Author Archives: SlashGear Team


Solar lighted cover for Kindle

Solar lighted cover for Kindle

SolarFocus has released the first solar-charged cover for the Kindle e-Reader. As if your Kindle didn't already have great battery life, they've gone ahead and integrated a 1500mAh battery into the case. There is also an LED light that pops out once a button is pressed on the cover.

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Hackers may have compromised source information of RIM, Nokia, & Apple

Hackers may have compromised source information of RIM, Nokia, & Apple

A document was found from a hacking group known as 'The Lords of Dharmaraja' that could compromise important information of RINOA SUR(RIM, NOKIA, and Apple). An image of the document describes RINOA SUR had provided the Indian military with source code information of many software companies. And apparently, RINOA was providing backdoor access for the ability to operate within India.

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Mogees contact microphone brings out the musician in you

Mogees contact microphone brings out the musician in you

Contact microphones turn vibrations into electrical signals, and can then be transcoded into sound waves. This is precisely what the Mogees project does, and it does it well. The gadget can stick to any surface and turn it into your musical playground. There are multiple settings to help produce one's desired sound, but the real key resides in the gestures.

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tyPad Hands On: Quality Does Matter

tyPad Hands On: Quality Does Matter

Accessory Workshop’s products have been on the market, but what stood out above the rest was their tyPad (Generation II) bluetooth keyboard. It includes a substantial leather casing for both the keyboard and your iPad. What’s great is how handy we found it to be after a thorough testing; lets just say that typing up lecture notes is now a feasible task on the iPad.

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Viliv Announces X7 and X10 Android Tablets: Hands On

Viliv Announces X7 and X10 Android Tablets: Hands On

The viliv X series tablets have been announced at this year's CES 2011. They support full HD displays that make viewing movies a much more pleasurable experience. Unsure of where these tablets will land, viliv tablets are completely open to either WiMAX, 3g HSPA, or the EVDO networks. Viliv is trying to work with Sprint to become their carrier for the X7 tablet.

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