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When it comes to getting an RC car at a cheap price, you are generally out of luck. Between the cars and the remote controls, you often find yourself easily spending $100 or more on such devices. If you are looking to save some money, Griffin makes some low-cost RC devices that communicate with your existing iOS device instead of using a traditional controller.
Own a Sony Xperia smartphone and looking forward to Jelly Bean? Bad news, then. It seems that Android 4.1 won't be making its way to Xperia devices until early 2013, according to Sony.
To jailbreak or not to jailbreak, that is the question. There are ways to get a jailbreak up and running for iOS 6 A4-powered devices that will fully work and install the unofficial appstore we know and love (Cydia), but they require a tethered approach.
Remember back when Mobile Magazine covered a Samsung patent regarding smell and the ability to shoot perfume? Apparently Samsung isn't the only one that is looking into such an option, now the Chaku Perfume Company is preparing its own “ChatPerf” accessory for use on the iPhone.
Wish you iPhone's flash capabilities had a little more oomph? Check out the unique Paparazzo concept device.
We recently reported that many iPhone 5 users are having problems with their new phones arriving with scuffs and dents. Unfortunately, the iPhone 5's problems don't end there. Apparently there is a keyboard issue, as well.
Fitbit seems committed to making their clip monitors even better and have now announced two new models. Thew new models are the FitBit One and the FitBit Zip.
It seems that a new HP device has shown up under the code-name Bender with HP branding as well. This device is a Qualcomm S4 dual-core Android smartphone.
Recently, Mobile Magazine reported that Motorola had plans to bring Jelly Bean to every device possible that was made in 2011 or later. While this was enough to get somewhat excited about, the biggest news was that Motorola promised that if it couldn't bring Jelly Bean to your 2011-2012 Motorola device it would instead give you an $100 credit towards a new Motorola device.
LG Chem might not be as well-known as its parent, but that doesn't mean the branch isn't important. A new development by the South Korean electronics company could have major potential down the road. What is it? A whole new form factor, a battery that is a wire.
On September 5th Nokia and Microsoft will unveil two new Windows Phone 8 devices at a special event. The working names for the two phones are the “Arrow” and the “Phi”.
Verizon hasn't been very receptive of Microsoft ever since the huge failure that was the Microsoft Kin, not to mention that even Verizon's WP efforts have proven to be less than profitable. Good news for those that like Windows, Verizon Wireless might be giving the boys at Redmond another chance with Windows Phone 8.
Instragram has recently updated to version 3.0, arguably one of the most epic versions of the app so far. What makes version 3.0 so compelling? A new feature called “Photo Maps” allows geotagged photos on a map to appear to various friends that a user is open to sharing them with.
The next generation Exynos 5 Dual mobile chip is shaping up to be one powerful monster. The Arm-based mobile CPU not only runs at speeds of 1.7GHz but also has a quad-core Mali-T604 GPU.
What if you could have an external battery that could expand and grow with your needs? That's what you get with the Exovolt Plus from EXOGEAR, billed as the world's first stackable battery pack.
It seems that Samsung is once again preparing for a special “Unpacked” Event, this time in Berlin. While many companies choose to use major events like CES, IFA and MWC for their unveils, recently Samsung has done its own thing and anytime an Unpacked event is announced we know a major announcement is just around the corner.
There was a time when even the smallest SSD drive could easily fetch you close to a thousand dollars, maybe even more. Today the price has dropped quite a bit, but we still have yet to see that many 'budget' flash options either, luckily this is all changing with the 2.5-inch Crucial V4 drive series.
One of the problems with the iPhone and iPad is that there is no expandable memory option. The Kingston Wi-Drive addresses this is a very unique way and it just so happens that you can now get one for up to 54% off.
Since Windows Phone 8 seems set on a course for change in the mobile universe its not surprising that there has been speculation of a Surface phone or even a RIM Windows Phone device
We can pretty safely assume that Apple is going to unveil the next iPhone this fall, but now anonymous "industry sources" have indicated that the so-called iPhone 5 will be boasting a quad core processor.
Want to get your hands on Google Now but not willing to wait for Jelly Bean to make its way over to your Android device? If you happen to have an Ice Cream Sandwich system, it is actually possible to get Google Now thanks to a newly discovered method by febycv, a user on the XDA Developers Forums.
There is something extraordinarily alien looking about the new Nexus Q media player. This odd shaped media player is a ball that plays music, movies and other social activities.
When the original Galaxy Note first arrived on scene there was a fair amount of buzz. Was the note a smartphone or was it a tablet? Samsung's Galaxy Note managed to blend both worlds together and in doing so created a unique yet useful smartphone device. Apparently they have no regrets and are preparing to do it all over again with a next-generation unit which will supposedly arrive in October to better compete against the next iPhone.
Recently the web has been ablaze with rumor and speculation regarding a big upcoming Microsoft announcement that was scheduled for Monday- which is now today. The wait is over, and it turns out that what was announced is part of the Microsoft Surface brand. No, this isn't another massive Surface table, it's a tablet.
Google's instant sharing system for the music and movies on your various devices makes Google Play quite useful, but the truth is that most of the more casual PC, tablet and smartphone users don't know just how useful Play can be. In order to solve that problem, Google has uploaded some pretty unique videos to the web in order to advertise its Google Play service and explain it in a very simple way.
Can you hear me now? We've all had the experience of dropped calls and loss of signal, but it looks like one way to get better cell phone reception is to open a special umbrella.
NFC technology is becoming more and more commonplace in today's smartphones, but the truth is that outside of mobile payment systems such as Google Wallet, they aren't really being put to full use. This could all change thanks to a new Samsung technology called TecTiles, which essentially are little packs of five stickers for $14.99 that are programmable and can be swiped by your NFC-equipped phone.
Bosch is introducing the Indego, a powerful robot lawnmower solution.
It's summer and many of us are headed to pools or beaches. What's better than lounging by a pool? How about listening to music while doing it. The downside is that there is always potential for damage to your electronics, that is unless you have a waterproof case like Grace Digital Audio's ECOXPRO Waterproof Speaker Case.
As smartphones grow in power, the ability for them to truly be used as substitutes for traditional laptops is certainly an option. There have been a few solutions to that end already, such as the Motorola Atrix or even the ASUS Padfone, but now we get something new, something very “Apple Air” looking, the ClamBook.
For $80 you can now get your hands on a smaller Bluetooth-based iPhone variant of the iCade Core, the iCade Mobile.
Matrox has now announced a new DS1 Thunderbolt docking station that brings plenty of ports to Macbook and Ultrabook users, using just one single Thunderbolt cable.
There have been dozens of controller accessories that add gamepad functionality to Android and iOS, but honestly, none of these have done much more than become simple novelties. Some of the more arcade style controllers have done okay, but again, none have become 'must have' accessories. Now, comes yet another accessory called Power A's Moga.
Want a low-cost $50 Android PC? That's exactly what VIA is now offering with their Android PC System (APC), which comes in at just 7-inches, featuring an ARM board that comes with a customized Android install.
At a special Samsung event in Europe, pictures of the revised Galaxy Note tablet have surfaced. Samsung has considerably revised the tablet compared to when we first saw it at MWC, retooling the design to make room for the stylus while also beefing the device up with a quad-core Exynos processor.
The Jetpack 890L has arrived, allowing Verizon users to share their 4G LTE connection on the go with up to 10 WiFi devices at once
We've all encountered this problem. You want to plug in your iPhone to charge, but it's dark and you can't see the port. The CordLite fixes that
Did you buy a BlackBerry 7 smartphone with the hope that you'd be able to upgrade to BlackBerry 10 when the new OS became available? Well, Research in Motion has effectively dashed that dream to pieces.
As I mentioned in my post last week, it's still a little murky as to whether the team in Waterloo will opt for a Torch-like slider form or a Bold-like bar phone for the keyboard-touting BB10 device, but it's just as likely that they could go in both directions
Looking to turn your iPad into a handy netbook? Logitech has you covered with its new ultrathin keyboard case that it announced earlier today. The new case is designed for both the iPad 2 and new iPad, giving you a thin screen protector that also has a built-in keyboard. Similarly to Apple's Smart Cover case, the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover uses a magnetic clip to secure its iPad. According to Logitech, there is no reason to worry about battery life on the keyboard because if you were to use it for about 2 hours a day it would still have enough juice to keep it running for about six months. Not half bad at all, I'd say.
Using your iPhone or any other device with a capacitive display is a real problem during cold winter conditions as the touchscreen won’t work if you are wearing gloves or mittens (or else you should be using the new iPad which makes sure that your hand stays really warm). Washington, DC-based inventor Alice Ning has a solution for the problem. Her TapCaps will allow you to use a capacitive screen while wearing any pair of gloves.
Amid a sea of millions of iDevice docks, Grace Digital has launched the FireDock, one of the first speaker docks specifically designed for Amazon's rather popular Kindle Fire tablet.
As a lowly sub-brand, Fido has always received just the table scraps from owner Rogers. Even though they originally indicated to the contrary, it looks like Rogers is now going to let its pet dog play in the LTE park too.
So what makes this system so unique and advanced? It can take a photograph or video feed image of a suspect, or other person of interest, and find them quickly with the ability to go through data of 36 million faces in just a second.
As cloud technologies continue to evolve, so does their potential. Imagine a world where all your electric devices can be easily managed, tracked, and even shut off directly from the cloud. That's exactly what Sony is aiming to do with its new Authentication Power Outlet system.
The never-ending wait for your vendor to update your phone or tablet to ICS seems to take forever doesn't it? If you are looking for at least a small taste of ICS features, Camera ICS has you covered.
Most people know about Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, but have you heard of Regis McKenna? McKenna was the mastermind behind the famous 1984 television commercial for Apple and he was the first ad and public relations guy. Looking back, he has some choice words to say.
Hacking, be it into bank cash machines or websites including social networking sites, is common as hackers find more ways to bypass the upgraded security systems. The results vary from inconvenience to confusion to loss of money among other serious implications. But none has been ones which cause real-life pain. Jack’s demonstration shows otherwise.
You thought the $199 Kindle Fire was a good deal? You thought OLPC was doing the right thing with cheap laptops? Archos is going even further with the announcement of the Child Pad, a seven-inch kid-friendly tablet that runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box.
As we get closer and closer to the unveiling of the Apple iPad 3, we're also starting to see more leaks of the components that will make up the next-generation tablet. And today, we're getting our first look at the supposed A5X processor that will power the upcoming iTablet.