Designed by Haroon Baig, a communication designer, the Twitwee Clock wirelessly connects to the internet and constantly checks for new status updates or search results from the Twitter API. New Tweets are displayed on the built-in display in near-realtime accompanied by the call of a mechanical cuckoo popping out of the clock. It can monitors … Continue reading Twitwee Clock
At 2010 CES, Cydle will introduce the multifunction Cydle P29A that combines a multimedia player and subscription-free Mobile TV. The player consists of a high-resolution 2.9-inch touchscreen and optimized interface that delivers HD audio and video. While playing music, the screen displays related information, such as lyrics, names of singers, and images. P29A incorporates the … Continue reading Cydle P29A – Multimedia Player and Mobile TV
“It looks frightening and it is frightening!?, admits Brothers, the maker of the biggest ever iPod accessory. 28 individual speakers (each housed in their own chamber), frequency response of 40Hz ? 20.000kHz, maximum power of 125 Watts, 102 kilos of weight and 950 x 1250 x 300mm dimensions make Wall of Sound not only frightening … Continue reading Wall of Sound ? The World’s Most Powerful iPod Speaker
New Vivitar camcorder features Infrared Night Vision – night-shooting mode (640×480 VGA, 30 fps) and is waterproof down to 16 feet. That?s already pretty much for $50! But 150 also has 8x digital zoom, 1.8″ TFT LCD, 2 GB NAND built-in memory (expandable via an SD spot), USB 2.0, TV Out (NTSC/PAL), webcam mode and comes … Continue reading Vivitar DVR 150 – Infrared, Waterproof Pocket Camcorder
VIDEO INTREVIEW. This time at IFA 2009 our reporters interviewed Riddhi Patel, the iSuppli analyst. Riddhi is responsible for the television and plasma display panel (PDP) analysis. She shared with us her latest discoveries on HDTV market as well as her opinion of the nearest future of LCD technology that has dominated our living rooms.
She was visiting this year?s Berlin expo looking for some big innovations. Watch the video to check out if she has found anything that took her breath away.
Continue reading IFA 2009: iSuppli Analyst About HDTV Market
Originally appeared on HDTV.biz-news.com :: Latest HDTV Business News on 16/09/2009
Wireless HDTV Link transmits 1080p/30 HD signal up to 20 meters, making it possible e.g. to stream devices like a Blu-ray player to a TV from the other side of the room.
Continue reading IFA 2009: Philips Launches Wireless HDTV Link
Originally appeared on HDTV.biz-news.com :: Latest HDTV Business News on 03/09/2009
The Swiss brand nvp3D introduced the FreeD Multi-Media Player ? the first portable autonomous 3D monitor for viewing without glasses.
The device is autonomous, that means there is no need of a computer connection to view. The content ? videos and photos – is displaying on 7-inch monitor from the SD card. Autonomy of the player is limited by the battery to approx. 2 hours.
Continue reading First Portable 3D Monitor for Viewing Without Glasses
Originally appeared on HDTV.biz-news.com :: Latest HDTV Business News on 01/09/2009
IFA 2009 – the business event no. 1 for consumer electronics – will take place in Berlin from September 4-9.
For one week international media interest will be concentrated on IFA. Also the Biz-News journalists will be reporting directly from Berlin covering the latest in CE products.
Continue reading IFA 2009: The Countdown Is On!
Originally appeared on HDTV.biz-news.com :: Latest HDTV Business News on 28/08/2009
Despite a rapid rise in the sales of consumer Blu-ray players, a fall in their prices and an increase in the number of high-definition movie titles, Blu-ray drives in PC systems have been left singing the blues, according to iSuppli.
iSuppli?s recent report says that by 2013, Blu-ray drives will be found in only 16.3 percent of PCs shipped, up from 3.6 percent in 2009.
Continue reading Blu-ray Won?t Replace DVD as the Primary Drive for PCs
Originally appeared on HDTV.biz-news.com :: Latest HDTV Business News on 27/08/2009
Quixel Research?s newly launched report revealed that in Q2 2009 the Plasma TV was the only large screen TV category to show significant – up 31% in volume and 35% in value – growth quarter-to-quarter.
The harsh economic climate didn?t also slow LCDTV sales: the overall LCDTV market grew nine percent quarter-to-quarter and 22 percent year-to-year.
Continue reading Plasma and LCD TV Sales Increase in Q2 2009
Originally appeared on HDTV.biz-news.com :: Latest HDTV Business News on 21/08/2009