Gyration 2.4GHz Air Mouse with MotionSense @ $9.99 AR

December 28, 2009, By Thomas Antony

What the heck is an air mouse? Well, it is a mouse that you can wave around in the air , that is, it doesn’t require a surface or a mousepad and they usually cost a hefty $50+. Of course, you would be crazy to spend that much on a mouse just so you can […]

Google Chrome OS Netbook specced

December 28, 2009, By Thomas Antony

We recently got a glimpse at Google’s new upcoming Chrome operating sysem that apparently runs “on the cloud” and hence will require much less in terms of processing power. Hence it is obviously a good choice for low power systems such as netbooks. Now according to IBTimes, the official specsheet of such a device is […]

Palm webOS 1.3.5 update dated for Today

December 28, 2009, By Atul Roach

If you’ve visited the Sprint support website today, what you might have noticed is that the much anticipated webOS 1.3.5 update is arriving today i.e on December 28. The predictions of the update arriving shortly were therefore correct and we can hope for the Palm Pre and Pixi handsets to perform better in the near […]

T-Mobile G1 to get an Android firmware update shortly

December 28, 2009, By Atul Roach

Remember the T-Mobile G1? Before you go bonkers, I better call it the HTC Dream, the first smart phone to get the Google Android platform. It was indeed the smartphone that blossomed the Android flower but since that advent, T-Mobile has left the G1 in the corner running Android 1.6. Hence why news about a […]

Intel, Nintendo Readying a New Gaming Console

December 28, 2009, By Atul Roach

Nintendo’s Wii gaming console was once a rage and the world wanted it but with the development of the likes of the Xbox 360 and the Play Station 3, the sales of the seventh-generation console have dipped heavily. Nintendo is seeking a revival of sorts and the best possible way to get those sales numbers […]

No Electronics on Domestic and International US Flights

December 28, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Due to the recent incident in which a passenger attempted to blow up an airplane with an explosive concealed in his lower body, security measures have been tightened to an almost extreme level. New regulations are in place for US travellers, and unless you want to experience unpleasant surprises, you should familiarize yourself with them.

AT&T Online Stores Not Selling iPhones in New York City?

December 28, 2009, By Atul Roach

The exclusive AT&T deal with Apple to sell the iPhones across the country is far from over and it is no big secret that the contract has a modest chance of being renewed. Considering that there is still time left for the contract to get over, it is intriguing to know that the Apple Online […]

Yahoo! Sports Playoff Calculator Can Predict the League’s Outcome

December 28, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Yahoo’s Sports NFL Playoff Scenario Generator is a popular tool used by many sports fans to predict the outcome of the NFL league. The tool has already proven to be highly accurate and very useful, and if you haven’t heard of it, perhaps you may have seen it mentioned as the Yahoo Sports Playoff Calculator.

USB3.0 powered DisplayLink products coming in 2010

December 26, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Right now, the most popular ways of connecting any device that uses video data is by HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, and to a lesser extent, using D-SUB ( VGA ). But come next year, the most “universal” connectivity port, the USB itself, may give them a run for their money. The DisplayLink is a protocol with […]

ASUS Eee Pad to Feature NVidia Tegra

December 25, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Asus originally manufactured their Eee PC netbooks with Atom processors only. Recently, they’ve began to expand their horizons and are now offering alternative setups, featuring ATI and AMD hardware.

Samsung’s Upcoming CL80 Camera has Wi-Fi Support

December 25, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Cameras with Wi-Fi support are becoming more and more popular nowadays, but they’re still far and inbetween. Nevertheless, Samsung are about to make an addition to the Wi-Fi camera market, and it looks like it’ll be quite an impressive one.

Team on DeviceMAG Wishes You a Merry Christmas

December 24, 2009, By Alex Ion

No matter if you’re on the old continent, in Japan or the Americas, the team here on DeviceMAG — Radimir, Sanjeev, Thomas and yours truly, would like to wish you a very happy Christmas with your loved ones. Cherish every moment!

Nvidia ION 2 coming up with PineTrail in Q1 2010

December 24, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Nvidia’s Ion platform has been a very popular low power chipset which combines Intel’s Atom processor with a GeForce 9400M GPU. It helped overcome the seriously lacking graphics capabilities of Intel’s own GPUs. With its 1080p capability and small form factor, the Ion platform has been the base for many portable devices such as nettops […]

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