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Nokia Play To gives DLNA capabilities to your Symbian phones

06/03/2011, If you’re tired of carrying around your HDMI or TV output cable with you every time you want to share content from your phone onto your friend’s TVs, we have some good news for you. Nokia has just released the Nokia Play To app which gives...

Nintendo 3DS offers free Wi-Fi access in the US

06/02/2011, Who would have thought that one day, you will be able to access the Internet on a handheld console? That surely wasn’t the case when the Game Boy Color came out, featuring blocky graphics with the wave of Pokemon to push sales of the device to...

Nintendo teams up with Best Buy to improve the 3DS experience

05/17/2011, According to reports, Nintendo and Best Buy have struck a deal to turn Best Buy stores into places for folks with the 3DS to hang out in. Starting this June, Best Buy will be offering free wireless access to 3DS owners inside 1,000 of their stores....

Elgato HDHomeRun turns every computer in your house into a TV

05/16/2011, Elgato has just released a dual network tuner that allows users to watch HDTV wirelessly on a Mac or a PC. Called the HDHomeRun, all users have to do is attach the device to a TV antenna or digital cable and it’s ready to wirelessly stream content...

Belkin N750DB “Uber” Router Available In May

04/26/2011, Belkin has announced that its N750DB router would be available in the next couple of weeks. The Belkin N750DB is the brand’s top of the line router and has features such as multiple antennas, multiple wireless bands, USD ports, wireless printing,...

HTC App said to offer hidden Wi-Fi network support in WP7

04/14/2011, Windows Phone 7 users would have found out by now that they find it difficult to select a Wi-Fi network to join if it remains hidden from view, but the good people over at HTC have provided a fix thanks to the Hidden Wi-Fi app. This is a free download,...

Samsung Galaxy Tab (WiFi-only) on sale now

04/12/2011, One of the reasons about why the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet didn’t do so well in the US has been because of its high price especially because it was tied down to a contract, and for folks with tether-capable phones or no use for 3G on the...

Conspin Andi-One – the world’s first Android universal remote

04/11/2011, Android can be pretty much adapted to work on any sort of device – from phones to tablets and even car stereos, there’s one more to add to the list of devices – universal remotes. Conspin, a home theater and electronics manufacturer has merged...

Sprint Novatel MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot available soon

04/05/2011, Sprint has just announced the availability of the new Novatel MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot up for sale on their network. Enabling up to 5 WiFi-enabled devices to connect to Sprint’s 3G/4G network anywhere there’s coverage in the US. For folks who...

Wi-Fi Alliance aims to improve public hotspots

03/22/2011, Don’t you just hate it when every time you go to a different shop or public area; you have to enter different logins just to connect to the public network? Well, the Wi-Fi Alliance has just announced a new certification program that will make things...

Sprint introduces Sierra Wireless Overdrive Pro 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot

03/17/2011, Sprint has just added a new addition to its lineup of mobile hotspot devices. Called the Wireless Overdrive Pro from Sierra, this mobile hotspot gives Sprint users 3G/4G connectivity to their WiFi devices. A successor to the first Overdrive Pro, this new...

WiFi-only Motorola Xoom Android tablet to arrive on March 27

03/16/2011, After being spotted in a leaked Staples’ advertisement, Motorola has officially announced the launch of the Motorola Xoom WiFi, confirming the spot on dates and pricing previously stated. The Honeycomb (Android 3.0) tablet that’s been...

Twitter beefs up security by enabling HTTPS

03/16/2011, It took the folks over at Twitter long enough to beef up their security. The micro-blogging service has just announced that they will be offering an optional “always on” HTTPS setting to its users. If you constantly use Twitter on unsecured...