Archive for the ‘cell phones’ Category

Absolutely Bananas

A ninjas gotta have props and weapons, you know what I mean?AA The large majority of us have bluetooth phones in our katana blades or what have you, but this is an equally appealing option.AA The hack is now available for ninjas, known for their enjoyment of bananas,AAto concealAAtheir bluetooth utilities inside of a fake banana.AA This should make you incogninja in even the grimiest dojos.

Banana hackingAAripped shamelessly from the pages ofAAEngadget Mobile


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Posted: August 29th, 2006
at 9:26am by black octagons

Categories: web,cell phones

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Yo bra, hit me with two tigers so I can cop some nkauza for my cheri…

just chatting with my cheri

Say what? With the cellphone industry picking up steam in developing countries, new languages are emerging.

A Yahoo News article focuses on the lingo that is being created in Africa.

"MTN, Africa’s biggest cell phone operator, has published a dictionary of SMS lingo and is launching a campaign to teach poorer South Africans how to text message."

In related news, texting seems to be improving students’ grammar skills!

Yahoo News

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Posted: August 4th, 2006
at 5:45am by Black Ock

Categories: life,cell phones,business,language

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Cell Phone Disco Fever!

cell phone tango

Cell Phone Disco is an installation of light-up cells, with a series of sensors and LEDs in each cell.AA The sensors detect electromagnetic radiation from cell phones and respond accordingly. No, they don’t cop bluetooth headsets, they light up in one of two manners:

Part one of the installation senses the electromagnetic waves and lights up an "aura" around the phone. Part two is a wall of LEDs that are slightly less sensitive. When a cellAA phone is held clos to the wall, the LEDs near it light up, officially becoming the world’s first cell phone drawing board.

cell phone disco


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Posted: August 3rd, 2006
at 9:57pm by Black Ock

Categories: myninjaplease,art,cell phones

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Juggling Callers


LG have partnered with DMC and have introduced a new phone aimed at DJs…AAAA

"You’ll notice the scrollwheel on the left, which acts in a similar way to that on an iPod. The menu is arranged in a circle, to optimise this. It also allows you to make silly scratching noises over any track you play on the inbuilt MP3 player, just one of the ‘proper DJ’ effects you can mess around with."

Article Via: Techdigest


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Posted: July 21st, 2006
at 3:33pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: music,cell phones

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I thought my phone was a bit on the expensive side ’til I heard about this $1.3 million phone.


"The phone retailing for 1.3 million dollars, comes in white and pink gold with 50 diamonds embedded into the cover, including 10 blue diamonds - and comes in a pink gold case with diamonds.

The manufacturers uses powerful encryption technology to provide added security. The level of encryption they are talking about they claim will provide secure protection of information against kidnapping, technological blackmail, financial racketeers and corrupted state officials."

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Posted: July 19th, 2006
at 3:08am by Black Ock

Categories: bling,cell phones

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Roll-up keyboard for those tactical missions where your smart phone or PDA just won’t cut it…

When performing high-speed aerial maneuvers or dodging torrential sheets of arrows, your handheld device’s keyboard might be the perfect weapon, but on remote reconnaissance missions in the field, the bluetooth-enabled Eleksen fabric keyboard provides much-needed flexibility.

"The washable wireless fabric keyboar contains a 63-key Qwerty layout, and can be rolled up to form a compact bundle measuring just 48 by 126 by 32mm when not in use."


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Posted: July 18th, 2006
at 7:17pm by Black Ock

Categories: apple,cell phones

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