Video: BlackBerry Curve 9300 caught in the wild
The BlackBerry Curve 9300 has once again been caught outside of RIM HQ, and this time Vietnamese site Mainguyen have managed to grab a whole 7-and-a-bit's worth of the new handset on video. Rather than reveal any new features,…
RIM launch BlackBerry 6 OS – Video
After a month's worth of leaks, RIM have officially launched the BlackBerry 6 OS. Check the video above to see what all the fuss is about. It's a pretty substantial update. There's inevitably a greater focus on social-networking than…
BlackBerry OS 6.0 leaks
If the iPhone 4G furore this week has left you BlackBerry aficionados feeling a little unloved this week, relax; you've got your own leak too, in the shape of BlackBerry OS 6.0. Plenty of new features and UI changes have…
s-Jays from Jays Headphones – in-ear noise isolators with added bass
Jays Headphones, from Sweden, is currently shouting about its s-Jays headphones. I was quite a big fan of the c-Jays that I tested out recently (video coming soon), but those were over-the-head, whereas these are noise isolating in-ears.
They’ve got some technology that Jays is calling SIREN, which is a tubeless, round balanced armature, promising a good dynamic range and decent bass, which can be rare on cheap earbuds.
They come with plenty of accessories, including a splitter, embiggener, and an airline adaptor, as well as a nice carrycase. They’ll set you back £60, and are available right now. Looks like a decent upgrade if you’re currently running a cheap pair of earphones.
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Better put your clothes on! British Transport Police owns a $60,000 flying video-enabled robot!
Good to see our taxes are going towards worthy things, like supplying the British Transport Police with one of these $60,000 r/c flying robots.
Apparently the theft of metal on our British railways is a huge problem, so the Transport Police use these expensive Microdrones to target the thieves – with the bots’ squirting water at the perps. It’s…