iPad takes it to 128 GB

iPad takes it to 128 GB

Apple
It seems that Apple has decided to prepare a premium version of iPad4 that will have a storage space of 128 GB next to the mainstream version of 64 GB. This sounds really great but are the iLovers ready to overpay the already expensive 64GB version for double the memory space? Apple is sure that there are a lot of clients out there that will be interested and I have a feeling they will confirm this very close to the launch date. (more…)
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Cisco leaves home networking market

Cisco leaves home networking market

Technology
Cisco has proven to be one of the leading network equipment manufacturer in the world. Ten years ago, along with the Linksys acquisition, the company entered the market of networking for home users and small businesses. Since then, Linksys has become well known for its routers such as the popular WRT54G, and continued to provide equipment for the same market.   (more…)
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Green energy with Yeti 1250 from GOAL ZERO

Green energy with Yeti 1250 from GOAL ZERO

Technology
As CES 2013 has recently closed its gates I remembered to take a look back at CES 2012 to see how things evolved with a very cool solar energy generator presented a year ago called Yeti 1250. It has been available for sale since April 2012 and it seems to have attracted a lot of interest among the green-energy lovers.     (more…)
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Erazer X700 – Gamer Dream by Lenovo

Erazer X700 – Gamer Dream by Lenovo

Video Games
Lenovo announces the launch of Erazer X700, a PC for the hardcore gamers. The computer is equipped with a Intel Core i7 Extreme processor and a 16 GB DDR3 RAM memory. Erazer X700 is the first Lenovo model with the OneKey function for overclocking which enhances performance and protects the processor from overheating while playing a high-requirements game. The PC uses a liquid cooling system in order to maintain the internal temperature at optimal levels. (more…)
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nVidia Tegra 4

nVidia Tegra 4

Technology
nVidia has launched in Las Vegas the latest mobile processor, Tegra 4, which permits the American company to claim the first place in the mobile processors top, built for enhanced performance and long battery usage on tablets, gaming devices, auto-systems and navigation systems. (more…)
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Apple iWatch

Apple iWatch

Apple
Analysts from Piper Jaffray are forecasting the launching of a new revolutionary gadget from Apple that will be worn around the wrist like a watch but will have all the functionalities as a iPhone.   (more…)
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Samsung Galaxy S IV leaked first picture

Samsung Galaxy S IV leaked first picture

Smartphones
Rumors have started to spread like wildfire as on Friday SamMobile have posted a picture with what should be the Samsung Galaxy S IV. If this is indeed a real picture of the next Galaxy S model we are glad to notice that they have finally got rid of the classical buttons for home and navigation. This implies that all functionality will be available on-screen and clients will benefit of a larger display that is rumored to be a 4.99-inch Super Amoled full HD 1920 x 1080. Busy birdies also talk about a featured 13 MP rear camera, a 2GHz quad-core Exyons processor and 2 GB of RAM. As SamMobile couldn’t guarantee that the picture is authentic we’re only left with speculating and we’ll have to wait until April to…
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Samsung NX300 – 3D Camera with just one lens

Samsung NX300 – 3D Camera with just one lens

Gadgets
Samsung Electronics announced the launch of the NX300, the new flagship model in its successful NX series. The NX300 once again raises the bar for compact system cameras (CSC), delivering an outstanding combination of features, functionality and style for perfect shooting in every moment. Samsung also announced the new NX 45mm F1.8 2D/3D lens, the first one-lens 3D system capable of capturing both still images and full HD movies in perfect 3D quality. (more…)
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Future TVs

Future TVs

Gadgets
No more than a month ago a huge scandal blew in the backyard of some of the biggest TV manufacturers in the world. The European Community issued a record fine in total of $1.96 billion (€1.47 Billion) for the big players in the displays production business. Many major companies like LG Electronics, Phillips, Samsung, Panasonic and Toshiba were mentioned in the process as an involved part in the building of one of the biggest cartels in corporative history. LG seems to be the most affected as more than half of the fine is applied to them solely. (more…)
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