Apple’s Latest Notebook Patent Continues to Make PCs Look Obese

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Despite moving into the thin, light, and powerful computing segment with Intel into the Ultrabook space, PC vendors are reportedly concerned about Apple’s latest patent filing. Apple, which has led the industry with its minimalist design and more recently with thinness thanks to the MacBook Air, has filed for a patent that would see the […]

Toshiba FlashAir SD WiFi Card Sends Pics Direct from Camera

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Photographers can get a Photostream-like workflow using a traditional camera thanks to the Toshiba FlashAir SD WiFi 8GB Card. The FlashAir card lets users access their pictures while still on the card and in a camera. Connect a computer, tablet or smartphone to the built-in Wi-Fi radio and they can browse the card’s contents with […]

Twenty Reasons the iPad 3 Will Outsell the iPad 2

In under a week, Apple will hold an event to announce the new iPad. Whether the next iPad is called the iPad 3, iPad 2S or iPad HD, it will face a larger contingent of Android competition. I say larger, because there are many more Android tablets on the market today, but the competition is […]

See What’s Using Your Android’s SD Card with Grid Size App

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While new Android devices are shipping with massive 32GB Micro SD cards, if you have an older Android device the smaller SD card can quickly fill up. If you want to see what’s taking up all of your space without connecting to a computer, check out the Grid Size file manager, which gives you a […]

Supposed iPad 2 case shows cutouts for camera and SPEAKER

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Images have surfaced of what are supposedly cases for the next iPad. The first is being showcased for sale by a Chinese company called Shenzhen MacTop Electronics. Another is from Japanese site Kodawarisan with a caption stating the bottom cutout is for an SD card slot. Naturally, that caption is grabbing headlines, despite being completely […]

Apps on SD in the works for Android

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Joel Evans at The Mobile Gadgeteer (who, in comic book parlance, might be called the “Silver Age” Mobile Gadgeteer) has uncovered that the ability to store apps on an SD card has been given “FutureRelease” status at the Android factory.   

Share your SD cards via wifi with AirStash

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In an interesting spin on the usual SD card USB adapter, AirStash steps it up a notch with wifi connectivity and a web interface to turn your cards into mobile wireless file servers that can share photos, stream music and video, and show just about any content your device can handle.   

8 Tech Items to Regift

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‘Tis the season to give gifts. Finding a few items to regift has come in handy a few times that I’ve been in a pinch. Regifting involves the redirecting of a gift that you’ve received, giving your gift to someone else. Regifted items are usually selected because they’re relatively inexpensive or a surplus has already […]