This is the latest Samsung Jet commercial by Viral Factory London that featuring a digital animation of bungee jumping elephants on a live action at Piccadilly Circus in London. Thanks Vincenzo (Viral Factory London) for the video. Video after the jump. Continue reading “Latest Samsung Jet Campaign – Bungee Jumping Elephants”
The Synaptics ClearPad 3000 Touchscreen has 48 sensing channels, it can handles 10 fingers at once, and apparently the technology will scale up to 8 inch screens. I want this in next generation iPhone. Video after the jump. Continue reading “Synaptics ClearPad 3000 Touchscreen”
It’s a classic K6 Red Telephone Box shaped mobile phone. It features a 65k colour TFT screen, camera, full SMS and MMS functionality, polyphonic ringtones, and GPRS/WAP 2.0. You can set your wallpaper to display one of fifteen different iconic images from old Blighty, plus you can select from Rule Brittania, God Save the Queen, or one of twenty other ringtone melodies.
London Calling measures 102mm by 43mm by 21 mm, and weighs approximately 100 grams. As an unlocked GSM phone, all you have to do is plug in your current Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin or Cingular SIM card and start talking. More information and picture after the jump. Continue reading “The London Calling Mobile Phone”
This is the fully licensed from the Star Trek TV series and the only official replica of the original series communicator. Its a VOIP phone with built in microphone and speaker also allows it to be used for two way voice communication with most popular instant online internet messaging systems such as Skype, MSN Messenger, AIM and iChat. More pictures, information and video after the jump Continue reading “Star Trek USB Communicator VOIP Phone”
Popular Mechanics is picking up some rugged cell phone for a test.
“Ruggedized cellphones are typically designed to comply with Military Specification 810F, able to withstand light shocks, short falls and splashes. But just how far can they go? We took three and pushed them way beyond their spec sheet to approximate real-life mishaps—if real life was a demolition derby run by Navy SEALs. For the phones, it proved to be a one-way trip to PMs lab.
The Sonim looked and felt the toughest, but the Verizon G’zOne Boulder was the winner—it continued to work until it was literally a tangle of plastic shards and wires.”
Video after the jump. Continue reading “Rugged Cell Phones Stress Test”