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CSR Bluetooth Smart jewelry brings wearables to a fashionable place at CES 2014

CSR Bluetooth Smart jewelry brings wearables to a fashionable place at CES 2014

This week we’re to understand that CES 2014’s most popular sort of “new” item is the wearable device - and today CSR is proving that they’re not about to be left in the dust in this category with their first-ever Bluetooth Smart jewelry. Spelled “jewellry” from their end, they’ve got a few suggestions on how the future of wearables is going to be. Speaking with consumers in a survey (of an unknown amount of people, mind you, but who’s counting*), they’ve suggested that 72% of users agree that wearable devices need to look good, while 62% suggest it’s important that any piece of wearable technology fit their own personal style.

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World’s thinnest touch sensitive surface developed by CSR scientists

World’s thinnest touch sensitive surface developed by CSR scientists

Scientists at a company called Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) have developed a very interesting touch sensitive surface the claims to be the world's thinnest. The team the scientists develop a flexible computer keyboard that is as thin as paper and who claim to be capable of transforming any area into a touch sensitive surface. CSR hails the development as the world's thinnest wireless touch surface at only 0.5 mm thick.

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Samsung acquires CSR technologies and patents for $310m

Samsung acquires CSR technologies and patents for $310m

Samsung has today acquired the wireless technology side of CSR’s business. CSR is a UK technology company that deals in single-chip Bluetooth solutions, with Samsung’s $310 million purchase of the phone connectivity technologies allowing the South Korean company to make use of various patents. Around 310 members of staff will also be transferred to Samsung as part of the deal.

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AT&T DOJ transparency report shows 300k+ government data demands

AT&T DOJ transparency report shows 300k+ government data demands

It’s AT&T up next with their transparency report regarding the United States Department of Justice and the amount of demands they’ve been sent over the past year. These demands are of several different varieties, one category for National Security, another for U.S. Criminal & Civil Litigation Demands. While National Security demands are still stuck in the stacks between zero and nine-hundred and ninety-nine, localized crime searching is a bit more specific.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Gamepad Mapper released for all-game compatibility

NVIDIA SHIELD Gamepad Mapper released for all-game compatibility

The NVIDIA SHIELD gaming platform just brought on a whole new level of expansion in both the Android and the PC streaming environments. This week with the release of the newest software update from NVIDIA, the device itself gains not only Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, but the addition of three relatively important features: Console Mode, NVIDIA GameStream (formerly known as PC streaming), and SHIELD Gamepad Mapper. The last of these was not revealed until today - a simple built-in ability to map hardware controls to each game uniquely.

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Nik Wallenda Grand Canyon high-wire walk sets risky record

Nik Wallenda Grand Canyon high-wire walk sets risky record

A daredevil high-wire walk across the Grand Canyon, with no safety net or harness, has set a new world record, with so-called "King of the High Wire" Nick Wallenda taking almost 23 minutes to cross the 1,400 foot wide chasm. Broadcast live on Sunday, the stunt saw Wallenda risk a 1,500 foot plummet as he gingerly walked along the 2-inch thick cable above the Little Colorado River Gorge.

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Vertus wireless stereo music adapters hit Kickstarter

Vertus wireless stereo music adapters hit Kickstarter

There are plenty of Bluetooth speakers on the market today that you can pick if you want to listen to your favorite music without any wires. However, if you already own some speakers that you particularly fond of and you like the idea of being able to turn them from standard speakers into wireless speakers, a new project turned up on Kickstarter allowing just that. The new project is called Vertus.

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AT&T MiFi Liberate mobile hotspot Review

AT&T MiFi Liberate mobile hotspot Review

With the AT&T MiFi Liberate you've got what's straight up the most advanced mobile hotspot on the planet, complete with a full-color touchscreen, microSD card storage, and DLNA connectivity. This machine is unique in its abilities as well as its physical state, it sitting upright like a tiny folded-over book of notes with AT&T's 4G LTE network under the hood. The hardware here was created by Novatel Wireless and the network is all AT&T, and as this is just one of two AT&T hotspots on the market at the moment, you'll find that the few features it hold above the head of its brethren do indeed make it worth the extra few bucks you'll be paying right out the gate.

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