Interactive weather results arrive in 34 different languages

by Edwin

When it comes to predicting the weather, our ancestors of yore did not have the relevant tools, but rather, the sought out a medicine man who interpreted the signs of the sky and perhaps even decided that there is a pattern in the way tea leaves form and congregate at the bottom of your cup to come up with an answer. I am quite sure that such a person would …

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Griffin and Dijit rolls out Android-Compatible Beacon Universal Remote Control System

by Edwin

The new Beacon universal remote control system is said to be able to transform Android phones and tablets into easy-to-use, never-lost remotes that will target home entertainment centers. This is the fruit of the partnership between Griffin and Dijit, where the latest Android-only version of the Beacon Universal Remote Control System will pair itself with Android-powered devices over a Bluetooth connection, where it will play nice with Dijit’s free Universal …

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Sony has software update for Google TV platform

by Edwin

The Google TV platform that delivers a special kind of entertainment experience which can be found on Sony Internet TV, in addition to the Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc player. Just what does the latest version of Google TV deliver? For starters, it will not only deliver all that the current Google TV has, it will also throw into the mix the Android Market to satisfy your lust for more …

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Kingston urDrive changes the way you view USB flash drives

by Edwin

When it comes to USB flash drives, most of the time we would be wondering just what kind of improvements can be made to such peripherals apart from ever increasing storage space in addition to the data transfer speed. Well, Kingston has an idea – after all, they have been in the memory business for the longest time already, so why not leave it to them to figure out a …

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Razer introduces Synapse 2.0

by Edwin

Razer also wants in on the cloud bandwagon with their latest release for gamers and gamers only – if you’re looking to stash all your extra files from your hard drive online, look somewhere else. We’re talking about the Razer Synapse 2.0 which is touted to be the worlds first application for storing your personalized peripheral settings in a cloud environment, so that your gaming settings are always accessible to …

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Could someone please get me a working Portico, please?

by Mark R

When it comes to applications on tablets, developers really have to think outside the box in order to create the next addictive thing. Right now, Microsoft Research, Intel, and the University of Washington are working on the Portico, which allows the user to interact with the world outside of the tablet. You can watch a video after the jump if you want to see a demonstration, and I highly suggest …

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Norton Anti-Theft lets you lock down stolen or lost notebook

by Edwin

I remember the sinking feeling I had a couple of years ago when upon returning home and opening up my car’s trunk, I realized that my notebook was stolen. Not only that, this happened while I had dinner, and raced all the way back to the crime scene but the chances of recovering my stolen notebook is as high as that of the world ending next year. Having made a …

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LG Optimus 3D receives 3D game converter

by Edwin

Going 3D (stereoscopic 3D, that is) seems to be the in thing these days – first we have 3D TVs to help usher in 3D movies to the living room, nearly every other movie that appears on the silver screen today also sports a 3D version in order to rake in more moolah, and even gaming has taken the 3D route – see the Nintendo 3DS as well as 3D-capable …

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