Friday, July 27, 2007Levitating keyboard uses magnets to float keys
Until Apple stuck a magnetic holder for its multimedia remote control on the side of the most recent iMacs, it was generally accepted that magnets should be kept well away from computer screens. Now that’s no longer a consideration, we’re starting to see more magnetised material in peripherals, such as this first magnetic keyboard.
Monday, July 02, 2007Cellphones to become projectors this year
Although Japan still leads the world when it comes to pumping out gadgets, we really have to hand it to those up-and-coming Korean companies for their willingness to go the extra mile and add new features we never knew we needed. The latest unusual addition is a video projector that will be delivered to mobile phones sold by SK Telecom later this year.
Monday, June 18, 2007Beefed-up 80GB PS3 available now in Korea but who cares?
So, the fabled 80GB PS3 has just launched in Korea and gamers worldwide are united in grumbling about how it ain't fair they only got 60GB, well so what?
Friday, May 18, 2007Google will block adult searches in Korea with age verification
Google has caved in to pressure from the South Korean government and agreed to implement a system that will censor certain search terms unless the user can prove he or she is not a minor.
Tuesday, May 08, 2007Pantech adds to the touchy-feely phone market
The latest high-end mobile phone from Korean firm Pantech adds to the increasingly crowded touch-screen mobile market occupied by the Prada phone and the imminent iPhone, but does so with a different approach.
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