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T-Mobile’s Blackberry Torch 9810 training underway

10/19/2011, Back in early October, a leaked T-Mobile roadmap showed a RIM device which was codenamed the “Dumoine”, and it was scheduled for a release on the 9th of November. This device is none other than the Blackberry Torch 9810 and if you’re looking for...

iOS 5 and iCloud training commences – iPhone 5 launch near?

09/06/2011, Great news for those of you awaiting for news about the next generation iPhone’s launch – it might be happening sooner than you think. While no invitations have been sent out for any special Apple event yet, it has been reported that iOS 5 and...

Wattbike measures how much power you generate during cycling

06/16/2011, If you’ve always wondered about how much power you produce whenever you’re cycling, you won’t have to wonder anymore. (In case you were wondering, cyclists do measure their power output as a way to compare their skills and to measure their growth...

Sprint Motorola Xoom and Nexus S 4G arriving in early May?

04/21/2011, The folks over at Engadget have managed to get their hands on a screenshot showing an internal schedule for Sprint employees, and it reveals some interesting details. On April 25 (which is in a few days), training for the Motorola Xoom Android tablet and...

Punching Pro gives you a nonstop workout

04/12/2011, A fitness-nut/draftsman named Kris Tressider was getting bored with sparring against a punching bag during his daily workouts and so he decided to take things into his own hands. Instead of going to a gym for a sparring partner like most people would, he...

UFC Personal Trainer puts the fit back into video gaming

04/07/2011, If you thought that video games were all designed to keep your butts glued to the couch – well you’re wrong. THQ and Zuffa have announced that they will be expanding the UFC video gaming portfolio over to the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii later this year....

SimQuest to release open-incision surgical simulator

03/29/2011, While they say practice makes perfect but in the realm of surgery, you don’t really have a lot to practice with. What surgeons in training have to practice on right now are live patients or animals, and usually living things are not subjects you...

Secret Service to train with video games

01/26/2011, The US Secret Service has recently announced that they will be including video games in their training methods. The Secret Service have been using tabletop simulations for more than 40 years and this upgrade to modern technology is a significant change...

Dealers offering MyFord Touch tutorial sessions for owners

01/21/2011, To many of us tech-loving folks, fiddling with the new MyFord Touch system isn’t too big a deal, since the controllers allow you to navigate through simple, color-coded menus and such. Of course, there are other folks who are having trouble adapting to...

Corsuit could improve your swimming prowess

12/27/2010, Remember the Speedo swimsuit fiasco that happened some time back during the Olympics, where all Speedo-sponsored swimmers tend to clock far better times than the rest of the competition because of the suit that they wear? Well, the Corsuit isn’t...

Haptic Feedback Tools To Help With Laparoscopic Surgery Training

07/27/2010, Laparoscopic gastric banding is a surgical treatment for morbid obesity, and apparently the most important factor in the success of this operation is the hands of the surgeon. He’ll need plenty of proficiency and skill to do the necessary inside the...

Video Of McDonalds’ Nintendo DSi Training

04/19/2010, You might remember a little while back we reported that McDonalds was using Nintendo’s DS gaming console to train its employees. While it’s a cute concept, you might have been curious as to how such a franchise would use a gaming console to...