Transferring files from your digital camera can be a hassle sometimes, but there’s no need to worry since Toshiba has a little something that can speed things up a bit.


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If you’re a photographer, and you want to transfer your photos from your camera to your mobile device, you need to take several steps, but luckily for you, today we have a little device that might make sharing your photos from your camera to your mobile device faster and simpler.


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Boosting the sound on your mobile devices with portable speakers is always a good idea, and if you’re looking for a portable speaker for your tablet, smartphone or MP3 player, today we have the right model for you.

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In the CES 2011, SanDisk today announced the first product in a new category of embedded solid state drives (SSD), that are the world’s smallest solid state drives so far.

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Windows Phone 7 has SD card swapping issues

On October 15, 2010, in Cell Phones, Hardware, by Mike Jefferson

Windows Phone 7 is a great OS and already we’ve seen many phones that are using it. Although Windows 7 Phone works great, it is now realised that there are now some issues relating to swapping of SD cards.

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When we were first sent the new Sony ICF-CL75iP, the first impression was great, now we can compare it to the ICF-C8WM which we reviewed earlier, a few months ago. But if you read on, you’ll find that during the process of reviewing the ICF-CL75iP, we became increasingly aware that they’re in fact, not comparable. Even if you take away the obvious, that is that both devices support different music players.

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Since the news of Nokia’s new N900 Maemo phone became official late last week, there’s been a huge influx of different images, photos and hands on videos onto the internet so we thought it was probably time to gather all of these to create one nice collection. For those who missed the news, the crucial part in our view is less so about the new phone but rather a new mobile operating system known as the Maemo by Nokia.

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With every phonemaker trying to gain the edge with their own brand of phone OS, the Finns’ punch line for the Maemo is simple, the internet. The Maemo is very internet centred, in fact, behind the Maemo internet browser is a very familiar fast Mozilla’s engine.

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