Take the action right inside your home. The Little League World Series 2008 is now available for Wii.
With controls that will take you into a realistic mode, and a variety of gaming modes, this game is a great delight for both kids and kids at heart.
Okay, Touch screens arenâ€™t new, not even on phones. But wait: Thereâ€™s something different about the NeoNode N2. This fully touch-screen wireless phone is designed to work with sweeping gestures from your thumb and finger. This one-handed touch screen phone replaces the hunt-and-peck touch screen technique with a more ergonomic Infrared grid. The grid detects â€œsignatureâ€ motions of the thumb and finger, and translates these motions into commands.
Everyone loves Sony Technology. Anyone born in or around the eighties had a Walkman (Which, by the way, is now a phone). But what has Sony done for us lately? Well, lots. Think Blu-ray. Now stop thinking blue and start thinking OLED. Thatâ€™s Organic Light Emitting Diode. What does that mean? Itâ€™s a new form of display that promises to knock the pants of current LCD and Plasma units.
Even though Apple products get their own show every year, CES 2008 is Las Vegas was literally inundated with products for the Apple iPod. Whether you want to use your iPod as a clock, radio, or just want to walk around your house using your iPhone like a regular phone, there was something for everyone. TigerTV host Nikki was on the scene and got to sample some of the great iPod accessories that were dreamed up by the showâ€™s participants. Check it out!
Portable Printers: The words bring to mind the laughable image of someone struggling to fit an inkjet into an overhead storage bin on an airplane. But Planon has been innovating portability into the stuff we never think of as get-up-and-go material for a while, and this year at CES 2008 our TigerTV host Logan got a look at the next thing in ultra-portable Printers: The PrintStik.
Attention Frequent Fliers: The TSA rules regarding the batteries you can bring with you on an airplane are changing as of January 1st, 2008.
It has to do with the content of Lithium in your rechargeable batteries. Here are some of the dos and donâ€™ts being rolled out for this New Year in Air Travel.