Say hello to Goojje, a Chinese search engine that looks remarkably like one we've seen before. It launched on January 14, and yes, it's filtered for less flavor.
Ain't it always the way? Just when you think you're the owner of the world's biggest yacht, an even larger one appears out of nowhere? (Well, I say nowhere, I really mean Belgium, where boat designers Emocean hail from.)
A few days before Crimbo last year, Blam posted on the news that Virgin boss Richard Branson was getting into deep water. Well, we've now got a render of the hydrobatic Necker Nymph, as it's been named.
As well as measuring an object's distance, speed and direction, you can adjust the volume on the cellphone's music player - even when it's in your pocket, or covered by an object. The researchers, from Aalto University, wanted to really ramp up the speed, testing it out on a bike, but apparently there was too much…
Long, long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I was a sucker for Battlestar Galactica (while these days I merely mix my sci-fi metaphors. Boldly.) Anyway, Earth's twin is due to be discovered this year - says Michael Mayor.
So, una buncha de architectos have inventados a heat-resistant glue for erecciones, have they? (My real Spanish is pretty damn good, I'm just playing to the gallery, you understand.) Well, why am I not surprised it's a Spanish invention?
It may be lagging three inches behind Panasonic's big telleh, but Mitsubishi's whopping great screen is OLED. Or should that be ZOLED? It was unveiled at ISE 2010, with Number 6 and Boomer dressy-likeys lending a hand.
I'm not just sure how practical this is, but ION has just announced details of its iType keyboard, a full-sized, battery-operated keyboard. Available in the second quarter of 2010, there's no price as yet. Or whether it's wireless or not. [Slashgear]
San Andreas fault fans, there's a new TED in town. The United States Geological Survey has developed the Twitter Earthquake Detection project, in an attempt to improve its handling of those natural disasters when they hit across the U.S.
Digital photo frames? Errrrrrrrm, MEH. Casio's Digital Art Frame, however, I could almost write a QVC script for. It takes your own digital photos and transforms them into paintings - well, it turns them into digital images with special effects.
Razer, the firm that brings us all those high-end gaming peripherals, has made its first foray into the Xbox market with a couple of add-ons. The Onza controller and Chimaera pro gaming headset will be available later this year.
Clue: It's not the world champion Conker player's special box. There's a clue in those last two words, though.
Those clever people at Sigma have just announced the arrival of NeoVue, a wireless streaming platform that will let you watch stuff from your small-screened gizmo (laptop, phone) on a bigger-screened gizmo (telly.) Yay! [Wireless Developer's Journal]
Yesterday, Obama's Chief Technology Officer went to Vegas to hang out with Blam, Chen, Frooch, et al. And what did he get from Consumer Electronics Association head honcho? Not a request for POTUS's cell number, but a bollocking.
President Sarkozy, that small man with the excellent peripheral - wife Carla Bruni - could be going for the Internet giants in order to claw back some of the revenue he claims that creatives are losing through piracy.