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Bleeding Edge TV 334: Dexim P-Flip iPhone and BlackBerry external batteries

We were able to chat with Dexim, makers of the P-Flip docking stations and external batteries for the and , at CES 2010, where they gave us a look at their latest iPhone battery models. If you are familiar with the Juice Pack, you’ll be familiar with these. Except that the P-Flip line is a little cheaper, and a bit more feature-rich. In fact, they even have a solar model that’ll charge your iPhone using the power of the sun. All details in the video.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


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Bleeding Edge TV 333: Dual, the iPod touch GPS

We were able to catch up with Dual, a company that is bringing functionality to the . Get a look at the Dual iPod touch GPS add-on, which also acts as an external battery for the iPod touch as well, and check out how it works with the Dual GPS app, as well as every other iPod touch app that requires GPS. This is definitely one to watch.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 332: Chevy Volt OnStar Mobile Integration

At OnStar press conference, which gave us info on when GM expects to start producing the Volt vehicles in mass. In addition, we got a look at the new experience, which includes applications for mobile smartphones that let you control car functions like door locking and unlocking, starting, charging, and more, directly from your mobile phone, from anywhere! Hit the video for all the details.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 331: Bing CES 2010 Features

If you are wondering what exactly makes Bing a decision engine, this video we took at does a good job explaining. Get a look at how Bing can help you with travel planning, purchasing items, and more, using fare predictions and comparisons. We also look at some of the new features in Bing Maps, including apps that let you check out tweets that are happening in any area.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 329: BlackBerry Presenter Demo

The device allows you to control a PowerPoint presentation wirelessly using just your BlackBerry phone. At we were able to hang with Ryan Biden, RIM Product Manager for the BlackBerry Presenter device, as he gave us a test drive. Aside from simply wirelessly displaying and controlling a PowerPoint presentation from your BlackBerry, you can also set a presentation to loop on its own once the Presenter has it cached, and walk away. We give you a full demo of the BlackBerry Presenter in this episode.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Follow Gear Live CES updates on Twitter!

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Announcements, CES, CES 2010, Features

We’re on hand at 2010, capturing the sights and sounds as normal, and we figured we’d let you guys know that you can get instant updates from us over on the Gear Live Twitter account. We are posting live findings and images of some of the coolest gadgets that we find during events and from the show floor. Be sure to check it out!

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TiVo set to launch TiVo Premiere DVR?

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: HDTV, Home Entertainment, Rumors

TiVo Premiere

It’s been quite a while since has given us a new model of DVR, but a shipping error pretty much confirms that the company is set to launch a new device called TiVo Premiere (alongside the TiVo Premiere XL.) Recent TiVo HD purchaser Patrick McCarron had a TiVo Premiere setup guide included in his order, and he decided to throw the whole thing up on Scribed for our perusal. The main details here are the the S-Video port is out, and there is only space for one multistream CableCARD now, as opposed to the two slots found on the TiVo Series3 and TiVo HD.

Not much more is known about the TiVo Premiere at the moment, but we are crossing our fingers for a storage bump and beefier internal components that can power a new TiVo high definition interface. is just about a week away—we’ll be sure to stop and chat with the TiVo folks.

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TocToc Navigational App

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Navigation, Travel

TocTocWe are still finding CES stories and certainly don’t want you guys to miss out. One of the apps to hit the show was the TocToc iPhone. It is an independent navigational application that works without storing maps. Via a wireless network, users can get real time traffic info including problems they should avoid. Of course you can also get address direction, points of interest, phone and zipcode access and messaging capability. It has a simple user interface and is available for both automobiles and pedestrians.

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Windows 7 direct download links

Windows 7 downloadAs we told you the other day, the beta went live today. However, apparently there was a bit more demand than Microsoft had planned for. Thanks to NeoWin, we’ve got the direct download links for both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7:

Be sure to check out the post on NeoWin for specifics on what to do with those files once you download, and also know that you will still need a key from Microsoft to use this through the August 1, 2009 expiration date, otherwise it will stop working after 30 days, cool?


Palm pre photo gallery

Palm pre front

Earlier today introduced us to the handset that they hope will bring them into the future, the . We’ve collected a bunch of press shots into our gallery that show off the device quite nicely in our Palm pre gallery. We will have video as well, but for now, check out the stills. What do you think? iPhone killer?

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Gallery: Palm pre photo gallery


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