Sony Ericsson mobile C902: the commercial 007 phone
29 Nov 2008 - By Omar Mariño

The latest James Bond’s mobile is NOT a special iPhone edition that Apple released for the famous secret agent and neither is a sophisticated Nokia touch-screen phone with advanced technology and exclusive design.

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A stranger named “Peek” is the “gadget of the year”
28 Nov 2008 - By Omar Mariño

This year, as every year, Time magazine has chosen the “gadget of the year”. It is a title that usually is given to some noted technological gadgets like iPhone (that was the winner in 2007) or Macbook Pro (2006). Contrary to this, the 2008 winner of the “gadget of the year” is a device named “Peek”.

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Xbox 360 games become more social
20 Nov 2008 - By Omar Mariño

A video consoles generation is released and it is full of extra features to attract more users. To this respect, Microsoft has released, since yesterday, a service named Experience. All users of the traditional Xbox Live can upgrade immediately to the new dashboard Experience when connecting their console. And it is a free service.

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Revenge of the smartphones
11 Nov 2008 - By Omar Mariño

While the world crisis deepens slowly, as a vengeful force, more and more smartphones are being sold, providing some encouragement to the mobile industry.

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USA opens its white space spectrum for wireless broadband services
6 Nov 2008 - By Omar Mariño

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved the use of the radio-electric unlicensed space, as known as ‘white space ‘, so the companies can offer faster and low-cost broadband services in the country.

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Magazine chooses the best gadgets and gizmos of 2008
17 Oct 2008 - By Omar Mariño

According to Popular Mechanics, these are the most brilliant gadgets of the year:

1 – Microsoft Photosynth: It is a photographic software you can download for free from Microsoft.com. It looks for pictures in your computer that have been taken in the same place or by the same person and displays them in a reconstructed 3-dimensional space. More info here

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One out of 10 MP3 users will suffer hearing damages
16 Oct 2008 - By Omar Mariño

The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche said: “Without music, life would be a mistake”. Apparently, a lot of people around the world agree. For example: 160 million people who own an iPod or other less “glamorous” music players. The European people love the music so much that, maybe,  they are willing to sacrifice their hearing capacity to enjoy the music every day with these portable players. One out of 10 of these people will suffer irreversible hearing loss associated with the use of these gadgets, what could end up affecting the health of about 10 million people.

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Apple revamps its laptop notebooks without entering into the price war
14 Oct 2008 - By Omar Mariño

After days of rumors and speculations, some Mac fans thought yesterday that they would be able to buy a laptop for about $800. But the expectations were not met. Yesterday, Apple unveiled its new line of notebooks, made of aluminum (instead of plastic), and was confirmed that this brand will continue being more expensive than PCs that are sold with Windows pre-installed: the cheapest new MacBook will cost $1,299.

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Spain will be the first European country where the new Nokia’s touch mobile phone will arrive
7 Oct 2008 - By Omar Mariño

Nokia’s first touch phone is already a reality. It is the 5800 XpressMusic and, contrary to what was expected, it is not a high end device. Instead of that, it was designed for the massive market, has an affordable price (279 euros) and is specially targeted for the youngest users.

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