AAXA L1 Laser Data Projector Fits in Your Palm

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If you travel a lot like me, you know that the lighter something is the better. I don’t even bother carrying a data projector for that very reason, but it is a pain wrangling with various conference room projectors and hunting for the remote, or the video cable again and again. Wouldn’t it [...]

Spreadtweet Disguises Office Tweeting Into a Spreadheet

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By Alice Hill
RealTechNews
Twitter hype is so loud that I am sorry to add to it, but this one caught my eye. For those stuck in office cubicles unable to tweet undetected, and who want the ease of a desktop client like TweetDeck – comes Spreadtweet. Spreadtweet is a cleaver little app written by Elliott Kember [...]

Get a Tactile iPhone Keyboard With 4iThumbs

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Editor-in-Chief, RealTechNews

 
4iThumbs has released a tactile keyboard overlay that fits on top of your iPhone screen. It provides tactile feedback to those of us who, despite our best efforts, just can’t get typing on a touch screen down as much as we might something with a QWERTY keyboard that we can feel.
 

I’ve [...]

Survey: iPhone Users Are Dogs

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Editor-in-Chief, RealTechNews
Retrevo, a website that calls itself the “ultimate electronics marketplace,” took a look at iPhone owners. It tried to determine an iPhone user’s personality profile. One thing’s clear: in terms of dating, iPhone users are dogs.
Why is that? Well, One in three iPhone owners has texted or emailed [...]

Kingston, Paramount Team Up on Movie Delivery Via Flash Memory

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Editor-in-Chief, RealTechNews
Remember the slotMusic format? That is a different way of deliveriing music, using microSD cards instead of CDs. With flash memory prices continuing to drop, it was only a matter of time until movies and DVDs would start being delivered the same way.
On Monday, Kingston and Paramount Digital Entertainment (PDE) announced [...]

Windows 7 Rises, From Vista’s Ashes

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Editor-in-Chief, RealTechNews
While Windows XP seemingly keeps going, and going, and going, Windows Vista has had a tumultuous less-than three years. The fact that Microsoft has released a new OS, Windows 7, less than three years after Windows Vista shows how big a failure Vista was.
Windows Vista was much hyped as it was [...]

Can Droid Take iPhone Market Share?

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Editor-in-Chief, RealTechNews
Verizon is pulling put all stops with its new Android commercial, which highights what the iPhone doesn’t do, in an ad that tells you exactly what the iPhone doesn’t do, like “iDon’t allow open development, i’Dont run simultaneous apps.” And at the end of the ad: “Everything iDon’t, Droid Does.”
Besides the [...]

Flip Adds HDMI, More Recording Time to the MinoHD

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Some have labeled the unveiling of the new iPod nano with video recording as the “death knell” for Cisco’s Flip Video line of camcorders, which seemingly redefined handheld camcorders and has cemented a spot amongst the top sellers of video recorders. If so, Flip is not going down easily. [...]