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Macworld: wiDock wirelessly syncs your iPod with one button

Maybe you are lazy, or maybe you want to be on the cutting edge of wireless technology. Either one of these situations are reason enough to get the new wiDock that has been launched today at Macworld. It connects over a 802.11b/g wireless network to auto-sync with iTunes which is installed on your PC. It also connects to your stereo ...

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Belkin revealed Bluetooth Dock Adapter for iPod

Today was a big day in the technology world, for CES opened and product releases are rolling out. However, there is also another expo going on right now; Macworld opened today up in San Francisco. While Jobs� keynote is scheduled for tomorrow at 9 AM Pacific time (be sure to tune in here for all the info), some companies decided ...

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Leadertone’s GPS3000 looks for great success at CES

The new GPS3000 by Leadertone is set to be shown off at CES, and boy does it have some showing off to do. This GPS navigator is actually more than just a GPS; its a media powerhouse. Its capable of playing videos (WMV, ASF, and AVI), music, (WMA9, MP3, and WAV), and pictures (JPG, GIF, BMP and PNG). A very ...

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Bluetrek ST1 Bluetooth headphones add overly large exoskeleton

Wireless, specifically Bluetooth, headphones are starting to pick up momtentum, and for good reason. No one really wants to worry about that annoying wire that allows the person next to you to rip the headphones out if they want to talk to you. Maybe you should get rid of that per son sitting next to you instead. Either way, the ...

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LG to introduce LG-K970 Shine mobile at CES 2007

More CES rumors are flooding in and it seems like it’s going to be a great year for gearheads. LG is planning on introducing it’s LG-K970 at CES 2007, which seems to be the same phone that was featured in T3 magazine, then called the 3G Shine. With its signature mirror display and the 2 megapixel camera, the K970 is ...

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Gearfuse Plumbers: Sharp overdoes the AQUOS phone idea

In Japan, Sharp has already released AQUOS DMB (One-Seg) phones for NTT DoCoMo (SH903iTV) and Softbank (905SH and 911SH), so the next target is AU KDDI. And we managed to dig up a leaked pic of what’s supposed to be the W51SH from Sharp, surprise surprise surprise, the same old Cyclone screen design is used. The difference between Sharp’s Cyclone ...

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Verizon LG enV VX9900 Commercials

The newest generation of Verizon’s answer to the Sidekick looks like an absolute joy to work with. The LG line of micro SD phones has had their problems in the past, but the VX9900 is looking great compared to the original release of the LG “The V”. The VX9900 now comes with a 2 megapixel camera and additional productivity tools ...

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Podcasting and lyrics support for Zune?

It’s probably the strongest argument against the Zune (for geeks): no podcast integration. It seems like such an easy area to build into any new portable audio device, but Microsoft missed the bar with the release of the Zune. But can Microsoft redeem itself? Of cource, the Zune supports firmware updates, an feature that Apple consistently leaves out of its ...

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Samsung SGH-Z720 might blow away in the wind

It’s only a matter of time until our mobile devices are so thin and light that they begin to blow away in the wind. The new Samsung SGH-Z720 is officially the thinnest HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) slider phone coming in at 13.8mm thick (or thin). In case you care, yes, that is .1mm less than the Motorola RAZR, the ...

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DigitalXtractions creates Ultimate Outdoor Webcam

Webcams can now join the list of gadgets that can be solar-powered. DigitalXtractions just came out with the Ultimate Outdoor Webcam, also called SCIRC t1, which comes with solar-power and internet connection capabilities. There are optional solar panels you can buy to get your energy from the sun, so you can webcam and tan at the same time; you know ...

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