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iHome iW1 AirPlay Rechargeable Speaker System Now Available

iHome iW1 AirPlay Rechargeable Speaker System Now Available

There are a plethora of speaker options available on the market, but only one system promises to deliver a portable and rechargeable speaker with AirPlay enabled and iHome iW1 AirPlay wireless audio system finally available now. The iW1 is a portable speaker system that uses AirPlay wireless audio streaming technology, enabling music lovers to play their favorite tunes anywhere with a home Wi-Fi network, it can receive music from Wi-Fi connected sources like iTunes and iDevices. According to the company, a quick trip to an Apple Store, Best Buy or Crutchfield should let you snag one and the latter’s site won’t have any until November 3rd………………….

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Warpia StreamHD Value Edition Brings Wireless PC-to-TV Content Streaming

Warpia StreamHD Value Edition Brings Wireless PC-to-TV Content Streaming

Warpia’s StreamHD Value Edition does wireless USB to HDMI on the cheap and the Warpia StreamHD Value Edition will cost $40 less, which clearly places it at $140 a pop now, and while forking out more than a Benjamin might not be considered to be cheap, it is still easier on your bank account than the non-Value Edition version. There is also an HDMI cable in the package to further save you more money, but your ears will miss out on 5.1 surround sound, S/PDIF out and the only kind of audio supported over HDMI would be stereo…………………….

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HP Will Keep Personal Systems Group (PSG)

HP Will Keep Personal Systems Group (PSG)

HP has decided to retain its Personal Systems Group (PSG), reversing former CEO Leo Apotheker’s plan to exit the PC business and Meg Whitman wants Hewlett-Packard Co. to sell personal computers after all, a dramatic about-face by the H-P chief executive only five weeks into the latest chapter of her sweeping career. Spinning off the PSG would have cost HP a one-time cost of between $300 and $400 million and the decision had been initiated to try and shift HP over to a post-PC era mode, something along the lines of IBM, which saw major success in shifting out of the consumer PC business and over to consulting and enterprise services………………….

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Motorola Pro+ 4G For Bell Canada

Motorola Pro+ 4G For Bell Canada

Motorola has announced their Pro+ 4G for Bell Canada, the enterprise-ready smartphone will make its North American debut on November 7th, bringing the power of a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 3.1-inch 640×480 display and the 4G of its name refers to HSPA+ connectivity with a theoretical limit of 14.4 Mbps. The device measures in at 62 x 119.50 x 11.65mm and weighs 130g and is powered by a 1550mAh battery which offers up to 6.5 hours of talktime and 9.5 days in standby and it’ll sell for $349.95, but there’s no word on whether subsidies will apply for long-term contracts……………………….

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Dell Latitude St Business Tablet Now Official

Dell Latitude St Business Tablet Now Official

Dell has announced a Windows-based tablet for business customers, focused on security and manageability through integration with existing IT infrastructures, which is the Dell Latitude ST, available from 1 November, is based on an Intel Atom processor and runs Windows 7, rather than Android on which some rival tablet devices are based. The new tablet is powered by a 1.5GHz Atom Z670 processor, features 2GB of DDR2 RAM. 128 GB of SSD should help in speedy boot-ups and load times and the device is compatible with VMware and Citrix virtualization. An upgrade to the tablet-friendly Windows 8 isn’t currently in the cards, though the company says that it will release Windows 8 tablets at some point and Dell didn’t mention a price, but considering HP’s Slate 500 tablet competes in the same (small) market, expect an MSRP below $1000………………..

By On October 27, 2011 Respond
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Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry Smartphone

Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry Smartphone

RIM has released the Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry smartphone, which has a legendary motor vehicle maker’s name attached to it and it is pretty much a dressed-up Bold 9900 with a dressed-up price tag to match. The Porsche Design P’9981 runs BlackBerry OS 7 with an exclusive Porsche Design UI and has a sculpted QWERTY keyboard, in addition to a hand-wrapped leather back cover. It boasting a 1.2GHz processor, HD video recording capabilities, 8GB of onboard memory, Liquid Graphics technology, a microSD expansion slot and an inbuilt NFC module…………………..

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Maingear And Origin PC Announces Intel Core i7 High-End Gaming Desktops

Maingear And Origin PC Announces Intel Core i7 High-End Gaming Desktops

Maingear And Origin PC Announces Maingear and Origin PC shove Intel’s Core i7 2700K into gaming rigs, overclock it beyond 5GHz and Intel’s i7-2700K is the giant chip maker’s fastest chip based on its own Sandy Bridge architecture. Maingear’s shoving this guy into its SHIFT (starting at $1,985) and F131 (starting at $1,228) rigs with factory overclocking options pushing it beyond 5GHz and Origin is hawking its Genesis desktop with a factory speed of 5.2GHz……………………

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Sony To Buy Out Ericsson Share

Sony To Buy Out Ericsson Share

Sony has bought out Ericsson’s stake in Sony Ericsson, giving the Japanese company sole control over the smartphone manufacturer and the deal, worth €1.05bn ($1.47bn) in cash to Ericsson, will see Sony bring the smartphone business in under its networked consumer electronics umbrella. Although Sony Ericsson didn’t make much of an impact in the smartphone market, its latest Android based devices have managed to grab some attention and the announcement comes just a day after Nokia launched its first Windows Phone handsets, so we might be looking at the start of a Scandinavian phone renaissance……………………

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AT&T U-Verse TV Wireless Receiver

AT&T U-Verse TV Wireless Receiver

AT&T has introduced a device that lets its U-verse TV customers move the boob tube to rooms that don’t have a television outlet and AT&T U-verse subscribers won’t have to go through the hassle of having their entire home re-wired with coaxial cable when they sign up for the pay TV service. AT&T U-verse ustomers can order the new wireless receiver, which can be placed anywhere throughout the home or even outside, as long as it’s within Wi-Fi range and TVs hooked up to the wireless receivers will get all the same features that are available through more traditional wired set-top boxes, such as access to on-demand titles and whole-home DVR functionality. AT&T’s new wireless receivers are available for a one-time fee of $49, plus a $7 per month receiver rental fee……………….

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No-Contract H2O Broadband For Best Buy

No-Contract H2O Broadband For Best Buy

H2O Wireless brings no-contract wireless broadband with international roaming to Best Buy and outside of picking up a rental MiFi or procuring a local SIM card from well-appointed international airports, your options for Facebooking, Google Mapping and VoIPing whilst abroad are limited. he Worldwide Wireless Internet on-the-go package includes the USB device and H2O Broadband SIM card for $99.99 and you’ll need a $30 international roaming data card in order to get ten megabytes of international data……………..

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Nokia Announces Asha Lineup

Nokia Announces Asha Lineup

Nokia announced a new lineup of mobile phones at its Nokia World 2011 conference and it is calling them Asha and the lineup consists of four phones that will be taking their place between feature phones and smartphones and will be targeted at emerging economies. All four Asha devices are made of polycarbonate and come with a Nokia Browser, which is powered by the cloud and compresses data by up to 90 percent, saving users from racking up excessive charges and the new phones eature the instant-messaging program WhatsApp, which is also largely unknown in the US, but is hugely popular in the developing world………………….

By On October 26, 2011 Respond
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Droid RAZR To Start Pre-Orders

Droid RAZR To Start Pre-Orders

Verizon has officially announced the availability of the Motorola Droid RAZR and according to Verizon, for those interested in getting their hands on the device, they will be able to start pre-ordering it tomorrow and also and the devices will start shipping no later than 10th of November. The Droid RAZR will set you back $299.99 on a two year contract with Verizon and for those who forgot, the Droid RAZR will pack a 1.2GHz processor under the hood, an 8MP camera with 1080p HD video recording capabilities, a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display, Android’s Gingerbread 2.3…………..

By On October 26, 2011 Respond
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World-First Smartphone Mirroring Infotainment System

World-First Smartphone Mirroring Infotainment System

Toyota introduces Touch Life smartphone mirroring system, your Prius and iPhone can become one, which can mirror the phone’s display on its 7-inch touchscreen for access to navigation, music or social networking services. Nokia owners can connect their Symbian Belle devices by way of MirrorLink, developed by the Car Connectivity Consortium and iPhone & iPod owners will have to install Application Launcher in order to sync up with the infotainment system. Toyota promises features and smartphones will continue to be added……………

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Freescale Joins ARM Cortex-M4 And Cortex-A5 cores

Freescale Joins ARM Cortex-M4 And Cortex-A5 cores

Freescale is planning to use the same trick, but you won’t find its asymmetrical CPUs in your next tablet or smartphone, which marries a Cortex M4 to a Cortex A5, isn’t meant to compete with the latest Snapdragon and the two ARM cores are analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, programmable timers, on-chip memory, flexible memory interfaces, high-speed communication interfaces and security. These chips will find homes in factories and in-dash infotainment systems which have increasingly sophisticated UIs, software development tools will land before this quarter is out and the first batch of silicon will be announced in Q1 of 2012………………

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Nokia Announces Lumia 800 And Lumia 710 Windows Phone

Nokia Announces Lumia 800 And Lumia 710 Windows Phone

The flagship device Nokia is counting on to bring a smile to our phone-loving faces, a sigh of relief to its shareholders and a twinkle to the eyes of Finnish tax collectors everywhere, this leaked handset might just live up to our high expectations. Nokia will announce the Lumia 800 and the Lumia 710 during its Nokia World event and the Lumia 800 was originally leaked as the SeaRay. Dubbed the first real Windows Phone, this device is sculpted from the same 12.1mm (0.48-inch) thick of piece of durable polycarbonate plastic and Nokia Lumia 710 will have a 3.7 inch LCD screen and a 5 megapixel camera………………….

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