builder.com

This is a pretty impressive site for Developers, Architects, and Managers of IT projects. I like the idea of user ratings on the contents (Oracle does the same on Metalink, and MS on TechNet…). Good topics like Web Services, Asynchronous…

  • April 16, 2002

Mitsubishi’s Wireless Glass

Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories has created a wirelessly-enabled glass that can automatically notify bartenders and other servers when you need a refill. “Each glass contains a microchip that derives power from a radio-frequency coil inside the base. The glass is…

  • April 8, 2002

Laptop Portrait Display

I think Lapvantage has a great idea here. They supply a little program to rotate your display. Combined with this (ugly?) stand, you can now have a portrait display with your laptop! Price is around $80, though…

  • April 8, 2002

iPaq USB Synch/Power cable

Gomadic Corp. has recently released their new iPAQ Power Sync cable. Now you can power and synch your iPaq through your USB port. For $15, I think this 3-foot long cable is great.

  • April 2, 2002

Virtual keyboard at CeBIT

VKB just announced a full-size fully functional virtual keyboard that can be projected and typed on any surface at the CeBIT fair in Hanover, Germany.

  • March 23, 2002

New RIM Blackberry – with phone

RIM is coming out with a new Blackberry, the 5810, now with a built-in phone. This looks like quite the toy. According to anywhereyougo, it will run on VoiceStream or AT&T here in the US, and will cost $500, with…

  • March 18, 2002

Enron Humor

Found this funny page with a spoof of the Enron Voice Mail system. Check it out…

  • March 7, 2002

The new Palm i705

The silvery device features 8 MB of memory, an expansion slot, a USB port for faster synchronization and a monochrome screen. It operates on a rechargeable lithium battery… wow. Looks like it will be selling for around $449.

  • January 29, 2002

Lindows.com

“LindowsOS is a modern and affordable operating system for Pentium based computers. LindowsOS, due out 1st Quarter of 2002, will have the unique ability to run Linux software titles as well as many popular Microsoft Windows software titles giving computer…

  • January 26, 2002

Clever idea for the Touchpad

A new TouchPad, called the cPad, from Synaptics, with a touch-sensitive LCD screen where the notebook’s TouchPad would be. Could be used as an application launcher, calculator, calendar display, sticky notes.

  • January 21, 2002