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[26 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Neostra next-generation video glass | ]

We have seen many a pair of video glasses from Vizux that was deemed impossible or a miracle whether you were to ask engineers a few decades back, but fast forward to today and there is a wide variety of models to choose from. The recent Sources Fair in Hong Kong featured the Neostra video glass which is a next generation product, where it supposedly offers a viewing experience of a 60″ display. Definitely not the full home theater experience by any means, but at least you get …

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[22 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on TELUS Motorola Milestone Finally Gets The Android 2.1 Update Too | ]

Good news for folks who are running a Motorola Milestone on TELUS. You’re now able to get hold of the Android 2.1 update, and you don’t even need to be in Hong Kong. The slight downside is that you won’t be able to get an over-the-air (OTA) upgrade like Verizon’s Motorola Droid, but you are able to download it directly from Motorola’s website. Improvements include the ability to add more home screens, more widgets, animated wallpapers, updated Google Maps with pinch-to-zoom and a few others. As usual, remember to backup …

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[29 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Motorola MILESTONE gets Android 2.1 update OTA | ]

Own a Motorola MILESTONE? Well, you might be interested to know that the Android 2.1 update is now available Over-The-Air (OTA) sans wires or computers, and you don’t even need to be in Hong Kong to enjoy it. What does that update entail, anyways? For starters, you get support for live wallpapers as well as 9 homescreen panels, a bunch of new applications as well as the Motorola Car Home interface for in-car usage of the device. As with most updates, that one will alos include an overall improved performance …

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[24 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Motorola Milestone In Hong Kong Gets Android 2.1 Update | ]

Folks who are by in Hong Kong should be happy to prepare out that Motorola has begun to roll out the much-anticipated Android 2.1 update for the Motorola Milestone (or Droid, as it’s called in the U.S.). whether you’re not in Hong Kong, it’s best to wait until your carrier officially releases the update, no matter how enticing it might seem to you, particularly if the update has been delayed. After all, you wouldn’t want to accidentally brick your phone, right?
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[22 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Why Google’s move slaps the Chinese government in the face! | ]

Google's carefully worded blog post today explaining why they redirected mainland Chinese traffic to the Hong Kong version of Google sounds fair and balanced. In fact, it's a humiliating slap in the face for the Chinese government. Here's why.

Orginal post by Mike

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[24 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on JXD A30 portable media player | ]

No, that model isn’t from the pirate pit known as Shenzen, as the JXD A30 is manufactured in Hong Kong where one would more or less expect an added touch of class. that portable media player does not disappoint although it doesn’t boast full HD playback unlike RAmos and Onda offerings which we covered yesterday. Moving forward, the JXD A30 is equipped with a 7″ touchscreen display at 800 × 480 resolution, supports 768p videos, has a HDMI port handles numerous video formats including RM, RMVB, AVI, FLV, MP4, VOB, …

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[26 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Tanita FB-730 pedometer has more than meets the eye | ]

Tanita managed to turn their common pedimeter, a $77 device known as the FB-730, into one that is able to send goods to a nearby RFID travel card which is similar to those found on train and bus networks in Japan, Hong Kong and London. Once you have arrived home, all relevant details can be synchronized with a computer followed by uploading it to the company’s Karada Karute (Body Card) website, where one is able to monitor one’s ongoing progress. The current system from Tanita works only in Japan, but …

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