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.”

Big Surprise: Nokia atop mobile sales chart

Well, we weren’t surprised and hopefully neither are you.  Analyst firm Gartner just released the figures and the gap is wider than ever before.  According to the report, Nokia controls about 40 percent of the world’s mobile phone market with 12.4 million mobile phones sold in the second quarter of 2008.

Car Review: 2009 Aston Martin Vantage Roadster

The Truth About Cars recently did a review on this year’s Aston Martin Vantage Roadster and we think you guys should check it out.  It’s revamped on the outside to be just as sexy, if not sexier than the DB9.

Aston Martin engineers admitted to a British newspaper that they designed the Vantage by morphing Adriana Lima and a clone of Leonardo Da Vinci: a blend of emotionally irresistible and mathematically precise curves and planes.

Tonino Lamborghini

Smoking’s bad for you.  But if you’re gonna do it, do it with class.  We recommend the Tonino Lamborghini line.  It features cigar lighters, cutters, and even men’s accessories.  The lighters even have a two-year warranty and come packaged in a custom Lamborghini gift box.

AMVOX2 Transponder for Aston Martin DBS

Aston Martin has teamed up with Jaeger-LeCoultre to create something special.  A wrist watch that can start your car?  This is a piece that 007 had years ago.  We were kept in the dark, but not anymore! No special effects here, this is real.  The AMVOX2 DBS Transponder is a sleek watch and it also has a transponder built in that will start your DBS.

Sony unveils strap-on for PS3 controllers

Get your head out of the gutter.  At its Leipzig Games Convention press conference, Sony pulled out a wireless keypad for the PS3 that fits so snug on top of your Sixaxis or Dualshock3 controller.  It’s a neat little device.  It’s kitted with the PS button, a select and start button because it covers those 3 buttons up when it’s attached. 

American Airlines’ Gogo internet service goes live, bloggers rejoice

For the past few years, there has been much speculation into whether the internet would or should be accessed in airplanes.  Now, the speculation is over and so are the trial runs.

American Airlines’ new inflight broadband service goes live starting today.  For $12.95, passengers on AA flights using its Boeing 767-200 will be able to go online, check e-mail, instant message and access corporate VPN accounts using the system by Aircell LLC.

Android 0.9, roadmap released by Google

Yes! This is the information that every iPhone hater’s been waiting for.  Yesterday, Google released the 0.9 beta version of Android to developers.  This version is said to have close-resemblance to the real deal non-beta version coming in the next few months.  November seems to be the month of interest right now, but the first GPhone may not come with Exchange.

Nike+ app coming to iPhone?

The rumors have been endless about Nike+ creating a game-changing app for the iPhone.  It may be a bit far fetched to

run with a “bulky” iPhone, but imagine putting the GPS and wireless abilities of the devices to good use.

French website iPhone.fr has unveiled what it claims are iPhone screenshots of some new software that shows the system working in tandem with Google Maps over GPS, as well as displaying the much coveted ability to display running goals and targets over the air.