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theQ 3G-capable point-and-shoot comes with unlimited online photo storage

By - September 29, 2013 17 Pictures
Wi-Fi-capable cameras like Canon's latest PowerShot additions allow users to share digitized memories online at the press of a button ... so long as there's a wireless network or smartphone within range. Samsung's Galaxy Camera offers instant gratification in the shape of 3G/4G capabilities, but is mighty expensive. Swedish-led Q Lifestyle has released a colorful 5 megapixel, 3G-packing pocket camera called theQ that's both easy on the budget and simple to use. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Faster, thinner, lighter iPad2 gets cameras and March 11 shipping date

By - March 2, 2011 6 Pictures
Given his recent health-related leave of absence, it was refreshing to see that Steve Jobs took the stage at today's Apple event to announce the forthcoming arrival of the iPad 2. It's lighter and thinner than the original, but packs in more features and more processing power. New additions include rear and front-facing cameras, an iOS update, smart covers, and a built-in gyroscope. Sadly, the only advancement on the connectivity front was the addition of HDMI via an optional adapter, and the carbon-fiber housing rumor looks to have been just that, a rumor. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Introducing the EKING S700 electronic memorandum

By - November 2, 2010 3 Pictures
The e-Reader has been a success story, there's not much doubt about that. But with only various shades of gray offered by e-Ink, most manufacturers are now diving into color LCD devices (with the notable exception of Amazon). Now China's Shenzhen Guangxuntong Communication Technology has announced a paper-like color display on its new S700 e-notepad, although exactly what technology is used to achieve this has not been revealed. Here's what we do know... Read More
— Telecommunications

3G networking reaches the top of the world

By - November 1, 2010 7 Pictures
Cream brought the country blues classic Sittin' on top of the world to an international audience in the late 1960s... and now you can watch it on YouTube while you're sitting there. Through its subsidiary Ncell, the Swedish telecommunications group TeliaSonera has launched 3G services in the Mount Everest area of Nepal – which makes the company the providers of the world's highest mobile data service. Read More
— Mobile Technology

ViewSonic reveals 7-inch Android tablet

By - September 2, 2010 2 Pictures
Somewhere between what we've come to know as a tablet computer and a smartphone sits ViewSonic's new Viewpad 7. You might already guess from the name that this portable tablet with phone functionality sports a 7-inch touchscreen display. It runs on Android 2.2, has both Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, and cameras at the back and front. The device is currently on show at ViewSonic's stand at IFA 2010 in Berlin, but for those not lucky enough to be in Germany this week, here's a brief summary of what's on offer. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Kindle DX now better and cheaper

By - July 5, 2010 6 Pictures
The next step in the evolution of e-Ink technology sees 50 per cent better contrast resulting in sharper, clearer text and crisp, detailed images. Amazon's new graphite Kindle DX takes full advantage of the new technology, also offering a couple of new fonts, new security features and social networking integration. And the new DX comes in at over US$100 cheaper than its predecessor too. Read More
— Good Thinking

Winners are grinners – the smile-activated ice cream vending machine

By - June 27, 2010 5 Pictures
Hand a child an ice cream you'll generally be rewarded with a beaming smile, but with this new interactive vending machine, it's the smile that gets rewarded – with a free ice cream. Created for Unilever, the world’s biggest ice cream manufacturer, the first ever smile-activated ice cream vending machine combines face-recognition technology to measure a person’s grin and take a photo that can be uploaded to Facebook thanks to the machine’s built-in 3G capability. Read More
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