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Philips SRM7500 SlideShow compatible remote for Vista

Are you one of the many people overly excited about the new media center capabilites that are built into Windows Vista? Philips has begun to make its SRM7500 remote that is Vista compatable with a built in display. The display makes use of the SlideShow features to display information pertaining to what you are doing on the computer. While the ...

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Oversized Ricoh 500SE delivers GPS, so what?

This product is definately directed at a very niche market. The Ricoh 500SE camera looks a bit oversized, but there is a good reason why. It has a built in GPS chipset inside of its camera body. Also, the body is big because it has been made for rugged use. If you’ve ever dropped a camera and it went kaput, ...

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Zune update for podcast support coming soon?

If you happen to be the proud owner of a registered Zune (as I am), then you received an odd email in your inbox today. Why was it odd? Because it was so plain. It seemed like it was just a thank you letter from Microsoft for registering your Zune. Titled “Welcome to the Social” it seems like just any ...

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JBL Reference Series Bluetooth headphones, pure amazement

These are beautiful. That isn’t the only complement you will read about these amazing headphones, so get ready. First, the looks. They are designed so well and they seem to attract eyeballs no matter what. The curves all over the place seem like they might be too much, but in the end it all just fits. These are the Reference ...

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Ultra-light Jensen SportFones headphones

Lugging an iPod or other wired device to a gym or on a hike can be a disastrous situation. It seems that your focus lies more on keeping the headphones plugged into the device then on your exercise, which can lead to exhaustion and even injury. The Jensen SportFone’s have a built in 512MB MP3 player. A perfect amount of ...

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Gearfuse Plumbers: NTT DoCoMo fashion 3G 703i series leaked

We  managed to get hold of pictures of almost the whole 703i series from NTT DoCoMo and we’re really excited about the announcement. The 703i series is the mid-range WCDMA line of NTT DoCoMo’s FOMA 3G service. It consists of Fujitsu F703i, Mitsubishi D703i, NEC N703iD (same design as N702iD), N703iu, Panasonic P703i, P703iu, Sharp SH703i, SonyEricsson SO703i. We’ll keep ...

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Kenwood speakers go wireless

Everything now is going wireless, so maybe the creators are finally starting to realize no one likes wires all over their desk. The music is broadcast from the dock to the speakers via 2.4 GHz frequency, which basically means if you have a 2.4 GHz phone in proximity to these speakers, youll get sporadic noises when youre talking on the ...

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Skim Black prevents your money from being stolen wirelessly

It is really hard to imagine for people who have never heard of Near Field Communication systems (NFC), it’s basically what large companies use for security purposes, it’s a card-sized or card-thinned contactless device that can exchange data with a system via a reader (antenna). A lot of countries have started using some form of contactless payment system, the Oyster ...

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Another good day for Cingular users, KRZR coming your way

So after the announcement that the iPhone would be available only to Cingular customers for the first few years of its release, Cingular has added another nice phone to its lineup. The Motorola KRZR, previously a Verizon selling point, and more recently a Sprint phone as well, has received a good amount of press and reviews comparing it to its ...

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