Fortune’s Best

Posted on December 7, 2004 Under Gadgetry

Fortune Mag's Best Products of the years has called the Jawbone Headset one of the best electronic products of 2004. Remember where you saw it first. They also have this crazy new Nokia 7280-- with no dialing pad. It places…

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Posted on November 26, 2004 Under Gadgetry

2004 Business Week and Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) silver medal winner Jawbone the alpha noise-reducing headset. Brushed stainless steal, shaped by designer Yves Béhar features sensors that detect cheek bone vibrations, in exchange offering a clearer crisper transmission.…

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Treo 650 Official

Posted on October 25, 2004 Under Gadgetry

As all gadget enthusiasts predicted, Palm One announced the Treo 650 today, finally giving this damn thing bluetooth implementation. An upgraded camera, some more memory, and a few other neato additions. There already seems to be some big issues with…

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Google SMS

Posted on October 7, 2004 Under Gadgetry

I figured it wasn't long before Google did something like this, simple SMS query that performs a google search by sending a message to 46656 or GOOGL from your mobile phone with a query afterwards. For example, a query would…

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Blackberry 7100t

Posted on October 1, 2004 Under Gadgetry

I went and saw the new Blackberry 7100t, the phone/pda guy that packs two letters per key and has some insane dictionary for predictive text input. It was small, light, good shape, and I suppose would work well for someone…

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Go Go Gadget Mobile Powerplant

Posted on September 28, 2004 Under Gadgetry

I've seen this pop up on a few sites now, seems pretty celver. The backpack that is a mobile power source to charge your gadgets without tying you to a power outlet. Three solar panels that generate 4 watts of…

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Posted on September 27, 2004 Under Gadgetry

AT&T Launched their OGO, they're calling it the first affordable, comprehensive messaging device and service. It's offering AIM and email from AOL, MSN and Yahoo... It doesn't surf the web, and from my investigation of it seems pretty "kiddy" in…

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Retro Phones of the Future

Posted on September 23, 2004 Under Gadgetry

Hahahaha, This is toooooo coool, I had seen these on ebay before but I never realized they were really a company....pokia.combrings you some awesome retro handsets custom fitted to the newest mobile phones. They even have some bluetooth editions. I'm…

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