Pineapple Rumble K vibrating, bone conducting, earphones

We saw the Pineapple Rumble K headphones at two booths during our trip to CES 2010. Both times the sound of the crowd was too noisy to really give the headphones a good review. When Pineapple sent us a pair to review, we were excited. The Rumble K headphones use “bone conduction” technology to create … Read morePineapple Rumble K vibrating, bone conducting, earphones

The real debate: Is the iPad a big iPhone, a big iPod Touch or a crippled iMac?

Ya. We know, the photo used here is not of the actual iPad ( photo credit: nDevilTV). Apple has described the iPad as the most innovative piece of technology they have ever produced. This may be true if you take it apart and look at the pieces, but the end result is a device that … Read moreThe real debate: Is the iPad a big iPhone, a big iPod Touch or a crippled iMac?

YoGen human-powered cell phone charger at CES 2010

Sure, it looks goofy as a person uses it, but it is a great idea and we hope it catches on. The YoGen people seemed to be everywhere at CES. As the above video demonstrates, the user pulls the string repeatedly to charge the battery in their mobile device.

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