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Kindle Fire Tablet, Kindles and iPads on Planes, 40+ Real ASIC Design Wins

    Eric’s Kindle Fire I opened my Kindle Fire today (upon returning from Asia). I’m pleased but underwhelmed. First Impressions: 1) Great Screen 2) Heavier than Kindle 3rd Generation, much heavier than iPod 3) Fast Browsing 4) Interface as responsive as the iPad 5) I have no content (except for lots of books with […]

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Kindle Fire Tablet, Kindles and iPads on Planes, 40+ Real ASIC Design Wins

    Eric’s Kindle Fire I opened my Kindle Fire today (upon returning from Asia). I’m pleased but underwhelmed. First Impressions: 1) Great Screen 2) Heavier than Kindle 3rd Generation, much heavier than iPod 3) Fast Browsing 4) Interface as responsive as the iPad 5) I have no content (except for lots of books with […]

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iPad 2–My Review

After about 4 weeks with the iPad 2, I’m really surprised at what I’m using it for. I thought I’d use it for: Videos – To watch recorded shows while exercising. Browsing – Casual browsing and news Games – On airplanes Apps – Like Weight Loss E-Mail What I really use the iPad for eBooks […]

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E3 Microsoft XBOX 360 Kinect, The Best BlackBerry Ever, Tango the iPhone App

Microsoft heavily promoted the Kinect XBOX 360 games today at E3. Developers have had a another year to generate new uses, and it shows in the latest line-up of games. The Kinect is a USB peripheral.  I know you remember that the Kinect is Motion Sensing Video Camera that let’s you use your whole body […]

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