Author: shilpa

  • World’s first cloned dog Lancey meets his family

    World’s first cloned dog Lancey meets his family

    The world’s first commercially cloned dog has been introduced. Lancey, a Labrador was delivered to its owners and Florida residents Edgar and Nina Otto. The Ottos had lost their pet Sir Lancelot to cancer in January last year and had stored his DNA. They were one of five selected to clone their family pet when…

  • Lenovo’s Thinkvision L2440p 24 is the winning green monitor

    Lenovo’s Thinkvision L2440p 24 is the winning green monitor

    The first thing a new inventor has to keep in mind is to start inventing things like their forefathers did – with shorter names. For instance, Lenovo has now introduced this extremely environmental friendly, nature-loving monitor. What is it called? Thinkvision L2440p 24 inch widescreen monitor. By the time you end it, the salesman could…

  • Becker Ferrari Traffic Assist Pro Z250 launched

    Becker Ferrari Traffic Assist Pro Z250 launched

    A brand new option in the Ferrari is going to give the super car a bigger boost to cravings. Or maybe not, but they have got a new option anyway. Its called the Ferrari Traffic Assist Pro Z250 co-designed by Germany’s Becker. The new gadget has all the options of the older GPS model with…

  • Sture Pallarp X-Ray lamps to light your room

    Sture Pallarp X-Ray lamps to light your room

    Are you obsessed with your bones? You can then wrap it around a frame and keep a light underneath. Or make a lamp out of it. Sture Pallarp, a company interested in having crazy innovations, has introduced this crazy idea. If anyone buys this lamp, there is something seriously wrong with his or her mental…

  • Pepsi sued over condom inside bottle

    Pepsi sued over condom inside bottle

    Next time, watch what you drink. You could be savouring a beverage that may be contaminated with alien objects like rubber. And I mean the second meaning. One thirsty fellow named Sudesh Sharma bought two bottles of Pepsi in 2003. He fell sick afterwards and had to go to the hospital. Little did he know…

  • MobiBLU introduces A10/UFO MP3s

    MobiBLU introduces A10/UFO MP3s

    MobiBLU has introduced its new range of MP3s. It is called the A10 and is shaped in the form of a UFO. It is an MP3 player with a Bluetooth speaker/headset and comes in 2, 4 or 8GB packages. Its battery life is 15 hours with headphones and 5 hours through speakers. This player is…

  • Tiny Personal Guard Alarm to kill with a 120db siren

    Tiny Personal Guard Alarm to kill with a 120db siren

    The next time if someone acts funny with you taking a stroll in a relatively empty park or walking back home after a late night party, you don’t have to do the screening for help. The Tiny Personal Guard Alarm will do it by just the pulling a string that will detach a metal pin…

  • Dubai has a chrome-finished Mercedes C63

    Dubai has a chrome-finished Mercedes C63

    The Middle East will be one of the few nations that are not as affected with the global financial crisis as did most of the major economies in the world. That is because they just have too much money and sometimes more than they can manage. For instance last year sometime a particular five-star hotel…

  • Samsung mobile and SRS signs multi-year contract

    Samsung mobile and SRS signs multi-year contract

    Sound technology guru SRS and electronics giant Samsung’s mobile division have signed a multi-year and multi-technology agreement. This means that in the future you can expect a load of improvements and new technologies in your Samsung mobiles’ its video and music applications along with clear and crisp communication in noisy environment. Let’s hope the latter…

  • Tactile Music giving music for the deaf

    Tactile Music giving music for the deaf

    A new concept has been created – tactile music, for people who have the misfortune of listening to anything. They have come up with an idea where people who are deaf can now relate to some music without actually listening to it. It is a process that deals with pulses of rhythm being delivered from…