Archos 9 PC Tablet to start shipping this month

December 18, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s now time for some bit of Archos talk. We all know the company had been readying the Archos 9 PC Tablet for a long period of time now and we find that more details are floating around the web in the form of a video. The touchscreen slate is a 1.1GHz Atom Z515 powered […]

ASUS unveils Pine Trail Eee PCs – 1005P and 1005PE

December 17, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Pine Trail is Intel’s upcoming Atom-based low-energy platform which will be used in many of the upcoming netbooks and all-in-one PCs. Some specifications of Asus’s upcoming EeePC models based on the Pine Trail platform has come out due to a few premature retailer listings. These are the ASUS EeePC 1005P and 1005PE both having a […]

Sony to Rival Microsoft and Nintendo With the PS3 Wand

December 17, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

John Koller, head of Sony’s US marketing department, made a very courageous announcement today – quoting his own words, “[the] PS3 wand will be king!” The company seems to be quite confident in their ability to outperform Nintendo and even Microsoft with their Project Natal in the fight for the top spot on the motion […]

AT&T Now Offers the LG eXpo

December 17, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

AT&T are now offering the first handset in their line to use the Snapdragon CPU – the LG eXpo. The phone uses Windows Mobile for its OS, and features a 3.2″ touchscreen display running at a 800×480 resolution, 1 GHz processor, quad-band GSM support as well as tri-band UMTS/HSDPA, and a camera that shoots at […]

Motorola MILESTONE Firmware Hacked into a Motorola DROID

December 17, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

There’s a pretty active modding community surrounding the Android-related devices, and they’ve just done something impressive yet again – they’ve taken the firmware from the Motorola MILESTONE, and successfully transferred and installed it on a Motorola DROID.

Apple Patent Technology to Control Your Computer with Your Head

December 17, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Apple have just patented yet another invention. This one allows you to control your computer “hands-free” – that is, by moving your head. If it sounds weird, a look at the picture above should give you a vague idea of the concept – the device translates your head’s movements into a computer-simulated 3D space, creating […]

Sprint Users Getting Error 2112, Network Outage Blocking SMS Messages

December 17, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Those of you who’re using Sprint should be aware that the operator is experiencing some technical difficulties right now, and if you’re expecting an important SMS message by someone who’s using Sprint’s services, you should that person right away – you likely won’t receive their message otherwise.

Google Nexus One launch likely by first week of January 2010

December 17, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There is one technology major just waiting impatiently for the dawn of 2010. Any guesses? Google, indeed. Even as 2009 is racing toward close, the company is believed to be looking forward to the sunrise of 2010 to do something that nobody would dare do. Yes, it seems like the Nexus One would be the […]

Motorola Enzo backflip handset images leaked

December 17, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola’s new upcoming backflip handset, believed to be the Enzo, is now doing the rounds on web pages in the formed of leaked images. We get to gather that the backflip device is fast readying itself for debut. The latest leaked images endorse this belief. The smartphone would come armed with a 3.1-inch display that […]

WIND Mobile launches in Canada

December 16, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Finally, Canada has a new wireless carrier … WIND. The Canadian cellular market has been monopolised by three main providers, Rogers, TELUS and Bell, and they have mainly concentrated a lot on milking out maximum profit. Canadians have been getting some really bad and expensive options and I think WIND may be give them a […]

Hands-On Review of the Entourage Edge

December 16, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Ina Fried from CNET has just done a hands-on review of the Entourage Edge. A controlled demonstration by the device’s developers can never compare to such a review, so we were naturally excited to watch it. The device has two displays – one of them is a 9.7″ E-Ink display, and the other a 10″ […]

AAXA Unveils the M1 and M1 Plus Micro-Projectors

December 16, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Two new projectors by AAXA have been revealed recently, bearing the names “AAXA M1 Micro-Projector” and “AAXA M1 Plus Micro-Projector”. The devices are a bit big to be classified as pico projectors, so they’re given micro-projector titles instead.

Google Nexus One specs out in the open

December 16, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nexus One has been grabbing headline space right from the moment someone told us all that Google has given a new phone to its employees so that they can test it over the holidays. However, no employee has come forward and given us the specs, as yet. Hackers now managed to let out a list […]

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