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Tannoy TFX review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 28 November 2011 15:52

From TrustedReviews:

Speaker shoppers looking to make the most of a tight budget would do well to check out Tannoy’s TFX – its crisp, potent sound quality, robust build quality and curvy gloss-black styling make it terrific value for money

Reviewed by Danny Phillips

25 November 2011

We're watching: malls track shopper's cell phone signals to gather marketing data
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 26 November 2011 15:08

From ArsTechnica:

Online retailers have long gathered behavioral metrics about how customers shop, tracking their movements through e-shopping pages and using data to make targeted offers based on user profiles. Retailers in meat-space have had tried to replicate that with frequent shopper offers, store credit cards, and other ways to get shoppers to voluntarily give up data on their behavior, but these efforts have lacked the sort of data capacity provided by anonymous store browsers—at least until now. This holiday season, shopping malls in the US have started collecting data about shoppers by tracking the closest thing to "cookies" human beings carry—their cell phones.

Cyborg search-and-rescue insects' power source unveiled
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 24 November 2011 16:00

From the BBC:

Efforts to create an army of cyborg insects are being pursued by a team of US-based engineers.

The group is investigating ways to harvest energy from the creatures to power sensors and other equipment fastened to their bodies.

Can the iPhone 4S replace a 'real' digital camera?
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 21 November 2011 19:12

From Wired UK:

When Apple announced the iPhone 4S, the company certainly talked up the improvements made to the smartphone's integrated camera hardware. With 8 megapixels of resolution, a redesigned lens, and enhancements to its software, it certainly meets or exceeds the needs of most casual shooters.

Battery redesign could make phones charge in 15 minutes, last for a week
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 16:04

From Wired UK:

A team of engineers from Northwestern University have redesigned the lithium-ion battery -- the chunky energy cell found in the majority of modern gadgets -- so that it can charge ten times faster than current batteries, and last ten times longer.

Assassin's Creed Revelations review: the upside of yearly releases
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 19:23

From ArsTechnica:

With Assassin's Creed: Revelations being the third Assassin's Creed release in as many years, a fear of trepidation that the series would be back with diminishing returns isn't unfounded. Look at what an annual release schedule did to the once-great Guitar Hero: it takes time for developers to create and implement new gameplay systems and features. I went into Revelations skeptical and expecting to be unimpressed—and being wrong never felt this good.

Gigabyte releases new X79 boards
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 14 November 2011 18:18

From Fudzilla:

Supports 2nd Generation i7 processor

Motherboard maker Gigabyte has launched its latest X79 series enthusiast motherboard range. Supporting the latest 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 processor family for high-end desktops, these new X79 Express Chipset motherboards claim to “unite unrivalled desktop PC performance with a new level of hardware flexibility and control”, what ever that means.

New Facebook iPhone app forcing people to actually talk to each other
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 11 November 2011 17:41

From News Thump:

The new version of the Facebook iPhone app has dramatically improved the social lives of iPhone owners, by crashing their devices and forcing them to actually talk to other human beings.

The new version was released last night in what Facebook are calling a “back to basics move designed to help people rediscover the concept of tangible human relationships”.

The Asus Zenbook: a steely marvel with an appalling trackpad
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 10 November 2011 17:24

From ArsTechnica:

Following the runaway success of the slim and powerful MacBook Air, PC manufacturers have finally arrived on the scene with their own blade-thin models. The Asus Zenbook is one of the first compelling "ultrabooks" and certainly the most striking, with a brushed metal body and clean lines.

Asus Eee Pad Slider SL101 review
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 13:24

From Trusted Reviews:

The Asus Eee Pad Slider's keyboard sets it apart from the handful of Android Honeycomb tablets that can only clearly be separated by a few minor aesthetic differences and connectivity tweaks. It's one of the most interesting Android tablets of the year and it's not just a design gimmick. The added size and weight of the keyboard will severely limit the audience for this device, unlike the more versatile Eee Pad Transformer. But if this kind of home-bound tablet is what you're after, the great screen, smooth performance and good execution of the unusual design makes it worth a round of applause. However, we can't help but wish it had arrived a few months earlier, now the Transformer Prime is nearing release.



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