Every time a new device is launched, comparisons with its existing competitors are inevitable. Last time out, the iPad 2 went head to head with the Motorola Xoom, HP TouchPad and BlackBerry PlayBook. This time around, the iPad 2 is confronted by the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Sliding PC 7 series and Notion Ink Adam. Who wins? Let the battle begin…
We told you few hours ago that the Verizon (CDMA) iPhone 4 has a built-in 3G mobile hotspot, meaning it can provide Wi-Fi connections to up to 5 devices at a time. And now, we have news that the ‘personal hotspot’ feature will be available to GSM iPhones too on AT&T’s network, with iOS 4.3 update, IF AT&T chooses to support the feature. They are currently “evaluating” it.
Is there a way to keep Apple Inc out of the news? Today, Microsoft have opened their biggest store ever, covering an area of 8,600 square feet, in the gigantic Mall of America in Minnesota, USA. So what’s Apple got to do with it? Yup, you got it right: Microsoft’s new store is right across the aisle from the Apple Store! This is what we call literally going head-to-head 😛
Kelly Clarkson apparently performed today at the Mall, and the first 100 people that got into the Microsoft Store got her autograph as well.
Here’s another rumor, this time from Digitimes, that claims that Apple has given the contract to sell CDMA iPhone 4 to Pegatron, and that these phones will start rolling out from December and the company will end up 10 million units less come next year. What do we think? Well, we’re not even bothered considering it. Hence, we won’t tell you more about it. If you’re like us, then forget about this thing and head over to our homepage and look for other good articles, or just use the search box above to get to your preferred news quickly.
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As soon as Steve Jobs unveiled the new iPod Nano on September 1st, we all knew that the much awaited iWatch dream will turn to reality now. But did you ever imagine you will be wearing your new, shiny iPod nano on your head, sticking its camera out in the front? Well, Rampant Gear has done exactly that, converting your favorite music device into a full fledged head-cam. The company has come out with its new Rampant View contraption that converts your iPod Nano into a stylish head-cam for a penny less than $35, enabling you to do nasty things with it.
Logitech has unveiled a new range of wireless headset – the H760, to treat your ears to a special experience.
The headset, designed primarily for VoIP calling and video conferencing, features an adjustable strap that fits across the back of your head, a behind-the-ear style, and pivoting ear-pads that are comfortable and don’t go over the top of your head.
Designed with a built-in equalizer for sound quality and clarity, the H760 boasts of an automatic rotating microphone, a flexible, rotating boom, and another microphone for cancelling the background noise, allowing us to concentrate on the voice we want to hear.
All said and done, there’s this one feature that stands out from the rest for me – the ability to chat and listen to music up to 40 feet (12 meters) away from your computer. How cool is that?
Best buy: Available for pre-order at $99.99. Shipping begins September with 2-year limited hardware warranty.