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Kingston brings USB 3.0 product roadmap to CES

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Positioning themselves for the growth of USB 3.0, Flash drive leader Kingston Digital announced today a comprehensive suite of USB 3.0 Flash drive solutions.

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Xi3 Z3RO shares single Xi3 Modular Computer between multiple users

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For the basic computing requirements, the substantial growth in processor speeds over the last decade haven’t made that much of a difference. Xi3 is hoping to capitalize on this excess in speed with their new Xi2 Z3RO modular device. The Z3RO is designed to allow up to four individual users to share the power and functionality of a single Xi3 ...

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AppliedMicro takes NAS Systems beyond HD

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AppliedMicro used the CES venue to announce their complete consumer NAS systems designed to allow consumers to store, stream and share digital files across any converged device. Specifically designed for OEMs and ODMs, AppliedMicro NAS Systems will have the processing power, system design and software to evolve basic storage devices into next-generation multimedia servers.

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Lenovo IdeaPad U1 marries Android with Windows in 10-inch hybrid slate

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Las Vegas has seen its share of uncommon and strange weddings over the years, but at CES 2011 Lenovo is playing technology matchmaker with their new Android-slate/Windows-PC hybrid.

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Motion stakes out rugged tablet market space at CES2011

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The Motion CL900 is being touted as the first “ultra-light, rugged Tablet PC”. We’re not sure if this means it comes equipped with 4-wheel drive or a winch but Motion is definitely trying to define their market niche.

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Wow… SnapKeys 2i drops the keys from typing

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So we’re still not totally sure how it works, but SnapKeys 2i definitely caught our interest at CES 2011. Using only four imaginary letter keys and one hell of an advanced word prediction engine, SnapKeys hopes to change the way people type on their smartphones and tablets forever.

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Sprint launches EVO Shift at CES

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Running on the 4G network, EVO Shift and its predecessor are both lightning fast but HTC has sacrificed a few things to bring us this slimmed-down version. The 3.6” captive-touch screen display is still large enough but trimmed down from the original EVO’s 4.3”. This sacrifice may have been made in part to accommodate a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a feature not offered on the original EVO.

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ASUS unveils new Eee family of tablets at CES

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Surprising no one with a technology pulse, tablets are big at this year’s CES. So with damn near everyone and their grandmother showing off what they’ve been working on over the last year, it’s advisable that your product better be among the sleekest if you want to get noticed.

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iHome debuts wireless iW1 speaker system at CES 2011

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Debuting at CES 2011 this week, iHome has just revealed the iW1 Wireless Speaker System with AirPlay. Music can be wirelessly streamed to the iW1 using AirPlay.

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Clickfree makes computer backups wireless

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Clickfree, the innovators on the cutting edge of backup technology, have made backing-up multiple computers even easier for both home and office users. Leveraging your wireless network connection, Clickfree allows users to backup as many Window and Mac computers as necessary with their new Clickfree Wireless product.

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Freescale’s new i.MX 6 processors to make quad core smartphones

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In the on-going quest to do more with less, Freescale Semiconductor continues to deliver what we need to power our mobiles, tablets, and other infotainment appliances. The Austin-based manufacturers have announced the launch of their i.MX 6 series of quad-, dual- and single-core applications processors for 2011.

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Xerox gets intuitive with Smart Document Review multitouch surface device

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Part of the over-abundance in paper documents could easily be attributed to Xerox, and like any real problem its solution ought to be exploited for profit. Enter the Xerox “smart document” touchscreen tabletop display.

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CardSharp: the credit card that transforms into a knife

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On this year’s “must-have” list for the gadget-lover close to your heart we’ve been intrigued by design house Iain Sinclair’s wallet collection. While our inner-geeks love the wallet-sized HD and 3D cameras, the CardSharp utility knife is equally exquisite. Designed to be stored in your wallet, the knife is the dimensions of a credit card, but with three little folds it transforms into the utility knife you see before you.

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Hitachi Travelstar superslim 500GB mobile hard drive is just 7mm

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Hitachi has upped the ante for hard-drive manufacturers going into 2011 with their new line of Travelstar hard-drives, cramming 500GB into a 7mm package.

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Google Maps 5 adds 3D vectors

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Google Maps 5 has three key new features that truly redesigns the product’s usefulness: 3D building rendering, vector-based map drawing and offline reliability. The 3D rendering is really amazing and definitely the headliner on this roll-out

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