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ION keyboard for iPhone gives you squinters a break


ION has announced full-size keyboard that connects to your iPhone designed for those travelers who want to use a large keyboard when writing emails, texting or surfing the web. I'm not sure how well it will fly with the younger generation of iPhone users.

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Ford Sync gets update, MyFord Touch driver interface is sweet


Ford has updated its Sync technology and made a new driver interface and dashboard design called myFord Touch where it had its debut at CES 2010.

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Casio hybrid GPS camera prototype with triple-axis accelerometer


Casio has revealed its first compact digital camera and integrated ‘Hybrid GPS' with the announcement of the Exilim EX-H10HG; basically a modified Exilim EX-H10 prototype camera.

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Nanosys Nanotechnology will make beautiful LED colors


Nanosys is going to make the colors of LED displays more vivid and colorful using their new coating technique in LED-backlit screens.

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VIDEO: Qualcomm Mirasol display technology, the future of eBooks?


Qualcomm's Mirasol display technology has the potential to upend the e-book reader market, and possibly cause some issues for the LCD-based slate PCs.

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HTC Droid Eris gets the smallest update ever


The HTC Droid Eris has come out with one of the smallest updates ever; it is designed to fix just one bug. ROM version 1.17.605.1 is making its way to you via the phone's over-the-air update mechanism, fixing an intermittent bad signal indicator when bringing it out of standby.

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Airnergy promises charging over Wi-Fi for your gadgets


One company thinks it can take charging our gadgets to the next level – by pulling power out of thin air. Airnergy, from RCA is harnessing small amounts of the signals that are being broadcast by wireless internet.

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Inbrics M1 is a super slim sexy Android slider


Inbrics has been behind the scenes working their M1, this Android-powered smartphone with Wi-Fi 802.11 an AMOLED touchscreen, which slides aside to reveal a QWERTY keyboard has probably got everything you would need . What's particularly stunning about the phone is that it is only half an inch thick.

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Android Lock defeated by ‘back’ button


Attention Droid owners, Android OS version 2.0.1 has a flaw that makes it possible to bypass the phone’s screen-lock security mechanism. The security feature requires users to input a particular pattern using the onscreen dots before they can access most of the phone’s features.

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Etymotic mc3 moving coil headphones with classic sound, affordable price


Etymotic has been making high-end earphones for years, this year at the CES they are showcasing its more affordable line of moving-coil based headphones.

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inPulse smartwatch for Blackberry gets you updates on your wrist


We are in so many situations where having to pull out our phones to check for a message is just not possible or even appropriate. Have you ever missed a call because you didn’t hear your phone ringing or couldn’t feel the vibration?

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SUSE Moblin comes preloaded on the MSI U135 netbook


The SUSE Moblin is supposed to be the most user-friendly Linux netbook option for consumers. It comes pre-loaded with Novell's SUSE Moblin OS, a 10-inch screen, 1.66GHz Atom N450 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a 250GB hard drive.

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Pixel Qi’s Transflective LCD kills e-Ink


It’s just one screen with multiple modes - a bright full color LCD, reflective E-Ink black and white quality, and transflective LCD mode. That's pretty damn amazing if you ask me.

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iRiver Smart HD, small, sharp, with plenty going for it


iRiver has introduced the K1 at CES 2010. The K1 is just the company’s internal product codename, it will be sold as the iRiver Smart HD. The gadget features a 3.5-inch screen, 480 × 320 pixel resolution with 16 million colors and sharper image quality

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Casio’s XJ-A series portable projectors are sexy for the environment and your boardroom table


The XJ-S57 is smaller than a sheet of letter-sized paper easily fitting in a briefcase or laptop bag. It’s environmentally friendly being Merucury-free.

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