The Kensington Presentair isn't the smallest 'laser pointer' on the planet, measuring in at 60mm x 70mm x 210mm and weighing 25g. Nor is it the cheapest with that $69.99 price tag. However, most of all it isn't just a laser pointer and thinking of it in those terms is something of a mistake. Sure, the Presentair does include a red class 2 laser but that's just the start of it. The clue is in the name Presentair, as this is a fully featured tool for anyone who gives presentations in the course of their working day. ![PRESENTAIR02](/attachments/small/0/PRESENTAIR02.jpg "align-right") The …

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Yesterday was [URL="http://www.theiphoneblog.com/2009/09/09/apple-rock-roll-keynote-podcast-itunes/"]Apple's Keynote[/URL], and you would think we would have learned by now that Apple rumors are meaningless. As the buzz grows louder before each of these events, there are rumors so convincing we think they must be a fait accompli. I mean how many of you thought you would wake up this morning to find the iPod Touch still doesn't have a camera? Not many, I'm sure and even fewer hands would go up if you suggested the *Nano* would have one. Yet each keynote, we still believe. Remember the last one? Sure you do. There was a …

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With the Macworld Keynote, it was inevitable that Apple would release some fancy new product. Among other things, the iPhone turned out the be the most significant, turning the iPod into a device which can make phone calls, and much, much more. All for only $499. The idea of merging the very successful iPod with a cell phone has been around for a while. More recently, reports of leaked information about an upcoming iPhone have been circling around. But what I think most didn't predict was how different technologies, some made by Apple, come together into one [I]very interesting[/I] product. …

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[URL="http://www.micron.com"]Micron Technology, Inc.[/URL], has unveiled a prototype of the World’s first 8-megapixel CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) image sensor using a miniature 1.75 micron pixel design in a 1/2.5 inch optical format. As well as being small enough to bring 3-megapixel performance to your camera equipped cell phone, the new sensor packs a secondary potential punch: speed. The inclusion of a faster processor enables the shooting of as many as 10 images per second at the full resolution, or 30 frames per second of 2-megapixel quality video, without the usual delays between images. Although mass production of the chip itself isn’t …

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The End.