Are you the type who has an iPad, a 17 inch laptop plus a ton of other gadgets besides? Then you’re just in time for our brief review of Booq’s new line of Cobra bags. We showcased those Boa’s last time, but if space is what you’re looking for when it comes to lugging your stuff around, check these new bags out.
With Japan’s elderly population growing and growing with no commensurate rise among the younger set, such a demographic is pushing indigenous electronics giants to innovate. Panasonic has been ahead of the pack lately and retains its place with this new system for elderly care. We call it a “system” because aside form the hair-washing robot, there’s also its “dumb” sibling: an electric care assistance bed with integrated wheelchair.
Last week UK mobile phone operator Orange announced their first own branded Android smartphone, the Orange San Francisco, which is designed to be a budget Android handset, and Orange have now started selling this new smartphone.
The Orange San Francisco comes with Google Android 2.1, and it features a 3.5 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, plus there is also a three megapixel camera.
There was a rumor about a week ago that Target would start selling the Apple iPad from October the 3rd this year. Target has now issued a press release and confirmed that they will start selling the iPad in their retail stores from October 3rd.
Target will sell both the WiFi and WiFi + 3G models of the iPad, in sized ranging from 16GB to 64GB and they will retail for the same price as they are sold in Apple stores.
We were told that it would be up to individual carriers to offer the feature, but it turns out that Windows Phone 7 does not actually support tethering.
Since Apple recently updated their iPhone and iPod OS to iOS 4.1, many users have been waiting for the release of a jailbreak tool for the iPhone 4.
It seems that Sony Ericsson has decided to drop the Symbian OS from their range of smartphones, as a Sony Ericsson representative, Aldo Liguori recently told Business Week that they have no plans to produce any more Symbian based handsets.
Sony Ericsson has been moving more towards Google’s Android OS recently, with many of their recent smartphones being released with Android, so them dropping Symbian should not come as a surprise.
We have been hearing more and more about Google TV recently, now Sony has announced that they will launch the worlds first Internet television on October the 12th.
Sony has sent out invites to a special event they are holding in New York on October the 12th 2010, and they are claiming it is the launch of the worlds first Internet TV.
Earlier in the week we told you that Facebook’s CEO would be announcing a donation of $100 million to the public school system in Newark, yesterday right on schedule Zuckerberg announced the donation on the Oprah Winfrey show.
Zuckerberg was joined on the show with Newark’s Mayor, Cory A. Booker and Chris Cristie, New Jersey’s governor, and the donation comes with no strings attached.
The other day we showed you a video of the Windows 7 version of the HP Slate tablet, now another video has turned up on the web, and this time we find out what is inside the HP Slate Tablet.
It looks like the HP Slate features a 1.86GHz Intel Atom Z450 processor with GMA500 and Broadcom Crystal HD enhanced graphics, plus an 8.9 inch WSVGA touchscreen display.
AVADirect has a number of fast notebook is in its line, but they all pale in comparison to its latest offering called the X7200. The new X7200 is hailed as the fastest desktop replacement notebook on the planet by AVADirect. The machine has some awesome specs indeed.
It has an aluminum skin with available dual NVIDIA GTX 480M GPUs in SLI mode. Those GPUs have a total of 4GB of GDDR5 RAM when paired. The machine can also be fitted with up to 12GB of triple channel DDR3 RAM. It has three 9.5mm storage slots inside and an onboard RAID controller.
Yesterday we showed you the specifications for the new HTC HD7, now it seems that some specifications ahve appeared for the new HTC 7 Trophy Windows Phone 7 smartphone.
The guys over at WMPoweruser have the specifications, which you can see listed below, and it looks like the HTC 7 Trophy will be a slightly thinner and smaller version of the HD7.