GoodGuide has released the new barcode scanner for the iPhone.
“The GoodGuide iPhone app helps you find safe, healthy, and sustainable products while you shop. With this update, simply scan the barcode of the product and immediately see detailed ratings for health, environment and social responsibility for more than 50,000 products and companies”
Install and shop with your iPhone. Some shops do not allowed camera so please spent a little time to explain to them. More pictures after the break. Read more…
Vanja Mrgan is a Croatian illustrator. The bearded superheroes series is one of his awesome works – Robocop, Hellboy, Batman and more. That reminds me of Italian cartoonist Donald Soffritti. More pictures after the break. Read more…
It is inspired by Air Force One. The BlackforceOne is limited edition of Chevrolet Corvette C6. It is limited to 25 units only. Powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 783hp, boosts from 0-60 in just 3.4 seconds.
It is clearly reminiscent of the legendary Boeing Air Force One of the United States president – doubtless no accident by tuner LOMA-Performance.
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This periodic table of cupcakes is specially made for a chemistry nerd’s birthday party. Each of the cakes is labeled with an element and color-coded by its state of matter.
Instructables is going to show you how to convert a VHS video machine to make toast, and eject it through the cassette slot. Video after the break. Read more…
Remember the Nokia X6? It is now available in selected markets, bundled with the Nokia Comes With Music service. The Nokia X6 comes with an expected price of EUR 450 (before taxes and subsidies).
The Nokia X6 comes with 3.2-inch touchscreen, 32GB of storage, 5.0-megapixel + dual LED flash, TV-out, video editing, A-GPS with Ovi Maps, Full web browser, Flash Lite support and 16 days standby time, 35 hours of music playback.
The Nokia X6 will initially be available in Europe, Eurasia and Middle-East and Africa.
nVidia has released a new affordable graphics card know as the GeForce 205. Built for affordable computers, giving user the basic graphics power. It features 8 CUDA Cores, 589MHz graphics clock, 1402MHz processor clock, 500MHz memory clock, 512MB DDR2 memory support, Microsoft DirectX 10.1, VGA, DisplayPort, DVI, and HDMI via dongle (DVI-HDMI or DP-HDMI). Yeah you can tell its a low-end graphics card through it looks.
RAmos has released the T11TE. It is a portable media player that is powered Telechips TCC8900 processor. It supports most media formats, include H.264, VC-1, XviD, DivX and RMVB video files. It has a 5-inch (800×480) touchscreen display, a Flash-based UI, an HDMI output and a USB port.
This homemade racing simulator was created by Mark Reynold in 2007. Complete with manual gearbox, steering wheel, racing seat and working gauges. Videos after the break. Read more…
QiGi a China-based company has released a SmartBook U1000 mobile Internet device (MID) that is running on Windows Mobile 6.1 OS. It comes with a large 5-inch 16:9 touchscreen LCD with a 480 × 800 pixels resolution, a 624MHz processor and a digital camera. Of course it features a Wifi connectivity. No pricing and availability info at the moment.