Google Street View now lets you see photographs of city streets and their surroundings taken by Google cameras attached to vehicles that have been driving along major city streets in the US and other countries including Japan, Australia, and Spain – I don’t think UK yet guys, sorry!
Let’s see what Brian Tong from CNET Applebyte thinks of the latest news and rumors relating to Apple products. Brian talks about whether or not Apple could be releasing a brand spanking new iPhone soon based on some analytical sources over the web, also is a new iMac on the horizon?
Watch the video right after the jump…
Readers here at GadgetLite who are keen gamers of games like WoW will definitely have heard of the Wolfking Warrior game pad keyboard a simple, easy to use device ideal for first-person-shooter (FPS) games and possibly any game you can imagine that suits it style. The aim of the unique design is essentially to help enhance his or her gameplay experience. But the Wolfking Warrior is now old, because there is now a new one out called the Warrior XXTREME gamepad (you could take a look at the Wolfking Warrior review first though, at TechRepublic).
Compared to the old Warrior (red), the Warrior XXTREME is twice the bulkier (black) with an ergonomic design:
As you will see in the videos after the jump, it’s not the best keyboard if you’re not a serious gamer and want to use it for other purposes such as emailing, messaging, document processing. Plenty of shortcut keys which should be useful for online gaming. The back light I think has been really well thought out, it should prove to be welcomed for those who game late into the night (and morning!) while everyone else is already asleep. Continue reading »
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The Baylis Revolution is a hefty wind up portable media player / MP3 player that features video playback, a photo viewer, an FM radio, a voice recorder, a line input recorder, a text reader, expandable memory and a flashlight. Though its got a crank at the back, it doesn’t mean you can’t charge it using alternative methods, you can do this by charging through its usb port.
Not very long ago, we covered LG’s newest, very fancy GD910 – their latest wrist watch mobile phone. To me, it very much feels like stepping into the future, it’s like the type of gadgets you see in James Bond films, a touch of the touchscreen could easily trigger some sort of bomb. Realistically though, it’s not that far yet but it does look very impressive.
Here’s a gallery via ElectricPig:
Hands on video (not literally) of the LG GD910 watch phone from Brian Cooley over at CNET at the CES 2009 to follow right after the break…
If you’ve got an old Windows XP pc like we do but can’t seem to get much done with it simply because it’s just too slow then here’s a possible solution for you. Don’t want to get your hands dirty or spend any extra money upgrading its system memory then just pop in one of those usb flash drives you have lying around. It doesn’t matter if it’s a desktop or a laptop.
This isn’t actually a hack of any kind, it is actually a function that’s been sitting there and waiting for you to activate the whole time! It really does work, at no extra cost, plus helps you make use of flash drives that are no longer of use to you. It takes only a few minutes and a restart to do, you will notice the difference in speed (depends on how much memory you give it though) immediately after restarting!
Here’s an example screenshot…
If you think this is for you, then watch the video after the break…