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Category: Mobile Tech

Sneak Peek: Xbox Live Anywhere on Mobile Phones

Sneak Peek: Xbox Live Anywhere on Mobile Phones
Microsoft’s announcement from E3 that they would be making portions of the XBox Live system available through other mobile devices was cryptic at best. Now, we see exactly what Microsoft was talking about. At the 2006 Qualcomm BREW conference, it was revealed that the Live Anywhere service will be running on non-Microsoft platforms, and a variety of intriguing screenshots have now been posted at QJ.NET.

Ds Lite: Time’s Gadget of the Week

Ds Lite: Time’s Gadget of the Week
Time magazine has selected the recently-released Nintendo DS Lite as their favorite gadget this week. By pushing hard on brain teasers like Soduku, Brain Age and Big Brain Academy, it looks like they’re trying to broaden their demographic appeal to an older audience, and potentially more women.

“Ultra-Portable” Coming from Apple?

“Ultra-Portable” Coming from Apple?
Word on the street is that Apple is working on a series of “ultra-portable PCs,” potentially for release at the upcoming MacWorld event in January 2007. Speculation is that these devices could operate either entirely from flash memory or from a flash memory/hard drive combination.

Walkie Talkie Wrist Watch

Walkie Talkie Wrist Watch
Looks like modern technology has finally caught up with the concept of the old Dick Tracy communicator watches. These geek-chic watches claim to have a range of up to 3 kilometers. Looks like a great idea for hikers and other outdoorsy types.

Pre-n Coming to Notebooks in Q3 2006

Pre-n Coming to Notebooks in Q3 2006
Even though the full 802.11n spec hasn’t been ratified, it’s not stopping manufacturers from shipping products using the draft standard. Despite concerns Dell is going ahead with plans to release notebooks in Q3 that utilize 802.11n draft standard wireless modules.

Blu-ray Laptop on the Way, Get Your Wallets Out

Blu-ray Laptop on the Way, Get Your Wallets Out
Sony will be releasing their first laptop to include a built-in Blu-ray drive by the end of June. The VAIO AR Premium Edition will include an Intel Core Duo CPU, 17-inch widescreen monitor, 1GB RAM and a copy of “House of Flying Daggers” on a Blu-ray disc.

New Camcorder Stores Over 3 Hours in Flash Memory

New Camcorder Stores Over 3 Hours in Flash Memory
panasonic announced their new SDR-S150 camcorder today, one of the first camcorders to allow for storage of over 3 hours of footage by using a new 4GB SDHC memory card (in the lowest quality mode, of course).