March 23, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 announced, pricing released (WiFi-only versions)

 

Samsung announced two new models in their Galaxy Tab line, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab 8.9. The Tab 10.1 has been redesigned since we saw it at MWC and both tablets can now boast that they are the world's thinnest tablets at 8.6 mm.

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October 25, 2010

The WiFi Alliance has announced the first five devices to receive its new WiFi Direct certification. Called a “game-changing advance for WiFi technology” by ABI Research analyst Victoria Fodale, WiFi Direct enables two or several devices—such as mobile phones, keyboards, printers, cameras, gaming devices and headphones—to connect, with or without the availability of a WiFi hotspot. The devices can then sync for gaming, or to pass content such as photos, music and applications.

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September 02, 2010

Crestron offers new MTX-3 wireless touchpanel remote

The MTX-3 offers seamless interaction with AV and environmental systems, providing true feedback of all settings, and displaying metadata information for all digital media.  Crestron’s infiNET EX wireless technology provides reliable two-way communications throughout a residence or commercial structure utilising a 2.4 GHz mesh network.

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February 18, 2010

OpenPeak OpenTablet 7 Could Rival The Apple iPad?

 

My cargo pants, that is. Those big side pockets might be just the right size for this 7” multi-touch tablet from OpenPeak. The OpenTablet 7 (via SlashGear) is one of the better designed iPad competitors so far. It has a slick, simple design that manages to be minimalist and badass at the same time. Like the iPad and Notion Ink's Adam, I can easily see myself using this tablet comfortably.

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January 27, 2010

Apple iPad:The Missing Features

There’s no doubt that the upcoming Apple iPad will kick the asses of all netbooks, tablet PCs, and e-readers, but it’s by far the perfect unit that we had hoped for from Apple. But then again, neither was the original iPhone.

How could it have been better?

Here’s a list of things we felt strongly about. Post yours in the comments section below. Please keep the tampon jokes to a minimum.

 

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January 05, 2010

DataJack launches USB modem with $40/month unlimited 3G data plans

 
 
If you want a USB modem that will provide mobile broadband access in the US, you’ll usually have to sign up for a 2 year contract and commit to paying $60 per month for up to 5GB of data transfers. Or, you can sign up for a new DataJack modem which costs about $100 up front and $40 per month thereafter for unlimited data. Oh yeah, and there’s no contract, so you could use the service for a month or two, cancel it, and then sign up again half a year later.

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May 27, 2009

Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router WRT320N

Priced at $110 (as of April 20, 2009), the Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router WRT320N is the sole router in this review that can operate on either the 2.4GHz or the 5GHz Wi-Fi band. Though we didn't test the WRT320N's 5GHz performance, the router exhibited very good throughput overall on the 2.4GHz band, at both short and long range.

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May 22, 2009

TRENDnet Releases New Cutting Edge N-Wireless IP Video Camera

TrendNet announces today, from Interop Las Vegas, the availability of the first to market Wireless-N Internet Camera Server with 2-Way Audio, model TV-IP512WN, offering unsurpassed wireless range and video bandwidth. This is the first Internet security camera with integrated 300Mbps wireless n technology to produce unmatched wireless surveillance capabilities.

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April 13, 2009

REVEALED! CrunchPad Web tablet is built by geeks, for geeks

Editors Note:  This is going to be the next killer piece of hardware.  Amazon better take notice, for its Kindle is going to be at the way side soon.  This tablet has a huge screen compared to it and it looks much less bulky (Not to say the Kindle is really bulky in the sense).   With a wifi connection and skype, this is the killer portable internet communications device.   I would like to see in Generation 2, a web cam built in that works with Skype so I can do video calls.  Kudos Mike and AlphaGeek, I will be getting one or you could send me one to review.  
 
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Spy pics indicate this US$300 touchscreen Web tablet created by TechCrunch founder and Web 2.0 entrepreneur Michael Arrington could even beat Apple to the ‘iTablet’ punch!

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January 27, 2009

EnGenius Technologies releases long range Super G Wifi router with PoE

 
 
EnGenius, just introduced their most powerful Wireless Access Point/Client Bridge for the business network environment. The ECB3500 is a high-powered 802.11 Super G long range WiFi device that was designed to offer consistently robust communication over wide areas and long distances, while also being highly adaptable and easy to use.

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December 01, 2008

Blackberry Storm drenched in bugs and NYT’s Pogue calls it a “Dud”

Editor's Note:  I personally own an iPhone and have not had a chance to test out this phone.  I couple of my friends did express interest in getting the Storm but after playing with it, the opted to keep their old Blackberry. 

 

Hundreds of people waited in line last week to get their hands on the Blackberry Storm, the first touchscreen device from Research In Motion.

Too bad the warning not to buy it didn’t come until today. The highly anticipated phone was expected to be RIM’s and Verizon Wireless’ response to the iPhone, but obviously in the rush to get it out for the holidays, it’s a flop. In doing so, it not only falls short of beating the iPhone, but may cause serious long-term damage to the company’s reputation for building reliable enterprise devices.

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June 11, 2008

ZyXEL Introduces SIP-Based Wi-Fi Camera - V750W

ZyXEL announced the ZyXEL V750W—an industry-first IP camera that enables video monitoring via easy-to-use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) technology. Recognizing the increased importance for residential and business users to monitor their loved ones, property and assets remotely, the ZyXEL V750W allows users to contact the camera’s phone number from anywhere in the world using their computer activating real-time video and two-way audio services.

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May 23, 2008

Apple hiring GPS and WiMax experts for the iPhone

A pair of recruitment advertisements on Apple’s jobs website hints at some interesting future developments for the iPhone. They suggest Apple will in future offer GPS and WiMax support in its growing family of connected mobile devices.

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April 02, 2008

Arch Rock Unveils Enterprise-Class Wireless Sensor Network

Arch Rock Corporation has introduced the first wireless sensor network (WSN) to address large-scale enterprise applications by forming large, resilient IP-based WSNs and letting users centrally manage collections of those WSNs as an integral part of the enterprise IP infrastructure.
 
Arch Rock's new PhyNet IP-based platform implements a tiered WSN architecture that eliminates the need to co-locate individual sensor networks with the server-based functions that control them by placing a scalable internetworking tier – the first "WSN router" – between them.

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January 22, 2008

Siemens Releases "HiPath" 802.11n Router with PoE

The new HiPath Wireless 802.11n solution from Siemens Communications, Inc. is the first 802.11n solution to offer innovative architecture and power consumption capabilities to make the migration to fully functional, faster, more reliable 802.11n networks easier and more cost-effective. This secure wireless solution is a key part of Siemens' open communications portfolio.

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January 21, 2008

Industrial Video & Control Introduces 802.11 b/g IP Cameras

Industrial Video & Control Co., a provider of networked-based video surveillance systems, announced today that it has developed a line of Wi-Fi Mesh compatible cameras using integrated 802.11b/g radios from PePWave. The PePWave Wi-Fi radio has undergone extensive compatibility testing for vendor certified interoperability on today's most popular Mesh networks.

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January 10, 2008

Phoenix Linux-based WiFi Radio Hits the Big Time

French bluetooth accessory specialist Com One announced that its Linux-based Phoenix WiFi Radio has upgraded firmware and is being widely distributed. The Internet-enabled clock-radio is now being sold by online retailers such as: Tigerdirect.com, Mobileplanet.com, and Buy.com, says Com One.

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September 26, 2007

Nokia Launches New WiFi GSM Combo Phone

Nokia has annouced the launch of the Nokia 6301 which automatically switches between GSM and WiFi networks. Nokia launched today and is already making a lot of noise in the mobile phone market. It has the ability to use Unlicensed Mobile Access as it can access WiFi networks as well as GSM cellular networks.

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September 04, 2007

Is Radio, Touchscreen and Wi-Fi coming to the iPod?

Nothing gets the rumour mill turning quite like an upcoming Apple event, so ahead of the 5 September launch, let's take a look at the speculation so far. One of the most interesting rumours brings digital radio to the iPod range, with a 'buy-now' facility offering users the chance to purchase the track they're listening to on their desktop PC from iTunes.

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July 16, 2007

Apple Patent Application hints at Wifi iPods

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has revealed a raft of new patent applications submitted by Apple's lawyers, covering new technologies for iPods, Web pages and mice.

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July 05, 2007

Archos 605 WiFi PMP Approved by FCC

 
The newly announced Archos 605 WiFi will soon be available to US consumers after the FCC approved the French-made PMP. The 605 WiFi is the first of the 5th-generation Archos products to be introduced and reviewed and it will soon be the first 5th-generation Archos player to be available Stateside.

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May 30, 2007

Slurpr - Multi Channel Bonding Wifi Router

 
 
Mark Hoekstra (geektechnique.org) will preview The Slurpr at The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam. The Slurpr is a high speed Wi-Fi broadband router that takes up to six available Wi-Fi channels and combines them into one free and ultra broadband connection. Fast and Free Internet Access with just one box! Now you can enjoy the great advantages and comfort that come with a high speed internet connection, all for free.

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May 19, 2007

D-Link Brings Wireless HDTV from PC via Xtreme N Duo MediaBridge

D-Link has developed a nifty device that allows you to play high-definition media from your computer to your HDTV. The catch is, the device makes use of your home router, eliminating the use of cables and wires.  The device, known as the D-Link Xtreme N Duo MediaBridge, makes use of a draft 802.11n, operating at 5GHz. The draft 802.11n data transfer rate, combined with frequencies in the 5GHz range, makes it possible to stream high-definition media content from your PC throughout your home with minimal interference.

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May 15, 2007

Scottish Revo Launches Three New PICO WiFi Radio

Revo Technologies, based out of Scotland, has released three new radios that continue the company's tradition of expanding radio technologies. The three models are all based on one basic design. The premium model has an FM tuner as well as the ability to pick up Wi-Fi radio signals, a still relatively untapped source of over-the-air music content.

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April 09, 2007

Linksys Announces WRT150N - New Wireless N Router

Linksys today announced the immediate availability of a new member of its Wireless-N Family - Linksys Wireless-N Home Router (WRT150N), which presents three devices in one box. The WRT150N is a Wireless-N (draft 802.11n) access point, a 4-port full-duplex 10/100 switch and a router which ties it all together and lets users’ whole network share a high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection. 

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