UPDATE: Asus P735 GPS Phone – No GPS!

January 28, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

We featured an article about the new ASUS P735 because of it’s GPS module, which now it seems not to have. According to many forums and news articles, the ASUS news release did not mention any GPS module. Sadly, this phone lost one of main features that turned it from a very interesting gadget to […]

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Credit card sized mediaplayer anyone?

January 28, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

The Oppo V5 is a nice looking credit card sized media player with a true 3″ 16:9 display to show your media on, for which 2GB storage is available in this ultra-small device which is only 11mm thick. Other information is currently very scare: you will be able to play MP3s and MPEG4s, but what […]

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Designer Profile #2: Balykin Pavel (Russia)

January 28, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Not much is know about this “Sand Time” digital watch design, except that it looks pretty cool and shows obviously is shaped and works like a sand timer, until you press a button and it shows the time digits just like a traditional digital watch. The Sand Time was designed by 22(!)-year old Balykin Pavel […]

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Zune Wi-Fi Re-Fills available soon

January 28, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Microsoft may be considering the introduction of Wi-Fi Zune filling station type spots, where the users of the new Microsoft Zune machine will be able to download music by using Wi-Fi in certain areas, such as stations, airports and stores, however the coverage will be limited for some time, that is until all the equipment […]

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The door may be open for DRM free downloads

January 27, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

There has been much confusion over the downloading of music. Over the years what started off as seemingly harmless file sharing had developed into a legal jungle with only a few sites offering legal downloads and then with the introduction of the iPod and Zune with their own corresponding pay per track sites, people are […]

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Intel designs 45 nanometres wide processor ‘Penryn’

January 27, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

In an age of microchips, Intel and IBM have come up with another wonder, the 45 nm processors. It is a tiny giant in the sense that this new Intel processor microchip, which is half the size of a postage stamp, is capable of containing 400 million transistors in it. The 45 nanometres (billionths of […]

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Memory circuit of the size of a blood-cell unveiled

January 27, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

A memory device equivalent to the size of a blood-cell has been devised by the researchers of UCLA and California Institute of Technology, which is capable of storing more than 2000 words of data in it. Information in this device is stored by the help of reconfigurable molecular switches. This would signal a great boost […]

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New Windows Vista Gaming Features

January 27, 2007 by elr9 | Leave a Comment

Every one has been eagerly expecting the latest Windows release, codenamed Windows Vista, this new installment will be available very soon. However people had already started to wonder whether or not is this “wait” actually worth their time, especially when it comes to gamers.

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PC version of ‘Age of Conan’ to be released in October

January 26, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

The much hyped ‘Age of Conan’ initially slated to have released in 2006 was delayed and postponed many a times. Finally, Publisher Eidos and developer Funcom have come out with the announcement that the Age of Canon will be released in the month of October 2007. The official explanation for the delay in its release […]

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Mobile Linux software platform formed by six telecom giants

January 26, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

Six giant telecommunications companies have agreed to share a common platform named the LiMo Foundation, which has been formed as a non-profit organization with the intention of making a common mobile Linux software platform. These six big shots of the cellular telephony are: Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics, and Vodafone. The […]

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Nintendo and Associated Press comes up with Wii News Channel

January 26, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

Its good news for the gamers, who can now stay tuned to the latest happenings around the world. This news channel can be viewed by the Wii users who can find it in their console’s Wii menu. This free news channel slated to be released on January 27 can be availed by those who have […]

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Motorola Pedal Charger

January 26, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

For those of you who like the mix between exercising and technology can now “paddle” at rest! Earlier this month at CES, Motorola showcased the upcoming Motorola pedal charger. Now, more pictures of the charger has been released. Your Motorola cell phone is actually supposed to be charged by the energy you use while pedaling. […]

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HTC Ameo to be released in UK and Germany in March

January 26, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

We reported about pictures of the HTC Ameo (Athena) a few days ago, and now T-Mobile has confirmed the launch for March in the UK and Germany. The price in Germany will be a around 500 Euros when taking out a 2-year service contract with T-Mobile. [via Tech Digest]

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