ShowStoppers 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 14 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 14 2009

CTIA was last week, and the SlashGear team brought you lots of great coverage from the event. While new devices were scarce, we got a closer look at some impressive phones and products from some of our favorite companies. We'll bring you up to speed on CTIA and other important news just in case you missed it.

We took a look at the MSI X-Slim X340 and compared it to the iPhone 3G and Lenovo ThinkPad X301 in terms of size. The MSI X-Slim X340 is an attractive laptop, and the planned sub $1000 price tag makes it even more so.

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Newber brings call transfers to the iPhone

Newber brings call transfers to the iPhone

Newber is a new iPhone application that allows users to transfer calls to a landline for instances such as the phone dying. This application acts as a second business line for those who really get a lot of use out of their phones.

Using GPS this application can determine the pre-programmed number that you are closest to and transfer the call to that number, or if you would like you may also choose another number from the list.

Coincidentally this application was submitted to Apple back on October 15th with no word on availability or even an approval. If you are interested in trying it out now you can head over toMynewber.com to sign up for a beta test....

Plastic Logic eReader display

Plastic Logic eReader display

Plastic Logic has set out to lead a revolution establishing the plastic electronics industry using our proprietary technology in plastic electronics to create a range of products. The first product they offer is the Plastic Logic eReader and is focused on reading digital business content and better organizing the information.

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FyreTV announces new BOXXX

FyreTV announces new BOXXX

FyreTV has unveiled the world’s first wireless IPTV set-top box, the BOXXX. The premier provider of adult content has announced the launch of their commercial service along with the BOXXX, which provides DVD quality adult content.

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EMTEC announces new Gdium netbook

EMTEC announces new Gdium netbook

Leader in mobile storage solutions, EMTEC, has announced the Gdium ultra-portable, affordable netbook computer. In a world of netbooks we are seeing devices spring up left and right, who knows where the next netbook will come from?

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Bug Labs Bug gets 5 new modules

Bug Labs Bug gets 5 new modules

Bug Labs has announced 5 new modules for their ever so strange module based and Linux-based device. Changing the functionality of this device is as simple as purchasing and exchanging the different pieces to get the desired function.

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