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Iongrid Nexus Enterprise Cracks BYOD

11/15/2011, IonGrid just launched Nexus Enterprise, a solution that securely streams documents from an Enterprise server to an iPad, and it does so while preserving the original rendering of the document (it’s not as common as you’d think). While this may...

Nine Connections: Smart News Delivery Application – Private Beta

11/15/2011, Content curation and news reader applications are created by the dozen every day, to address the need of filtering online content in a better way that what Google can offer. Knowing that humans are smart in part because they are lazy, creating automated...

Trend Micro SafeSync Updated

11/15/2011, Trend Micro has just introduced a new version of SafeSync, a service that lets users sync and share files from their PC to their mobile devices, or with other people. This new version of SafeSync includes a new user interface (UI) which includes a drag...

SPAR Zephyr Wireless Speaker

11/15/2011, SPAR has just launched ZEPHYR, a very nicely designed family of Bluetooth speakers built to be a companion for mobile devices. Of course, this may remind you of the Jambox, but Zephyr comes with a twist: it can charge your phone as well. That makes sense...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE + Free Galaxy S2 Bundle

11/14/2011, Samsung and AT&T have just announced that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 with LTE will be available from AT&T on November  20. The twist however, is that AT&T customer who purchase a Galaxy Tab 8.9 with LTE (and a 2-yr contract) will receive a...

NVIDIA Quad SLI with Intel X79 Chipset

11/14/2011, NVIDIA is taking advantage of the new Intel X79 chipset to provide what the company calls a “significantly” faster SLI* experience. With X79, 3-way SLI is up to 29% faster (according to NVIDIA) but gamers who can afford it can now get a...

AMD Opteron 6200 CPU Has 16 Cores

11/13/2011, By launching its 16-Core Opteron processor, AMD makes history. It introduces the first 16-Core CPU running on the X86 micro-architecture. Based on the most recent AMD core design called “Bulldozer”, the Opteron 6200 is expected to run 25%-30%...

Samsung WiFi Camera for Surveillance

11/08/2011,   Samsung announced its new WiFi camera at CES Unveiled. The Samsung WiFi camera can be used for surveillance or as a baby monitor. Samsung claims that the set up is super easy unlike other surveillance solutions, with only one push on the Wi-Fi...

Panasonic ToughPad Android-Powered Rugged Tablet

11/07/2011, Since Panasonic is well known for its ToughBook lineup of ultra rugged laptops that can survive the craziest weather conditions and environments, it comes as no surprise that the company has designed two Android-powered rugged tablets (7” and 10”) to...

Swann FreeStyle HD Wearable Video Camera

11/07/2011, If you love extreme sports and crave to show off your stunts to your friends, this is the perfect gadget to get for you. Swann unveiled its first wearable HD video camera with a detachable LCD viewer and 3X digital zoom. Enclosed in a sturdy case, the...

Is the New Nook Tablet Worth $50 More Than Kindle Fire?

11/07/2011, Taking a page from Apple’s “if ain’t broke don’t fix” iPhone 4S product design school, Barnes & Noble this morning introduced its new Nook Tablet, which is nearly identical to the original Nook Color, and priced at the...

HP Wireless TV Connect

11/07/2011, HP is refreshing its HP Wireless TV Connect introduced in September last year. Basically, it is a similar technology then Intel WiDi except that it allows people who own computers that do not feature the WiDi chip (integrated to last generation Intel Core...

HP TouchSmart 620 3D PC

11/07/2011, HP has been very prolific with its HP TouchSmart All-in-One PC lineup, launching the new 320, 420 and 520 last September. The HP TouchSmart 620-1080 3D is an upgrade of the HP TouchSmart 610 introduced in May 2011, it boats a 23-inch 3D display that...