Parrot AR.Drone gets a 2.0 model

by Mark R

We have been following the status of Parrot’s AR.Drone since it was first revealed at CES two years ago. At CES this year, Parrot has officially introduced the AR.Drone 2.0. The flying quadricopter has a new camera, software, as well as a new look. What you see in the picture is its “outdoor hull” which is designed to reduce wind resistance. It still has the old mod with secondary hull …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 arrives on Verizon Wireless

by Edwin

Verizon Wireless has a surprise for those who are on the lookout for a tablet – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 that will play nice with Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network, ensuring you will be able to enjoy speedy connections no matter where you are, assuming there is coverage, of course, while positively making you surfing on a 3G connection feel as though you have been transported back to the …

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Nokia Lumia 900 was made for the US

by Edwin

Remember when Nokia first announced the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 a few months ago, being the first Windows Phone powered devices from the Finnish phone manufacturer? Many of us living Stateside were complaining and wondering just how come Nokia did not roll out those phones here first, but concentrated on Europe and Asia instead. Well, here is a phone that is born and bred from Nokia’s stables that …

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HP ENVY 14 Spectre unveiled

by Edwin

HP has taken advantage of CES 2012 to be the platform where they will roll out their latest masterpiece which comes in the form of the ENVY 14 Spectre. Take a look at it above and you will know what I mean – this nifty little consumer Ultrabook that resides in the premium category is capable of commanding anyone’s attention thanks to its clever and unparalleled use of glass. Couple …

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The Thermador Freedom Induction Cooktop at CES Unveiled

by Mark R

Last night, at CES Unveiled, I got a chance to see some very interesting products, and I am always on the lookout for ones with the most “neat” factor. Thermador showed me what the future of the kitchen range cookers will look like. Thermador’s new Cooktop uses induction technology for cooking. If you are not familiar with it, it uses magnets instead of a burner to heat what is inside …

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Monster Press Conference at CES 2012

by Mark R

I’m still reeling over the Acer Press Conference yesterday, and this morning, I decided to see what Monster was up to. Noel Lee, the “Head Monster” took the stage in his Segway and was quite good at inspiring the crowd. From there, it was guest speaker after guest speaker, announcing their 2012 product line. For example, the Monster Micro, a small Bluetooth speaker that is very customizable. Not only can …

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Samsung Wi-Fi Video Baby Monitor debuts at CES 2012

by Edwin

Las Vegas is the landing strip for many a gadget at CES 2012, and Samsung does not want to miss out on the party with their spanking new Wi-Fi Video Baby Monitor which delivers industry leading design, technology and security in a single device. New parents might find it especially useful, while the older parents (or those who already have a few kids) will probably give a gander at this …

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E FUN APEN A5 stylus

by Edwin

With so many tablets being released these days, what is your primary mode of interaction with the tablet? I would be so bold as to venture that the most of us use our fingers since that is the most intuitive and convenient. On a side note, I did hear from a friend of mine that if you happen to be walking in the favelas of Brazil, it would be best …

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