Daily Archives: October 6, 2010

Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock New Guitar Controller

Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Guitar Review

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, like all the past Guitar Hero titles, comes with a brand new wireless guitar controller. While it doesn’t compare to the real guitar for the upcoming Rock Band 3, it’s pretty darn good in it’s own right. How good? We compare it to the past...

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Libratone’s The Beat Could Be Audio At Its Minimalist Best

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The Beat speaker system from Danish audio company Libratone is understated and soft in its looks that it barely registers as something technical. Rather, it tends to fit into any space and feels “at home”. No particular function needed, just – at home. And it’s no wonder, with its satin...

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LiveRider iPhone Bike Mount Shoots Too Low

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The LiveRider is a small device that allows you to mount your iPod on the handlebars of your bike. It’s also the software that comes with the mount, plugging your iPod into the physical intricacies of your riding habits. For $100 the LiveRider tracks your speed, time and total distance,...

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Pantech Laser, AT&T’s Slimmest Phone Ever

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AT&T is again working with Pantech to bring you the aptly named slimmest phone in AT&T’s phone inventory, ever– the Pantech Laser. It’s less than 0.4 inches thick and comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, a 3.1 inch AMOLED touchscreen and an app that enables users to bring about different...

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Sensor Gloves Go From Sign Language To Voice In Real Time

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The problem so far with sensor gloves for translating American Sign Language has been that they only interpret letters, which are signed by quick finger gestures – whereas sign language also has more complex gestures for words and meaning. A team project started by Kendall Lowrey and other students from...

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Motorola’s Latest Android Handsets Heading To AT&T

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Last night AT&T expanded their Android handset portfolio by introdocing the BRAVO, FLIPOUT and FLIPSIDE. The BRAVO has an 800mhz processor and a 3.7-inch touchscreen.  It can capture photos using its 3 megpixel camera, which sports autofocus and a one-touch social media upload feature.  Motorola has outfitted this phone to...

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WSJ Perpetuates Verizon iPhone Rumors

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No one is commenting and there is no way to verify this story, but according to a WSJ source Apple is set to begin production of a Verizon Wireless compatible iPhone by the end of 2010.  The phone supposedly uses a chip produced by Qualcomm and will be ready for...

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Motorola Droid Pro Going Against The Blackberry

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What is Motorola’s answer to the Blackberry? Nobody knows? That’s because they’ve only just introduced the Droid Pro at a San Francisco event on Tuesday. It was built to accommodate business users and IT departments, with a focus on business-savvy globetrotting, working with documents and as much safety as a...