We take a look at the Sidekick and ScreenKlean from Lenspen. They make products meant to remove fingerprints from iPads, tablets, laptops, DSLR cameras and Smartphones. Check out the video for all the details. [LENSPEN]...Read More
Th Vaja ivolution Top has raised the bar when it comes to a leather executive case for your iPhone. Vaja brings you hand-made leather cases for not only your iPhone, but laptops, cell phones and even a PSP. Thir cases take 45 days to make from scratch and offer only the best in quality leather. If you are looking for an exclusive iPhone case, customized to order, Vaja is who you turn to.
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We just saw the release of the new MacBooks and now, analyst, Neil Mawston of Strategy Analytics, believes that Apple will incorporate 3G into their line of notebooks. “Bigger-screen or smaller-screen laptops with integrated cellular radios are a logical next step for Apple – and others” is what Neil Mawston had to say.
Toshiba has shown us a new technology that allows you to recharge your battery to 90% capacity in just 10 minutes. The battery dubbed SCiB or "Super Charge ion Battery" is not yet available, but certainly could revolutionize the way we use our laptops and if it progresses, it could change the electric vehicle. The possibilities are quite great and if battery life is at least that of current Lithium ion batteries then this technology could lead to a much brighter future.
IBM has come up with a method to develop a 22nm chip, thus reducing power and size. IBM made the announcement today about its techniques and innovations to produce the chip. The process is not fully explained and probably due to pending patents, but their plan is to make the chip widely available for all.
Multitouch Oy now has a demo of its HD multitouch display. The display allows multitouch and reacts very quickly as you can see from the video. The idea of multitouch is not a new one, but has yet become widely available other than on portable devices like laptops and the iPhone.
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Thanks to some people over at Engadget, we now have details of Sprint’s new WiMax Xohm service. The speed is said to be a very respectable 2-4 Mbps. The service is without a contract unlike many other on the go internet solutions. The site says that the service is on "Your Terms" and you can pay by day or month with no cancellation fee. This is all sounding too good to be true and it may be depending on price and coverage.Read More
A few weeks back Apple pulled Nullriver’s Netshare app from the iPhone app store. This application allowed the use of the iPhone’s internet connection to be used to surf from a connected computer. Today there is speculation that Apple could be releasing their own tethering app. There were many a complaint about the removel of this app as there are many who would have purchased it. Supposedly Steve Jobs himself (still alive) chose to respond to these complaints, writing: "We agree, and are discussing it with AT&T."
ZPower is a company which will provide Silver-Zinc batteries for all your portable needs. The company said they were demoing the technology at the 2008 Intel Developer Forum. "According to the company, Silver-Zinc can offer up to 40% more runtime than today’s batteries." The contents of the batteries are said to be more stable than lithium-ion which will hopefully result in far less explosions and fires caused by lithium-ion.Read More
Intel is working on wireless recharging for gadgets, laptops, etc. The idea would be to have your gadget near the charging point but you would not need any ac adapter. Intel states "it can broadcast up to 60 watts of power two to three feet with only a 25% loss." Hopefully in a couple years we will be charging everything universally via wireless. Check out the full story for the details.