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30Nov/110

Visualized: Sweden’s Dreamhack in pictures

What does a legion of Swedish LAN party-goers and a 120Gbps internet connection look like? Something like this. Dreamhack, officially (by Guinness Book of Records, no less) the world's largest LAN party, offered up all sorts of gaming thrills along the lines of StarCraft II and Counter-Strike to the 12,000 attendees. It looks like the air was thick with excitement, perspiration -- and hopefully a little air freshener.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/30/visualized-swedens-dreamhack-in-pictures/

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30Nov/110

Le radio digitali Pure ONE Serie II per l’ascolto flessibile

Pure tira fuori dal cappello una nuova interessante radio digitale. Anzi due: la nuova gamma One Serie II accoglie infatti ONE Elite Serie II e ONE Classic Serie II, due radio digitali DAB+, FM e Internet estremamente portatili e compatte. La loro particolarità, che le distingue dagli altri modelli in commercio, sta nella speciale funzione Listen Later (ossia ascolta più tardi) che permette di registrare comodamente la programmazione radiofonica preferita per poi fruirne quando e come meglio si crede. Un’esperienza flessibile.

Pure ONE Elite Serie II e ONE Classic Serie II vanno così a rimpolpare un catalogo ben fornito e variegato, insieme anche a Pure ONE Mini Serie II, una radio portatile digitale e FM dal basso costo (79.99€) e alta qualità. Come funziona Listen Later? Si imposta l’orario del giorno o dei giorni della settimana in cui registrare un programma e lo si ascolta quando si vuole.

C’è un pulsante apposito che facilita anche l’ascolto in differita, nel caso in cui si dovesse mettere in pausa il programma per poi tornare a mettere in play in un secondo momento. Come per gli altri modelli Pure, ONE Elite Serie II e ONE Classic Serie II garantiscono una serie di impostazioni personalizzabili e offrono una scelta cromatica nera o bianca.

Le caratteristiche tecniche includono radio FM, sveglia con toni oppure con radio, timer da cucina, memorizzazione di 30 stazioni preferite, funzione IntelliText per un’informazione variegata e ricca e textSCAN. E’ possibile avvalersi della batteria ricaricabile ChargePAK C6L (49,99€) per fino a 28 e 30 ore di autonomia. Il prezzo delle radio ONE Elite Serie II e ONE Classic Serie II è rispettivamente di €199,99 e € 99,99.

Date un’occhiata alla nostra recensione di Pure Evoke Flow e le nuove radio Pure con Flowsongs.

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30Nov/110

Charles Walton, father of RFID technology, dies at 89

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30Nov/110

Kindle Fire gets first taste of CM7, needs work on its hand-eye coordination



Well, with source code and root firmly in hand, it was only a matter of time before someone got a custom ROM up and running on the Fire. Of course, the first contestant for your hacked Kindle dollar is the reliable, and damn-near ubiquitous CM7. XDA Developers Forum member JackpotClavin posted a pair of images showing the Gingerbread-based ROM booted up on his 7-inch Amazon tablet. He isn't offering the code for download yet, primarily because there are still a host of bugs to work out -- including a severely mixed up touch panel thats about 90-degrees out of sync with actual display. On the plus side, it does appear that WiFi is working. We suppose if you're impatient you can join the frothing masses begging Clavin to release the code, but we'll be waiting for something a little more polished before risking our shiny new slate. One more pic after the break.

[Thanks, Matthias]

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/29/kindle-fire-gets-first-taste-of-cm7-needs-work-on-its-hand-eye/

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30Nov/110

Time Warner Cable’s tablet app available for Android, live TV streaming still iPad only

November 29, 2011 05:18 PM Eastern Time
Time Warner Cable Brings TWC TV™ App to Android Tablets

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Time Warner Cable today announced the launch of the TWC TV™ app for Android tablets. This free feature gives Digital TV customers the ability to program their DVR, add favorite channels and even use their Android tablet as a remote control. The app is available to all customers with set-top boxes or DVRs running the Time Warner Cable "Navigator" interactive program guide.

Features on TWCTV™ 1.0 for the Android tablet include:

Interactive Program Guide (IPG) – a complete IPG experience, with 7 days of program listings including full program description
Search – search TV listings by title or episode name
Remote Control of STB – the ability to use the Android tablet as a set-top box remote control, choosing a program from the grid guide and tuning the DVR or set-top box to the selected channel.
DVR Manager – the ability to remotely schedule or change upcoming DVR recordings

The app has been certified to run on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or Motorola Xoom, but is designed to run on any Honeycomb (Android 3.x) tablet. Customers can download TWC TV™ 1.0 from the Android Market, launch it, log in and scroll through the interactive program guide to select preferred programming.

For more information on the app, please visit the Time Warner Cable Untangled blog at www.twcableuntangled.com.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/29/time-warner-cables-tablet-app-available-for-android-live-tv-st/

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30Nov/110

Apple puts Galaxy Tab 10.1N on the chopping block, asks German court for preliminary injunction

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30Nov/110

Vuzix Tac-Eye LT offers a clip on HUD for rugged, wannabe cyborgs

Vuzix' See-Through Tac-Eye Devices Now Available in Europe

November 28th 2011, Oxford, UK: Vuzix Corporation (TSX-V: VZX, OTC:BB: VUZI, FMB: V7X) ("Vuzix" or the "Company") today announced that its Tac-Eye® Monocular Display System is now available for purchase across Europe. The Tac-Eye LT is a lightweight, low profile, high-resolution monocular eyewear designed for use in the field where rugged hands-free video displays are needed. Part of Vuzix' award winning technology, the Tac-Eye LT unit enables users to view the real world alongside relevant computer generated information, graphics and alerts. Available in three formats: Video, VGA and VGA/Video the Tac-Eye LT is available now from www.vuzix.eu

Designed with the mobile user in mind, its high-contrast SVGA (800x600) display is perfect for displaying images from a wearable computer, laptop, vehicle mounted computer system, security cameras, or any other video source. Combined with some of the new Ultra Mobile PC's, European users now have access to one of the lightest, rugged wearable computers systems ever built.

Mounted on Oakley SI Ballistic M-Frame 2.0 eyewear (but also clips onto standard safety glasses), the monocular display will improve the user's situational awareness over other monocular models. Currently used across several markets in the US, the Tac-Eye LT is expected to be a popular choice with industrial organisations across Europe due to being able to withstand varying degrees of shock, vibration, water, dust and temperature fluctuations.

The VGA unit includes a standard VGA connector as well as a rugged mouse, the Video unit provides a BNC and RCA connection that will accept NTSC, PAL, and RS-170 video signals and the VGA/ Video unit includes all of the connectors and input devices from both of the VGA and Video configurations.

David Lock, Director of Operations EMEA Region, Vuzix commented, "The Tac-Eye has been a popular choice among the defense, security and industrial sectors across the US for some time now and we have regularly received requests for information on the Tac-Eye products from interested parties in Europe. We're delighted to now be offering these products and to have the ability to fulfill all of the potential sales requests that come into the European office."


Features:


· Designed to meet MIL-STD 810F: Shock, Vibration, Water, Dust, Drop, Temp

· Display: SVGA+ (852x600) Color AMOLED

· 30° Diagonal Field of View

· Capable of displaying SVGA, NTSC, RS-170, and PAL formats

· Controls: Power, display brightness, and display orientation are controlled by the inline control pad

· Mounts to standard ballistic sunglasses from Revision, ESS, and Oakley

About Vuzix Corporation

Vuzix is a leading supplier of Video Eyewear products in the defense, consumer and media

entertainment markets. The Company's products, personal display devices that offer users a portable

high quality viewing experience, provide solutions for mobility, thermal sighting systems, tactical

wearable displays and virtual and augmented reality. With its origins in defense research and

development for next generation display solutions, Vuzix holds over 51 patents in the Video Eyewear

field. The company has won 9 Consumer Electronics Show Innovations Awards, the Retail Vision Best

New Product and several wireless technology innovation awards, among others. Founded in 1997,

Vuzix is a public company (TSX-V:VZX - News, OTC:BB: VUZI, FMB: V7X) with offices in Rochester,

NY, Oxford, UK and Tokyo, Japan. For more information visit www.vuzix.com.


Forward-Looking Statements Disclaimer

Certain statements contained in this release are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of

the Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and applicable Canadian securities laws. Forward

looking statements contained in this release relate to, among other things, future product releases,

new opportunities, the Company's ability to capitalize on new opportunities and the Company's

leadership in the Video Eyewear industry. They are generally identified by words such as "plans,"

"seeks," "believes," "may," "expects," "anticipates," "should'" and similar expressions. Readers should

not place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which are based upon the Company's

beliefs and assumptions as of the date of this release. The Company's actual results could differ

materially from those projected in the Company's forward-looking statements due to, among other

things, our ability to raise necessary capital; government regulation of our technologies; our ability to

enforce our intellectual property rights and protect our proprietary technologies; the timing of new

product launches; delays in product development; and dependence on third parties for certain key

components. These risk factors and others are described in more detail in the "Risk Factors" section

of the Company's Annual Reports and MDA filed with the United States Securities and Exchange

Commission and applicable Canadian securities regulators (copies of which may be obtained at

www.sedar.com or www.sec.gov). Subsequent events and developments may cause these forward looking statements to change. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation or intention to update or revise these forward-looking statements as a result of changed events or circumstances that occur after the date of this release, except as required by applicable law.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the

policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this

release.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/29/vuzix-tac-eye-lt-offers-a-clip-on-hud-for-rugged-wannabe-cyborg/

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30Nov/110

Crapgadget: ‘you really shouldn’t have’ edition



Looking for a great gift for someone you love? Look no further than our extensive
Holiday Gift Guides. Looking for a gift for someone for whom you harbor a strong sense of indifference or vague dislike? We've got your back with this installment of Crapgadget, featuring a security-enabled fanny pack, some suction cup speakers and a bedazzled bird.

Read - Here's one way to assure that your iPhone 4 never gets stolen: dress it up like an awful looking camera.
Read - USB speakers with suction cups on the back? Perhaps it's time to instate suckgadget.
Read - You'll never fly high with bedazzled wings. Yep, we featured a similar bird speaker before, but we figured this ornamentation deserved a second go 'round.
Read - It seems to us that wearing a fanny pack is its own built-in security system, but if you're still concerned about people nabbing something from your midsection, the Waist Pack with Built-in Personal Security Alarm can help.
Read- No need to chalk up your palms before the next round of PS3 gaming.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/29/crapgadget-you-really-shouldnt-have-edition/

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30Nov/110

Google continues its massive facelift, intros new persistent nav bar (video)

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30Nov/110

Engadget HD Podcast 276

Even with the holiday break, it's been a busy week and we've got plenty to discuss including some long-awaited events, like a new HD guide from Comcast, the DirecTiVo, and SlingPlayer for Boxee Box. That's not all however, since we're just a week away from Microsoft's latest assault on the living room with the new Xbox 360 dashboard, and with CES just over a month away rumors are heating up including news about Samsung and Google TV. We've also got our holiday shopping guide for 2011 to talk about, so check out that list and what we're watching over the next week and add in your suggestions in the comments below.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

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05:23 - Revamped Xbox 360 dashboard to launch on December 6th, Microsoft confirms
16:50 - Microsoft acquires VideoSurf, promises to bring better video search and discovery to Xbox Live
20:02 - Comcast shows off its new 'Barcelona' HD guide upgrade
25:07 - TiVo Q4 results bring first sub growth in years, DirecTiVo is imminent
30:32 - Samsung in 'last-stage talks' to use Google TV, will show off hardware after CES
32:46 - Blu-ray video encryption cracked using $260 kit
38:33 - SlingPlayer for Connected Devices is here, arrives first on Boxee Box
41:15 - Sky Sports dedicated F1 HD channel coming next season
44:10 - Engadget's holiday gift guide 2011: HDTV and home theater
54:00 - Must See HDTV (November 28th - December 4th)

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