iDVM Digital Multimeter

iDVM Digital Multimeter

iDVM Digital Multimeter collects voltage readings on your iDevice, shares them with whoever cares and the iDVM uses an ad hoc wireless network to connect to any iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. The rechargeable battery-powered device can also read your measurements back to you, which should make you feel slightly less lonely while digging around your car’s engine at 3 am and the iDVM starts shipping on June 1st for $220……….

By On May 21, 2011 Respond
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Report: Only 1.6 Million Windows Phone 7 Devices Sold in Q1

Report: Only 1.6 Million Windows Phone 7 Devices Sold in Q1

According to Gartner, Out of 3.6 million Windows-based phones sold in Q1 of 2011, only 1.6 million were Windows Phone 7 models. The figure is based on device sales into consumers pockets rather than device shipments to operators.

By On May 21, 2011 Respond
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100 Million Android Activations

100 Million Android Activations

Google reaches 100 millionth Android activation, 400,000 Android devices activated daily and there are now 200,000 Android applications in the Market which have accumulated a total of 4.5 billion installs……….

By On May 11, 2011 Respond
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HP Launches DataPass

HP Launches DataPass

HP launches DataPass to sell prepaid 3G data plans, service piggybacks on Sprint’s network and it’s the first private label mobile broadband service operating on sprint’s nationwide network.HP has launched a new prepaid mobile data service that is available on select HP EliteBook and ProBook notebooks through the HP DataPass that uses the 3G Sprint network and the service uses Peregrine Network Pay As You Roam technology and does not require a contract of commitment.The no-contract plans start at $5 for a modest 75MB, which HP says is enough for about five hours of use and stretch up to $30 for 1GB and also the service requires a Qualcomm Gobi chip embedded in an HP notebook computer………….

By On May 10, 2011 Respond
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Google Searches Around The Globe

Google Searches Around The Globe

Using WebGL and different color crayons for each language, the coders at Mountain View have put together the above Search Globe, which presents a single day’s worth of Google queries in a beautiful, skyscraper-infused visualization and it will let you twist and turn the model world for a closer exploration of global Google use………

By On May 8, 2011 Respond
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Smartphone Market Grows 79.7% Year Over Year In First Quarter Of 2011

Smartphone Market Grows 79.7% Year Over Year In First Quarter Of 2011

The worldwide smartphone market has grown 79.7% year-over-year with smartphone vendors shipping a total of 99.6 million units in in the first quarter of 2011, market research firm IDC reports and Nokia is still the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer market share, its decline has been amazingly fast.Samsung shipments rise 350 percent and has more than quadrupled its output to 10.8 million shipments in the quarter.The other big gainer is Apple, with 10 million more iPhones shipped, but the truth is that all the top five vendors are showing double-digit growth and IDC has also released data for Western Europe that shows Nokia has lost the top spot both in terms of smartphones…………

By On May 7, 2011 Respond
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Samsung SENS-240 Navigation Tablet

Samsung SENS-240 Navigation Tablet

Samsung introduce the SENS-240, a tablet hybrid which replaces both standalone GPS units as well as in-car navigation units, a unit focused on navigation while also capable of pairing with your current Android smartphone and powered by a 1.43GHz processor capable of rendering high-resolution 3D maps while simultaneously playing both video and audio files on its 7-inch WVGA (800×480 resolution) display. There’s also 256MB of RAM, USB 2.0, a SD card slot, DMB-TV and Bluetooth onboard……….

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Nintendo Next Wii Coming In 2012

Nintendo Next Wii Coming In 2012

Nintendo confirms next Wii coming in 2012, will preview it at E3 and a playable model of which will be shown off at the E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles coming up on June 7th.No details are available as to how the next Wii will improve on the first one and the brief note publicizing the new roadmap also comes with a total of Wii sales accumulated between its launch in ’06 and the end of last month: 86.01 million………..

By On April 25, 2011 Respond
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Double Disk Storage 3D Towers

Double Disk Storage 3D Towers

Researchers in France have found a way to double the storage capacity of magnetic disk drives by constructing 3D towers of information, the team from SPINTEC created these pillars out of bit-patterned media separated magnetic nanodots and each of which carries one bit of data.By layering the dots in specific formations, the team created a multilevel magnetic recording device with an areal density of two bits per dot…………

By On April 24, 2011 Respond
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Apple To Release iOS 4.3.3 / 4.4 To Fix iPhone Location Tracking Bug

Apple To Release iOS 4.3.3 / 4.4 To Fix iPhone Location Tracking Bug

Apple released iOS 4.3.2 a week ago which was supposed to solve the bugs seen in the iDevice especially ipad with the wi-fi issues. The famed Apple critic John Gruber of Daring Fireball believes that the much talked about tracking down of user’s location data on the iPhone is likely an oversight or a bug, which is mostly likely going to be fixed in the next iOS 4.3.3 / 4.4 update.

By On April 22, 2011 Respond
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Rumor: iPad 3 May Come With 2GHz Dual-Core CPU

Rumor: iPad 3 May Come With 2GHz Dual-Core CPU

Samsung, one of the world’s biggest chip manufacturers and a significant Apple supplier, will be pushing out a new, likely ARM-based, 2GHz dual-core processor in the near future. Rumours are circulating that the iPad 3 could come kitted kitted out with the next-generation CPU, with noises emanating from within the industry suggesting that Apple have been spurred on to include the tech by the news that Samsung is planning to bring 2GHz dual-core processors to devices by next year.

By On April 21, 2011 Respond
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Magellan eXplorist Pro 10 GPS Receiver

Magellan eXplorist Pro 10 GPS Receiver

Magellan’s eXplorist Pro 10 does GIS data collection for $700 and makes Google maps green with envy.Magellan’s strength is not only in our innovative developments in GIS/GPS hardware solutions, but our strategic partnerships with some of the world’s leading technology companies and their customers, keeping an accurate GIS database up-to-date can be a challenge. Magellan offers rugged, accurate and affordable GPS hardware solutions for mobile GIS Data Collection…………

By On April 17, 2011 Respond
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GPS On a WiFi iPad 2 Via iPhone Tethering

GPS On a WiFi iPad 2 Via iPhone Tethering

The most exciting features of iOS 4.3 is the addition of the personal hotspot. It allows users to tether their devices to the 3G connection of their iPhone.

By On March 25, 2011 Respond
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NeuroFocus EEG

NeuroFocus EEG

NeuroFocus makes first wireless EEG sensor headset and serves as a stylish and easy way to record your thoughts whilst gazing at logos and lusting after products.Wireless Full-Brain EEG Measurement Headset is company’s breakthrough technology poised to revolutionize the future neuromarketing and this headset is endorsed by leading European Brain-Computer Interaction Consortium………..

By On March 24, 2011 Respond
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Apple Updated iOS 4.2.6 With Bug Fixes for Verizon iPhone 4[Download]

Apple Updated iOS 4.2.6 With Bug Fixes for Verizon iPhone 4[Download]

Apple has just released an update to iOS 4.2.6 with bug fixes for Verizon iPhone 4. The major bug that was been reported is the Personal Hotspot data reporting accuracy. iOS 4.2.6 update has fixed the bug and according to the notes, the Personal Hotspot data usage is now working fine. But in order to use the personal hotspot tethering plan you have to pay $20 USD per month for 2GB data and an additional $20 USD for per GB will be applicable.

By On February 12, 2011 Respond
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