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Garmin GPSMAP 62 series updates a geocaching icon

Garmin GPSMAP 62 series updates a geocaching icon

Garmin has taken the wraps off of their GPSMAP 62 series, an update to the popular GPSMAP 60 series.  The new GPS handheld has a 2.6-inch sunlight-readable LCD display, high-sensitivity chipset with quad helix antenna, and up to 20hrs battery life; three variants will be on offer, ranging from the basic GPSMAP 62 with worldwide shaded-relief mapping, the GPSMAP 62s with a 3-axis tilt-compensated electronic compass, a barometric altimeter and wireless connectivity, and the GPSMAP 62st with preloaded 100K topographic maps for the entire US.

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Alienware M11x Review

Alienware M11x Review

It's usually pretty straightforward: an 11.6-inch notebook will deliver battery life but lack grunt, while a larger machine is more likely to pack performance at the expense of liberty from a power point. The Alienware M11x promises to change all that; while it may have the diminutive dimensions of a CULV notebook, its overclocked processor and switchable discrete graphics claim to make it a gamer's machine where longevity is a choice. Is the M11x really the best of both worlds? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Volvo S60 possesses intelligent ‘Pedestrian Detection’ technology, brakes automatically [Video]

Volvo S60 possesses intelligent ‘Pedestrian Detection’ technology, brakes automatically [Video]

Volvo’s long-awaited S60 sedan is equipped with something intriguing and potentially disaster-averting; a newly announced “Pedestrian Detection” system with full automatic braking technology, which can sense pedestrians who are in the car’s way, warn the driver - and automatically apply full braking power if the driver does not respond in time.  Check out the cam-recorded feed after the break.

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Android Motorola MOTOSPLIT to have dynamic dual-sliding touchscreen QWERTY?

Android Motorola MOTOSPLIT to have dynamic dual-sliding touchscreen QWERTY?

Over at Android Community they've acquired a leaked image and some information about the rumored Motorola MOTOSPLIT, the distinctive Android smartphone expected to arrive on AT&T come Q3 2010.  According to the source, the MOTOSPLIT's QWERTY 'board can actually be a numeric keypad or indeed any layout; that's because it uses touch-sensitive monochrome displays for keys, which can dynamically change to suit use.

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