Sony PlayStation Vita: Powerful Handheld Gaming


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If you’re serious about portable gaming, the Sony PlayStation Vita is a top-notch device. Its 5-inch OLED touchscreen is gorgeous and gameplay is superb, but the use of proprietary memory cards is a blemish on an otherwise outstanding product.



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February 14, 2012

Intel’s Wave of Future Ultrabooks: Slim, With Touchscreen and Voice Recognition


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Intel demonstrates touchscreen controls, voice recognition, and advanced graphics of their latest Ultrabooks.



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January 9, 2012

The Kube2 tiny mp3 player

The Kube2 tiny mp3 player

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The Kube2 is undoubtedly small, but according to Chip Chick it’s the smallest touch-based mp3 player ever. The teeny tiny device is already a huge hit in Singapore and Indonesia and when it’s unveiled to the rest of the world at CES in January it’s expected to cause even more of a splash.

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December 13, 2011

Microsoft continues to look beyond the glass screen with new touch experiments

Microsoft continues to look beyond the glass screen with new touch experiments

At the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) in Santa Barbara, California this week, Microsoft Researchers are showing off some experimental touch interaction projects that look beyond the flat glass touchscreen and move into different areas where touch-sensitivity could be employed.

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October 18, 2011

Finally, Samsung Galaxy S II is here

Finally, Samsung Galaxy S II is here

For months Apple has been firing off patent lawsuits against Samsung’s newest smartphone and tablet. Despite this barrage of mortar fire, early this evening Samsung landed the Galaxy S II on these shores.

The smartphone many reviewers are calling the “iPhone 5 killer” debuts ahead of Apple’s next-gen handset. If you’re on AT&T, Samsung’s beaut can be yours on September 18. Sprint subscribers can grab the smartphone two days earlier.

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August 31, 2011

A Review of The Boss BV9990 In Dash DVD Player

As technology advances, we are not only witnessing thousands of new and innovative products being released at quick pace but also at cheap prices. When the first models of in-dash DVD players came out many years ago, they were priced at $1000 and up. Nowadays the prices have become so affordably that anyone can afford these types of units for their cars. In this article, we will be taking a much deeper look at the Boss BV9990 in dash DVD player.

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July 25, 2011

i Roll rolling phone concept

i Roll rolling phone concept

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There have been several ‘rolling phone’ concepts designed over the past year, which suggests the space saving design could soon become a reality. The latest offering from Indian designer Sudhanwa Chavan is called the i Roll (how imaginative) and features a retractable OLED touchscreen that would be able to display everything you can see on a usual mobile phone.

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July 7, 2011

Scribbly marker pen stylus for your iPad

Scribbly marker pen stylus for your iPad

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Most iPad owners seem to happily use their fingers to operate the device’s touchscreen, but for playing games, jotting down ideas or brainstorming having a stylus around would be pretty handy.

The Scribbly is a new stylus which looks like a chunky marker pen, a fun addition to note taking which is set to be launched soon for only £10 (around $16) from the Scribbly website.

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June 29, 2011

Nintendo reveals new Wii U gaming console

Nintendo reveals new Wii U gaming console

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At Nintendo’s E3 press conference earlier today, the team revealed the Wii U, a brand new console designed to appeal to all kinds of gamers.

According to Mashable, the console will feature a touchscreen and augmented reality functionality. The screen will be 6.2 inches with controllers, a front facing camera and a gyroscope.

The console will be available some time during 2012 and already everyone from casual tech enthusiasts to dedicated gamers are excited about the new addition to the Nintendo range.

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June 8, 2011

Catching up to Kindle and iPad, Barnes & Noble introduces new touchscreen Nook


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By Tim Conneally, Betanews

Barnes and Noble on Tuesday unveiled its new touchscreen Nook Simple Touch e-reader, the company’s first Nook to lack a color screen and Android branding.

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May 24, 2011