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Top 5 Consumer Electronics Brands for 2012 – 2013

Friday, May 17th, 2013
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Usage of consumer electronics in today’s world has become a vital part of our lives. Life without consumer based electronics seems tough, unmanageable and kind of incomplete. We should sincerely thank the brands manufacturing electronics to be ultimately used by consumers. Here’s a list of top 5 brands who’ve rolled out the best of consumer electronics.

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5 most aggravated heart throb technologies which one can wish to get invented

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

For the very first time, boffins in France have invented anti-Wi-Fi wallpaper ,which looks and performs functions exactly like normal wallpaper but it blocks Wi-Fi signals.But it blocks only the frequencies on which Wi-Fi basically operates it doesn’t block others.

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3 basic guidelines for picking the Right Smartphone for business purpose

Saturday, May 19th, 2012 3 basic guidelines for picking the Right Smartphone for business purpose

When the smartphone is to be selected particularly for the business then it is very easy that the people can get swept with the latest models of the mobile phone whether it is Nokia Lumia 900 or IPhone 5.

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Samsung lead over iPhone in smart phone sale in third quarter

Saturday, October 29th, 2011 Samsung lead over iPhone in smart phone sale in third quarter

Samsung is leading the smartphone sales in the third quarter of 2011, interestingly it has taken over apples iPhone in order to go at the top. Meanwhile both of the companies have compiled several lawsuit infringements over each other.

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Dell Venue Pro is finally available to order

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010 Dell Venue Pro is finally available to order
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The Dell Venue Pro was one of the most anticipated Windows Phone 7 devices since Microsoft officially announced the new mobile Operating System. The device features a 4.1-inch AMOLED capacitive touch screen display, and is a portrait slider that has a full physical QWERTY keyboard. The handset is available in two versions 8GB and 16GB.

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Amazon launches ‘Kindle for the Web’

Monday, October 4th, 2010 Amazon launches ‘Kindle for the Web’

Kindle for the web is a site where you can read and share Book Samples without having to leave your browser. Amazon.com today introduced “Kindle for the Web” , which will make it all the more easier for you to search for books and various authors by sampling Kindle Books without having to do any installation or downloading, directly through web browsers.

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Sony Bravia Waterproof Mini TV

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009 Sony Bravia Waterproof Mini TV

Today Bravia by Sony Company is famous and currently available in the market for its large in size and high pixels like 720p or 1080p. Now Sony Bravia is introducing its new small size television of about 4-inch LCD screen with about 16.7 million colors. The major factor is that it’s a waterproof TV that can be surviving for about half an hour under 3-feet deep.

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Myvu crystal video headsets moving technology one step further

Monday, December 29th, 2008 Myvu crystal video headsets moving technology one step further

The concept of virtual reality goggles has been in conversation for some time. And now a company named Myvu, have practically applied that concept. the exceedingly sleek looking crystal set is now the hottest deal in town.

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$7000, no wait $6999 for a TV

Friday, October 31st, 2008 $7000, no wait $6999 for a TV

No we are not crazy and this is USD and not some other currency either. Clearly there has to be a good reason for such a price. Well so think Mitsubishi having launched the world’s first laser powered television. Although a bit late (originally slated for 3rd quarter of 2008 release), it still comes in as the world’s first. There are quite a few features that make this interesting, shall we say.

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