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Logitech Revue gets OTA update, a cure for the framerate jitters?

Revue owners, have you been frustrated by some of the framerate issues? We hear ya, as do Google and Logitech. The latter said in an official post earlier today that an over-the-air update would arrive to fix such an issue, and like that, our Google TV box

Samsung Galaxy Tab undressed, reveals massive battery (video)

It’s getting to be the norm when tearing down the latest piece of tech that the first thing to confront the inquiring disassembler is a big bad battery pack. The Galaxy Tab doesn’t disappoint in that respect, with a chunky white slab of power storage dominating the

Creative Ziio 7- and 10-inch Android tablets say ‘me too’

Somewhere in the world, Creative just announced a pair of 7-inch (480 x 800) and 10-inch (1024 x 768) Ziio tablets running the Android 2.1 OS. Both feature a ZiiLabs ZMS-08 processor, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR, WiFi 802.11b/g, and microSD expansion. They’re slated to ship in December with

LG Display snatches ‘world’s thinnest bezel’ title from Samsung with new 37-inch LCD

They say two things about war: that it never changes and that nobody ever wins. Tell that to thin bezel fans, however, and they’ll point you in the direction of the LG-Samsung tussle for the title of world’s thinnest bezel separation. Samsung snatched the glory last month

Super Talent intros 8GB USB 3.0 Express Duo flash drive for $14

Pricing pressure, anyone? Super Talent has just put a serious kink in the plans of storage makers hoping to milk their dwindling USB 2.0 flash drive inventories into the holiday season, as the introduction of the USB 3.0 Express Duo line sets a new bar for MSRPs

Gibson announces $5,500 Firebird X robot guitar

Gibson’s been riding the wave of tech for quite a while now — launching several “robot” guitars featuring functions such as fully automated tuning systems. For that, we give them credit: guitar purists are a tough bunch, and one that is most definitely resistant to change. So

HTC 7 Pro going on preorder for Microsoft employees November 8th

Sprint will apparently be offering preorders of its HTC 7 Pro — the only CDMA Windows Phone 7 device to be announced so far — in just a few days’ time on November 8th, but there’s a fairly big catch: you’ve got to be a Microsoft employee

ViewSonic ViewPad 7 and 10 officially coming to America

ViewSonic’s heavy foray into the tablet market has been no secret, but we’ve been a bit uncertain as to where on the map its products would land. Until now that is. According to ViewSonic’s American team, the company will be kicking off its US tablet invasion with

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