Apple Estimated To Have Sold 300k iPad 3Gs

If you were wondering how Apple’s iPad did in its launch last weekend, an estimate by a Piper Jaffray analyst puts the figure at 300,000 iPad 3G units sold that last weekend. that would include both 52 days of pre-orders and walk-in sales. Of the 50 Apple stores that were called on Sunday, it seems […]

Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus are now official

Good news for PalmÂ’s WebOS fans as today Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus were announced to come out soon. Apart from the fact of the announcement, which would have inevitably happened sooner or later, we want to bring in some details on what makes the difference within Palm smartphone models, and those with Plus […]

HTML5 goes mobile with LG Mini

LG launches its Mini (model number GD880) web orientated mobile phone that April in Europe followed by other regions of the world. LG states no price as it will vary according to every specific region. The most interesting thing yet about the GD880 Mini is its Phantom Browser with HTML5 support. Since web orientation is […]

SmartQ R7 E-Magine ereader

SmartQ’s R7 E-Magine ereader ought to tickle your fancy whether you want something feature packed without breaking the bank, although do be prepared to live with a less-than-decent operating system. The R7 is a multimedia intensive device, featuring a 7″ SVGA resolution touchscreen LCD display alongside Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, IPTV support, compatibility with the […]

Chinavasion CVOB-E72 pico projector

vasion’s latest CVOB-E72 pico projector does not only handle your media in a portable mold factor well, it plus offers Wi-Fi connectivity to boot, while running on Linux 2.6.10 with you navigating using a wireless keyboard. A mini tripod is thrown in for good measure to achieve an optimal angle, where file support comprises of […]

HTC Desire hits US Cellular that July

The HTC Desire is going to reach on US Cellular that coming July, and while US Cellular operates on a CDMA network, we are pretty surprised to see the HTC Desire not appearing on larger CDMA players such Sprint or Verizon. Shame though, as we are pretty certain that the HTC Desire isn’t a slouch […]

Eye-Fi Geo X2 SD memory card

Eye-Fi has expanded its range of special SD memory cards with the latest model – the Geo X2. Judging by the name itself, you know that has something to do with navigation, where it offers 4GB of Class 6 photo and video storage capability, an “Endless Memory Mode”, and (drumroll please) self-moving geotagging support that […]

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