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Txtr beagle e-reader review

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An e-reader available next year is small, light and costs just £8 - we look at how a prototype measures up against the KindleA newly announced e-reader called the beagle generated a lot of interest among readers, publishers and the technology-minded last month when txtr, the Berlin-based firm behind it,...
Txtr beagle e-reader review

MIT's sun funnel could slit solar power's efficiency bottleneck

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Every day, our Sun beats more energy into the world’s deserts than is used by the entire human race in a year. Every joule of energy in the world’s oil reserves was put there by the sun, millions of years ago. Even uranium was created in the death-rattle explosion of...
MIT's sun funnel could slit solar power's efficiency bottleneck

Moga game controller attempts to bring console gaming experience to mobile

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Mobile games are becoming increasingly  more powerful with high fidelity graphics and home console-like gameplay, but lack the controls akin to home consoles. PowerA attempts to bring improved control to mobile games with its Moga controller attachment for Android smartphones. We recently sat down with PowerA for a hands-on demo with...
Moga game controller attempts to bring console gaming experience to mobile

Samsung prototype wireless game pad hands-on!

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We just wrapped up the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and, while the hardware of the phone itself held few surprises, this accessory did. Samsung doesn't have a formal name for it just yet, but this concept device is expected to launch sometime this summer. It's basically...
Samsung prototype wireless game pad hands-on!

A big evolutionary step for a mystifyingly arcane device

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The TI-84+C Silver can now perform mathematical operations based on images. Texas Instruments It was big news when Texas Instruments revealed it would finally upgrade one of its best-loved graphing calculators with a color screen next year, in large part because graphing calculators are near-stagnant pieces of technology, changing in...
A big evolutionary step for a mystifyingly arcane device

Txtr releases world's smallest e-reader

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Berlin-based Txtr, a major European ebook services company today released what it claims is the world’s smallest e-reader – the Txtr Beagle. It’s a move aimed at helping mobile network operators take a stronger place in the digital books market. Whether or not a small screen – 5 inch, E Ink...
Txtr releases world's smallest e-reader
Samsung Galaxy S4 First Impressions: Beautiful But Bloated [Gallery]

Samsung Unveils A Bluetooth Wireless Gaming Controller For The Galaxy S4

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Samsung is releasing a bombardment of accessories along with their Galaxy S4, one of which is a fully functional, boda-fide wireless gaming controller. The oval shaped controller is a great deal smaller and lighter than the Xbox and Playstation controllers you’re used to gripping. It has a plastic build, and...
Samsung Unveils A Bluetooth Wireless Gaming Controller For The Galaxy S4

Kindle under fire from low-cost 'txtr beagle' e-reader

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Budget e-reader the txtr beagle beats cheapest Kindle by £59 and has access to 400,000 books, but has no 3G or Wi-FiA German firm is to take on Amazon's hugely popular Kindle device with the launch of an e-reader - the txtr beagle - that will cost €9.90 (just under...
Kindle under fire from low-cost 'txtr beagle' e-reader

This $200 device will Rickroll anyone who comes within six feet of it

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Computer engineer Zach Rattner has created a physical Rickroll device called Rroll. Seriously. It’s powered by an Arduino board hooked up to a six-foot ultrasonic sensor. If you walk into the range of the sensor, the device starts playing the infamous song Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley....
This $200 device will Rickroll anyone who comes within six feet of it
These animal-shaped iPod speakers are stupid and I want them all!

Musikmesse Scoop – The Korg Monotron Analog Synthesizer!

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Musikmesse 2010: Here’s something you probably didn’t expect – a new analog synth from one of the major music manufacturers – the Korg Monotron. The Korg Monotron is designed to deliver classic analog sound inexpensively, but has a very limited control set. Features: Full-fledged, true analog synthesizer: VCO, VCF,...
Musikmesse Scoop – The Korg Monotron Analog Synthesizer!

Iron Man mouse fuels your hot-rod red obsession, is all about the next mission

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Whether you're looking to instill fear in the hearts of enemies at LAN, or just want to edit spreadsheets in style, this Iron Man mouse will do everything a normal mouse can... just cooler. To capitalize on hype for the third installment of the superhero film franchise, Japanese company...
Iron Man mouse fuels your hot-rod red obsession, is all about the next mission

Interactive Kids' Toys That Go Beyond the Touchscreen

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Let me just state for the record that no cats were harmed in the writing of this column. That said, I had a blast this week subjecting a couple of frisky felines to pillow fights, dog farts and dunks in the shower. But before you call PETA on me, I...
Interactive Kids' Toys That Go Beyond the Touchscreen

A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

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I have a self-imposed ban on videogame consoles in my house. It’s not because I hate videogames, it’s because I love them too much. Though it’s getting hard to resist them with all their integrated entertainment features, for the past couple of years I’ve been able to get my fix...
A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

Berlin's Txtr introduces €9.90 e-reader subsidized by mobile carriers

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In an effort to turn mobile phone users into ebook readers, Berlin-based Txtr announced a tiny, cheap e-reader, the Txtr Beagle, at the Frankfurt Book Fair Tuesday. While the Beagle is very light — five inches and 128 grams with two AAA batteries — its main selling point is its...
Berlin's Txtr introduces €9.90 e-reader subsidized by mobile carriers

Insert Coin: Knut WiFi-enabled sensor hub (video)

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In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. On the surface, Knut (pronounced Kah-noot) doesn't sound terribly exciting --...
Insert Coin: Knut WiFi-enabled sensor hub (video)
We Tried Out Necomimi's Brainwave-Reading Cat Ears and They Freaked Out All of Our Coworkers

Beats Electronics Grows Up With Executive Headphones

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With their bold colors and celebrity endorsements, the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones enjoy quite a following with the younger crowd. But to appeal to the older audiophiles, Beats Electronics is releasing a new model with a more subtle and higher-end design. The Beats Executive is made from such premium...
Beats Electronics Grows Up With Executive Headphones
IK Multimedia announces 'iRig BlueBoard' Bluetooth MIDI pedalboard for iOS & Mac

VisiJax turns you into one big bicycle warning system

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Anyone who's ever done any bike riding in a big city knows that it's one of the more harrowing experiences of modern society. So, why not protect yourself as much as humanly possible? The VisiJax electronic cycling jacket seems like a pretty solid start. The neon-colored waterproof windbreaker features some...
VisiJax turns you into one big bicycle warning system

Beats By Dre launches Executive noise-cancelling headphones, keeps 'em dapper in aluminum for $300 (ears-on)

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Aside from announcing its entrance into the portable Bluetooth speaker category today, Beats Electronics has also launched its first new set of headphones post Monster. Aiming to cater to the jet-setting business crowd, the company is classing things up with its (finally released) $300 Executive noise-cancelling over-ears. The design...
Beats By Dre launches Executive noise-cancelling headphones, keeps 'em dapper in aluminum for $300 (ears-on)

Patent diagrams of Google Glass show a new, detailed view

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Today, a United States Patent Application filling revealed three detailed diagrams of Google Glass. Yesterday, Google announced that it would open up applications asking people to answer the question “If I had Glass”. A Google approved answer along with $1500 will score you a set of the futuristic glasses...
Patent diagrams of Google Glass show a new, detailed view
Bettery debuts rechargeable battery swap stations at Whole Foods Markets

Vizio PC peripherals show up at FCC

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Vizio promised to bring out a PC range back at CES and the first evidence of this has shown up in some FCC tests online. Under the commission's eye was a wireless keyboard and a wireless trackpad, and while not much technical information was revealed by them, it's clearly visible...
Vizio PC peripherals show up at FCC

“8-Bitty” Nintendo-style iCade controller for iOS devices, coming soon for $25

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ThinkGeek has given us a glimpse at an upcoming iCADE controller mimicking the classic Nintendo controller layout and decorated with retro, 8-bit themed graphics. The “8-Bitty” is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, connects over Bluetooth (two AAA batteries required), and is compatible with all iCADE supported games,...
“8-Bitty” Nintendo-style iCade controller for iOS devices, coming soon for $25
The 10 best Bluetooth keyboards for your Apple TV

Read My Cat Ears

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If you're happy, they wiggle. They prick up when you're excited. And if you're relaxed, they droop. They are, of course, brainwave-operated cat ears.  Meet the $100 Necomimi, the first (as far as we can tell) neuro-fashion tech. The Necomimi is a pair of motorized animal shaped ears and a sensor, on...
Read My Cat Ears

Txtr's e-reader goes on sale in Europe for €59, but company says it's close to a subsidized deal

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When Berlin-based Txtr announced its tiny e-reader, the Beagle, at the Frankfurt Book Fair last fall, the plan was that it would cost under €10 (USD $13) because it would be subsidized by mobile carriers. “We believe e-reading is a great tool for mobile operators to strengthen their relationship with consumers,”...
Txtr's e-reader goes on sale in Europe for €59, but company says it's close to a subsidized deal

Txtr Beagle aims to corner low-end e-reader market for $13 (video)

www.engadget.com
We've seen some cheap e-readers in our day. Heck, even the big boys are practically giving the things away. But, we've never seen anything quite like the Txtr Beagle. The latest creation from German company Txtr is expected to sell for under €10 or about $13 when it hits...
Txtr Beagle aims to corner low-end e-reader market for $13 (video)
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