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Apple sent out invites today to an event next Wednesday at the Yerba Buena Center for the ...

A new iPad is on the horizon. Apple sent out invites today to an event next Wednesday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where it promises to “have something you really have to see. And touch.” The event is set to go down at 10am, and is widely speculated to be the announcement of the iPad 3. The tablet is widely rumored to have an updated 2048x1536 “Retina” display, faster processor, LTE, and an 8-megapixel camera.  Read More

Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

Those looking for a little more screen real estate to scribble on than offered by the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note now have the Galaxy Note 10.1. Unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, the Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and is a little more powerful than Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 thanks to a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor vs the Tab's 1 GHz. It also has a 2-megapixel forward-facing camera to the Tab 2's VGA snapper and tops out storage-wise at 64 GB - double that of the Tab 2's maximum 32 GB storage capacity. It is also both slightly thinner and lighter than the newest Galaxy Tab.  Read More

The aptly-named 'Board of Imagination' moves forward just by having a user think about it,...

Chaotic Moon Labs drew a lot of attention last month at CES 2012 with its motion controlled "Board of Awesomeness," a longboard that a rider controls by gesturing at a Kinect sensor on the front. Apparently though, that was just the beginning. So, how could the studio possibly improve on a skateboard that starts and stops just by having a person move their hands? By not having the rider move at all. The latest creation, the aptly named "Board of Imagination," moves forward just by having a user think about it while wearing an Emotiv EPOC headset.  Read More

Oregon Scientific has revealed some technical specifications for its new MEEP! tablet for ...

Oregon Scientific has launched a new tablet designed specifically for kids at the recent Toy Industry Association's 109th American International Toy Fair in New York. The MEEP! tablet runs on Android 4.0, features a 7-inch Neonode zForce touchscreen display encased in toughened housing with a silicon rubber sleeve, and is Wi-Fi-enabled. Parents concerned about their kids running wild and free online will be relieved at the inclusion of intuitive Parental Control technology that can be adjusted remotely using any internet-enabled computer or mobile device.  Read More

LG has unveiled its new 5-inch Optimus Vu smartphone/tablet ahead of Mobile World Congress...

LG has revealed what is claimed to be the thinnest LTE smartphone available on the market. The Optimus Vu sits somewhere between a small tablet (Thrive/Agora/Arnova) and a modern smartphone (Spectrum/Xperia ion), features a 4:3 ratio IPS display, is powered by a Dual-Core processor, and has 32GB of onboard storage.  Read More

If the rumors prove true, an LTE, quad-core, Retina display iPad 3 will be announced on Ma...

It's been a busy week on the iPad 3 rumor mill, and things have progressed considerably since our last iPad 3 update with the iMore blog citing "reliable sources" who suggest an official iPad 3 announcement is likely on March 7. Further, the same sources indicate that the next iteration of Apple's tablet could be powered by a quad-core processor and include - as we already suspected - a Retina display. There's some suggestion that the device could feature LTE connectivity - though this latter point seems shrouded in uncertainty. Time to take the cautious stick to the iPad 3 rumor cauldron ...  Read More

The GoPad turns your iPad or other tablet into a wearable accessory (Photo: GoPad.ca)

For those of you so in love with your iPad that you've often fantasized about a way to have your slate permanently attached to your person, a simple accessory called the GoPad isn't far off. Once attached to your tablet, it allows the iPad to be worn by creating a make-shift platform resting against your chest.  Read More

The rumor-mill suggests the iPad 3 will has space for a larger battery, and a slightly dif...

A report from RepairLabs based on what are said to be leaked iPad 3 casings suggest that the next iteration of Apple's tablet will have a larger battery, an updated camera and a Retina display, all in the same form-factor as the iPad 2.  Read More

OnLive's app allows their on-demand video game service to function through any Android dev...

A while back, OnLive released an app that allows its on-demand video game service to function through any Android device. While the service has been around awhile for use with computers and TVs, what makes the app unique is its ability to deliver games usually reserved for consoles and gaming PCs to many tablets and smartphones. The app could effectively turn any smart device into a portable game console that streams games like Netflix streams movies. That's all great as a concept, but the big question is how well it actually works. After spending some time with OnLive's app, it's clear that it isn't going to replace your console or gaming PC anytime soon, but it does offer a glimpse at the possible future of video games.  Read More

ViewRanger puts the functions of an advanced outdoor GPS into an inexpensive Apple/Android...

Imagine the power of a US$500 outdoor GPS built into a $5 app available on iOS and Android devices. In a nutshell, that's ViewRanger. The advanced mapping GPS app has been around for years in Europe and just launched in the United States.  Read More

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