iPhone 4S Cases and Covers: Unconventional designs
18 Oct 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Apple has just introduced their new iPhone 4S smartphone that, although has disappointed some people, offers improved features compared with the iPhone 4, including a better processor, better performance, a better camera, greater video quality, and the software Siri to receive voice commands, among other improvements.

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Steve Jobs & Apple: Top 10 gadgets and creations
8 Oct 2011 - By Omar Mariño
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5 October 2011. The Earth has lost one of its most important human beings in the technology field. And not only talking about the current times we live in, but also including the whole technological history of the planet. Steve Jobs has departed, leaving a great legacy. But not only a technological legacy, but an inspiring legacy of tenacity for all the entrepreneurs of the world who are pursuing their dreams.

This is a list of the 10 most important Apple creations under the direction of  Steve Jobs through the years.

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9 Emerging Technologies for 2012
7 Oct 2011 - By Omar Mariño

A new year is approaching and, as usual, the tech market keeps advancing with new products and innovative technologies applied to those products. We already have seen a list of the most awaited gadgets for Christmas 2011 and early 2012, but this time we bring you a more generic list with new technologies that could be main trends in the industry next year. It’s likely that some of them won’t get a  good level of acceptance while others will experiment an authentic explosion but, in any case, they are in either early development or the first stages in the commercial production and all of them have potential benefits for users.

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Most Awaited Gadgets for Christmas 2011… and 2012
1 Oct 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Believe it or not, the end of the year is approaching faster than you realize. In a few weeks, Christmas lights, trees with ornaments, and Santa Claus will be present in a lot of places around big and small cities.

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Microsoft also likes modular phones
23 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Usually, tech geeks love to disassemble and assemble things (well, sometimes they take apart gadgets that they can’t assemble again due to complexity). For some of them there is a need of knowing how things work and that need is really strong even with the most expensive gadgets; if you know enough of electronics, then seeing the deepest interior parts of  an electronic device is a satisfactory thing because you can figure out how this device can work as it is supposed to work. Many curious children feel this natural need too, and their toys don’t last more than a few days.

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Philips ThinkLink: All-in-one DECT + Mobile Phone is Available
14 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Philips came up with an interesting gadget in a category where, honestly, it’s not very easy to innovate: DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) phones. The product was first introduced at the IFA 2011 in Berlin (Germany).

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Top 5 Gadgets, 2011 (So far!)
8 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

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In the last 20 years, electronics have come a very long way. Many of us can remember playing “Oregon Trail” on the old Macintosh computer (after loading the floppy disk, of course). That was a big deal back then, but seems light years behind us right now. What is the current generation going to reflect back on and remember about 2011? What are the trendiest and most popular gadgets from 2011?

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Samsung introduces a hybrid between tablet and smartphone
3 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Companies carrying out presentations at the IFA 2011 technology trade show are surprising to all attendees. That’s the case of Samsung that introduced its Galaxy Note, a new and innovator gadget that is out of the ordinary.

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Sony and Samsung introduce their novelties at the IFA trade show
1 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

After a long waiting, Sony has introduced its two first tablets during the Berlin IFA technology conference. Both of them will work with Android, the Google operating system, and cost between 479 and 599 euros (approximately between US$ 684 and US$ 855). The Sony Tablet S has a design similar to tablets from other companies, with a 9.4-inch screen and Android 3.1. The Tablet P model is very much unconventional; instead of being a single surface, it has two 5.5-inch screens that can be used together or separately; when folded up, it takes up less space than many pocket gadgets (it will come with Android 3.2).

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