It does, but you’ll need to have a pay TV subscription through AT&T, Comcast, Cox, DISH Network, Suddenlink or Verizon to access those streams. Nothing for Android users right now however, but we imagine they will take care of that soon.
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The Motorola Titanium was officially announced by Sprint back in May. Of course no pricing or availability dates were known at that time, but as always the info comes in it’s own good time. That time is now. Sprint has announced that the 810G military-spec Eclair smartphone will hit store shelves on July 24th.
The price is $150 after a $100 mail-in rebate. This is a good one for folks who are rather tough on their phones, while others might want to put their money elsewhere and go with something else.
Logitech is set to release it’s latest compact wireless keyboard, the Touch K400. This good looking keyboard is powered by 2 AA batteries and features a 2.4GHz radio frequency that will let it work from up to 10 meters.
Other features include a built-in 3.5-inch touchpad, left/right mouse buttons, a tiny USB receiver that can be stowed away on the back of the body and it supports Windows 7, Vista and XP. The Logitech Wireless Keyboard Touch K400 will go on sale on July 29th for 4,480 Yen (or about $57).
Still looking for a new Android tablet? The newly launched Ingenium 2.3 from Chinavasion may be for you. It’s powered by a 1.2GHz Telechips TCC8803 Cortex processor and has a 7.0-inch 800 x 480 capacitive, multi-touch display.
Other features include: 512MB RAM, 4GB of storage, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), a 3.0-megapixel front-facing camera, a G-sensor, 3G support (w/ plugin USB dongle), WiFi, a mini USB 2.0 OTG port, an HDMI port, a 3.5mm headset jack, 2x 1W built-in speakers, a 4200mAh battery and Android 2.3. The is just $192.40.
The Ideum MT-55 Platform is a 55-inch LED LCD multitouch table that comes with an integrated solid-state computer built in. The 55-inch (1920×1080) HD display delivers a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio and a wide 178-degree viewing angle, while the optical multitouch system supports 32 simultaneous touch points so that two people can operate it.
The computer inside is powered by a 2.66GHz Intel Hyper-Threaded Dual Core i5 processor with 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB solid-state drive. Other specs include WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet connectivity and multiple HDMI outputs. The Ideum MT-55 Platform Multitouch Table is just $17,950 with two-year warranty. Assuming you have it.
Pancakes are awesome. When they are shaped like Star Wars characters they are even better. Now you can get two sets of molds, one with a bunch of vehicles, the other Star Wars heroes and villains. So now you can enjoy your pancakes on both the light and dark side of the force.
What could be better than dining on a Stormtrooper head or a Tie-Fighter? Not much, but then we are hardcore geeks. They range from $9.95 a set to $19.95. May the force be with your breakfast.
Your kid wants to be just like you and do grown up stuff, so naturally they want a camera, but there is no way you are handing over your expensive camera to a baby. So why not give them something designed for the age group?
Takara Tomy’s “First Digital Camera” sports a 1.44-inch LCD used for playback and even has a self-timer and an image sensor of 3 megapixels so they can get shots of their drooling playmates and stuff. It is able to take up to 99 photos and will cost you $110.
Versetta’s line of iPad cases are supposed to be handbags and cases that deliver form and fashion. According to them at least. The image above just looks like an older woman’s purse with an iPad screen in it. Oh well, you can’t always have a fashionable bag if you also want to tote your iPad.
The company has two separate lines for these pouches, one for professionals and one for ladies. Both versions allow you to access your iPad, ports and everything, without removing it from the case.
Still thinking about an Android 3.1 tablet? This may sway you toward Archos. Back in June, Archos revealed two new G9 models: the 8-inch 80 and the 10-inch 101. And now pricing has been revealed for their September release.
The smaller will start at $299.99 and the larger at $369.99 for the 8GB base models. 250GB options are also available for both, boasting Seagate’s 7mm Momentus Thin HDD technology, for those who need a large storage option. So, who wants one?
The MagicTile Marathon supports 3G, has a 1.3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 1080p video playback via HDMI output. The rechargeable battery delivers up to 8-hours of use. It comes with a 16GB microSD card to get you started. It will cost you Rs. 29,990 or about $675.
The Telikin Touchscreen PC is a new touchscreen PC designed for less tech savvy seniors. In other words, older people. It’s basically an Asus all-in-one PC repackaged with super easy to use, touch based software. Grandma should find this one easier to use. We hope.
Old people sometimes have trouble with things like viruses, firewalls, etc, so Telikin is designed to work out of the box with minimum setup. It comes with Video Chat, Photo Sharing, Email, Calendar, News, Weather, Address Book Web Browsing software and even games like solitaire, blackjack, memory, majong, and photo scramble. The U.I. organizes all of the features into an easy interface.
Many believe that Sprint and other US carriers are preparing releases of branded handsets based on the Galaxy S II, Samsung’s successor to the Galaxy S. Now some new shots seem to support this rumor. One shows the textured back of a device bearing both Sprint and Samsung logos along with an 8 megapixel camera.
The texture and camera are similar to what we’re expecting from S II-based models, so it makes sense. It might be called the Galaxy Within when it launches within days or weeks. It will probably be marketed as a high-end alternative to the EVO 3D that swaps 3D support for Samsung’s Super AMOLED Plus display tech.
We aren’t sure what it is about the Android robot, but he’s just so adorable. Even as a trash can. You could probably build your own if you have a spare trash can. This one was made by a Taiwanese guy who loves Android.
It has LED eyes, movable “arms” and “legs” and you can control it with a remote, and rotate the joystick to spin it 360 degrees. Hopefully we won’t see an army of these on our streets anytime soon.
Despite the fact that it took two full years to go from announced to shipped status, Finis’ Aquapulse is now finally shipping. It’s a head-mounted device that uses an Infrared sensor to monitor your heart rate via your earlobe.
You get the rate in real time through bone conduction technology. Pretty interesting technology, for the health conscious. It will even go underwater for swimmers. It will cost you $149.99. Hey it’s the hardest working muscle in your body. It’s worth it right?
Acer’s TravelMate 8481 features an extra thin bezel and 13 hours of battery life for those of you who are on the road. Acer originally had a mid-June launch in mind, but now we have word that the Core i7-packing notebook is coming in late August.
UK pricing is £699, though we have no idea yet when it will arrive in the states. When we hear something we will let you know as usual.
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