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Infinitely Charged built-in cell phone charger

February 7, 2008 Now here’s a solution that really does have a significant problem to solve. Everyone who owns a cell phone has found themselves somewhere with a low battery without their charger, usually in the least convenient place at the most inconvenient time. In today’s anytime, anywhere communications environment, being without a working cell phone is the equivalent of being technologically naked – it’s not a good look and it can can lead to all manner of collateral problems. Infinitely Charged is a patent-pending design that enables a cell phone to plug directly into a powerpoint.  Read More

16GB iPhone released

February 6, 2008 Apple has announced updated iPhone and iPod touch models with double the memory. The iPhone is now available with a 16GB memory and the iPod touch has been upped to 32GB.  Read More

knfbREADER Mobile

January 29, 2008 Access to cell-phones in today’s increasingly technological world is important for all people, not just those with 20/20 vision. The latest news in this sector comes from Kurzweil Technologies, which in a joint venture with the National Federation of the Blind in the US, has announced the pairing of its K-NFB Reading Technology software with the Nokia N82 mobile phone.  Read More

The Polaroid pocket-sized Zink printer

January 24, 2008 Zink zero-ink printing technology is a significant and far-reaching advance in printing technology that seems set to take the world by storm. Using advanced heat-reactive crystals impregnated into the paper, Zink allows you to produce durable, full-color, high-resolution prints from printers so small they can literally fit in your pocket or be integrated into mobile imaging devices. The digital Polaroid camera is about to hit the shelves featuring this fantastic new technology, and you'll be relieved to hear that the mobile printing revolution is refreshingly inexpensive.  Read More


January 21, 2008 Already much more than a simple communications device, technologies are emerging that will see the ubiquitous mobile phone become an interactive retailing platform. The latest example from StoreXperience is a solution that offers the ability to convert any camera-equipped mobile phone handset into a personal shopping assistant using an interactive bar code system.  Read More

Motorola Z10 mobile handset

January 10, 2008 Billed as the complete, pocket-sized, mobile film studio, the new Motorola Z10 3G mobile handset is designed for video capture and editing on the fly, shooting at 30 frames per second via a 3.2 megapixel camera and featuring the in-built ability to splice together scenes and add commentary, titles or soundtracks.  Read More

Solio Magnesium Edition Portable Charger

January 10, 2008 Portable solar charger specialist Solio has announced a new, ruggedized Magnesium Edition which builds on the features of the original (now branded Solio Classic) with greater output (8W), expanded compatability, a higher-capacity lithium ion battery (3.7v, 1800mAh compared with 3.6v, 1600mAh) and a stronger magnesium alloy shell to cope with the rigors of the road. Retaining the same footprint and fan blade design as the original, the Magnesium Edition is compatible with the universal iGo Tip System and includes a female USB cable for iPod, digital cameras and other compatible gadgetry. It can be charged in around 8-10 hours of direct sunlight or in approximately four hours via a wall outlet and can store energy for up to one year.  Read More

MOGO Portable Wireless Cellular Amplifier

January 10, 2008 MOGO Wireless has released a line of personal mobile cell towers that can boost signal strength by up to ten times, reducing dropped calls and increasing transfer speed for mobile broadband users.  Read More

SanDisk 12GB microSDHC card

January 9, 2007 SanDisk has announced plans for the world's largest capacity microSDHC card for mobile phones packing a whopping 12GB of storage.  Read More

Microvision's SHOW projector for mobile devices

January 3, 2007 There is an inherent contradiction in the quest for smaller mobile devices - as the units themselves shrink in size, so too does the available screen area, making viewing a challenge for even the most eagle-eyed consumers and turning the "convenience" of portability on its head. Microvision will display a stand-alone prototype device at the upcoming CES in Las Vegas that embraces the clearest solution - image projection - by providing home theater-sized viewing from mobile phones, PDAs, PMPs, digital cameras and laptops.  Read More

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