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I was able to get my hands on one of the most futuristic devices I’ve seen in a while. It’s a projection keyboard by Celluon that projects a LED Keyboard on a flat opaque surface. All of your typing on the keyboard is registered by IR Technology. The Magic Cube is only about 2.5 inches tall and fits easily in your pocket. The box contains: The Magic...

One of the most interesting and intuitive mobile smart phones to this date, the Samsung Galaxy Beam, will be released in April by making its first stop to India. The Samsung Galaxy Beam has a 15 lumen projector attached which makes sharing photos from your latest vacation, a funny video, or more productively a presentation, very simple. A slender design also makes...

After receiving 20 million downloads in just 5 small weeks, I figured it was time for me to give Draw Something some credit and review it. So what is Draw Something? Most people would roll their eyes or look at you like you have 5 heads if they heard you say that. And most likely their response would be something like “Oh my god, its like, the bestest...

Check out our Samsung Galaxy Note unboxing (better late then never), we’ll have a full review on the device in about a week (possibly on Sunday, if I can pull myself away from the iPad), we want to put in some quality time with it, so we can give it a fair shake. So be sure to check back. In the meantime, check out the unboxing for a quick impression. ...

Nokia’s Newest Flagship devices, The Nokia Lumia 900, was supposed to be launching on AT&T’s network March 18th (i.e. this Sunday). According to sources at BGR, the Nokia Lumia 900 has yet to receive its technical acceptance. This basically means that Nokia and AT&T had to select a new release date for this device, and they have chosen April...

Onlive, a cloud based gaming company, has brought their remote gaming technology to the iPad and now Android tablets running Gingerbread or newer. This Onlive Desktop application has a large price range available. Starting with the standard Free edition, moving up to Desktop Plus ($4.99), Dekstop Pro (starting at $9.99) and, for cooperate business, an enterprise...

Windows is recently starting to make many advancements in the mobile industry. With the release of some nice new Windows 7.5 phones, Windows 8 Consumer Preview right around the corner and a growing app market, Windows is starting to step their feet on the ground when it comes to mobile technology. One of the recent applications developed by the Dark Forces Team (DFT)...

Have you ever had the feeling that Windows Phones aren’t as customizable as you would like? Well the developers of WizTiles made windows phone tile customization super easy. With an app that allows you to customize you live tiles with colors and themes. What makes this super easy is the recently developed Silver light web application. This allows users to create,...

Windows Phone is still new to the market but yet it’s still my favorite UI. Over the past few months, Facebook for Windows Phone has been reading and taking in consideration the feedback from its users. So today, Facebook for Windows Phone receives a nice and a rather large update. According to Facebook for Windows Phone’s Facebook, areas of Focus for...

The much anticipated droid 4 will now be arriving for Verizon February 10th for just $199.99 on a 2 year contract. The device has LTE connectivity, full physical QWERTY keyboard, 8MP rear camera and front facing camera, 1.2GHz dual core processor, 4” Display and Android 2.3.5 (will be upgraded to 4.0). If you’re a fan of the Droid lineup because of its...