Alberto Escarlate

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No need to comment about this huge deal: “Florida State finalizing huge deal with Apple to provide free copies of iTunes and 99 cent songs for students.” A As Jason Kottke sai...

September 1st 2004 at 12:06am 0 Comments
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Peter Rojas from Engadget gave us the scoop about the new iMac G5 unveiled at the Paris Apple Expo 2004. Here’s the scoop: it comes in both 17-inch and 20-inch widescreen...

August 31st 2004 at 9:50am 0 Comments
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Want to find the direction to Mecca? Need to convert a Gregorian date into the Hijri calendar? Feel like reading the complete Holy Koran in English or Uthmanic? No problem. The Ilkone i800 is a GSM m...

July 15th 2004 at 8:00am 0 Comments
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The post-modern meets the art-nouveau. Metronaps is a futuristic rest pod available for 20-minute naps at the Empire State Building. Walk-in rates begin at $14.00 and if you're a serial-napper y...

July 13th 2004 at 5:51pm 0 Comments
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European users have bought over 800,000—16 times as many as its closest competitor, OD2— songs on the newly launched iTunes stores in UK, France and Germany. 56% of the total (...

June 24th 2004 at 8:25am 0 Comments
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OQO has selected a lucky group of 40 major potential corporate customers to test drive the OQO Model 01. They are pretty confident — and we can hardly disagree — that "OQO will sell every...

May 26th 2004 at 8:00am 0 Comments
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According to the chairman of Dyson Japan, their new product — the Dyson DC12 — "costs about three and a half times as much as an average vacuum cleaner, but that was justified by the...

May 25th 2004 at 5:00pm 0 Comments
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These spy devices are already being used by the police, FBI and auditors to duplicate hard drives in order to collect forensic evidence.  Logicube's new Forensic MD5 is...

May 21st 2004 at 2:31pm 0 Comments
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CeBit America is coming up next week in NYC and there's probably some interesting stuff to see. One new product that caught our attention is Gabrielor's Rounded Keypad. This keypad design suppos...

May 21st 2004 at 11:33am 0 Comments
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This is what we would do if we didn't have to blog all day. The CubicSolver is a Lego Mindstorms robot that solves the Rubik's cube puzzle. It even includes a color-recognition software module...

May 17th 2004 at 5:33pm 0 Comments
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Wired News is reporting about Wired's NextFest performance of Asimo—the friendly little robot from Honda. There are two nice video clips of Asimo balancing his 'body' in one foot and climbing s...

May 15th 2004 at 11:23am 0 Comments