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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Intel Haswell, the new Intel architecture for 2013
13 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Have you heard about Intel Haswell? No? Well, is not a hot tech topic now, but it will be in months to come. It is the new Intel architecture, or one of the so-called tocks (new microarchitecture) in the Intel Tick Tock Model. Haswell will be the successor of the current Sandy Bridge microarchitecture and will be released after the Ivy Bridge processors; that is to say,  it will be launched sometime in 2013.

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Japan: Pioneer launches Steez Headphones, Speakers, and MP3
12 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Pioneer, the well-known Japanese brand, has just launched their new Steez audio line in the Asian market, which reflects a young spirit with well designed and very attractive products. Among the launched products, we can find portable speakers, headphones, and a MP3 player with a very peculiar look.

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Klipsch Mode M40 Wireless Headphones: Active Noise Cancellation
10 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Good music lovers always demand more and more. They don’t want just some cheap, minimalistic, and basic headphones that only give off sound. Instead, they prefer advanced technologies such as the trendy noise-cancellation. And certainly we are not talking about the passive way that consist of the basic isolation of our hearing sense from external noise; no,  we are talking about the active noise-cancellation: Having an electronic system that counteracts external noise.

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BenQ M23: A video camera for the night
9 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

BenQ has announced the launch of their latest Full HD 1080p video camera: The BenQ M23. It has excellent features and the price is very affordable.

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

By Kathleen Hubert

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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Sony noise-cancellation headphones: MDR-NC100D / NC200D
8 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

We all like to listen to music when doing some tasks  either in our homes or elsewhere (or just for pleasure). For this purpose, we use our MP3 or MP4 players (or our mobile phones) and, of course, we often need comfortable and quality headphones to enjoy it properly because  we don’t want to bother anyone else around us who doesn’t need to listen to our favorite songs and artists.

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Holograms to detect bacteria
6 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

A group of scientists have created a portable microscope which is able to detect even the  microbial proliferations that are really difficult to identify such as the E. coli bacterium. The device, which uses a laser ray, detects organisms in water and food.

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Apple forces Samsung to take away the Galaxy Tab 7.7 from IFA
5 Sep 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Believe it or not, Galaxy Tab 7.7, the Samsung tablet, suddenly disappeared from the stand of the multinational conglomerate corporation at the IFA in Berlin, after two days of the official introduction. During the previous days of this industrial exhibition, the model was exhibited with a sign saying: “Not for sale in Germany”. But now even the articles and pages about this gadget have been removed from the German version of the Samsung website.

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