Archive for Mar 31, 2011

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer at Best Buy Soon for $400

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer at Best Buy Soon for $400

After having looked at this lovely new Android tablet in person yesterday, it connecting nicely to its keyboard bottom and hosting a nearly final build of Android 3.0 Honeycomb, we're quite excited to see it popping on on Best Buy for a mere $400. One of the contention points for recent Android tablet announcements has indeed been the price, prices inevitably compared to Apple's $500 wifi-only iPad trumping most of the competition, but here we've got a possible price competitor!

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Apple 3D camera patent application promises quality boost

Apple 3D camera patent application promises quality boost

With 3D the Next Big Thing in mobile devices, it comes as little surprise that Apple should be considering the technology, at least as far as patents are concerned. A new Apple patent application, "Systems and Methods for an Imaging System using Multiple Image Sensors" has been spotted, describing using separate luma, chroma and depth/distance sensors to more accurately create 3D pictures and video.

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HTC April 12 Event: Pyramid or Honeycomb tablets?

HTC April 12 Event: Pyramid or Honeycomb tablets?

HTC had no shortage of new devices at CTIA 2011 last week - the HTC EVO 3D being perhaps the highlight - but there's still more to come. The company's UK arm has just sent out invites to a press event on April 12 to "see what's next" in the HTC pipeline.

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mSpot Music adds 5GB of online storage

mSpot Music adds 5GB of online storage

With Amazon unveiling its Cloud Player music service recently, mSpot has felt the need to add a new and important feature to keep up. mSpot has now announced that it is offering users of its music service 5GB of online storage space.

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Netbook Navigator NAV7 Slate PC Tablet hits pre-order

Netbook Navigator NAV7 Slate PC Tablet hits pre-order

If you like the idea of a tablet, but you have been waiting for a tablet to surface with Windows 7 onboard so you can use some of your apps from your notebook or PC a new options is here. The NAV7 Slate PC running Windows 7 has turned up and is now available for pre-order. The tablet runs Windows 7 and has lots of features that sound more like a netbook than a tablet.

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HTC Flyer official video hits YouTube

HTC Flyer official video hits YouTube

HTC has offered up the official video for the HTC Flyer Android tablet on YouTube. The tablet looks pretty cool and one of the coolest features is the stylus that lets you write on anything on your screen and lets you draw right on the tablet as well.

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Adobe shows off Photoshop for iPad

Adobe shows off Photoshop for iPad

If you are a fan of the iPad tablet and have used some of the less powerful photo editing apps on your tablet before you will like this. Adobe has shown off a real Photoshop app for the iPad at its Photoshop world symposium. The new app promises to allow you a much better photo editing experience and lots more.

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IntelliGuard Systems adds flash storage to RAVENAlert

IntelliGuard Systems adds flash storage to RAVENAlert

There have been some high profile and tragic shootings on college campuses and many schools are taking to technology to alert students when there are emergency issues. Some campuses are using a system called RAVENAlert from IntelliGuard Systems to warn people when emergencies arise.

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Harry Winston Opus Eleven looks awesome

Harry Winston Opus Eleven looks awesome

I can really appreciate how good designer watches look. I would never buy one though. Geeks don’t really wear watches today. This is perhaps the most awesome watch ever and it is called the Harry Windows Opus Eleven. It reminds me more than a little of Mickey Mouse though.

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iPad accounted for $9.566B out of $9.6B in tablet sales in 2010

iPad accounted for $9.566B out of $9.6B in tablet sales in 2010

I have an original iPad and I really like it, I can certainly see why the tablet did so well on the market. Take into account that for much of 2010 it was the only media tablet on the market and you can see why the numbers for tablet sales in 2010 were so lopsided. According to numbers released by Gartner, the iPad accounted for almost every bit of the tablet sales last year.

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Verizon 2011 roadmap leaks showing the way to new Android gear

Verizon 2011 roadmap leaks showing the way to new Android gear

Verizon Wireless' roadmap for 2011 has leaked on that map are a bunch of X's marking a hoard of new Android devices that are inbound for the network. The Casio Commando is one of the Android devices on the map. It is a rugged smartphone that will be welcome by field workers and those that tend to not take good care of their gear.

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Apple offers up new OS X Lion build for devs

Apple offers up new OS X Lion build for devs

If you are an Apple fan, you have undoubtedly heard at this point that the focus of WWDC this year will supposedly not be hardware but the OS X Lion operating system for Macs and iOS for the iPhone and iPad. Apparently, the first version of Lion that was offered up for devs to check out had a lot of bugs in it. Apple is also said to consider this new build to be a GM1 revision.

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