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Zorro Macsk Gives Your iMac Touchscreen Functionality

Ever wish your iMac had multitouch functionality similar to your iPhone or iPad? Well there have always been ways to do that but most of them were fairly expensive (ranging from $899 and up) . The product Zorro Macsk allows you to give your iMac multi-touch capabilities for only $199. Is it fool-proof? Not at all, […]

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Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves

We have all been in this situation before: It’s cold as brick outside and your phone goes off. If your wearing gloves then this is a situation of life and death. Fumbling around trying to remove a glove, check your phone, put the glove back on, then go about your business can get nasty. These Mujjo touchscreen […]

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Orange to finally launch LG GD910 watch phone next month

More interesting news from the UK today as it looks like LG’s would-be-highly-anticipated-if-not-for-the-insanely-high-rumored-price-tag GD910 watch phone is set to become a reality next month. Orange has reportedly confirmed that LG’s Dick Tracy-esque wrist gear will hit store shelves some time in August as an exclusive, though Orange exclusivity will only be for “a limited time”. The […]

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Video: How to Fix an iPhone Screen

I am trying to get more “how-to’s” for you guys so here goes a collection of videos I found over on youtube from GetterScott. If you have any questions feel free to ask here of on his Youtube account page. He fixes the iPhone screen pretty well (Almost as well as me). Pretty good videos… […]

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First Look: Microsoft Zune HD gets official

Okay guys its offical, the Zune HD is real and is slated to drop this fall. From What I hear the spec’s are : – 3.3 inch 480 x 272 OLED capacitive touchscreen display, built-in HD Radio receiver, HD output (requires an optional dock), Wi-Fi, integrated web browser, multitouch support and Xbox LIVE integration. Attendees […]

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Samsung’s First Android Phone Creeps Closer to Release

The Samsung i7500, the company’s first Android handset, was recently approved by the FCC, which means we’re that much closer to seeing the Android line fleshed out a bit. Like the G1, the i7500 is T-Mobile only for now, and the specs haven’t changed from the first announcement. Having passed this hurdle, the i7500 will […]

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Straight from Singapore, the Samsung i7500 gets captured on video

Samsung’s first Android-powered offering just got some pretty thorough hands on treatment in Singapore. The folks at Tech65 give us a nice 7 minute look at the design of the i7500 in all of its Android-powered glory. With its bezel and brushed metal buttons, the i7500 has a design that seems to to appear on […]

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Samsung reportedly prepping Omnia Pro for a July release

This one lies deep in the bowels of Rumorsville for the time being but we can’t say we’d hate for it to become a reality. According to Samsung – HD blog, Sammy will have a new addition to its Omnia lineup come July. Billed as the Omnia Pro — which, by the way, definitely detracts […]

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LG Viewty Smart is finally official

The official arrival of LG’s Viewty Smart might not have been as well coordinated as LG may have liked, but the highly-anticipated successor to the popular Viewty is now official. Featuring an 8 megapixel camera with a Schneider-Kreuznach lens, the Viewty Smart will be able to take pictures at up to 1600 ISO and record […]

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Tesla Model S Electric Sedan’s Huge Haptic Touchscreen Dashboard In Action

When we first saw Tesla’s Model S electric sedan, we noticed a big, flashy touchscreen taking the place of the dashboard’s console. TechCrunch took a test drive and learned a little more about it. The Model S’s touchscreen wasn’t fully functional during the demo (the car’s first with press), so internet browsing and presumably GPS […]

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