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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 hands-on @ Pocket Lint

Logitech has achieved what even the Swiss company thought was impossible a couple of years ago, a completely solar powered wireless keyboard, one that can store enough energy to use for up to a staggering four months in total darkness. Read the full hands-on with plenty of

Gucci’s 3D glasses up the ante with $225 fashion tag

Perhaps we were being unfair with Oakley’s $150 3D shades — that company, in fact, just didn’t go far enough. Cut to Gucci with “optically correct” Real D frames of its own. No wraparounds, it’s all glass forward, and like we said last time, you’ll be the

T-Mobile’s Galaxy Tab available for preorder at Amazon, costs $699 unsubidized

We played devil’s advocate with Verizon’s $599 Galaxy Tab, but it looks like the T-Mobile version of Samsung’s Android 2.2 tablet is going to cost a Benjamin more — it’s ringing up at $699.99 right now at Amazon unsubsidized. If we were you, we’d wait and see

Microsoft buys Canesta, continues camera-based domination of our interfaces

It seems that Microsoft’s taken the camera to heart following its dismissal of the pen — the company bought 3DV, collaborated with PrimeSense on Kinect, and today it’s apparently finalized a deal to acquire 3D CMOS camera chipmaker Canesta as well. In case you’ve already forgotten, the

Xbox Live has more subscribers than Comcast

The traditional means of obtaining video in the house has been changing day by day, and Microsoft has been at the forefront of the change with Xbox Live. Sony placed a bet on the physical Blu-ray format in their PS3, but Microsoft has always been about digital

Viewsonic introduces 3DV5 3D pocket camcorder, no glasses required

There’s a good chance this 3D bandwagon may never stop rolling, so rather than maintaining that bitter beer face for yet another day, you may as well embrace the next dimension. Viewsonic’s newest pocket camcorder just so happens to fit into that segment, as the 3DV5 is

PlayStation Phone: more spy photos turn up

More pictures of the PlayStation Phone have turned up, showing it’s codename and that it’s going to be on the rather large side. If the images are real, and there is no reason to doubt that the aren’t, those opting for the phone when it launches should

Samsung’s Nexus Two details emerge: November 8 release date?

New details about the Nexus Two have surfaced this week, confirming that Google was developing the Nexus One’s successor. Not only is the Nexus Two real, Gizmodo managed to get a hands-on demo of the device, but as they claim, the device is nothing like the Nexus

Eco Coloured Sky Lantern Review

We’re back again with even more lanterns, but this time a bit more traditional. Click here to read the pumpkin lantern review. These are most likely the type you see around floating around in odd formations or on a solo flight. Ideal for any type of celebration,

Eco Pumpkin Flying Chinese Lantern Review

You’ve probably seen them floating high up in the sky before, and at first, you might have thought you had your first spooky UFO sighting. Well, at least that’s what happened to me. But regardless of how many times you see them, they’re always a beautiful sight