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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

Ecko Zip earbuds pump tunes through a functioning zipper, let you drop your fly in public

We already knew that New Jersey was a hotbed for personal audio innovation, so it certainly came as no surprise when the Garden State’s ECKOUNLTD (Ecko Unlimited, with a hint of Jersey Shore) hit us up with a slew of new stylz. We’re most curious about the

Corsair Flash Voyager, GT, Survivor get a USB 3.0 boost

Call us jaded, but most USB flash drives just don’t get the juices flowing like a new tablet or smartphone. Nonetheless, they’ve become a critical component of many a workflow, and for a device where speed is key, a USB 3.0 boost is certainly welcome. And Corsair

NetChef – Networked Kitchen Recipe released by Sungale

Chino, California, June 28, 2011, Networked Kitchen Recipe, an internet connected cooking recipe that has been anticipated for a long time by the market, is announced by Sungale today.  NetChef™ is the name of the device. Are you a housewife racking your brain everyday thinking of something

Further details on Andy Pad revealed?

Last week, we reported on a new Android tablet coming to the market this September. Named the ‘Andy Pad’, it is intended to bridge the gap between expensive tablets such as the HTC Flyer and Motorola XOOM and the very cheap, low quality tablets that aren’t worth

Welcome the Andy Pad, the dream budget Android tablet for only 129 pounds

Ever since Android tablets were announced, the cost of owning one had been a the main obstacle. For example the Motorola Xoom was launched with a price tag of around $800/£500, which is fair amount more than its rival, Apple’s iPad. Other Android tablets such as the

Toshiba Thrive tablet with Android 3.1 ships in July, starts at $429

That Toshiba Thrive tablet that surfaced on J&R’s site last month? Turns out, someone got a little excited — the company just confirmed the listing went up prematurely and that the price was wrong. But, we just got word that the Thrive will indeed debut as Toshiba’s

Mobile phones ‘may cause brain cancer’

It’s the news you probably don’t want to hear, after all you’re on a technology site that covers mobile phones, smartphones, tablets, and other gadgets, but according to the World Health Organization its latest research suggests there is a possibility your phone could kill you. That’s probably

AMD ships five million Fusion chips, says it’s sold out

Sounds like Notbooks are making a dent: AMD says it’s shipped five million Fusion processors since the architecture’s debut, according to a report at CNET. In January, the company said the hybrid CPU / GPU chips had momentum, and as of last month it was quoting 3.9