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Logitech Launches New Portable Speakers, One Specifically for the iPod


It’s a mobile world out there and Logitech sure knows it as it launches two new portable speakers – the mm50 model, geared specifically for the iPod, and the mm28 model, an ultra thin speaker that uses flat panel technology. The mm50 portable speaker is expected to hit stores in September for US $149.99. It’s a plug-n-play speaker for easy ...

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TicTalk Mobile Phone for Kids is Educational


Enfora and LeapFrog have signed a licensing agreement that will integrate five famous LeapFrog educational games into the TicTalk mobile phone. With over 400 school skills in first through sixth grade main subject areas such as math, spelling, social studies and science are covered in the games. The TicTalk mobile phone was designed by Enfora to cater to parents’ needs ...

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5th Generation Apple iPods Expected to Sport Apple Scroll-Wheels


Apple has been focusing heavily on its iPods. Ever since Apple established a separate division for the iPod product line, engineers have been hard at work on two main items; expanding its line of digital music players and narrowing its component outsourcing activities. By reducing its dependence on third parties in producing the iPod, Apple aims to have more control ...

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MP4 Player Zvue Gets a Price Drop to Hike Sales


In a bid to spur sales of its MP4 player, Handheld Entertainment has lowered the retail price of their 128MB Zvue from US $149.95 to US $99.95. The price drop coincides with the firm’s retail distribution expansion to over 1,000 retail outlets nationwide. The Zvue is quite small actually, just about the size of a deck of cards, yet it ...

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Snore Stopper Snoring Zapper Ships


So why does one snore in the first place? Snoring takes place when the muscles of the throat, tongue and soft palate relax too much during deep sleep. As a result, the tissue sags and narrows down the air passage. You then have to breathe more forcefully to get air and this causes the tissue at the back of the ...

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Gigabyte Communications Unveils the g-X5 Slider Mobile Handset in Taiwan


Gigabyte Communications, the popular motherboard manufacturer, is bringing the Taiwanese market their first mobile handset, the Gigabyte g-X5. The handset is a stylish piano black slider handset that supports GSM 900/1800/1900Mhz bands, and features a 2.6 million color TFT display along with a megapixel camera (1152 x 864 resolution). In a sea of mobile devices, the Gigabyte g-x5 tries to ...

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Boeing’s Connexion Wi-Fi Service Takes Off


If you intend to work while on your next flight and wish to send files, check email, chat or surf the web, then make sure you are flying aboard a Boeing 737-400 plane. The Boeing planes will now offer Wi-Fi service that enables you to access the Internet features you are used to at home or at the office, even ...

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Acer Extends Tablet PC Line with TravelMate C310


Acer America introduces a new addition to its family of TravelMate Tablet PCs, the TravelMate C310, which is a fully convertible laptop and Tablet computer. Indeed, with the C310, you can work just about anywhere you like because its design enables you to use it as a fully functional laptop with a full-sized keyboard or as a Tablet PC with ...

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Canon Unveils the SELPHY CP600 Portable Photo Lab


We have so many mobile devices that can capture our moments in our lives, but when it comes down to it all, nothing beats holding a real photo in your hand. Canon’s new SELPHY CP600 does exactly that, you can print your pictures anywhere and anytime directly from your mobile phone or digital camera. With the SELPHY CP600 portable photo ...

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Symbol Technologies Introduces the MC1000 Mobile Computer for SMBs


Symbol Technologies has not forgotten the SMB segment and as such has brought to market the Symbol MC1000 Rugged Mobile Computer. The Windows-CE based entry level mobile device is geared towards the retail and manufacturing segments – those who do a lot of bar code scanning and data entry, including inventory management, stock checking, and delivery confirmation. Apart from Windows ...

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DVD Players Poised to Go Mobile


It’s a mobile world out there and people simply want their dose of entertainment wherever they are, whenever they want. As it is, people are already watching DVDs in their cars, in trains, in-flight, on laptops and on portable DVD players. Following are some industry trends we’ve noticed catering to this entertainment-to-go concept. According to Inc.’s Automotive Information Center, 22 ...

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Mobile Video Fails to Please


A recent mobile phone subscriber survey conducted by In-Stat US shows that one in eight subscribers showed interest in buying mobile video services from their wireless carrier. The interest may indeed be there, but the survey called Mobile Video Services – Perched at the Brink, also shows that two-thirds of the survey respondents are not yet ready for video services ...

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Belkin Wireless G Travel Router Shares Hotels Internet over Wireless


The Wireless G Travel Router is a pocket-sized gizmo (just about the size of your palm) that allows you to wirelessly share your hotel’s wired or wireless broadband internet connection. This is an excellent tool to save money when you need an connection in a conference or somewhere else in the hotel, some of them charge up wards to $350 ...

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Mobile Gaming Helmet makes Safety Fun for Kids


So your child does not want to wear a safety helmet inside the car eh? Maybe this new helmet developed by amateur inventor Michael P. Fleming will make your kid change his mind. Actually, there is no child safety gadget designed specifically for the head protection of kids inside cars but Fleming, a Houston lawyer by profession, is convinced that ...

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Motorola RAZR V3x unveiled for US Market


On Motorola’s US website you will see the addition of the RAZR V3x which is said to be a variation of the Motorola V1150 that was launched at CeBIT this year. A quick rundown of its features reveals that the V3x is a 3G mobile phone. As such, many are speculating that it is using the HSDPA standard, which Cingular ...

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