These days, it seems that new and exciting technologies are coming out more quickly than most of us can keep track of them. A few times a year a major new smart phone is hitting the market; tablet designs are being updated at just as rapid a pace; and new file sharing and social networking programs like ShareFile and Facebook are improving the efficiency with which people communicate and conduct business.

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We saw all sorts of interesting devices in the past, and today we have a device that combines tablet and portable TV into a single device.


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Today Microsoft has unveiled at the E3 2012 – Xbox SmartGlass, an application that will allow users to connect phones (Android, iOS, Windows Phones), PCs and tablets with their Xbox 360 console.

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Until now, the smartphone market has been lacking in a true high tech wrist watch or ‘smart watch’ that perfectly pairs and shares the capabilities of our smartphones. Sure LG had a proper go at it with the LG GD910 but it was expensive and never picked up in popularity. This is why we think the Allerta Pebble smart watch will be big.

 

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Check out the latest offering by Lenovo announced today, yes, its yet another Android tablet. What’s great about the new IdeaTab S2109 is that its slim (8.9mm) and comes in a nice gunmetal finish, in addition to having Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board.

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We were fortunate to have been sent the Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) just before the Christmas holidays began and whilst we’ve been keeping our mouths full of mince pies, chocolate and mulled wine we’ve also taken some time to unbox and capture a quick gallery.

Is it a tablet or is it a smartphone? Difficult to say and we’ve seen mixed reviews regarding its 5.3″ front panel. While we continue to test out the Galaxy Note, here’s a quick summary of its key specs.

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Using a single device as a universal controller is great, especially if you have tools such as VooMote One that can turn your iOS device into universal remote controller. On the other hand, Android users didn’t have the ability to turn their devices into remote controllers, until now.

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