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Ten One Design unveils Pogo Stylus for iPhone 4 with cool new clip

Ten One Design unveils Pogo Stylus for iPhone 4 with cool new clip

Ten One Design unveiled its Pogo Stylus back not long after the original iPhone came out. There were many folks that wanted a stylus with the touchscreen, but your average stylus won't work with the iPhone. Ten One designed a stylus that will work with any iPhone or the iPad and the company is now unveiling the latest version of the pogo Stylus with a special clip designed specifically for use with the iPhone 4.

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Ten One Design unveils Pogo Sketch Pro capacitive stylus that thinks it’s a paintbrush

Ten One Design unveils Pogo Sketch Pro capacitive stylus that thinks it’s a paintbrush

There are a several applications on the iPad and iPhone that allow the user to draw on images and to create original drawings using the touchscreen devices. Ten One design has offered a case with an attached iPad capacitive stylus before. The company is now back with a new capacitive stylus that is designed to be like a paintbrush for artists that like to draw digitally. The stylus is called the Pogo Sketch Pro.

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Inklet gives new MacBook’s Force Touch a Wacom-like feature

Inklet gives new MacBook’s Force Touch a Wacom-like feature

Apple's introduction of its oddly-named "Force Touch" technology on its new MacBook's touchpad might seem a bit eccentric to some, especially those that really don't have much fine control over how hard they tap or press on a trackpad. There are some, however, who are only too happy to capitalize on the technology to improve, and sell, their own products. One of those is Inklet, whose admittedly interesting invention turns your MacBook's touchpad into a makeshift Wacom tablet. Just on a smaller scale and with slightly less features.

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Dell Mini 3i gets unboxed

Dell Mini 3i gets unboxed

Dell's Mini 3i may only have been official for a few hours, but already the first unboxing is upon us.  PConline have taken the glossy Android smartphone from box to bench, and there are a few surprises to be had; firstly, Dell have ignored the swathe of popular opinion and not bothered including a 3.5mm headphones jack, and secondly they'd dropped a stylus into the box.

HP pre-empts iPad Pro with Android and a screaming pen

HP pre-empts iPad Pro with Android and a screaming pen

Apple may be rumored to launch an iPad Pro with a special stylus, but HP has got there first with its latest Android tablets, the HP Pro Slate 8 and Pro Slate 12, packing a pen that uses sound not touch. Offered in both 7.9- and 12.3-inch sizes, the new tablets run Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 2.3GHz quadcore processor and are targeted at business users, particularly those who might want to digitize handwritten notes and sketches while on the move. Running Android 4.4 KitKat, they come with HP's own productivity apps, as well as sleek designs that look more than a little like HTC's One series of smartphones with their front-facing speakers.

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Nokia Lumia 1520 Review

Nokia Lumia 1520 Review

You're to blame for the vast Nokia Lumia 1520. "Make a phablet" we kept asking Nokia, "give us a big Windows Phone to compete with the Galaxy Note." That Nokia - and Microsoft - went off to the drawing board and returned with a hand-dominating 6-inch monster is a juicy sort of irony, then: this is a Lumia that not only comes in larger than just about every other smartphone on the market, it could be considered a small tablet in its own right. Problem is, there's a difference between a big phone and a great one, so has Nokia done more than enlarge Lumia? Read on for our full review.

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