Creative’s Zen Vision:M does not fit this leitmotiv, a slogan actually used by Toshiba. Instead the Vision:M is just another copy of Apple iPod’s product design, exercised in a lower quality and less innovative way. “When people see the Zen Vision:M, they tell us it’s incredibly cool,” said Sim Wong Hoo, chairman and CEO of… Continue reading Don’t Copy. Lead.
This device is so new, powerful and handy, OQO (Brand Directory: OQO), the company producing it, needed to create a new name. Not PDA, not MDA, not PocketPC, no. It’s called UPC as in “Ultra Personal Computer” I’m yet to find a price but as I read from the specs this UPC should be pretty… Continue reading Meet OQO – the Ultra Personal Computer
For christmas, I would like to get this watch, designed by Philippe Starck. It is based on L.E.D. technology and time or date are presented when the appropriate button is pressed. Nothing special you say but look how pretty L.E.D. can be and apart from the extra-ordinary design, it is not that expensive ($125). For… Continue reading L.E.D. digital – Fashion Watch by Philippe Starck
My friend Alex had a great idea: to get rid of all those bookmarklets one has in his/her toolbar: “add to delicious, add to newsgator, add to bloglines, blog this with wordpress, …” You get the point. blummy is a tool for quick access to your favorite web services via your bookmark toolbar. It consists… Continue reading blummy – The Tool to end all Bookmarklets
Watch Video (high quality) The new ad for Apple iTunes + iPod features Eminem surrounded by great compositing effects and a catchy tune. The design and marketing departments have done a great job once again.
Men are not waiting for a product to increase breast size. Women just laugh about tools to enlarge a penis. You cannot infect anybody with anything but you can surely take the right measures to infect some. Viral marketing works just like epidemics. A virus is spread to people using carriers. But unlike with sicknesses,… Continue reading Garlic is Viral, Influence is King
Seiko, an Asian electronics company will be the first to utilize an electronic paper (e-ink) display for a watch. This ‘Future Now’ design incorporates an easy-to-read, ultra-thin, low-power display integrated into an eye-catching curved band.