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Articles tagged with: remote

Playstation Vita Can Serve As PS3 Remote

Sony’s next generation PlayStation portable, aka PlayStation Vita is already making a huge buzz regarding its rich hardware and cool features. The device is expected to reach stores in October.

We have already been hearing a lot about the device’s feature to synchronize content with PlayStation 3. But according to latest reports, the device can possibly serve as a PS3 remote control.

Microsoft Unveils Media Remote And Bluetooth Headset For Xbox 360

With the news about Microsoft planning on releasing Xbox 720 and integrating Windows 8 with the ability to play Xbox 360 games, some might think that Xbox 360 is now an old story.

If you think you have enjoyed Xbox 360’s experience to its fullest, you are wrong. Microsoft has another card up its sleeve. Microsoft has just unveiled two new accessories for Xbox 360, the Media Remote and Bluetooth Wireless headset.

LG’s Awesome New N2C Hard Drive

LG’s new 2 terabyte NAS, the N2C, supports an external ODD (Optical Disc Drive), letting users access CD/DVD or Blu-ray videos directly from the network, and allows users to share content to any number of connected devices.

The N2C also comes with a peer2peer program, iTunes Server, DLNA and special software that gives users remote access to all data from any PC or mobile phone. Users will also be able to use it as a remote security device giving access to live video taken from any USB Web cam.

Introducing The Apple iPod, Without Wires?

According to CultofMac, Apple is working on a way to synchronize iPods and iTunes wirelessly. Steve Jobs is working hard to ensure that the next generation of Apple products will be wireless, at least for the iPod. Instead of importing music, movies, and apps manually through wires, the iPods will auto-sync with your iTunes whenever it is connected to your WiFi network. I will admit this is cool only because it makes iPods easier to use, especially for people who aren’t as computer friend as others.

Harmful Android App Designed To Discourage Piracy

A new application is out to harm Android users. The app is a fake copy of the legitimate “Walk and Text”, a program that uses the smartphone’s camera to show what’s in front of the user while she simultaneously walks and texts. Users can download the program via Google’s official Android Market app store as well as a few unofficial e-marts. You can but the legitimate app for $1.54. The illegitimate version is actually a Trojan that contains malicious code and steals personal data from the phone including the user’s phone number, the device’s unique identifier, and more, sending the information to a…