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AirBridge out-streams AirPlay for impromptu iPhone sharing

AirBridge out-streams AirPlay for impromptu iPhone sharing

AirPlay Mirroring on the iPhone and iPad is great, but startup Artifex Touch thinks it has a better solution for impromptu presentations, media streaming, group working and more with its AirBridge. A portable wireless adapter that clips to an iOS device and your nearest TV or projector, AirBridge is fresh to Kickstarter and, with the help of a clever companion app, streams video, games, and presentations over WiFi, either to the base station or directly to another iOS device user.

 

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 29, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 29, 2012

It's IFA week, which means that we had a lot of news flooding out of Germany. Let's get to it, shall we? Samsung and Sony both had a ton of big reveals today, and all of the coverage you could ever hope for is collected in our Samsung IFA 2012 Wrap-Up and our Sony IFA 2012 Wrap-Up. In those posts, you'll find links to all of the major reveals and announcements both companies made today, as well links to our hands-on posts with the day's major devices. Be sure to check those out if you're looking for a recap of the news from Samsung and Sony's events.

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Synaptics ForcePad aims to improve laptop trackpads

Synaptics ForcePad aims to improve laptop trackpads

Multitouch gestures on trackpads have become common place on laptops over the past few years, but they’re going to get a serious boost with the release of Windows 8. Synaptics is trying to make sure that the user experience will be up to snuff, today demoing its new ForcePad technology. The tech will not only bring improved sensitivity and multitouch gestures to touchpads, but also add support for force detection.

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Pebble Kickstarter smartwatch UI video delivered

Pebble Kickstarter smartwatch UI video delivered

This week the folks behind the $10 million dollar Kickstarter funded smartwatch project Pebble has been updated to include a user interface video demo. This device will be released with full connectivity to iPhone and Android devices via Bluetooth and works with e-paper for easy reading and any lighting situation interactivity. You'll be able to play music, check emails, see notifications, and check the weather and time as well.

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iPhone and iPad Verizon Viewdini app gets release and hands-on

iPhone and iPad Verizon Viewdini app gets release and hands-on

It's finally time for the iOS collection of mobile devices to get Verizon's own streaming video hub Viewdini, connecting Comcast, Netflix, Hulu, and more into one simple-to-use system. This app is free to download and was up until now only available for Android. You simply search for your favorite TV show or movie and find it connected to a whole list of streaming video sources as well as video download sources - including Apple's on iTunes store.

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Berg’s odd Little Printer hits preorder

Berg’s odd Little Printer hits preorder

Last November I talked a bit about an odd little printer called the Little Printer. The idea behind the Little Printer was that you could enter subscriptions for your social networking sites such as Twitter that you enjoy reading in the mornings, and the printer would print them on real paper for you to read. It's an oddly not green gadget.

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Hiriko Electric car folds up for ultra-tiny sharing

Hiriko Electric car folds up for ultra-tiny sharing

The Folding Hiriko electric car has been introduced to the world firmly intent on taking up only a fraction of the space a conventional automobile does. This beast is made not only to be friendly to the environment, but friendly to the auto sharing community popping up around the globe as well. You'll see this vehicle floating around Europe at the moment, but we'd certainly welcome it into our own homes here in the USA should they ever decide to bring it on in - it's small enough, after all!

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Microsoft releases new Photo Gallery and Movie Maker

Microsoft releases new Photo Gallery and Movie Maker

The photo and video editors available on Windows 7 have always been somewhat basic, but Microsoft has today decided to revamp what’s available to users. Windows Photo Gallery and Movie Maker have both been updated for Windows 7 and Windows 8, offering a wealth of new functionality. Movie Maker sees the biggest change, offering some video tweaks that should help you get the most out of your smartphone or camera footage.

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Modern Warfare 3 September DLC images leaked

Modern Warfare 3 September DLC images leaked

We've got a slew of Modern Warfare 3 rumors to tell you about today, so sit down and strap in. We may have received our first glimpse at Activision's September DLC offerings for the immensely popular military shooter, which will apparently add three new maps to the game: Boardwalk, Gulch, and Parish. The images were initially leaked by Youtube user Gamecheat13 along with a gameplay video that gives us a preview of the Parish map. The video has since been removed, but not before MP1st could snatch up the images and post them for all the Internet to see.

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