Dale Davies: Page 39
December 14, 2007 ET
Toyota unveiled a robot that plays violin. In the last few years we saw a tremendous improvement in humanoid robots.
December 7, 2007 ET
As strange as it may seem, the multimillion dollar satellite in space can lift your golf experience to a higher level. What was once reserved for the army now it's reserved for you.
December 2, 2007 ET
There are more and more users that want mobile phone with basic capabilities, not "everything squeezed-in" devices. Nico+ from Willcom is such device and a fashion statement.
November 26, 2007 ET
A little test showed how much wisely chosen earphones can attribute to listening experience. This time, I'm writing about Sennheiser CX400.
November 24, 2007 ET
NEC made a new category of personal computers with its P5010. It is a No1 in Japan and there's a reason for that.
November 20, 2007 ET
Callpod’s Dragon Bluetooth will work with your mobile phone or PDA on the distance of 100 meters.
November 16, 2007 ET
Old or broken hard disks are usually on their way to a trashcan. But there may be someone that is interested in you broken computer equipment.
November 6, 2007 ET
Asus made small but powerful laptop with great ratio of price and value. Although initially for developing countries, the rich market recognized great concept and execution
November 2, 2007 ET
Every monitor is too small and every price could be lower. New Toshiba redefines that: There are plenty of pixels, but the price is unreasonable high.
October 27, 2007 ET
Once upon a time Japan was considered to be a land of cheap copies of western products. These days, China is in the same position.
October 26, 2007 ET
Bang & Olufsen strikes again. We wrote about 40-inch LCD wide screen some time ago, and now we'll look at the other side of spectrum.
October 21, 2007 ET
These days we are bombarded with all kind of information, pictures, sound, ads, and everything that our brain can think of. And while our brain is a powerful mechanism, it has its limits, yet it seems that people in marketing want to push that limit further.