Category: Gadgets

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Ubuntu Phones

Canonical is going to release the Ubuntu phone OS in late 2013 to compete with Android, iOS and other mobile OS. Visually the interface design of the smartphone variant is looks very similar to...

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Ouya

The kickstarter funded Ouya is an open TV gaming console powered by Tegra 3 quad core, 1GB RAM, Android 4.0 and 8GB of flash storage. The idea for Ouya is to allow indie developers...

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Blackberry Z10

The long awaited Blackberry 10 devices have finally arrived, the first that has been released into the wild is the Blackberry Z10. The Z10 is a 4.2” full touch screen model without the physical...

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NVIDIA Project Shield

NVIDIA unveiled Project Shield at CES 2013 which is a departure from NVIDIA’s traditional product line. Project Shield is a handheld mobile gaming device using the android jellybean operating system and the latest Tegra...

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The Leap Motion Controller

The leap motion controller is expected to be available for pre-order in February at your local best buy for $69.99USD or pre-order it now on the company’s website leapmotion.com. The controller follows your hand...

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Wii Vitality Sensor

Nintendo introduces the Wii Vitality Sensor at E3 2009. The device is a pulse monitor which connects to the Wiimote port. Uncertainty surrounds the device as gamers wonder what kind of applications it has....

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HP iPAQ 210

HP has recently launched the new iPAQ 210 Enterprise PDA at the pricey MSRP of $449USD. The unit is equipped with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6, Marvell PXA310 624MHz processor, 128MB SDRAM, 256MB flash ROM,...