mystermarque writes: "Leading remote control manufacturer, SMK, has created a prototype of a TV remote control that does not require any batteries.
The "No Battery Remote Control" looks a little like a water gun and is operated by squeezing a trigger to power its functions including on/off, volume control and channel changing." Link to Original Source
mystermarque writes: "The new Sanyo Xacti HD1010 1080i Camcorder is a notable update to its previous HD1000 model featuring improved stabilisation and image processing. The camcorder has more computing power in its video processor than the former model capturing FullHD 1920x1080i at 14Mbps. The new Xacti features a video mode called Web SHR which enables 300 frames" Link to Original Source
mystermarque writes: "The new Flip Mino is a tiny camcorder designed for the YouTube era. With a size smaller than most cell phones, you can take it everywhere and be ready to capture videos of life's random moments. It is made by Pure Digital, a company that has a number of camera devices and accessories under its belt including the Flip Original and Flip Ultra." Link to Original Source
mystermarque writes: "AMD has today unveiled its Turion Ultra mobile platform which will go head to head with Intel's Centrino.
The platform was previously known by the code-name Puma. It combines an AMD Turion X2 Ultra processor with an RS780M chipset which features integrated ATI Radeon functions. Wi-Fi chips from Marvell, Broadcom or Atheros will provide a wireless capability." Link to Original Source