Archive for August, 2011

DirecTV Nomad device rumored to stream movies and TV to mobile devices

DirecTV Nomad device rumored to stream movies and TV to mobile devices

If you are a DirecTV subscriber, a new gadget might be on the way that will liberate all of that content you have on your DVR at home and allow you to watch it from mobile devices. The box is rumored to be called the Nomad. There has been no official announcement of the device at this point from DirecTV. The existence of the device surfaced on a teaser page spied on the DirecTV website simply noting it was coming soon.

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Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale packs a serious punch

Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale packs a serious punch

In the world of Italian exotic sports cars, a few names stick in my mind. Those names are Ferrari, Maserati, and Lamborghini. All three have a penchant for producing some seriously fast cars. Compared to Ferrari and Lamborghini, Maserati often has almost as much focus on luxury as performance. Maserati has a new version of its sweet GranTurismo sports car called the GranTurismo MC Stradale.

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iPhone 5 dual mode device shows up in usage logs

iPhone 5 dual mode device shows up in usage logs

There has been a huge amount of rumors swirling around the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4S. Several rumors point to the launch of the device in October, but we still know nothing concrete on the launch date. New reports are coming in that the iPhone 5 dual mode is showing up in usage logs. According to reports, the listing for a device believed to be the iPhone 5 showing two different sets of mobile country codes and mobile network codes used to identify mobile carriers has been showing up in the logs.

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LG to show off new Roboking VR6180VMC robotic vacuum with cameras and smartphone control at IFA 2011

LG to show off new Roboking VR6180VMC robotic vacuum with cameras and smartphone control at IFA 2011

LG will show off a cool new robotic vacuum cleaner at IFA 2011 called the Roboking VR680VMNC. It remains me more than a little of the Toshiba robot vacuum that I talked about a few days ago. The LG offering has three cameras and a host of sensors that help it to navigate your home and clean things up. The coolest thing is that the LG Roboking vacuum can be controlled remotely.

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WiFi Certification for Samsung GT-I9220 Super AMOLED HD smartphone spied

WiFi Certification for Samsung GT-I9220 Super AMOLED HD smartphone spied

There was a photo floating around earlier this month that was originally said to be the Samsung GT-I9220 smartphone. That photo was later shown to be of a different device and that could have raised doubts in the minds of some as to whether or not the Samsung smartphone actually existed. The GT-I9220 does exist and as of yesterday, the smartphone had its WiFi certification.

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Ken Block’s Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle gets sync tech

Ken Block’s Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle gets sync tech

Ken Block is the master of hoon, the art of driving fast in small spaces. Block is the guy laying waste to tires and varied locations in the Gymkhana video series. The best of the videos all was the last one Gymkhana Four. It's hard to beat gorillas, flames, and sharks all in one video laced with awesome driving. Ford has announced that block's awesome Fiesta has gained Ford sync tech inside.

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Epson offers new app for direct printing from Android smartphones and tablets

Epson offers new app for direct printing from Android smartphones and tablets

Epson has offered an app for iOS devices called PrintJinni for almost a year now to allow the smartphone user to print photos and other items using the smartphone. Epson has now announced that it has a new app on the Android Market that will allow the Android smartphone or tablet user to print directly from their device as well. The Android app is the called Android iPrint.

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Active Media Products unveils SaberTooth M1 Mini SATA SSD

Active Media Products unveils SaberTooth M1 Mini SATA SSD

Active Media Products has a ton of SSDs for all sorts of products and uses that are in its SaberTooth line. The last of the products we talked about was the SaberTooth ZF SSD that was aimed at use in small notebooks and other devices. Active Media Products has rolled out another new SSD in the series called the SaberTooth M1. This storage drive is very small and made to slip into an mSATA port.

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