With the Sony brand attached to their phones I expected a lot more from a design point of view but then again Ericsson have never really made any spectacular looking phones. I’m just thinking back to when the T28 was out and Nokia had their 8100 so called banana phone.
However, it looks like Ericsson has decided to let Sony look after t
he design aspects of the phone. In 2010, Sony will unveil The Idou. Strange name but its just a code name until they give it a proper name next year. The phone looks sleek and has a more Sony look and feel to it.
The phone will have a 12 megapixel camera with Xenon flash. The screen is a massive 3.5 inches with a 16:9 aspect ratio. These are only official specs that we know and things may be added or changed when the phone is released in 2010.
You can read more about the Idou here
This car looks like something out of the Jetson’s, not too sure if you guys remember that cartoon but you can always do a search if you don’t know what I’m talking about. Make sure you use Hoongle and not google.
This electric/hybrid car developed in
Califonia will officially go on sale at the end of the year. The car will cost between $25,000 – $40,000, not cheap but there’s already 4,000 customer orders placed.
The Aptera does about 100 miles on a single charge according to their website. Thatâ€™s supposedly equivalent to 300mpg; and the vehicle can be recharged by a standard outlet (110v) in less than 8 hours.
Want to read more then visit their webiste http://www.aptera.com
A new solar-powered mobile phone will hit the market as early as June this year for under $US40. The phone looks very much a ‘made in china’ phone but we thought we would feature this phone solely because its the first low cost solar powered mobile phone ever produced.
With a design you wo
uld get from a $2 shop, the Colar-200-Solar as it is called generates electricity from a single mini solar panel located on the back of the phone. The phone looks very cheap and it is at only $US40 you can get the phone outright.
The phone is produced by Chinese group ZTE and is targeted at people that don’t have access to electricity. This is no joke, there is about ‘two billion people who have limited or no access to electricity,’ said Wang Yong Zhong, general manager of ZTE.
I know most of you would like to help out a person in need but may not have the time or just don’t know where to start. Well here is the easiest way where you can help out a child in need. For every search you do on Hoongle they will donate 20 grains of rice
through the UN World Food Program to help end hunger.
Currently they have donated 579980 grains of rice and with your help by doing what you do everyday you can help this number grow.
No matter how light your laptop is, when you’re lugging it around with everything else it suddenly feels like a brick. Especially when you’ve been carrying it to and from work everyday and you continuosly say to yourself ‘I really need
a backpack as this bag is killing my shoulders.’ Well the reason why you may have delayed getting a backpackis because they never look good and practically all of them make you like a school kid.
Fear no more and save your back by getting yourself a Booq Boa Laptop Bag. This slim design and single strap makes carrying a laptop cool without hurting yourself. The backpack comes in three different size; 13″, 15″ and 17″.
If you’re worried about losing your bag each, Booq bag has a unique ID number that once registered, can help track your bag in case it is ever lost.
Wanna really confuse your mates when they come over for a few beers, then get yourself a set of these Hopside
Down beer glasses. The glasses are designed by a guy who likes to drink his beer straight from the bottle so he did something about it and put the bottle in a glass. The glasses will be available in march but you can pre-order then now if you really like one.