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Samsung Develops A Dual-Core 1GHz Processor For Mobile Devices

09/07/2010, Samsung has announced that they’ve come up with a new dual-core Applications Processor (AP) that is based on ARM Cortex A9, codenamed Orion. The chip is clocked at 1GHz and will enable manufacturers to come up with devices that are looking for some...

Google Sends Out Invites For September 8th Event

09/07/2010, Google has sent out some pretty looking invites to members of the press, promising to show off Google’s latest technological innovation and giving us an inside look at the evolution of Google search. It wasn’t specifically mentioned what would...

Samsung To Increase Its AMOLED Production Capacity By Tenfold

09/06/2010, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Samsung Mobile Display will be using Samsung’s new $2.1 billion factory (that is currently in construction) to increase its display production. If you’ve been keeping up with the news, you’ll...

$70 3D Shot Cam Takes Simple 3D Pictures

09/06/2010, Can’t afford to buy a full-fledged 3D camera? Perhaps a simpler version of a 3D camera might suit you, as Takara Tomy has announced its 3D Shot Cam, which is a simple photo camera that is armed with two lenses. It’ll set you back $70 when it...

Google Wave Offered As ‘Wave in a Box’

09/03/2010, Google Wave tried to be the next big thing and didn’t quite make it, but that doesn’t mean that all that effort is going down the drain when Google decided to shut it down. Google has promised to keep Wave alive at least until the end of the...

Laser Powered Helicopter Paves The Way For Space Elevators

09/03/2010, There’s something about lasers that seems to appeal to everybody, and now LaserMotive has managed to use a few watts of laser power to keep a 22-gram model helicopter hovering for about an hour. While we can easily think of all sorts of mischief...

New Jersey Planning to Add WiFi to Trains

09/03/2010, Following New York’s WiFi plans for Internet access to train commuters, New Jersey is now asking companies to submit bids to provide Internet hotspots on trains and rail stations so passengers can browse the web, access email, and stream audio and...

Samsung’s 50-Inch 3D Plasma TV Breaks $1,000 Price Barrier

09/03/2010, Samsung’s 50-inch 3D plasma screen television set will be sold at Best Buy for under $1,000, making it the first time that a 3D plasma has dipped below $1K in the U.S. The TV, model PN50C490B3D, will go for $990 at the electronics retailer and will...

Toshiba Introduces Lumileo P100 Pico Projector

09/03/2010, It looks like Toshiba is joining the pico projector race by offering a pocketable, portable projector that can images up to 65-inches in a darkened room. Toshiba’s offering is called the Lumileo P100 and is a compact device, measuring in at 116 x 50...

Netgear And Roku Partner To Come Up With The Roku XD Player

09/03/2010, The folks at Roku must be working overtime as another Roku device has surfaced at the FCC, though this time the device is made by Netgear. It’s labeled the Roku XD Player, bearing the model number NTV250, featuring 802.11 b/g/n, HDMI, composite, and...

LaCie Brings Ultra Compact MosKeyto USB Stick to Laptops

09/02/2010, LaCieLaCie is back at it again, and this time the company’s rolling out its MosKeyto line of USB drives, which are ultra compact and will barely protrude from your laptop’s USB port. According to the company, the USB memory stick will only...

Study Finds 72 Percent of Adults Now Texting in U.S.

09/02/2010, The number of texters have increased in America, and the latest study finds that 72 percent of adults in the U.S. are now texting. Some are citing the higher prices of a la carte pay as you go texting options and the lower prices of unlimited texting...