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MOTOROKR T505: hands-free speakerphone and FM transmitter

November 8, 2007 Motorola’s latest in-car technology combines a Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone and a Digital FM Transmitter for hands-free phone calls and music streamed to the car stereo. When calls come in, the T505 automatically mutes the music and audibly announces the Caller-ID, so drivers can keep their eyes on the road and echo and noise reduction technology are built-in along with "StationFinder" technology that identifies the best FM connection. When the ride’s over, the T505 can be easily unhooked and taken to another car for the next trip. features StationFinder, a technology that announces where the best FM connection can be found on the user’s car radio.  Read More

The Voltaic Solar Charging Backpack

November 8, 2007 Adding to a growing selection of solar powered satchelsand backpacks on the market, Office Depot has announced the availability of a line of Voltaic solar charging bags that feature three lightweight, waterproof solar panels generating up to four watts of power - enough energy to charge nearly any handheld electronic device.  Read More

Open platform for mobile devices (Pictured: T-Mobile Sidekick)

November 6, 2007 Some of the technology world’s biggest names have joined forces to announce the development of Android, the first truly open and comprehensive platform for mobile devices. Android holds the promise of unprecedented benefits for consumers, developers and manufacturers of mobile services and devices by providing developers with a new level of openness that enables them to work more collaboratively and accelerate the pace at which new and compelling mobile services are made available to consumers.  Read More

The Airbox CM3

November 5, 2007 WAAV has announced the AirBox CM3, a mobile broadband cellular router engineered to maintain a broadband speed connection on the go by turning any vehicle into a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. The ruggedized mobile router provides an "always on" 3G link that allows multiple devices such as PDA's, laptops and gaming consoles to be connected simultaneously.  Read More

Videotex SIM Card Backup Device 801A

November 2, 2007 Anyone who has ever lost or had stolen their mobile phone will appreciate the utter chaos this can cause. As as our reliance on the information stored in mobile devices grows, so does the need to ensure that the data on your SIM card is securely backed-up. The Videotex SIM Card Backup Device 801A offers a sensible solution in the form of a pocket-sized (3.3 x 2 x 0.5 inch) unit with an LCD screen for displaying up to 1000 contact details and the ability to restore data quickly to your replacement SIM card.  Read More

T-Mobile Shadow - Sage

October 30, 2007 U.S. telco provider T-Mobile has released the first in a new line of phones designed to provide a playful, easier and richer way to stay in touch with family and friends. In a market that is increasingly flooded with ever more complicated multi-functional devices it is refreshing to see a phone that strives for simplicity at its core.  Read More

Sanyo Gorilla NV-HD880FT”

October 26, 2007 Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. is set to roll-out a new widescreen digital car navigation device that doubles as a portable digital television for use almost anywhere.  Read More

Apple iPhone

October 24, 2007 Did Apple upset its biggest fans in delivering a significant discount on the iPhone so soon after its record breaking launch? If you forked-out $600 for the sought after device in the first days after the release only to find the price dropped by a third just two-months later your answer might well be yes. But is it simply a question of dollars, or is there something a little deeper at work here - Gene Heratori at delves deeper into this question with an interesting discussion on the issue of what makes an early adopter tick.  Read More

Pantech-au A1407PT bone-conduction phone

October 22, 2007 Korean handset manufacturer Pantech have unveiled a bone conduction mobile phone that transmits sound to the inner ear using vibration. Not only does the ongoing emergence of bone conduction technology represent a solution for using phones in noisy environments, but it’s also a boon for the elderly or those suffering hearing loss for whom the use of conventional speaker phones is problematic.  Read More

Nokia N810 Internet tablet

October 19, 2007 Nokia has introduced the latest addition to their Nseries - the new N810 Internet Tablet - at the the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. The pocket-sized, GPS enabled device allows users to connect to the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot or over their Bluetooth mobile phone to make internet calls; check email; watch videos on YouTube or update a blog using the device's slide-out keyboard and 4.13", 800x480 resolution touch screen.  Read More

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