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IFA 2013

— Computers

CSR introduces ultra-thin touch interface for smartphones and tablets

By - September 4, 2013 3 Pictures
Scientists at Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) have developed a flexible computer keyboard that is paper thin and is claimed capable of transforming any area into a touch-sensitive surface. The company describes its creation as the world's thinnest wireless touch surface at 0.5 mm thick, and offers consumers a low-power Bluetooth technology featuring "the latest in printable, flexible electronics and touch screen sensing." Read More
— Home Entertainment

Sony's latest head-mounted video viewer to hit Europe in November

By - September 3, 2013 15 Pictures
In what's now becoming something of a tradition, Sony has announced the next generation of its head-mounted personal 3D video viewer ahead of IFA 2013. Though the HMZ-T3 retains the same display resolution as both of its predecessors, image quality has been improved. The slightly lighter headset also benefits from better audio and a more comfortable fit. The biggest news this time around, though, is the addition of a wireless version ... sort of. Read More
— Laptops

Lenovo reveals new business laptops with hot swap battery feature

By - September 2, 2013 15 Pictures
Lenovo has taken the wraps off some new Windows 8 business class Ultrabooks ahead of an IFA 2013 debut. Though all of the new additions take advantage of the performance improvements and energy efficiency offered by Intel's Haswell processors, the new T and X Series models also feature something called Power Bridge technology that allows users to swap out the second battery without having to power down first. Lighter and thinner than previous ThinkPads, the new laptops all feature a large trackpad to support Windows 8 gesture controls, and come in both touch-enabled and non-touch display panel flavors. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Acer Liquid S2: A 6-inch phablet that records 4K video

By - September 2, 2013 1 Picture
Did you spend thousands upon thousands of dollars on a 4K TV, only to find yourself wondering why your smartphone couldn't record video that takes full advantage of all those pixels? No? Well, in case you ever do travel down that road, Acer just announced a smartphone that can help you out. It's called the Liquid S2, and 4K video recording is the biggest trick it has up its sleeve. Read More
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