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Top Wi-Fi Boosters of 2014 to Get More from Your Wi-Fi Connectivity

Tweet Dropped Wi-Fi connectivity? Want to boost the Wi-Fi service so that you can stay hooked to your Smartphone, tablet, laptop or iPod from any place of a building? Usually the Wi-Fi access points or wireless routers are placed at a corner of a room so that nobody would trip up or to prevent unwanted damages to the device. This is one of the reasons signal tends to drop as we go to other parts of... Read More »

Sony® refreshes its Walkman series

Tweet Sony is excited to refresh its exclusive series of Walkman for the coming fall. Find out the newly released devices. Sony F800 series Android Walkman This newest addition flaunts a 3.5-inch multitouch LCD screen and incorporates Tegra 2 dual-core processor with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system. The Walkman F series features the sonically stimulating S-Master Digital Amplifier,... Read More »

Canon® announces release of high-tech home printers

Tweet Canon is proud to announce three high-tech photo-centric, multi-function printers, including Pixma MG4220 Wireless Photo AIO, Pixma MG3220 Wireless Photo AIO, and Pixma MG2220 Photo AIO. Each of the devices launched by Canon comes equipped with state-of-the-art features, making printing possible an easy and uncomplicated affair. More on Pixma MG4220, Pixma MG3220, and Pixma MG2220 Amongst all,... Read More »

Connect all household electronic devices to Internet with Electric Imp

Tweet Soon you can connect every electronic item in your household to the Internet with the help of a tiny card named Imp Card. Former iPhone engineering manager Hugo Fiennes, former Gmail designer Kevin Fox, and firmware engineer Peter Hartley have founded a company named Electric Imp whose mission is to turn every product you own into an Internet-connected device. How Imp Card works? Imp Cards are... Read More »

Tablet with only Wi-Fi® or cellular connection as well?

Tweet A study indicates that tablet owners, these days, prefer Wi-Fi only connections over cellular ones Connected Intelligence, a part of The NPD Group has come with a report, which states that most of the tablet owners prefer Wi-Fi only connections over the regular cellular connections to meet their connectivity needs. One probable reason for this preference can be that most of the places, today,... Read More »
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