New range of mice for your desk

March 6, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

There is a new range of mice for that will make the workspace an easier place, Kensington have brought to the market the Ci60 Optical Mouse, the Ci60 Wireless Optical Mouse and the Si300 Laser Mouse. How the humble mouse has changed over the years from a basic plastic type to the latest design which [...]

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Logitec: Bluetooth Earphones

March 2, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

I have wanted something like this for a long time: wireless earphones. These Logitec headphones, which will be available for an unknown geographic area and price in mid March, not only feature a traditional cable connection but also Bluetooth. This will make it possible to use them wirelessly within 35 feet of your favorite Bluetooth-capable [...]

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LinkTheater: Bufallo’s wireless entertainment solution

March 1, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Bufallo’s LinkTheater, which was announced today, streams your multimedia content wirelessly around your home and will work with Intel’s Viiv technology. Powered by Mediabolic’s Media Player software, it will allow you access your video, photos and music via it’s TV-based interface. Wireless connectivity is supported with 802.11a/b/g WiFi. It also offers a USB2.0 port to [...]

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Is using a wireless setup risky

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Well according to recent research Indiana University School of Informatics it certainly is, but not from the conventional way of gaining information and details from you computer, the new way is to slowly drive around a city or town and scan the airwaves for wireless networks, it is easy to do, if you have been [...]

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Mattel’s IM-ME: Save IM for children

February 19, 2007 by poeloq | 4 Comments

Mattel, the company especially know for Barbie dolls and Matchbox / Hotwheels cars and also the distribution of the original Nintendo NES, has come up with something to protect the tech savvy and chat hungry daughters of this world: the IM-ME. The IM-ME is a little handheld chatbox which allows children to chat wirelessly via [...]

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The UK wireless project grows

February 15, 2007 by davidallen | 1 Comment

In the UK there has been moves to create wireless towns and cities, but the progress has been slow due to there being only one company that is providing the service, British Telecommunications (BT) have been putting the equipment into place that would create town and city wide wireless networks to create what is know [...]

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World’s first rollable display “Cellular Book” announced by Polymer Vision & Telecom Italia

February 6, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

A brand name in the arena of rollable displays, Polymer Vision which is a spin out of Royal Philips Electronics in association with Telecom Italia have announced the making of the ‘world’s first rollable display enabled mobile device’. While Telecom Italia will market the rollable displays in Italy, Polymer Vision will be involved in its [...]

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Verizon Wireless unveils faster mobile broadband service

February 2, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

Can you think of a mobile broadband service that enables its users an average download speed of 450-800 Kbits per second, and average upload speeds of 300-400 Kbits per second? Well, this is not a utopia, which is unattainable. It is a fact because Verizon Wireless unveiled its USB720 which it claims will require just [...]

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Boeing 787 not too include wireless system

January 26, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

The Boeing 787 is not going to have the announced wireless system, as it is too heavy. The amount of wires Boeing were going to save by using wireless amounted to 50 Pounds, whereas the wireless equipment would have weighed a full 150 Pounds more, clocking in at 200 Pounds. Apart from the weight problem, [...]

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Duo Soundolier’s ‘wireless speaking lamp’

January 21, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

Lamps were known for their power of illumining our rooms. But now its arena has been expanded and lamps now have been taken to greater heights to serve a gamut of purposes and be friendlier to its users. Thanks to Duo Soundolier, for it has made lamps to work as sleek, fashionable and a handy [...]

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Desk to work as wireless device for gadgets

January 21, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

Gone are those days when one has to keep bulky chargers for their various electronic gazettes. Herman Miller Inc., an office furniture maker and Fulton Innovations have now come up with an office desk, which in itself is enabled with a new technology called, an eCoupled technology. This is a wireless device, through which one [...]

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Netgear Wireless HD

January 18, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

I mentioned this morning in our DIY feature how many cables I have lying around and my distaste of this fact. I remember trying to setup a Linux media center PC a few years back to centrally archive my music, films and other media in one central place. I did not actually get round to [...]

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