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Samsung Dive remotely locks, wipes your Wave, Galaxy S for free

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2010

You need to be prepared in case you lose your phone. To that end, Samsung has introduced its Samsung Dive feature which is an extension of Mobile Tracker, helping users lock or wipe the phone in the event of a theft or loss.

You can also receive notifications online when the SIM card is taken out and replaced with a new one, or get the phone’s location sent to you at the same time. Sadly, the tracking feature will not be enabled in all countries due to legal and security reasons, but it will help some of us.

Uemis Zurich scuba dive assistant with OLED display

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Uemis Zurich scuba dive assistant with OLED displayWhether you live the life of James Bond or Lara Croft, you may occasionally find yourself underwater, scuba diving. From Swiss company Uemis comes this computer with colored OLED display. The Uemis Zurich diver assistant supports 10.000:1 contrast ratio in a colored display, has intuitive menu control, and 5-way navigation with three non-slip slide controls.

The scuba driver assistant can be connected to a PC via USB and the myUemis can also be synchronized in a similar manner. It also has a tank pressure sensor which transmits the tank pressure to the SDA uemis Zurich. The wristbands are available in three different sizes, in case you have an odd wrist.

Four-Legged Wetsuits make pets hate you

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2008

Four-Legged Wetsuits make pets hate youCats don’t like water, but dogs aren’t too thrilled with it either. That’s why someone invented this wet suit for dogs. Small ones, like Chihuahas. It’s for when you want to force your dog in the water and make it look like an idiot at the same time. The outfit comes complete with flippers, goggles and a tank. I can easily see Paris Hilton dressing up Tinkerbell in this gear.

The doggy wet suit was featured as part of a Philippine fashion show and was worn by Mondex, the scuba dog. I don’t think they’ve actually tested it on dogs yet, but I could be wrong. If I know humans, one will be available very soon for the rich.