When we think of GPS, we think Garmin usually and some people even think TomTom, but Blaupunkt?  They recently introduced the TravelPilot 500 and 700 – two units that will blow the competition out of the water and make sure you remember their name.  Both units have video navigation as well as interactive voice controls, DVB-T digital TV, live traffic reports,

Photos from Transformers 2 Long Beach set

About two months ago, we heard that parts of Transformers 2 was going to be filmed in Princeton, NJ so we made a trip out there to check out the cool cars Megan Fox.  Yesterday, the set was in Long Beach and the beauties really came out.  The Corvette Centennial Design Concept was out in a full force action scene, as reported by TransformersLiveSlashfilm even had a few photo shots of the vehicles being used in the film.

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Bluetooth Headset: BlueAnt V1

Voice recognition is nothing new, but BlueAnt Wireless has taken the technology to another level.  The company’s V1 bluetooth headset is able to comprehend an array of commands spoken by the user and then acts on them.  A few examples include “pair me,” “call home,” “call favorite,” “Goog-411,” and “accept” or “ignore call.”