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CES 2013

— Computers

Transporter backs up your files off-site, on other peoples' hard drives

By - January 8, 2013 5 Pictures
When it comes to backing up your files, there are generally two approaches ... you can put them on a physical device such as a hard drive, or you can upload them to the cloud. Hard drives can be lost or destroyed, however, while cloud-based services usually charge monthly fees for larger amounts of data – plus, not everyone feels comfortable trusting their files to faceless corporations. Well, that’s where the Transporter comes in. It allows you to store your files off-site, on the hard drives of people whom you know and trust. Read More
— Electronics

Eton expands off-the-grid device range

By - January 7, 2013 17 Pictures
At CES Unveiled, we had the chance to sit down with Etón, a company that builds products for entertainment and safety that can rely on hand cranks or solar power to keep them running. In addition to the FRX series and the Rukus and Rukus Solar it was also spruiking at last year's show, the company is displaying its new ZoneGuard series alongside a couple of additions to its Rukus line and the new BoostSolar Mobile Charging Solution. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Ultrathin, flexible PaperTab redefines tablet form and function

By - January 7, 2013 8 Pictures
Despite their portability and popularity, the slab of glass form factor of tablets has its downsides. Most notably for the less coordinated among us is the propensity for the display to crack or shatter when dropped. A team at Canada’s Queen’s University working in collaboration with Intel Labs and Plastic Logic is looking not only to redefine the tablet's form, but the way people use them with the development of a flexible touchscreen computer called the PaperTab. Read More

Ford offers location sharing via Glympse app

With all the electronics and technology being engineered into cars these days, the Consumer Electronics Show is starting to feel like an auto show. Automakers have been increasingly using the annual Las Vegas event to highlight their latest tech. At this year's show, Ford is on hand with a new voice-based location-sharing app. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Belkin's Thunderstorm transforms the iPad into a portable home theater

By - January 7, 2013 3 Pictures
If you wanted to watch a movie ten years ago, your choices were simple: drive to the movie theatre, or watch it at home on TV. How things have changed. Mobile devices have added second and third screens for us to enjoy the latest blockbusters. Belkin wants to make one of those smaller screens more like the big screen – by injecting the iPad with enhanced home theater audio. Read More
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