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Nikon Coolpix P7100 review @ Pocket Lint

Nikon’s P7100 is built with the high-end user in mind. This 10.1-megapixel, 7.1x optical zoom compact is one of a handful to come equipped with an optical viewfinder – although with a 80 percent field of view it does have its limitations – and the body is

Motorola Xoom Family Edition includes kid-friendly apps, will hit Best Buy Sunday for $379

Just a week after we received a tip that a mysterious big box retailer would be getting a kid-friendly flavor of Motorola’s Xoom tablet, Best Buy has come forth to make things official with the Xoom Family Edition. Everything seems to be in line with what we

iOS 5 review @ Engadget.com

Now well into its fifth year of life, iOS has always been known for its exceptional polish — and also, its glaring feature holes. But, just like clockwork, each year since its 2007 debut, those shortcomings have been addressed one by one in a sweeping annual update.

Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder, dies aged 56

We just got some very, very sad news. Steve Jobs has passed away. As confirmed on Apple’s site, Mr. Jobs has died at the age of 56 after recently stepping down from the position of CEO and naming Tim Cook his successor. Steve has had a profound

Apple reveals the iPhone 4S

The new iPhone 4S will look a lot like the iPhone 4, that’s because it has the same exterior as the device. Despite that, the internals of the new device have been updated of the previous version of the phone. The new device will have an A5

Apple’s Japan store confirms iPhone 4S, launching 10/14

If you look at the bottom left of this image, you can clearly see Apple’s own website confirming the iPhone 4S. You can see the link for yourself here. By the looks of it, it would appear that Apple’s Japan entity took the wrapping paper off a

Only in Japan: Toshiba’s Regza DBR-M190 serves 5TB of home media

Sometimes gigabytes aren’t enough. You have to start talking terabytes. That’s the case with Toshiba’s new Regza Server, more numerically known as the DBR-M190. The just-announced home media server boasts 5TB of storage, enough for 15 days of MPEG4AVC-compressed digital TV — from six different channels. Of

Researchers say nanorockets could deliver medicine quickly within the blood

Faster delivery is always better when it comes to pizza, Thai food and now… drugs? Doctors seem to think so as they’re experimenting with a new method of delivering medicine to the bloodstream via tiny nanotubes powered by rocket fuel. By storing healing meds within the platinum-coated

DisplayLink announces USB 3.0-to-HDMI adapter, 2560 x 1600 resolution panels get supported

IDF’s certainly delivered a few bombshells thus far, but sometimes it’s the simpler things that can brighten up your day, like DisplayLink’s announcement of its snappily-titled Winstars USB 3.0-to-HDMI adapter. Making use of all that extra bandwidth means using TVs as monitors no longer results in battling

No redesign for the iPhone 5?

The great Apple rumour-windmills of Holland are spinning wildly once again with a new iPhone 5-based nugget of info. This time it’s on the product design of the handset itself – or supposed lack of it. According to MacRumours, the new iPhone is going to look very