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iPhone Hack – How to Make an iPhone-Controlled Laser Matrix Projector!

Here’s a really cool laser matrix projector project that can be controlled via an iPhone!

The idea is to add some kind of projector capability to mobile phone (e.g. iPhone) that isn’t too complex or expensive.  Instead of using an expensive mini projector, I decided to use lasers instead to any bitmap font using a matrix of laser points, which is controlled by iPhone.

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Wireless Water Meters in Effect in New York City!

Here’s an interesting news that New York City will be implementing wireless water meters coupled with internet monitoring capability, which will allow New York citizens to know “exactly” how much water they are using and only pay for how much they’ve used.  I have to agree traditional water meters have not been too accurate plus manpower required to check those meters on a monthly basis have been too costly.  We hop

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USB “Thumb” Flash Drive!

It’s not that often that a manufacturer takes things literally and makes a USB “Thumb” Flash Drive, but you are glad that they did.

Features:

USB 2.0 High Speed Plug and Play, Hot-Swapped capability Mass storage compliant Support: Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and Mac OS Dimensions: 55 x 24 x 22mm (approx.) Weight: 18g

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Headless Teddy Bear USB Flash Drive!

Check out this Teddy Bear USB Flash Drive that will lose it’s head just so you can stick it in your computer.

Sorta cool until the head falls off, maybe they should market the product with the head on for better reception by consumers.

Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified, backward compatible with USB 1.1 Plug and Play, Hot-Swapped capability Mass Storage Device class compatible. Support: Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and Mac OS Dimensions: 8cm x 9.5cm tall (approx.) Weight: 20g

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Cigarette Box Hands-free Headset!

Check out this little nifty cigarette box hands-free headset, which will go nicely in your center compartment of your car without all the cancerous smoke.

This ridiculous device plugs into your cell phone and lets you make calls by speaking into the cigarette box. Don’t ask me. I don’t get it either. I suppose the good news is that you shouldn’t end up with lung cancer from using these cigs. And thanks to its “Anti-Electromagnetic Waves” capability, brain cancer won’t be a problem either.

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Nokia 8800 Arte – For Show and no Go!

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Well, I have to tell you the truth now. The truth? I did get to test all the Nokia 8800 series at the Nokia booth couple weeks ago at Web 2.0 Expo 2008.

The reason why I didn’t post my pics or videos is partly I didn’t have time to and also because the web browsers on the new Nokia are so horrible. They are not even recommended for any kind of web brows

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HTC Diamond, is this for real now?

Ever since the invent of iPhones, most other cellphone manufacturers have become obsolete in terms of “web browsing” capability.  HTC, usually based on Windows Mobile, have kept surprising me with their outdated mobile IE browser that does not support any of Web2.0 technologies including AJAX.

Well, as a previous owner of HTC, I hope they finally move onto another mobile OS platform like the Android from Google, or they will ultimately fail to capture attention of fast-move

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Newest Navy Aircraft Unveiled by Northrop Grumman

Newest Navy Aircraft Unveiled by Northrop Grumman

Oooh, this is a cool plane

t the heart of the aircraft is the new radar, the APY-9, designed and built by Lockheed Martin Corporation. It can “see” smaller targets and more of them at greater ranges than the E-2C. The new rotodome, developed by L-3 Communications Randtron Antenna Systems, contains the critically important, continuous, 360-degree scanning capability, while adding an electronically scanned array.

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