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The RJ vertical Cabestan Tourbillon and the Day and Night watch.

Romain Jerome offers unique watches that fascinate the technophile and fundamentally defy logic. The Day&Night watch, however, takes the cake for sheer outrageous “I-don’t-give-a-flying-toss” (but-really-I-do) elitism. It’s a limited edition of just nine watches costing US$300,000 apeice and all were snapped up immediately they went on sale. Here’s the kicker – the watches have no hands – they do not indicate the time in any way other than simply day and night – it’s the watch for people who are of such “independent means” that they do not care what the time is. Go figure!  Read More

The patent

August 8, 2008 One of Apple's recent patents promises to make the size constraints of the iPhone and iPod Touch seem like a thing of the past - the ability to stream all the content in the iTunes library on your home PC from anywhere with internet access.  Read More

The new Motorola ROKR EM30.

Motorola has expanded its ROKR range with the introduction of three new units in a range of styles. The lineup includes the candybar MOTOROKR EM30, clamshell ROKR EM28 and the slider ROKR EM25, plus there's two new portable speaker systems to complement the new phone’s music focus.  Read More

Seiko Instruments DPU-S445 Mobile Printer

The new IrDA and Bluetooth equipped DPU-S445 Mobile Printer from Seiko Instruments is compact and lightweight with very few moving parts, runs on a long-life lithium-ion battery and produces 4” wide printed output at 90 mm/sec.  Read More

Samsung's Q1UP-V UMPC

July 30, 2008 Samsung has released two new models for their Q1 Ultra series of ultra-mobile PCs - the businessman's Q1UP-V and the well connected Q1U-CMXP.  Read More

Pic courtesy Gizmodo.

July 29, 2008 Tech companies just love being able to lay claim to that “world’s smallest” title, and hard drive manufacturers are no different with Freecom boasting the “world’s smallest and lightest” portable 2.5-inch USB 2.0 external hard drive with the Mobile Drive XXS.  Read More

Jailbreak your 3G iPhone with WinPwn

Windows users who read about the OS X-based Pwnage Tool 2.0.1 last week can stop feeling left out thanks to WinPwn - an equally capable application that runs on Windows XP and Vista.  Read More

Use the 3G iPhone as a 3G modem

July 23, 2008 While tethering (using a 3G phone as a modem for a laptop) is a feature included in almost every 3G phone on the market, AT&T have come out and said they will not support tethering on the 3G iPhone. That oversight has spurred hackers into action and resulted in the circulation of a tutorial for doing what AT&T won’t. Remember that this might be against your use license agreement with AT&T and result in much unpleasantness – or they may do nothing at all.  Read More

AIM for the iPhone

July 23, 2008 Looking for a way to offset the ridiculously expensive data plan that your new 3G iPhone is tied to? AOL's free AIM client has a feature you might be interested in - the ability to send free SMS messages.  Read More

DICE Electronics Universal Car kit for iPod

July 22, 2008 DICE Electronics have joined the glut of FM iPod transmitters already on the market with their Universal Car kit for iPod. The offering from DICE however differs from its competitors by using FM RDS technology - the communications protocol standard that sends small amounts of digital information such as time, track/artist info and station ID alongside conventional FM radio broadcasts. Using RDS allows song and artist name info from the iPod to show up on the screen of a compatible car radio.  Read More

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