There are vending machines all over the world, but most of those vending machines don’t have any special functionality, but if you’re looking for a special vending machine, you might be interested in today’s model.

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PlayStation Vita coming in February

On October 31, 2011, in Gaming, Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

Avid gamers are waiting for PlayStation Vita with anticipation, especially since they can use PlayStation Vita as a PlayStation 3 controller, and if you’re impatient to get your hands on PlayStation Vita as well, we have some bad news related to release of this handheld.

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If you want to show a photo on your iPhone to a group of friends and don’t have the time to fiddle with transferring files onto a computer, just project it onto a wall with this latest gadget. The Monolith Case by Century is able to project images in 640×360 resolution, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, with 12 lumens of brightness.

 

 

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Watch local TV on your smartphone with TAXAN MeoTune

On October 13, 2011, in Cell Phones, Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

Enjoying in your favorite TV shows on your smartphone is possible via internet, but if you want to watch local TV stations on your smartphone, you’ll be able to do so with TAXAN MeoTune.

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Sharp i3board PN-L702B digital whiteboard hits Japan

On September 16, 2011, in Technology, by Mike Jefferson

Technology is becoming an essential part of our lives, so it’s no wonder to see old whiteboards replaced with digital whiteboards in schools and businesses, and if you’re looking for a digital whiteboard, Sharp might have the right thing for you.

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In the past, we saw that robots can do all sorts of things, such as singing and playing instruments, but we’ve never seen a robot that can learn and think on its own, until now.
This robot has been developed by folks from Hasegawa Group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Thanks to the technology called SOINN (Self-Organizing Incremental Neural Network), this robot can think like a human when it faces a task that it has never done before by making decisions based on its past experiences and knowledge.

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Unusual but by no means awkward, these special blinds developed by Japan-based company Tokyo Blinds claims to be able to absorb sound. Known as Feltone, the blinds can absorb sound and push down power noise by up to 60%.

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