57 Results for

lilliputian

Article

Intel plugs into portable fuel cell maker Lilliputian

Trying to succeed where others have not, Lilliputian gets Intel as investor and partner for miniature fuel cell designed to charge smartphones and other small gadgets.

By November 16, 2010

Article

Lilliputian cannon packs serious firepower

There's enough firepower here to shatter an egg, a glass mug, and numerous objects to devastating effect. See what having too much free time on one's hands will cook up?

By May 12, 2010

Article

Lilliputian readies fuel-cell gadget charger

Company raises more venture money to develop its butane-powered fuel-cell charger for consumer electronics. Can they displace rechargeable batteries?

By April 3, 2009

Article

A mouse that Lilliputians would appreciate

It looks way too tiny to use comfortably by humans.

By May 23, 2008

Article

Combo mouse-game controller for Lilliputians

It's tiny and probably useless.

By February 8, 2008

Article

JVC GZ-MG505: Lilliputian dream ninja

Bored by big camcorders? Wish that you could pack ungodly amounts of video footage into a small camcorder that fits in your monocle pocket?

By July 27, 2006

Article

Dell XPS M1210: Lilliputian powerhouse

Small laptops are weak and feeble, right? Wrong. The Dell XPS M1210 is tiny but can wipe the floor with many larger laptops

By July 11, 2006

Article

Two weeks of smartphone charging in your pocket

Brookstone will carry a portable fuel cell USB charger from Lilliputian Systems able to deliver extended hours of charge time for smartphones and other electronics.

By May 8, 2012

Article

Get a 3M pocket projector for $149.99 shipped

The Lilliputian MPro110 cost $359 when it burst on the scene late last year, but now you can pick up a refurbished unit for considerably less. It's gadget-tastic!

By October 12, 2009

Article

MobilBLU goes full-size in gesture of love

Still hunting for the ultimate Valentine's gift? Here's an offering to pique your lover's interest: a full-size MP3 player from the formerly Lilliputian MobiBLU

By February 13, 2006