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    Fly Like the Wind with Cideko’s Air Racer for Tablets

    Get ready to vroom vroom with this latest accessory for your tablet. The Air Racer from Cideko is a tablet holder that will take playing racing or flying games to a whole new level. It can adjust to hold tablet sizes of 7″ to 10.1″. So that means both an iPad or even the different […]

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    The Best of IFA 2011 Berlin in Photos

    If you have never been to IFA before, then you probably don’t know how it compares to the other major consumer  electronics shows that litter up the year like MWC, CES, CTIA, and CEBIT. IFA showcases the latest and greatest consumer electronics to come out of Europe. On the show floor you’ll find everything from […]

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    Samsung’s Clean With NaviBot S Takes One More Chore Off Your To-Do List

    Nobody likes cleaning house. Unfortunately, not too many people like those automatic vacuum cleaners, either. They tend to miss a lot of spots, or not clean thoroughly. Samsung is planning on changing that conception with the Clean with NaviBot S. The concept of the automatic vacuum cleaner has been around since the legendary Roomba, but […]

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    Samsung’s New Notebook is the Series 7 Chronos

    Samsung’s still a relatively new player in the world of notebooks, but the Series 7 Chronos has the look of a contender on the market which debuted at IFA 2011. The Chronos is absolutely packed with all of the state-of-the-art features you could think of for a notebook. The Intel Core i7 Quad Core processor […]

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    Is it a Tablet or a Smartphone? Hands-On with the Samsung Note

    At IFA 2011 in Berlin, Samsung introduced what might be the most interesting smartphone to hit the market in some time. One thing’s for sure – it’s definitely the biggest. The Samsung Note features a 5.3” screen, fairly massive for something shipping under the name of a smartphone. Samsung is trying to avoid calling it […]

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    Toshiba AT200 Honeycomb Tablet Hands-On Photos

    At the IFA 2011 trade show in Berlin, Toshiba brought out its new tablet slated to hit the European market in the fourth quarter of this year. The Toshiba AT200 looks to be a high-end offering, running on the latest version of Android Honeycomb (3.2).

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    Epson Connect Enables Printing From Your Mobile Device

    Epson is making it a lot easier to print on the go thanks to their new Epson Connect program. Epson Connect will allow mobile device users to connect directly to a Wi-Fi enabled Epson printer in range, and print directly from their mobile device.

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    Vuzix Wrap 1200 Brings Style to the World of 3D

    One complaint always surfaces when the topic of 3D glasses comes up – how hard it is to wear them and not look ridiculous. Vuzix’ entry at the IFA 2011 trade show in Berlin goes a long way towards finally beating that complaint back, and making 3D glasses stylish and – dare I say it? […]

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    Hands-On with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

    One of the major announcements at IFA 2011 is yet another Samsung Galaxy Tab – the 7.7. Like the 10.1 and 8.9, the 7.7 refers to the display size, making this one of the more portable tablets on the market. Considering that many tablets are still stuck in between being truly mobile and being more […]

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    The New Creative Zen Goes For High Fidelity

    The Creative Zen line has long been a cult favorite among some audiophiles – not a surprise for a company that got its start making sound cards. At IFA 2011 in Berlin, Creative announced that they are putting even more focus on faithful reproduction with their new mp3 player – the Zen X-Fi3.

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    Epson Unveils Their New Line of Professional Printers

      Epson has announced its new line of printers aimed at the business world at IFA 2011 in Berlin. The WorkForce Pro Line – including the WP-4540, WP-4530, and WP-4020 models, all take steps at maximizing speed and efficiency, and are compatible with Epson’s new remote printing service, Epson Connect. The WP-4540 and WP-4530 are […]

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    Sony Gets 3D TV All Up In Your Face

    There’s been a deluge of 3D technology hitting the market the past couple of years, but Sony’s new gadget is by far the most…interesting? Questionable? Futuristic? Nerdy? I’m not sure what to call it, but according to Sony, the HMZ-T1 is ready to launch and attach itself to your head.

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    Philips Sonicare AirFloss Blows Away Our Excuses For Not Flossing

    There’s no way around it – most of us don’t like flossing very much. Dentists are surely getting tired of the broken record act by now, because we never seem to listen, despite warnings of cavities, bad breath, and gingivitis. But man, sticking a piece of string between all of your teeth? What a chore. […]

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    Smile for the Philips Wi-Fi Photoframe

    Philips is banking on their new digital photo frame making everyone smile in bunches. So far, so good. The Philips WiFi Photoframe unveiled today at IFA Berlin makes the world of digital photo frames incredibly easy and intuitive for even beginner users.

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    Native Union Wants You to Play With Your Video Messages

    Native Union is bringing the kitsch to IFA 2011. The company till now has been known for making retro yet functional accessories that bring the fun back to your mobile devices.  In the past they have specialized in making the average conversation an art form and now they are tackling video.  Play, is a video […]

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    Toshiba Announces Europe’s First All-in-One Computer

    Toshiba UK was busy at the IFA 2011 trade show in Berlin today. One of the many headline-making announcements was Europe’s first all-in-one computer – a computer that houses the CPU and the monitor in the same shell. The Toshiba Qosimo DX730 is space-saving, but it has the specs to make it a worthwhile addition […]

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    Glasses-Free 3D TV Goes Across The Pond

    Glasses-free 3D TV isn’t just for America anymore. Today, at the IFA 2011 trade show in Berlin, Toshiba announced the ZL2, the United Kingdom’s first 3D television that does not require glasses to use.