Innovation, News

Stomach pump 2.0: AspireAssist sucks the food right out of your belly

Pump, gadget that pulls food out of the stomach Most gadgets fill superficial needs. Some empty our stomachs and enrich our lives. This is the AspireAssist, and it sucks the food out of your stomach. If you have a transparent stomach, AspireAssist will look like this AspireAssist is the brainchild of Segway Creator Dean Kamen (not the one who rode off the cliff to his death). The gadget is fitted onto the body, with a tube surgically implanted into the stomach. This surgery doesn’t even require a local anesthetic and the ...

Android, Mobile Phones, News

Huawei G520: the smartphone where you get what you pay for

Huawei, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, has introduced the G520 smartphone, which it intends to sell for only US$225 in China (at first). That is not a shabby price at all, and would fall into a lot of users pockets. According to the specs, it's not looking too bad either. Running on Android 4.0, it will have a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a 4.5-inch In-Plane Switching technology (IPS) touchscreen display and be powered by a 1.2GHz Mediatek ...

Games, News

The 10 most anticipated indie games of 2013

Stasis This time of year has a serious lack of new releases. I’m not sure if people are still playing through the mass of games that are released towards the end of year, but January, even right up until March is a seriously dry gaming period, with perhaps only one or two titles that I find interesting. Luckily, for those of us who love these things, indie games provide a great alternative to AAA titles. And although January still doesn't offer us ...

Computers, Reviews, Tablets

Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC hands on review

Every year at CES, technology gets bigger. We've seen 85-inch televisions, 6-inch phablets, and now Lenovo has upped the ante with an awesome touch-based monstrosity. Too big to be a tablet and too touch oriented to be your average all-in-one PC, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon is the first so-called table PC. And it is the size of a table. When we first laid eyes on this 27-inch beast, we imagined a group of architects or engineers using it to study the latest ...

Apple, iPhone, News

Apple downgrades orders for iPhone 5 displays

A sales story rarely makes it to Gearburn, but when Apple's involved we'll make an exception. Apple has halved its orders for iPhone 5 displays, which means one of two things. But first, the proof. The news was first revealed by The Wall Street Journal. Apple’s orders for screens for the January-March quarter, for example, have dropped to roughly half of what it had previously planned to order, two of the people said. The U.S. company has also cut orders for components ...

News, Tablets

Asus slips out $150 7-inch MeMO Pad

Asus MeMO pad There was an abundance of cheap tech garbage at CES 2013, so finding a well-priced tablet amongst the stalls pandering for your attention was a difficult task. Asus has made it easy for us though, with the post-CES launch of the US$150 MeMO Pad, a 7-inch Android 4.1 tablet with a Nexus-like design. Outside of the peppy colour-naming scheme (Sugar White, Titanium Gray and Cherry Pink), the MeMO Pad is more of the same, but it’s well-priced and decently specced. ...

News, Samsung, TV

Korea can now snag Samsung’s $38k 85-inch Ultra HD TV

8378813242ab79772533o CES 2013 was the cotillion for ultra-HD TV’s and Samsung, the company who demoed one of the largest ultra-HD TV’s at the show has now placed its 85-inch, quad-core TV up for pre-order in Korea. And all that tech can be yours, for the veritably inexpensive price of US$38 000. 85 inches of FUTURE!So what are we getting for just shy of US$40-k?. As mentioned there’s a quad-core CPU running the 214cm TV, 2.2 channel speakers and the “we’re not ready for ...

CES, Geeky Gizmos, Innovation

Brain-reading headband Muse may shame Google Glass

Better muse lead A penny for your thoughts? That phrase could well become redundant if what a Canadian company is contemplating comes true. Why contemplating? Well, it’s 25% there -- reading your thoughts (some of them at least) with a mere plastic band around your forehead. When and if the full potential of the Muse is realised, it will make Google Glass look like a dinosaur from some pre-historic era. Believe me that’s no exaggeration, this brainwave monitoring device has all the capabilities of ...

Microsoft, News, Tablets, Windows

Windows RT rightfully jailbroken

Windows RT was jailbroken earlier this week and now unsigned (read: mostly illegal) ARM applications can run on the maligned OS. Microsoft then hilariously released a press statement saying how the hack is a non-issue, and actually congratulated the hacker on a job well done. "We applaud the ingenuity of the folks who worked this out and the hard work they did to document it. We’ll not guarantee these approaches will be there in future releases.” Now that’s losing in ...


Nvidia Project Shield hands on review: this is gaming’s future

Project Shield The CES 2013 announcement of the Nvidia Project Shield means that PC games finally have a dedicated handheld system, and the idea isn't completely ridiculous. Okay, the controller-based design is a little out there at first glance. But flipping open the screen's protective lid and picking up the gamepad feels natural. It's akin to holding an Xbox 360 controller. There are four individually colored face buttons in the same upper-right quadrant, and four shoulder buttons on top. In fact, the only difference between ...


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