Friday, December 16, 2011

Netgear goes after Roku with NeoTV

The Roku 2 XS is currently our pick for best media-streaming solution under $100, but today Netgear looks to stiffen the competition with NeoTV, the company's latest Internet-connected TV add-on for just $80.


Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Secret behind Microsoft iPad apps

Microsoft has tongues wagging over its rapid pace of releasing apps for the iPad. There are those who believe the folks from Redmond should only develop app versions for its own platforms, namely Windows and Windows Phone. Others believe Microsoft is simply being competitive by having apps on competing platforms in addition to its own. Microsoft is a software company, after all, and is just releasing as many versions of its products as possible.


Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Smart Thermostat

At Nest Labs, former Apple product engineers Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers have molded their thermostat with many of the design and technology characteristics of Apple products like the iPod and iPhone. SmartPlanet's Sumi Das visits the startup to see what they've been up to and finds out what Fadell--who oversaw the design and production of the iPod--learned from Steve Jobs.


Friday, December 9, 2011

Ten gadgets that died in 2011

With the release of devices like the iPad 2, Kindle Fire, and countless powerful Android smartphones, 2011 was a big year for technology. But with the success of some comes the failure of others, and this year showed that not all devices had what it took to last forever. While some devices were phased out and others outright killed, they all share one quality: they are all dead. Welcome to the gadget graveyard of 2011.


Thursday, December 8, 2011

Microsoft Gives Peek Inside Windows App Store

Besides revealing the approximate release date of the Windows 8 beta, Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled details about its forthcoming online store for selling Windows 8 Metro-style applications.


Monday, December 5, 2011

Are Windows 8 Tablet and Chip-Makers Teaming to Copy Apple Magic?

Unless Microsoft starts making its own processors and devices, it can't be an Apple-like company in control of everything. But it may get part-way there by asking chip-makers to team up with only one or two device-makers for Windows 8 tablets.


Friday, December 2, 2011

Finding and cleaning out your smartphone’s Carrier IQ poison

Isn’t it wonderful? It turns out that a spyware rootkit from a company called Carrier IQ is on hundreds of millions of Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Only Windows Phone-powered smartphones seems to have avoiding this program that reports on almost everything you do with your phone.


Tuesday, November 29, 2011


New Product for TV entertainment


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The $200 Windows 8 tablet will change everything

If MS-DOS, Windows, Android, the IBM PC, $99 TouchPad, and $200 Kindle Fire have taught us anything about technology it’s that being cheaper — if not better — than the competition one of the fastest and surest routes to success.


Friday, November 18, 2011


Import existing .NET libraries and use them in your MonoTouch apps. Easily bind existing C and Objective-C libraries as well.


Creating Windows Apps

Microsoft has recently presented the upcoming Windows 8 at the BUILD developer conference. At the same time, a developer program was launched. The new Windows is laid out to run not only on traditional desktop PCs, but also on tablets and other types of slates. The biggest innovation is touch input optimization, along with deep UI changes to support it.


Tuesday, November 15, 2011

AutoCAD Mobile App

AutoCAD on the go.

GWizNex Sale

GWizNex InfoRadio for $14.99

Springpad - save anything you want to remember

Checkout this overview of the Springpad web app & mobile apps. Save anything you want to remember, organize the things you save, and use the things you save. Learn more at


Monday, November 14, 2011

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

ipad in car, dodge charger

ipad in car, dodge charger, first ever motorized

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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Samsung Series 7 Slate: Powerful, Slick, and the Best Windows Slate to Date

The Windows 8 release is just around the bend, and it may be Microsoft's great hope for making a dent in a tablet market dominated by the iPad. But if any device can presently make a case for Windows 7 tablet PCs, it's the Samsung Series 7 Slate. It's by far, the slickest Win 7 tablet I've seen to date, as it borrows design and UI elements from its mobile counterparts, and combines them with Core i5 power and a full operating system.


HP Slate 2 Tablet Hands-On Review: The Best Windows Tablet You Can Buy?

It was just last year when Steve Ballmer showed off the tablet that would become known as HP's Slate 500 tablet PC. It was a massive change of direction from where Windows-based tablets had been in the past, and a clear sign of the coming tablet wave.


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tablet Android Review & Car Mount

Things you can do with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Of course with the new GWizNex InfoRadio v4.5, you can now surf the internet and drive:

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Unboxing the Samsung Microsoft Windows 8 tablet

Unboxing the Samsung Windows 8 700T1A core i5 tablet from Microsoft Build developer conference September 13th2011 Aneheim, CA.

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Windows 8 Tablet Prototypes: 5,000 Samsung Devices Given To Eager Developers

ANAHEIM, California (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp handed out 5,000 sleek Samsung tablet computers running a test version of Windows 8 at its annual developer conference on Tuesday, hoping to stoke excitement over its new operating system.


Windows 8 Samsung Tablet Preview

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Skytab S-Series (Windows 7 Tablet PC)

Witness the birth of the next-generation tablet PC by SKYTEX. Powered by EXOPC, and harnessing the synergy of the Intel® Atom™ processor and Windows® 7 Home Premium, the SKYTAB S-series tablet PC offers a satisfying multi-touch experience like no other.


Tuesday, November 1, 2011

HP already testing Windows 8 on TouchPads

Now that HP’s new CEO Meg Whitman has committed to keeping its PC division,’s report from early last week that the company is currently testing Windows 8 on the TouchPad makes a lot more sense.

Although HP staffers say they are only doing “proof-of-concept work” by installing the Windows 8 Developer Release on the now extinct hardware, at least they are exploring what the next TouchPad could be like. According to Whitman, she hasn’t decided on what to do with webOS just yet but given that Richard Kerris, the former VP of Worldwide Developer Relations, just quit last week, the OS’ days seem numbered.


Google Maps taking viewers inside shops

Google's free online map service is letting shops, gyms, restaurants and other small businesses provide viewers glimpses of what lies behind facades seen on Street View.


Scientists reach the heights with gecko-inspired robot

Researchers have developed a tank-like robot that has the ability to scale smooth walls, opening up a series of applications ranging from inspecting pipes, buildings, aircraft and nuclear power plants to deployment in search.

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Audials Software

Audials Software is the leader for radio stations, music streaming and videos online, movies from online movie stores, music TV, podcasts, copies of DVDs and TV-shows.


Monday, October 31, 2011

How do I get data off the hard drive in my dead computer?

My computer has died on me. I can't get it to boot up. I need to take the hard drive out and pull my files off from it. How do I retrieve the files off my hard drive? Thanks for any help you can give me.

Here's how...

Windows 8 will have voice recognition

Microsoft is working to make its newest operating system, Windows 8, capable of functions to voice recognition commands to execute. The product will be known as Microsoft Tellme . The intention is to create a consolidated system where everything can be done by voice, without the need for peripherals such as mouse and keyboard.


Friday, October 28, 2011

Steven Tyler Shows Off His Broken Face, Promises He's Still Sober

I hope he can still rock on after his accident:


HP will make Windows 8 tablets, no WebOS plans yet

Hewlett-Packard announced Thursday that it has decided to keep its PC business, which is the world's largest, after considering a spinoff of its "personal services group."

Such as separation was first proposed in August by HP's then-Chief Executive Leo Apotheker, who was ousted in September in favor of former EBay CEO Meg Whitman. Whitman and HP have decided to stick with PCs.

But what about tablets? And what about HP's WebOS operating system, which also went under a strategic review in August?

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Windows Tablet PC ‘OCS9’ Pre-orders Begin Oct. 18, Will Feature Smart O-bar

OCS9, OCOSMOS' new tablet PC, will be sold by pre-order online starting Oct. 18 through technology retailer Dynamism. While the option to pre-order will only be available in the U.S., Japan and Korea, OCOSMOS says it will soon begin to market products in other countries. However, the company has not listed the price of the tablet yet.


Tuesday, July 12, 2011

ASUS Eee Slate EP121-1A011M 12.1-Inch Tablet PC

Fully functional Tablet PC with Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium:


ASUS website

Here's the cheapest one on the market that I've seen so far:

Mac Connection

Monday, June 27, 2011

Google Gets Approval For Self Driven Cars in Nevada

Google has been experimenting with the self driven cars for a long time now. Google was experimenting with its cars and now it has got approval for its self driven cars. The technology will be currently approved only in the State of Nevada and all other cities will have to wait for the law to come to their state. The State of Nevada has formulated some special laws that will allow such autonomous cars to ply in their cities.


LED Lights Send Internet Data in Minnesota

ST. CLOUD, Minn. - Flickering ceiling lights are usually a nuisance, but in city offices in St. Cloud, they will actually be a pathway to the Internet.

Fox News Report


Tuesday, June 7, 2011

SlimPRO SP345: Small Mini Computer

This in-car pc connects 12V power from your car battery:


Monday, May 23, 2011


A wireless number pad can be used with you Netbook to control the GWizNex InfoRadio while you are driving:


Tuesday, April 12, 2011

GoToMyPC iPad Demo

See how easily GoToMyPC for iPad provides a fast & secure connection to your Mac or PC from an iPad, allowing you to access & work on your data, files, network & applications from anywhere.

GoToMyPC iPad Demo

Monday, March 21, 2011

iPad can access the virtual desktop windows

iPad more and more optimized for corporate activity. Most recently, VMWare virtualization solutions provider try to prove if the Apple tablet PC, the company is able to access the virtual desktops from anywhere.

VMware has just released an application is virtualized VMware View Client for iPad is available for free at Apple App Store.


Monday, February 14, 2011

Robot Shop

RobotShop, the World's Leading Robot Store for Personal and Professional Robot Technology. Here you will find personal robots, professional robots, robot toys, robot kits and robot parts for building your own robots.

Robot Shop

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Report: iPad 2 in Production

The iPad 2 is coming soon, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal that said the next-generation device is currently in production.
Citing "people familiar with the matter" the new slimmer, lighter iPad will include a faster processor, a camera, and more memory. The resolution of the display, however, won't get much of an upgrade from the existing model, the report said.


Friday, January 14, 2011

The Future of Auto Infotainment

It's often said that if you want to know the future of something then you invent it. That's certainly a golden rule at GWizNex, LLC. Imagine that while you're driving that you have the ability to listen to real time information about weather, up-to-the-minute events in the area, latest comedian acts, and trendy music from the internet at your finger tips. This new auto infotainment experience literally transforms your drive from a static/boring one to a dynamic/exciting one with heightened situational awareness at any point during the drive. Is this possible? The answer is a resounding yes.


Wednesday, January 12, 2011

In-Vehicle Infotainment

For many years, car entertainment has been primarily the CD player/radio and satellite radio. However with the advancements in information technology such as mobile wireless routers and tablet PCs (e.g. Apple iPad), a new world has opened up for car entertainment. The term "infotainment" has been used by the auto industry and many others to describe this new entertainment media. Infotainment is basically a neologistic portmanteau of information and entertainment. Unfortunately, the auto industry has been slow to develop technologies that provide drivers and passengers with an innovative/creative infotainment experience. This new market has clearly been underdeveloped and it seemed to me that it was time for something brand new.


Monday, January 10, 2011

Motorola Xoom tablet crowned best CES gadget

LAS VEGAS (AFP) – Motorola Mobility's Xoom tablet computer powered by new "Honeycomb" software from Google was crowned the best gadget at the giant Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on Saturday.
Along with being declared the top creation at the dazzling gadget extravaganza, Xoom was also honored as the best of the scores of tablets introduced here as fresh competitors in a market dominated by Apple iPads.


Friday, January 7, 2011

Verizon reveals first 4G wireless tablets, phones

LAS VEGAS – This year, the big national wireless carriers will be racing to stake their claims in the new frontier of service: ultra-fast data access — for smart phones and laptops as well as for gadgets like tablets


Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Top 9 iPad in-Car Solutions

We've added another one to our list below! A buddy of mine sent this last night, an iPad integration in a Maserati. This was executed by a shop in Turkey. The install included modifying a dock connector to charge AND do A/V output. See more pics here.


2011 CES Preview: 5 Big Trends to Watch For

In Las Vegas this week, it's gadgets, gizmos and goodies -- oh my!
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which begins this Thursday in Las Vegas, has a checkered 40-plus-year history when it comes to introducing new products to the public. And this week, when more than 130,000 attendees descend on the show, will be no exception.


Rivals to the iPad Say This Is the Year

Welcome to the year of the tablet. Again.

Last year was supposed to be the year manufacturers would wow consumers with offerings of all sorts of tablet computers. Steven A. Ballmer, Microsoft’s chief executive, took the stage in January at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the industry’s premier trade show, and displayed three devices that he said would be on sale in the months ahead. Dozens of smaller companies laid out their own tablet plans at the show.