World’s First Dual Touch Screen Laptop, The Toshiba Libretto W100

Yesterday, Toshiba announced the world’s first dual touch screen laptop called the Libretto W100. According to the Toshiba website, a limited number of these small hand held devices will be available in August 2010. It comes with a Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System powered by an  Intel Pentium processor, 2GB of RAM, a 62GB… Continue Reading …

Microsoft Unveils Voice And Movement-Activated Xbox Kinect Games

Microsoft unveiled its new Xbox 360 motion controller which is a completely hands-free games console with voice commands called Kinect. The launch included a number of new games including a driving simulation in which passengers rock their bodies to toss the car into cartwheels, a track and field tournament, and a Star Wars game with… Continue Reading …

Skiff: Largest, Lightest, Highest Resolution e-Reader Debuts At CES 2010

Skiff is a new 11.5 inch touchscreen e-Reader, making it the largest ever. It is only 6.8 millimeters thick, making it the thinnest ever. It has an LG micro foil Display with a resolution of 1200 × 1600, the highest in an e-Reader ever. Oh yes, and it is also equipped with 3G and Wi-Fi.… Continue Reading …

Goodbye Lightbulbs, Hello Wallpaper OLED

Wallpaper that can glow with light and bendable flat-panel screens are a step closer thanks to research into organic LEDs (OLEDs), which are widely hailed as the next generation of environmentally friendly lighting technology. OLEDs use very little power to produce light, even compared with modern energy-saving bulbs. The chemicals they are made from can… Continue Reading …

Truly universal phone charger approved

Cellphone chargers, like the one above (which is one of the best I have seen) that claim to be “universal” when in reality they are just “toolboxes” full of different tools, may become extinct soon! A new mobile phone charger that will work with any handset has been approved by the International Telecommunication Union ITU,… Continue Reading …