By Lisa Johnston
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Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, is now available for Sony Tablet S. Watch this video to see the new features.
How the world's largest technology tradeshow is also the greenest.
G-Form has announced availability of its first protective cases for iPhone 4/4S. In typical G-Form fashion, the company released a demonstration video of its new iPhone case taking some extreme punishment, this time using a G-Form protected iPhone as a puck in a hockey rink, where it takes on the dramatic forces of a full out slapshot.
KEF engineers used a unique substance to create the company's latest cabinet design.
Imagine being able to fit a laptop in your pocket. Well now you can with Sony's next generation VAIO® Q, the world's lightest and smallest portable Ultrabook. Now available in a gorgeous full HD 0.75" x 1.25" screen size with a revolutionary feature set, the VAIO® Q Series Ultrabook is all about power and mobility. With a LiveViewTM accessory, built-in battery and a super portable docking station, the VAIO Q is all about power and mobility for on the go computing.
VAIO Q Series is available today at Sony Stores and online at http://www.sony.com/vaioq
We offered fans $100 if their smartphones were simply faster at everyday things, like searching for a restaurant and getting directions. Find out what happened at http://newwp.it/zVXn07
In this video, Squaretrade tested the new iPad vs. the iPad 2 to see which of these devices survives a waist high and shoulder high drop. Watch the video to see the results
We also recently did research on iPad durability and found that our customers reported the iPad 2 breaks 3.5 times more than the iPad 1. You can read the entire study http://bit.ly/FR07TT
P.S : We don't cover intentional damage like you see in the video.
Brandi Chastain joins Sporting News' Vinnie Iyer to talk about Electrolux's Kicking & Cleaning program and of course, U.S. women's soccer.
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OS X Mountain Lion adds AirPlay support. Similar to the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, Macs can now wirelessly mirror the display to an Apple TV. This video demos the feature from a MacBook Pro via WiFi.