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Toshiba unveils Cell ZX900 HDTV

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 10, 2010

With the number of 3D TVs and super-thin LED TVs being showcased at CES, the one that got my curiosity is the Cell TV that Toshiba unveiled. The Toshiba ZX900 CellTV is one powerful TV -- like an HDTV and a Media Center combined into one package. Toshiba Cell TV CELL Broadband Engine 1080p Full HD 1 Terabyte HDD DVD Player USB ports WiFi 802.11 n built-in video phone 480Hz frame rate 9,000,000:1 contrast ratio The Cell TV can take 2D video and upconvert it to 3D (without those 3D eyeglasses). Sizes of the Cell TVs come in two series:…

Water-Powered Cell Phones

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: October 15, 2007

Here's one indication that water will be a more expensive commodity in the future -- water-powered batteries for the mobile phones. Korea mobile manufacturer, Samsung, has recently unveiled at the 2007 Korea Electronics Show a new source of fuel-cells. The new fuel cell, powered by H2O, could power a handset for 10 hours -- almost twice as long as current rechargeable batteries. These water-powered handsets are expected to hit the market by 2010. Users will only have to change the hydrogen cartridge when the energy is depleted. Isn't that gonna be costly? However, they add that later handsets will be…

Law proposed to ban cell phones inside banks

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: October 13, 2014

A lawmaker has proposed a law called the "Cell Phone in Banks Prohibition Act of 2014" that seeks to ban and penalize the use of cell phones and similar devices inside banks as a way to fight criminals that targets the banking industry. Authored by Rep. Gavini C. Pancho (2nd District, Bulacan), House Bill 5033 or also known as the "Cell Phone in Banks Prohibition Act of 2014" is an Act banning the use of cellular phones or similar devices inside banks and providing penalty for violation thereof. "Criminals have used these communications devices and exploited current technology to upgrade…

Spotted at IFA: MyFC PowerTrekk Fuel Cell Charger

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: September 15, 2013

One of the smaller halls in Messe Berlin during IFA had a lot of start-up companies showing off their inventions and interesting gadgets. This PowerTrekk charger is based on Fuel Cell technology. The se up is very simple, combine ordinary water with the myFC Puck and it converts water into electricity. The kit includes the charging module where you fill up with regular water and a cradle for the Puck. Once the myFC Puck and water are in place, the module will produce electricity enough to fill up your smartphone and similar devices. Aside from being a charger, the module…

Kraftwerk – a portable fuel cell for your mobile device

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: February 3, 2015

Want to see something cooler than a power bank? Take a look at Kraftwerk, a fuel cell power generator that utilizes standard lighter gas to produce electricity and charge your mobile devices. Before we go any further, I'd like to emphasize that this is not your typical power bank. Power banks use built-in batteries to store power which will then be used to charge your devices. Kraftwerk, on the other hand, uses fuel cell technology and converts (by checmical reaction) standard camping gas or lighter gas directly into electricity. To make it work, all you need to do is fill…

goTenna, lets you send messages even when there’s no cell service

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: July 19, 2014

For those times when your cell service provider is not working or when you're in an area where there's no coverage, a device called the goTenna keeps you connected by letting you send messages to other goTenna users for free, even if you don't have a signal or working internet connection. goTenna is a Bluetooth-LE-equipped device that pairs with your smartphone (range of up to 20 feet) and, with the help of an app, lets you send messages or share your GPS coordinates to other goTenna-equipped smartphones for free. It uses low-frequency radio waves to transmit messages so it doesn't…

Globe upgrades network capacity, adds over 4000 new LTE cell sites

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: February 4, 2015

Mobile network giant Globe Telecom announced that it had activated 4,300 new LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD cell sites around the country as part of their current infrastructure upgrade program. This move enables the network to strengthen their mobile data service in major metropolitan areas such as Manila, Cebu, Davao and other key cities and tourist destinations in the country, enabling customers to explore and share online at faster internet speeds. The said upgrade, according to Globe, is needed to accommodate the increasing demand for smartphones and other data-capable devices. RELATED: Globe claims 100% 3G coverage, 4G/LTE in 3 months The network, according to its statement,…

T-Mobile G1 Android Phone in the Flesh

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: November 18, 2008

Managed to "borrow" one of the recently released T-Mobile G1 (a.k.a. Google Android Phone) and cooking up a full review. For the meantime, let me share some photos. The Google Phone is one of the oddest phone I've ever seen in terms of design and form factor. Even the mechanism for flipping out the keyboard is a bit unconventional. Took several shots of the phone together with the Nokia E71, iPhone 3G and Xperia X1 for some visual comparison. The G1 is indeed huge and bulky. Will be done with my review before the week ends so watch out for…

OpenFrame IP Media Phone sports an Intel Atom

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: September 25, 2008

I earlier hinted that the Intel Atom CPU could very well power a mobile phone. I didn't realize one phone manufacturer has already done it. OpenPeak today announced the OpenFrame IP Media Phone that runs on an Intel Atom processor. The OpenFrame media phone integrates voice, data, video and mobile into a touchscreen-based device. It connects to your home network via the built-in WiFi. The device can send calendar alerts and driving directions to the user's mobile; stream and play music, movie trailers and YouTube videos; and preview images or video from digital cameras or camcorders. So, okay it's not…

Modu: World’s Lightest Phone has arrived

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: September 4, 2009

At only under 43 grams, the modu phone is the world's lightest cellphone and it's now available in the Philippines thru Globe Telecom. Listed in the Guinness Book of Records, this fully functional phone is just 5 grams shy of the iPod Nano's weight. Aside from a music player, it's also a mass storage device (with 2GB internal memory). If you looked at the keypad, it doesn't seem to be the regular alphanumeric one we're familiar with. I'm curious how the navigation works. Globe will exclusively carry the distribution of the modu phone in the Philippines. No word as to