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Verizon Wireless and Payfone to launch new payment system

06/13/2011, Verizon Wireless and Payfone have just announced that they will be working together to bring a new mobile payment system to Verizon Wireless customers. Though details are scarce at the moment, they mentioned that the service will allow Verizon Wireless...

Mad Catz Wireless Force Feedback Wheel

06/08/2011, Mad Catz has just announced yet another gaming peripheral for the masses, where this one will take the wireless route just like many other devices these days. Known as the Mad Catz Wireless Force Feedback Wheel, it will be available for the Xbox 360...

Official Microsoft Xbox 360 steering wheel goes wireless

06/06/2011, You don’t need a fortune teller to tell you that wires are slowly but surely becoming extinct in today’s modern world. And today, Microsoft has just announced that its official Xbox 360 steering wheel is going to cut the cord as well....

Kingston Wi-Drive is a wireless SSD

06/03/2011, For folks looking to leave behind the hassles of wires, Kingston’s new Wi-Drive might catch your attention. This solid state drive had been designed to provide users with an easy to use, wireless storage device for smartphones and tablets. The drive...

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...

Wireless electric car charging system inches towards reality

05/27/2011, We know that small consumer electronics devices these days are able to be juiced up without the need for wires and unnecessary cables, but how about something larger? No, we aren’t talking about a HDTV, but have our sights set on an even bigger...

Ubiquitous iRemoTap lets you control turn off your devices remotely

05/24/2011, Ubiquitous, recently demonstrated the iRemoTap at the Embedded Systems Expo – a smart power strip that has a WiFi connection which allows users to monitor and control the power usage on their laptops or mobile devices. Working just like a regular power...

NVIDIA buys Icera, a baseband chipmaker, for $367M

05/09/2011, NVIDIA has just announced the acquisition of a baseband chipmaker called Icera. The company makes the “baseband”, or communications processor that talks to the cell towers. Icera customers include heavyweight Nokia and ZTE. Other system on a...

Toyota and WiTricity to create cars that can charge wirelessly

04/28/2011, Toyota and WiTricity have announced that they will be collaborating together to work on a way to practically apply automotive wireless charging systems and to promote its widespread use. WiTricity, a corporation that’s known for its wireless...

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,...

Sony MDR-DS6500 wireless headphones give you 7.1ch surround sound

04/19/2011, Sony has just announced the introduction of their new MDR-DS6500 digital surround headphones. Aimed at the audiophile looking for the ultimate audio immersive experience who doesn’t want to spend so much money decking out their living rooms with...