BlackBerry PlayBook tablet teaser video

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Well, we can garner one certain thing from this video by RIM featuring their newly unveiled BlackBerry Playbook, they want it to be everything. Projecting the BlackBerry Tablet OS on coffee tables, walls, textbook covers and vintage vinyl cabinets leads me to believe RIM wants the PlayBook to replace everything and anything we can think of.

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BlackBerry Playbook tablet by RIM unveiled, WiFi only in 2011

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RIM has today announced the BlackBerry Playbook tablet running on the newly revealed BlackBerry Tablet OS. The Adobe Flash touting PlayBook is doing everything Apple missed in their first round, but with millions of units already sold, Apple isn’t breaking a sweat yet. The PlayBook has dual HD cameras for the highest-quality video conferencing available from any handheld device.

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ElcomSoft WiFi cracking system for laptops released

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Wireless packet sniffing can be done for various reasons, white hat or black. But we’ll lean towards the noble C-level security officer within your organization who keeps things running tight and secure. And for that particular individual, Elcomsoft has released their Wireless Security Auditor WiFi software that can crack WAP/WPA2 PSK passwords, intercept data packets, and locate wireless networks all from a simple to use single interface.

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Verbatim’s Clip-it USB drive keeps flash memory designs fresh

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After a good attempt at every iteration possible USB drives tend to be just that, USB drives. Well, leave it to the design team over at Verbatim to keep things interesting. They’ve come out with a Clip-it line of USB drives, which basically do just that, clip on to things like a paper clip. You can clip it to your tie, business cards, pocket protector, heck you can clip it anywhere you want.

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Netflix Canada for iPad review

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Netflix for Canada has launched today, giving access to unlimited movies and TV shows streamed right to your device for just $7.99 a month. The service is available to PCs, Macs, PS3, Wii, iOS devices (iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch) and even Samsung and Toshiba Blu-ray disc players. Netflix plans to add streaming support to XBOX 360 later this fall, VIZIO and Insignia Blu-ray players down the road, as well as Internet TVs from Samsung and Apple TV.

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3M Shoot ‘N Share combines pico projector and 720p video camcorder

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The pico projector concept has been hovering around for some time now, although a great idea, how practical its uses are remain to be seen. Despite this, 3M has announced the Shoot ’N Share, a 720p MP4 video camera that will project a paltry 640 x 480 picture on to a wall or screen.

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Casio EX-H20G hybrid GPS camera Geotags indoors

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When you take a photograph with a GPS-enabled camera the location is logged by its ability to connect to the overhead satellites. This is logical, but what happens when you’re indoors? Unfortunately, you won’t have any location data, until today. Casio has revealed their EX-H20G point and shooter that can log the geographic location (geotag) even indoors.

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Addonics’ five drive redundant RAID enclosure is ultra-compact, uses 2.5″ drives

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Most RAID boxes out there use 3.5-inch drives, the 2.5-inch drive models which are typically used in notebooks, netbooks and portable harddrives don’t get used beyond that. There are some dual 2.5-inch RAID enclosures out there, but none can claim to the five drive capacity that Addonics’ latest Compact RAID enclosure supports

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Viewsonic’s G Tablet runs Android 2.2 froyo, costs $529

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Don’t confuse Viewsonic’s recently revealed G Tablet with the ViewPad we saw at IFA. This is an entirely different unit running Nvidia’s Tegra 2 chipset with Android 2.2 Froyo on board. Froyo you say? Yes, even after Google specifically announced that Froyo is not optimized for tablets.

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