Olympus E-P2 starts shipping to stores, sans fanfare

December 9, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It has been an oh-so quiet affair, and we wonder why. We see no reason as to why Olympus has resorted to do a silent roll out of its cool E-P2 towards the shipping counters. OK, in case you too didn’t know, Olympus has begun shipping of its much-anticipated E-P2 camera without none too many […]

Nokia 6700 Classic Gold Edition, bathed in 18 carats, to arrive in Q1 of 2010

December 9, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Nokia 6700 Classic Gold Edition is grabbing headlines at the moment. The newly introduced handset is all gold and no wonder it’s in the news so much. Being dubbed a classic showpiece, the Nokia 6700 Classic Gold Edition takes off from the Finnish maker’s most popular earlier product christened Nokia 6700 Classic.

iPhone Finally Gets Live Broadcasting via Usteam’s New App

December 9, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Every smartphone except the iPhone was capable of broadcasting live video until now. Qik was an acceptable workaround for the problem, but the broadcasts were delayed and the program was only compatible with Wi-Fi for quite a long time. Ustream have just released their Live Broadcaster app at the App Store, and now iPhone users […]

Brando Reveals USB Wristband Charger

December 9, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Brando have just released another device which can find a lot of uses, but may also take away some of your appeal while you’re using it. The USB wristband charger goes on your wrist, as you may expect, and uses a USB port to charge any device you plug in.

Motorola Milestone (Droid) on Sale in the UK Right Now

December 8, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

The Motorola Milestone, which is essentially the UK’s version of the Motorola Droid , has been released on the UK market today. Expansys is the only retailer offering the device for now, and the good news is that it’s not only distributed with a T-Mobile contract, but you can buy one without a SIM card […]

PSP Minis to be Available on the PlayStation 3 Soon

December 8, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

The “minis” – small, very cheap games which are currently downloadable for the PSP – will soon be made available on the PS3 as well, according to Sony Computer Entertainment, who’ve revealed this when unveiling the latest update to the PS3’s firmware, version 3.15. The update should be released very soon and will be optional, […]

Blizzard updates WoW with 3.3 patch

December 8, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Another update has come out for Blizzard Entertainment’s World of WarCraft MMORPG. The patch notes for the 3.3 patch has appeared on the WoW servers and it has created quite a buzz in the gaming world. The patch is scheduled to hit the servers from today and is all set to add several new features […]

HTC Bravo is Actually the Passion – Expected Around January 2010

December 8, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

HTC’s roadmap for 2010 was recently leaked, and it contained information about a few models. One of them is the Bravo, which, when compared to the HTC Passion, is almost identical in every way. The Bravo will be the Passion’s version for the European market. The rumors floating around about the device’s release date may […]

JVC Introduces the Smallest and Lightest Camcoder, GZ-HD620

December 8, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Just one week ago JVC introduced the three new Everio models, after showing nothing for about half a year. Today, they revealed the Everio GZ-HD620, and it’s currently the smallest and lightest HDD camcoder in the entire world. The camera weighs only 270g, and uses a 120 GB hard drive. It can record 1080p videos, […]

Seagate to Offer World’s First 7mm-thin 2.5″ HDD for Slim Laptops

December 8, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Seagate are working on an ultra-thin hard drive meant to be used in small netbooks. The disk drive is only seven millimeters thin, and it’s part of Seagate’s Momentus Thin line of hard drives, which should be lined at CES in January. This advancement is quite remarkable, considering the current 2.5″ disks don’t go below […]

Nissan V2G Youthmobile 2030 charms judges at LA Auto Show Design Challenge

December 8, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Los Angeles Auto Show has seen a slew of out of the world concepts that could hit the tarmac at a later stage. One which stood out was the ‘Youthmobile 2030’ from the Nissan stables. Part of this year’s Design Challenge, the Nissan Youthmobile 2030  born out of the Nissan V2G concept has been […]

BlackBerry Tour2 (Essex) smartphone, labeled 9650, now on eBay

December 7, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

eBay is now featuring the brand new BlackBerry Tour, or the Tour2 as it is called now. The handheld that had been generating much interest even before unveiling, has got a new number too with the company officially labeling it as the 9650.   

AT&T Mark the Spot app to help users submit complaints on service

December 7, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AT&T is going the extra mile to make sure that it stays on top of customers’ minds. If you are an AT&T customer and have a complaint, the people at AT&T are more than willing to sort it out as soon as possible. The carrier has now launched an app, christened Mark the Spot, to […]

JooJoo, Fusion Garage’s version of CrunchPad, to debut on December 11

December 7, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Remember Michael Arrington’s attempt at CrunchPad, which subsequently got aborted? Fusion Garage has now done that and it seems a successful bid. The new Internet pad that has been showcased by Fusion Garage is called the JooJoo and has the capability to boot up in 9 seconds.

Free HTC Droid Eris (Verizon) from Wirefly

December 7, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Wirefly just raised the bar for amazing deals, offering the HTC Droid Eris absolutely free for customers of Verizon – this includes newcomers, as well. The device normally costs $200 through Wirefly or $99.99 from Amazon, so if this deal doesn’t seem like a good offer to you, nothing ever will. If you’ve ever needed […]

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