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Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver

12/16/2009, Belkin has just announced its Bluetooth Music Receiver, which allows you to stream the tunes from your iPhone to a stereo that has the device plugged into it. Of course, you’re not confined to the iPhone, as any Bluetooth 2.0 music streaming device...

Enermax Acrylux Keyboard

12/15/2009, Looking for a sleek and classy looking keyboard to match your shiny new computer? Well, you’ll want to check out the Enermax Acrylux keyboard in that case. It’s available in wired and wireless versions, which you can check out at...

TeliaSonera Launches First Commercial 4G Network

12/14/2009, The folks over at TeliaSonera must certainly be proud of themselves, especially since they’re the first network in the world to offer a commercial 4G service. The service is currently available in both Stockholm in Sweden and Oslo Norway. In case...

Verizon Outage In Midwest And California?

12/14/2009, In light of the recent spat between Verizon and AT&T, this latest outage by Verizon might seem a tad ironic. Verizon subscribers over in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and California have been reported network issues, and there is speculation that this...

Wireless Waterproof Shower Speaker

12/12/2009, As we all (should) know, iPods and water don’t like each other, so if you’re looking for some music to go with your shower, we wouldn’t advise you to bring your iPod into the shower. So what do you do? Well, you could use the Wireless...

WiGig Alliance Looking To Faster Wireless

12/10/2009, Will out laptops be sporting WiGig standards in the future? Well, the folks over at the WiGig alliance certainly hope so, and they’ve finally completed the unified specification. Based on the specs, the speeds will be able to hit 7Gbps, which is a...

Planex CQW-MRB Wireless Router

12/07/2009, If you’ve been looking out for a new router, Planex has just released its latest autonomous router, the CQW-MRB, which is a router that supports wireless B, G and N, sporting a USB port as well. Thanks to the USB port, you’ll be able to...

Intouch IT7150 wireless Internet frame

11/23/2009, Giant International’s Intouch IT7150 wireless Internet frame could prove to be the perfect gift choice this holiday season regardless of the recipient’s age – after all, who doesn’t want to have their favorite memories dance across...

Yamaha MCR-140 micro-component music system for iPod

11/16/2009, Yamaha has released its MCR-140 micro-component music system for the iPod, but it is still able to handle the venerable CD format alongside MP3s played off a USB flash drive when plugged into the front-panel USB port. Should you run out of your choice of...

Wireless Keyboard HTPC Remote

11/12/2009, The Wireless Keyboard HTPC Remote does look like a kind of cellphone at first glance, but this remote controls your computer with a built-in QWERTY keyboard and a touchpad for easy navigation, although we would like to have seen larger keys. It works with...

802.11n access point arrives at the FCC

11/06/2009, Our friends at the FCC have gotten their mittens on a new AN0100 802.11n AP, and although there is no instruction manual available or whether this is the crucial missing link required for streaming networked media to the TV via a TiVo set, we’re...

$45 Unlimited Wireless Service From Walmart

10/14/2009, Walmart gets its business by providing discount goods, and now it’s going to do the same for wireless services by coming up with its own flavor of wireless service, called Straight Talk. Plans start from $30/month and $45 for unlimited talk, text...

Powermat to arrive next week

10/05/2009, The Powermat device that is capable of juicing up up to a trio of low-power electronic devices sans wires simultaneously will be arriving in the UK on October 15th, coming in a couple of versions where one is meant for the home/office environment, while...

Sony Powers TV Wirelessly

10/03/2009, It looks like mankind has taken another baby step towards our goal of getting wireless power. This latest bit of news points that Sony has prototyped a system which is able to transmit up to 60W of power to a TV located 50cm away, not sure enough for it...