IGN to Stream E3 Coverage Via Xbox Live

If you’re gamer that can’t make it to California for E3 this year, but you want to watch all the goings-on at the press conferences, IGN has announced it will be streaming coverage on just about every platform. E3 press conference coverage will be streamed via the Internet, YouTube, and all mobile platforms.

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OCZ Launches Agility 4 SSD

OCZ Technology has announced the launch of a new SSD called the Agility 4. The SSD is a 2.5-inch unit that uses the 6 Gbps interface and promises quick operation and reliability. The new SSD uses the Indilinx Everest 2 controller, which features special methods of wear leveling to extend the life of the chips inside the SSD.

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Ematic unveils new eGlide Steal 7-inch tablet

Ematic has a new and very affordable seven-inch capacitive screen Android tablet called the eGlide Steal. The little tablet runs the Android 4.0 operating system and will cost only $119. For the price, the machine is a good deal, but it’s not going to break any benchmark records.

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Monster Shows off Three New Headphones

Monster no longer makes the popular Beats headphones after the split between the partners. Monster is still making headphones though and it has unveiled three new sets at the Monaco Grand Prix. The new headphones include the Diamond Tears, VEKTR, and Inspiration. All three sets promise style and quality sound.

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Laptop Workstation Is Actually a Desk with Speakers and a USB Hub

It’s been long time since I’ve said the name The Sharper Image. It used to be that you couldn’t get away from commercials for the company’s air filtration devices. The latest product to surface from The Sharper Image is a laptop workstation that small and compact. Unlike most laptop desks that are designed to set your lap, this was more like a real desk in his own rollers.

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Apple Settles Long-Running Patent Infringement Suit with Simple Air

Apple has finally announced that it has settled a long-running patent dispute between it and a company called SimpleAir. SimpleAir filed a patent infringement suit against Apple back in 2009 in the US District Court in the Eastern District of Texas. That suit alleged Apple was infringing on four patents having to do with the transmission of data and alerts for unconnected users.

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