RIM’s BlackBerry Storm will try to better the interface of the iPhone as well as emulate it, a pair of leaks show. A BGR scoop shows that the cellphone maker’s first touch device will still include a copy-and-paste function despite the absence of typical controls; a multi-touch input lets users tap the ends of text [...]
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Today the company announced the MSI Wind U100 Netbook will be sold in several Best Buy locations across the country in order to introduce the notebook to more people, and meet the needs of buyers who don’t want to purchase the netbook online. Even better, is the fact that you can compare both the Acer [...]
Sometimes the mere notion of being “number two” can light a motivational fire under your keister. Look at some famous folks who, despite being considered numero dos, went on to dominate their respective fields and even eclipse their predecessors: A pupil of Socrates, Plato opted not to go the hemlock-chugging route and instead helped lay [...]
Netbook market has additional player, the Samsung with its new NC10 just joined the game, so who’s next? It seems most of major player has joined the party. T he NC10 runs XP and comes with 10.2-inch screen, 80-160GB hdd, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth, and Ethernet support. Weighing at 1.33kg, this netbook also equipped with 1.3MP [...]
Available from Chinavasion.com for $365.53, the CVSL-112 Projection phone is perfect for meeting or just for fun. It works on GSM 900MHz, 1800MHz, or 1900MHz networks and able to project everything on its screen to the wall at 640×480 pixel resolution. Other common features include touchscreen functionality, WAP and Bluetooth support, MP3 and MP4 player. [...]
Garmin announced today that its Team Garmin Edge 705 cycling computer is now available. The device has an orange case inspired by team Garmin-Chipotle uniforms. The computer offers wireless unit-to-unit connectivity, GPS, heart rate, speed, cadence, altitude, and gradient on the same display.
Quite a surprising premiere is waiting just round the bend. It is Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH that presents its latest gadget. Shuttle Mini PC D10 will be unveiled at this weekend but only for Japanese market. Unfortunately there is no clear word about when and where else D10 will be available to buy. But there [...]
This is the Life Wall by Panasonic. An extremely thin 150′ TV that does amazing things. It has face recognition so that it recognizes the face(s) that watch it and adjusts the display or program to that person’s preferences automatically. How about having a TV that will move with you as you walk around the [...]
Tuesday unveiled the first cellphone that runs Google Inc.’s Android software, a device packed with features that include an advanced Web browser and a number of Google services to spur wider use of the Internet on phones. The device, which is called the G1 and carries the Google brand on the back, resembles other smartphones [...]
Research in Motion Ltd., the maker of BlackBerry phones, is set to reveal today a phone that folds in half, a departure from the slab-like design that has defined its products. The long-rumored phone will be called the BlackBerry Pearl Flip and will be available from T-Mobile USA and with overseas carriers later this year, [...]
Apple earlier today unleashed iTunes 8, the newest version of its media player application. iTunes 8 gives you a fresh way to browse your music, improved accessibility for the vision-impaired, and a new automatic playlist-generation feature dubbed Genius. Judging from my test-drive of iTunes 8, the new features are useful, but none are particularly groundbreaking, [...]
Combining sizzling performance with a sophisticated design, Sony today introduced a new line of ultra-portable PCs the VAIO(R) SR Series notebook. Constructed of lightweight, durable magnesium alloy, the SR notebooks are available in five striking colors night black, sunset pink, glossy pink, classic silver and glossy silver. “This notebook is a dream come true for [...]