Wireless

Review: Sony PlayStation 3 Wireless Headset (Virtual Surround)

December 4, 2011
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Since I listed the Sony PlayStation 3 wireless headset with virtual surround on my top 10 gadgets I want for Christmas list, I’ve received a few questions from TechPatio readers about this headset. Honestly, this headset probably shouldn’t be on the “I want”-list, as I already have it, but I’m just so thrilled about this […]

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Top 10 Gadgets I Want For Christmas – And Maybe You Would Too? [2011]

November 27, 2011
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Greetings and welcome to the 2011 list of “top 10 gadgets I want for Christmas – and maybe you would too?”. This list also exists for 2009 and 2010, in case you want to check’em out for any ideas that might still be gadget worthy. Before we get on with this list for 2011, I […]

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Best Blu-ray Players

June 15, 2011
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When Blu-ray players first came on the market, they were exclusive, expensive pieces of technology. Now that a few years have gone by and the prices have fallen, there are more than a few models to choose from. But which players offer the best of performance, features and price? Here are the top Blu-ray players […]

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The Best AirPrint Compatible Printers

April 3, 2011
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Don’t go wild when you hear you can print wirelessly from your iPod, iPad or iPhone without installing any print drivers or even setting up any printer configurations. Yes, there is a Print icon among all the new standard apps on your i-device, but not only do you have to be running iOS 4.2 or […]

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Best Wireless Routers for Mac Users

March 22, 2011
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There are dozens of wireless routers in the retailers’ electronics departments that infamously claim to be “Mac compatible.” If you or one of your friends has ever purchased one of these routers, they either own a PC or know that compatible is used quite loosely. So what router should you buy if you have a […]

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Techniques in Detecting Spy Gadgets – Guidelines in Locating Surveillance Devices

March 18, 2011
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The most popular misconception concerning detecting surveillance devices is the fact that you require some sort of enchanting bug detection gadget to do the job for you personally. Actually, the best technique for finding discreetly concealed spy gadgets would be to perform a up close investigation of absolutely anything in the prospective room Spy Gadgets […]

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Spy Gadgets for Men – Male’s Spy Gizmos

March 15, 2011
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Guest article written by: Jay Dawber, is an ordinary guy who is a father of two and a good husband to his wife. But besides of being a good dad, he wants to prove his suspicions that his wife is cheating on him. He seen all the signs but can’t do anything to catch her […]

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Veebeam HD is set to storm the world of Internet streaming

February 24, 2011
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Do you like watching anything from the Internet such as movies, homemade videos, and even sports events, but wish to fully enjoy them via a large HDTV screen? Then Veebeam is the one for you. Introducing Veebeam, an ingenious device which transmits just about anything that you can see on your computer screen to your […]

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iPhone 4 comes to Verizon CDMA – with three changes…

January 11, 2011
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In February 10, after putting Verizon cell phones for sale, now Verizon will start selling CDMA iPhone 4’s to be used on their network. It will be $199 for the 16GB model and $299 for the 32GB model, both with 2-year contract and required data plan. Same price as with AT&T. Regarding the three changes… […]

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6 Ways to Turbo Boost Your Wireless Internet

December 21, 2010
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Internet usage has evolved from slow dial-up to fast, efficient speeds. Wireless Internet service is one of the quickest ways to access and navigate through the web. However, this application can be slow due to problems within your home or office. No matter what the problem, there are some quick fixes that will put you […]

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Nikon D5000 – 15 Tips & Tricks [Video]

September 24, 2010
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I’m still very much enjoying my Nikon D5000 which I purchased in November 2009 as being the first DSLR camera I ever owned. But it does have a few flaws (depending on the user and the user’s need), for me they are: No auto-focus in live view video recording mode, meaning you have to manual […]

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Back from vacation – some hotel reviews!

August 27, 2010
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Click here to read the first part of this two-part series post: Back from vacation – and a big thanks to the guest posters! Yep, so I was on vacation. Basically it was a road trip on the east coast in the United States. Spent a few days in New York City, then drove up […]

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Wireless Broadband or Home Broadband Plans?

July 19, 2010
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Wireless broadband witnessed a huge rise in popularity in Europe during 2008 and the first half of 2009 before stabilizing in the second half of 2009. In Australia, they are currently seeing something similar happening, according to broadband comparison site www.broadbandexport.com.au who has reported seeing a 45% rise in sales of wireless broadband plans in […]

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iPhone Goes To China Without Built-in WiFi

November 2, 2009
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Everybody knows about the iPhone by now and all iPhone owners knows that it has built-in WiFi (wireless network). But when the iPhone arrived in China, it did so without the WiFi. The Chinese government banned WiFi back in March, in an attempt to give an advantage to a Chinese-produced alternative for wireless communication. The […]

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Lufthansa To Install Mobile Broadband In Airplanes – FlyNet

October 13, 2009
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Lufthansa announced yesterday that they will be installing equipment for mobile broadband in 50 of their long-distance airplanes. Passengers will be able to logon and connect to the Internet throughout the entire cabin, just like you would with any other wireless hot-spot. There’s also access for devices supporting GRPS, which is a rather old and […]

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802.11n Wireless Approved By IEEE After 7 Years

September 14, 2009
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The wireless standard, 802.11n, is no news on the market, you have been able to buy 802.11n enabled devices for years now, but it’s not until recently that IEEE approved it as a “standard”. It took just 7 years… In theory, the old 802.11g standard has a max transfer speed of 54 Mbps while 802.11n […]

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Charge your iPhone/iPod Touch Wirelessly

June 24, 2009

Palm Pre does it, using the Touchstone. Now iPhone and iPod Touch can do it too, thanks to WildCharge. Wire-free charging technology integrated into a flexible protective cover that fits snugly over the body of your iPhone. Compatible with all models, including the new 3GS. So basically, if you’ve lost your iPhone/iPod charger cable (again!), […]

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