Technology can be a double-edged sword when it comes to kids. Of course, you want your child to grow up understanding and being able to utilize a computer, but at the same time, you don't want them exposed to things they are too young to understand or that are inappropriate. That's where the PeeWee Pivot Tablet Laptop comes into play.
Amimon have announced a pair of new wireless HD chip, the AMN 2120/2220, which are capable of carrying an uncompressed 1080p 60Hz high-definition video stream up to 100ft, even if there are walls in-between. The transmitter/receiver pair use the WHDI standard, rated up to an equivalent of 3Gbps.
The Motorola Calgary, renders of which leaked back in December 2008, is to be Verizon Wireless' first Android handset. That's the word from the Boy Genius' tipsters, who have also given an update on two axed devices from that original leak as well as a new luxury phone called Rolex.
Further details on the Windows XP Mode to be included in Windows 7 have emerged, suggesting that use of the Virtual PC legacy environment may be trickier than simply buying the Professional, Ultimate or Enterprise versions of the new OS. Instead, Windows XP Mode will require at least 2GB of RAM, plus a CPU that supports chip-level virtualization.
Another next-gen PSP rumor, and this time a new mockup image. Sony are still remaining quiet on talk of a replacement to their gaming handheld, but 1UP has been talking to "sources directly involved with the new system" who lend further weight to the talk that UMD is to be replaced with flash storage, in this case 8GB or 16GB.
Touch of Color was always too slick to be restricted to Samsung's TV ranges, and the company obviously agrees: the new Samsung SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 camcorders get the glossy red accents across their slickly-curved casings. Announced today, the pair each have Hyper Image Stabilization, 2.7-inch flip-out 230,000 pixel displays, and Samsung's Active Angle Lens which allows for a "more relaxed" shooting angle.