In December of 2009, we talked about the AAXA M1 micro projector with its paltry 66 lumens of brightness and $359 price tag. The thing was a bit larger than some of the small pico projectors on the market when it debuted. AAXA has announced that pre-orders are being taken on the next version of the M1.
I think that most of us tend to expect rocket science to be used on things like rockets. The science behind the tech has many other applications that have nothing to do with rockets and space travel. A good example is a team of engineers who have applied rocket science to treating wastewater.
HTC in the grand scheme of things in the smartphone world hasn't been offering handsets under its own brand here in the US for that long. The company started out making handsets that were branded by other firms and then started selling directly under its own name.
A while back, I mentioned that 4400 buyers of the Chevy Volt extended range electric vehicle would have the chance to get a free residential charger. One of the chargers that will be available to those early buyers comes from Coulomb Technologies. The company has announced that its residential home charging station is now available to purchase.
We've been keeping an eye on the Apple Store all morning, and sure enough it's been taken offline for "updating". There's been no shortage of rumors and leaks regarding what we can expect to see lining the shelves later on today, but most likely are updates for the Mac Pro and iMac.
Virgin Media has made a bold promise in the UK of offering 100Mbps broadband speeds to half the homes in the UK by the middle of 2011. To facilitate this goal Virgin Media has announced a new innovative fiber optic broadband network has been deployed to a Welsh village called Crumlin, Caerphilly.
With Canada one of the seventeen additional countries set to get the iPhone 4 this coming Friday, Apple has confirmed that eager buyers won't actually have to sign a contract in order to pick up the fourth-generation smartphone. Instead, alongside Bell, Rogers and TELUS handsets, Apple will be offering the iPhone 4 unlocked and SIM-free, as they have been doing in the UK. Unfortunately, the downside is the expense.