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IFA 2012

Pricing for the Etón BoostTurbine and BoostBloc portable device chargers that premiered at...

The Etón Corporation has now announced details of pricing for the BoostTurbine and BoostBloc portable power packs that debuted at IFA 2012 back in September.  Read More

Sony has unveiled the VAIO models Touchworld collection, five new Windows 8 devices includ...

Sony has priced and detailed the VAIO Tap 20 mobile Tabletop PC and VAIO Duo 11 sliding hybrid Ultrabook seen at IFA 2012 in readiness for the release of Microsoft's new OS, Windows 8. Both devices lead the charge for a new VAIO Touchworld collection that includes new touchscreen models in the E Series laptop and T Series Ultrabook families.  Read More

Thomson is introducing five new Android smartphones in Europe and North Africa over the ne...

The Thomson brand is probably best associated with cutting edge audio and visual consumer tech, but it can also be found gracing household appliances, home automation systems and LED lighting. Now its portfolio is expanding into the competitive world of mobile communication with five new Android smartphones.  Read More

The Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor Outdoor won a 2012 red dot design award

Black thumb? If you're tired of sending your plants to an early compost heap then you might want to thank the industrious gnomes at Koubachi who have released an outdoor version of their Wi-Fi Plant Sensor. Like its indoor stablemate, the new model unveiled at this year's IFA in Berlin measures soil moisture, light and temperature, sending the data to the cloud where you or anyone you've shared your account with can check on the needs of your botanical buddies. What's new is an IPx4 certification, making this sensor fully waterproof and ready for the great outdoors.  Read More

With the release of Windows 8 imminent, Acer has added some new touchscreen Ultrabooks to ...

Unless you've spent the summer snoozing at the back of the bear cave, you'll already know that Windows 8 is on the cusp of release. Hardware manufacturers made the most of the opportunity presented by the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (or IFA to you and me) to show us the first batch of products that we'll be using to get our touch on with the next flavor of Microsoft's operating system. We've already rubbed shoulders with Acer's new V5 series notebooks, now it's time to reach out and grab a few moments with the company's M3 Touch and S7 Ultrabooks.  Read More

With the release of Windows 8 just around the corner, HP has unveiled two new touch-enable...

It's been over a year since Microsoft first previewed the next generation of its Windows operating system, the touch-optimized Windows 8. As we draw closer to release, it's now the turn of hardware manufacturers to reveal exactly what they imagine we'll be using to make the most of the rather impressive new operating environment. IFA 2012 provided the perfect platform and we managed to spend a little time getting to know the latest tablet, ultrabook, AIO and hybrid tablet/notebook offerings from Samsung, Toshiba, Lenovo and Acer. We've saved the biggest PC manufacturer until last and managed to jostle our way through the crowds of media and public to get up close to HP's first wave of Windows 8 machines.  Read More

As pixel counts go, Panasonic's hall at IFA 2012 was up there. Of course its 145-in 8K TV ...

With IFA 2012 having come to end it's possible to finally take stock of a week in which Berlin once again became the center of the universe (at least so far as consumer electronics were concerned). As you'll see, it wasn't all about product announcements and prototype demonstrations. Here are five miscellaneous trends, oddities, curiosities and trivialities that, for whatever reason, made an impression upon Gizmag at IFA this year.  Read More

A couple of TOSY's DiscoRobos, bustin' a move at IFA

It’s certainly impressive that there are robots capable of mowing lawns, tracking sharks, and toting goods, but sometimes it’s the robots that do completely useless yet entertaining things that really captivate us. Such is the case with TOSY’s soon-to-be-released DiscoRobo and SketRobo – one of them will dance to the beat of whatever music you have playing, while the other will draw your picture.  Read More

Haier's prototype TV, with its eye-tracking sensor bar in the foreground

While IFA 2012 may be thought of primarily as a venue for electronics manufacturers to unveil their latest products, it’s also a chance for them to showcase technologies that they’re still developing. An example of the latter is the prototype eye-controlled TV, created by Chinese electronics firm Haier. We had a chance to try it for ourselves, on the trade show floor in Berlin.  Read More

Gizmag gets to grips with Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy Note II

As we were getting our mits on Samsung's new Galaxy Camera, Gizmag also took the opportunity to spend some time with the company's equally dewy Galaxy Note II, which, come October, Samsung hopes will be injecting some "phab" into the growing phablet market. It will arguably become Samsung's flagship mobile device.  Read More

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