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CES 2007 Video: OQO Model 02 First Look

We caught up with Jory Bell of OQO, who gave us a thorough tour of the new OQO Model 02 Ultra-Mobile PC device at . These guys have been at the small form factor handheld PCs longer than anyone else we know, and we walked away impressed.


Bleeding Edge 085: CES 2007 Video: Opera On The Wii Internet Channel Browser

The people at Opera took some time at to talk with us about developing the Internet Channel for Nintendo’s . We found out some very interesting information on the process, and the interview answers some of the more common questions gamers have been asking since downloading the beta.


Bleeding Edge 084: CES 2007 Video: Microvision Presents The Smallest Projector in the World

Microvision was showing off their new projector technology at - that being, the worlds smallest. The new laser powered projector is smaller than a box of matches, yet manages to project a bright DVD quality image from a portable device such as a cell phone, camera, or media player. They won’t be selling directly to consumers, but are aiming their miniscule pixel pusher at device manufacturers wishing to let their users have a screen larger than the pocket sized device they make. Either way, this is truly amazing.


Bleeding Edge 083: CES 2007 Video: Parallels Desktop for Mac, Interview with Ben Rudolph

Here at Gear Live HQ, we loves us some Parallels. We interviewed Ben Rudolph of Parallels in the past, and this time we were able to bring him up to our

penthouse

hotel suite while at CES for a demo of the latest Parallels Release Candidate, focusing on

Convergence

Coherence mode. If you are a Mac user, this is one to watch.


Bleeding Edge 072: CES 2007 Video: PowerStick Provides Juice On The Go

At CES this year we got a chance to meet with Andrew Kular, CEO of Ecosol Technologies. Ecosol has won the CES Innovations award this year for their Powerstick, a portable power solution for gadgets. The Powerstick is a small device that looks like a thick USB memory key, but does something far more valuble to the geek on the go: provide power for empty gadgets quickly and efficiently.

The Powerstick features a standard USB plug on one end, and a custom multi-port on the other. When you plug the Powerstick into a powered USB port it’s internal Lithium-Polymer battery charges up (and it’s LCD fuel gauge fills up) enabling you to plug a gadget into the other end via an adapter to power it up later.

According to Andrew the Powerstick will nearly double the life of most cell phones, iPods, portable media players, and other gadgets.  If you have ever run out of power at the worst of times the Powerstick sounds like it’s for you - the convenience of disposable charging solutions, but reusable for 500 charges. Check the video for the full scoop.


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