Archive for Aug 28, 2009

Nokia E52 and E55 Review

Nokia E52 and E55 Review

Nokia World is just around the corner, and the tech world is already gaping at some of the company's more unusual devices.  SlashGear, though, have already been living with some of the Finnish company's more mainstream handsets, those which will probably sell far more than flagships like the N900, in the shape of the Eseries E52 and E55.  Differentiated primarily by an unusual, half-QWERTY keyboard on the E55, they both promise lengthy battery life and smartphone strengths in a compact form-factor.  Check out our full review after the cut.

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Medion Akoya “The Touch” X9613 touchscreen all-in-one [Video]

Medion Akoya “The Touch” X9613 touchscreen all-in-one [Video]

Medion have unveiled a new all-in-one PC, the oddly named Akoya "The Touch" X9613.  Based around a 24-inch multitouch-capable touchscreen, rather than stuff the X9613 full of nettop components Medion have taken the far more sensible route and used Intel's 2.0GHz Core 2 Quad Q9000 CPU with 4GB of RAM, NVIDIA's GeForce GT 240M graphics card and a Blu-ray drive.  Newgadgets were on hand to grab a live demo video, which you can see after the cut.

Video demo after the cut

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Sunno S880 packs both Android and WinMo, borrows Idou style

Sunno S880 packs both Android and WinMo, borrows Idou style

We're accommodating, understanding sorts here at SlashGear, and so we'll let slide the fact that Sunno's S880 looks in no minor way like Sony Ericsson's Idou smartphone.  Instead we'll concentrate on the fact that the Chinese company is claiming that the S880 will dual-boot between Android and Windows Mobile, each OS sharing the handset's capacious 3.6-inch WVGA display.

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Apple forces devs to kill key feature in some apps

Apple forces devs to kill key feature in some apps

Some days I wonder if Steve Jobs isn’t the face hiding under Darth Vader's mask. Apparently, Apple has decided to force developers to remove a key function in some apps, after they originally approved the apps and allowed them to be sold.

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Nokia N900 available for pre-order in Germany and Italy

Nokia N900 available for pre-order in Germany and Italy

We have talked about the Nokia N900 a few times already and we know most of the details of the device. The N900 will be the first Nokia mobile phone to run Maemo, which is Linux derived. I can say that the N900 is the first Nokia handset that I have found particularly appealing in a long time.

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New rumor has Apple working on 13 and 15-inch tablets

New rumor has Apple working on 13 and 15-inch tablets

I am sort of Mac agnostic, I don't love the company and I don't hate them. I had a MacBook once and ran Windows on it more than I did Mac OS so I sold it. I love me some iPhone though and couldn’t imagine giving mine up. I am very intrigued by the Apple tablet rumors and I have been hoping for a cool tablet running Mac OS X to try out.

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Okoro AX100 media PC with built-in amp debuts

Okoro AX100 media PC with built-in amp debuts

Technophiles that like their digital media know setting up a media PC can be difficult and can take up lots of space. Typically, with your media PC you will need the PC itself and an external amp of some kind to get good sound quality.

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PCmover for Windows 7 detailed

PCmover for Windows 7 detailed

There are lots of computer users out there who are eagerly awaiting Windows 7. Some computer users are looking to jump the Vista ship as soon as Windows 7 is in their hands. The most difficult part of upgrading the OS of your computer for some is getting all their files and information transferred to the new machine.

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Things are looking up for Intel and the computer industry

Things are looking up for Intel and the computer industry

You don’t have to look deeply at the numbers for Dell, HP, and other major computer makers to get an idea of how well the PC industry is doing in the current economic climate. We can look at things like CPU sales and GPU shipments to get a good broad overview of how well the market is doing since every computer sold no matter the brand has a CPU and a GPU inside.

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Eye-Fi updates software allowing all its products to support Snow Leopard

Eye-Fi updates software allowing all its products to support Snow Leopard

I am not a fan of social networking, but my wife is always on Facebook uploading pictures and what not. The problem for me is that no matter how many times I show her how to upload photos, she forgets each time. I think it may be a wife scam to get me to do the uploads for her.

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Tritton offers new exclusive headphones at Best Buy

Tritton offers new exclusive headphones at Best Buy

Tritton and Best Buy seem to be spending more and more time in bed together. The two firms announced this month that Tritton external graphics cards would be available at Best Buy and now the two are teaming up for exclusive headphones.

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EyeClops Night Vision 2.0 Goggles ready for the holidays

EyeClops Night Vision 2.0 Goggles ready for the holidays

Kids today have it really good when it comes to sweet toys and gadgets. Back in my day, if we wanted to see in the dark we had to open our eyes really wide or go old school and get a flashlight. Today kids can get their own inexpensive night vision goggles.

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