Archive for Jul 28, 2010

AT&T calls dibs on Premier Windows Phone 7 vendor title

AT&T calls dibs on Premier Windows Phone 7 vendor title

Last week we mentioned that AT&T had reportedly ordered up about eight million Windows Phone 7 handsets. That is a lot of handsets given that the track record for Microsoft in the smartphone market has been not that great of late and the flaming disaster that was the Kin is still fresh on everyone's minds.

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HP updates EliteBook 8740W with new NVIDIA GPU

HP updates EliteBook 8740W with new NVIDIA GPU

HP has updated that cool EliteBook 8740W notebook computer that we talked about before with a new GPU offering from NVIDIA. The new GPU option is the NVIDIA Quadro FX5000M.

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Sharp LR388G9 chip supports dual screen mobile devices

Sharp LR388G9 chip supports dual screen mobile devices

We have all seen the concepts and products that have two screens rather than a screen and a keyboard. There have been several of them turn up over the last several months. Sharp has developed a new chip called the LR388G9 that might make these dual screen concepts a reality.

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BlueAnt Q2 Bluetooth headset now available

BlueAnt Q2 Bluetooth headset now available

BlueAnt has a bunch of Bluetooth headsets and hands free kits that it has been offering for a long time. I have played with a bunch of the firms gear over the years and the stuff is typically top notch. BlueAnt has announced the availability of its latest Bluetooth headset called the Q2.

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Super Talent unveils new UltraDrive MX dual interface SSD

Super Talent unveils new UltraDrive MX dual interface SSD

Super Talent has unveiled a new SSD that has a unique feature. The SSD is called the UltraDrive MX and has a new dual interface that allows the SSD to connect to a computer via either SATA II or mini-USB.

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Apple Magic Trackpad and multi-touch trackpad gets update 1.0

Apple Magic Trackpad and multi-touch trackpad gets update 1.0

Apple unveiled its new Magic Trackpad yesterday. The $70 accessory adds a trackpad that supports gestures to your desktop similar to the multi-touch gesture trackpads that are on MacBooks. Apple has announced a new update for the Magic Trackpad and trackpad on MacBook machines called update 1.0.

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HDC-SDX1 is world’s lightest full HD consumer camcorder that doubles as video chat webcam

HDC-SDX1 is world’s lightest full HD consumer camcorder that doubles as video chat webcam

Panasonic has pulled the wraps off another new camcorder that can act as a webcam and records video in full HD resolution. The company claims that the HDC-SDX1 is the world's lightest consumer camcorder that has full HD resolution and can be used as a webcam for video chat.

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Compact Panasonic HM-TA1 Camcorder is a HD camcorder and webcam in one

Compact Panasonic HM-TA1 Camcorder is a HD camcorder and webcam in one

Panasonic is on a roll today with all sorts of new gear that it is unveiling for the first time. The company has a new camcorder that records full HD resolution video in 1920 x 1080 glory when you are on the go and can be used as a webcam at home.

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Panasonic announces new 3D lens for Lumix G Micro System

Panasonic announces new 3D lens for Lumix G Micro System

The Panasonic Lumix G series of micro four thirds cameras are very cool little cameras. The G series camera shoots images with the quality of a DSLR and the interchangeable lenses minus the mirror box and much of the bulk of a DSLR.

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Panasonic unveils new BDT100 full HD 3D Blu-ray player

Panasonic unveils new BDT100 full HD 3D Blu-ray player

Panasonic has announced the addition of a new full 3D HD video player to its lineup. The new player is the DMP-BDT100. The BDT100 will be available in August with no word on pricing at this time.

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Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D camcorder official: $1,400 in October

Panasonic HDC-SDT750 3D camcorder official: $1,400 in October

Panasonic has made good on its promise to unveil a consumer-level 3D camcorder - though we did catch a glimpse of it on Monday - and the HDC-SDT750 certainly looks interesting.  In effect a regular Full HD camcorder with a new, image-splitting lens attachment, the SDT750 can shoot 960 x 1080 resolution 3D footage, or - with the lens taken off - 1080/60p HD 2D footage.

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Dell Streak $550 price posted then pulled

Dell Streak $550 price posted then pulled

Looks like whoever's running Dell's servers needs to drink less coffee.  After first announcing that the 5-inch Dell Streak Android tablet would go on sale today - and then telling us that it was a mistake caused by some "site tests"  - the company then revealed pricing in a new blog post, only to yank that.  Unfortunately, once something is out on the internet it's tough to get it back in, and so we now have a pretty good idea that the Streak will cost $549.99 from Dell themselves, unlocked and contract-free, or $299.99 from AT&T with a new, two-year agreement.

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