A look at the mechanical calculators that people used in the old days. It sure does have gone a long way since these calculators look bulky and simplistic.
Check out more of ancient mechanical calculators with 4 more pics after the jump.
Source: Total Mania
Apple is opening the iPhone DSK to developers and this is an early demonstration by Sega of Super Monkey Ball on the iPhone. No keys are used and the monkey is controlled by tilting the device which opens up new gameplay elements of player interaction similar to the Wii.
The most expensive iPhone (Princess Plus) has a price tag of USD176,400 and is created by Austrian luxury designer and jeweler Peter Aloisson. There are 319 diamonds with 138 Princess cut (where the name of the iPhone was derived) and 180 brilliant cut. There is a total of 17.75 carats of diamond set in 18k white gold around its rim. The first customer is a Russian businessman who preordered it in October 2007. A lesser priced iPhone with only the brilliant cut diamonds can be purchased at a more modest price of USD66,150.
Check out 2 more pics of the world most expensive iPhone after the jump.
Source: Luxury Launches
The ultimate PC build using three Dell 2007fp LCD screens combined for a desktop resolution of 4800 x 12000 and two 256MB XFX 7600GT Fatal1ty PCI-E video cards were used. The CPU is a Core 2 Duo E4300 and ram used was 2x1Gb Corsair DDR2 PC5300.
More of the Tri-Monitor PC build with 5 more pics after the jump.
Source: 13 Amp
Cool gadget designed by Tom Lawton that uses wind powered outdoor light. The wind blows from any direction the Firewinder spins and creates cool visual effect. The Firewinder was in development for six years and currently the gadget is patented and available for preorder.
6 more pics of the Firewinder in action after the jump.
Source: Tom Lawton