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This Virtual Keyboard That Hangs On Your Keychain

Laser-based virtual keyboards have been around a while.  So far, though, we’ve never seen one that’s small enough to make it worthwhile to really stop carrying a separate keyboard if you want to type on your tablet or phone with bigger keys.  That is, until we saw the Keychain Virtual Keyboard, which can hook onto a key fob and slide into your pocket for hassle-free transport. Sold... 

Interactive Projector from Light Touch Makes a Touchscreen from Any Surface

The Light Touch was developed by engineers from Light Blue Optics. Unveiled at CES 2010, the device represents an interactive projector with multi-touch technology that makes it possible to transform virtually any surface into a touchscreen. The gadget shows multimedia content using Holographic Laser Projection (HLP) technology. Because the Light Touch brings high-quality video images in WVGA... 

Energenie protective case doubles iPhone’s battery life

You know the drill, you need to make a phone call on your iPhone and bam, the battery has run out. Energenie is the latest company to offer a solution with its iPhone 4/4S Chargegenie Sleevecharger. Clip your iPhone into the Sleevecharger case and not only will your handset be protected from any bumps, scuffs and knocks, but you’ll also double the battery life. While the Chargegenie Sleevecharger... 

Denon home and portable speakers provide audio streaming for Apple, Android and Windows devices

Denon has unveiled two docking speakers that can stream your music no matter whether you’re an iPhone, Android or Windows user. Though both the Denon Cocoon Home and Cocoon Portable speaker docks are optimised for iOS devices – the dock is only compatible with iPhones, iPads and iPods – by downloading Denon’s advanced app for free, along with AirPlay for iTunes, Android and Windows Phone users... 

Are these the nano-SIM tray and home button of the iPhone 5?

Earlier this year, lots of major phone makers fought over the design of the next generation SIM cards – known as nano-SIM – and Apple won out in the end. Photos of the alleged SIM tray for the iPhone 5 have surfaced and show the difference in size between micro- and nano-SIM, but no other changes in the design of the tray. The nano-SIM design promises 40% smaller SIM cards, which will... 

Best portable radios

Fancy some political discourse, Olympic sport commentary, gentle DJ patter or pop-rock clatter on the run? It’s online and on your TV, smartphone and tablet, but hard-button radios are still one of the nation’s favourite gadgets. The most popular radio in the UK at the moment is the DAB (digital audio broadcasting) radio, though a clear reception on the move can be tricky. If you don’t need... 

London 2012 Olympics athletes banned from wearing Beats by brand police

Athletes competing at the London 2012 Olympic Games have been banned from wearing headphones made by anyone other than official partnerPanasonic. This includes members of Team GB, who have been spotted during the live broadcasts sporting British-themed Beats by Dr Dre headsets. Tom Daley was seen wearing a pair before his first diving medal attempt, while Team GB’s goalkeeper Jack Butland tweeted... 

Logitech launches TV Cam HD for living room video chats: built-in Skype, 720p, $200

If Cisco’s ill-fated Umi video conferencing system had been more like this, would it have survived?Logitech is about to find out, one way or the other, once its TV Cam HD — recently spotted at the FCC — arrives in the US this month. The $199.99 device hooks up to your TV and contains all the processing power needed to run Skype and transmit wide-angle, 720p footage of your... 

Google postponing Nexus Q launch in Order to Add New Features

Apparently Google’s strange little media streamer isn’t quite ready for prime time — not according to the company that made it, at least. The software giant has begun sending out a note to pre-orderers letting them know that the launch of the sphere has been delayed in order to “work on making it even better.” The company adds that it’s responding to user feedback... 

Logitech HD Pro C920

If you spend a lot of time doing Skype video chats, here’s your chance to do them in full 1080p HD. As long as you have good lighting and a relatively new PC running Windows 7 (the c920 isn’t Mac compatible), your chat partners will see you in all your HD glory (it’s up to you whether or not that’s a good thing). If you’re not a Skype user, the c920 will work with other... 
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