Hottest Gadgets Exhibit at CES 2010

CES 2010 Gadget Preview Exhibit
CES 2010 Gadget Preview Exhibit

Wow, 2010 is about to usher and new gadgets, 'hot from the grill' are lining in the most awaited CES 2010 exhibit fair in the hope to get the most attention.

These new electronic stuffs promise more innovative, unique and easier applications. These stuffs feature more vivid, clear and more sophisticated look that everybody would not dare miss.

Electronic companies like Nokia, Sony, Apple, Microsoft, LG and other leading manufacturers of useful gadgets are already making press releases, web promotions and other strategic marketing activities to inform the world of their latest innovations for 2010.

Some of the hottest and highly anticipated electronic gadgets listed here were exhibited in CES 2010. Please follow the link to get more information on each item.

1) Camera phones and Smartphones: Nokia 6700, LG BL40 Chocolate, Android MID

2) Tablet PCs and Laptop: Apple iTablet, Microsoft Courier, Samsung OLED

3) Flexible & lightweight gadget: Nokia 888 Communicator, Gelfrog, Vaio Zoom Holographic Concept notebook

4) 3D TVs and Digital TV: Sony Bravia 3DTV, 65-inch Full HD 3D LCDs

5) Servers and Softwares: Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2010, Windows 7 Aero

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Brain Specialist Warns Mobile Users

Electronic gadgets such as the cell phone transmit radio waves that directly affects the brain
Electronic gadgets such as the cell phone transmit radio waves that directly affects the brain

Electronic and electrical gadgets such as cell phones, radio clocks, digital radios, portable T.V. gadgets that use wireless technologies do transmit radio waves causing long-term effects to the users' health.

Brain scientist based in Sydney, Dr. Charlie Teo warns users to be cautious about their mobile gadgets as they trigger to a predisposed cancer, although the jury has not yet made a decision regarding mobile phones and other forms of electromagnetic radiation, one should not take risks.

Dr. Charlie Teo urged the mobile users to set mobile phones on loud speakers, move the digital radio clock to the foot of the bed instead of anywhere near the head and wait for five beeps before opening a microwave to avoid a stream of radio waves directly affecting the brain.

A WHO report yet to be released regarding this issue, stated that "a significantly increased risk" of some brain tumors related to use of mobile phones for 10 years or more.

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A Digital Radio Has Live Facebook and Twitter Feeds

Pure Sensia Digital Radio
Pure Sensia Digital Radio

Social networking sites have become mobile. It is now very common that you can check your Facebook, MySpace or Twitter messages through cell phones, laptops, palmtops and portable T.V. gadgets. You can even check your emails and surf the web, as long as you have internet connection in those electronic gadgets, you'll never miss any update from your social network communities.

In this article, we introduce another first in the field of digital radio technologies. "PURE, the world’s leading radio maker presents Sensia, the world’s first high resolution DAB digital and internet-connected radio with a unique, large colour touchscreen which delivers a state-of-the-art and intuitive user-interface", London, UK 17th September 2009London, UK 17th September 2009, Press Release.

Envisioned as the "future of radio", Pure Digital Sensia radio integrates social networking sites Facebook and Twitter in its functionality. The radio which also works as a digital photo frame, allows users to access their facebook and twitter accounts via the internet.

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Sensia Digital Radio is a revolutionary radio equipped with 5.7” 640 x 480 high resolution colour touchscreen, live stream podcasts, DAB/DAB+* and FM, weather, news, Picasa, Facebook or Twitter; and new broadcast material such as station slideshows via Wi-Fi technology.

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