September 10, 2009
Finally, FM in an apple! Nano now comes with FM radio built-in as well as a feature called Live Pause. This is similar to time-shifting found in digital video recorders and is achieved by recording live radio once you hit pause, so you can go right back to where you left off.
Another significance is a camera added to the iPod nano. This records video at VGA (640 x 480) resolution in H.264 format.
The new iPod nano will cost S$228 and S$288 for the 8GB and 16GB versions.
Extract from Apple Sg
March 13, 2009
“Nokia 5030 is the company’s first phone with an internal FM radio antenna, which eliminates the need for a headset or external speakers. The one touch FM radio and channel selection keys on the side of the device ensure the product lives up to its XpressRadio name. Placed sideways on the table, the Nokia 5030 doubles as a portable FM radio and is ideal for emerging markets, where people rely on a radio as their main source of entertainment and news. The Nokia 5030 has up to a day of listening time and 10 hours of talk time, which comes to life with the powerful loudspeaker, and is available in two colors – graphite and red. ”
Extract from Nokia Press Release
December 14, 2008
“White Fruit is made of sycamore for its acoustic properties and an LED substrate is hidden beneath the thin surface. The ridges on the top of the radio control volume and station tuning. Simply rub your finger across and watch the LED substrate to see channels change dynamically. The experience is tactile and the fact that the radio is made from high quality wood usually reserved for orchestral string instruments means you get superb sound.”
Extract from Yanko Design
October 3, 2008
Many clocks or radios on one plank which you have to cut off as much as you want to buy, just like a bunch of bananas… Involving the user in production process gives every product a unique and personal final touch. It was awarded at DMY International Design Festival 2008 – Jury’s favourite selection.
Extract from Gogo
August 14, 2008
When I hear the name Bic, cheap pens come to mind. Now Bic, in partnership with the mobile operator Orange, it has just launched a rechargable ‘disposable’ mobile that has been loaded with the SIM card and 60 minutes of talktime, which should be used in up to 2 months.
The design is not all that great (hardware by Alcatel) but what do you expect from a disposable and its main and only functions are to make and receive calls, and listen to radio. It comes in two colors (green lemon and orange) and the number that comes with the unit is valid for only 12 months.
Good when on the run or for that day when you left your phone at home…
Extract from comunicadores
July 6, 2008
Like a precision calliper tool, Aivan Radio lets you find the station you want by sliding the entire radio up and down the scale. Refreshing…
Extract from Yanko Design
February 26, 2008
MagPul FMG-9 prototype folding 9mm Parabellum (9x19mm NATO ) mini / micro-submachine gun utilizes a Glock 17 slide and any factory Glock 9mm magazine, including 30-33-round Glock 18 mags. In it’s closed position, MagPul FMG-9 is designed to look something like a portable radio, and incorporates a detachable tactical white light.
Extract from Defense Review