Qualcomm did some amazing things with the Snapdragon family of chips. Before their launch, I doubt anyone cared a hoot what processor was running in their phone. Ensuring the shine doesn't tarnish, Qualcomm's snapped up gesture recognition tech from GestureTek.
Imagine looking at Google Maps on your tablet, and feeling one corner grow heavier where your destination is located. Or reading an ebook on your phone, and being aware of the fatter side of the book.
The Apple Store page for the component AV cables—which up until now only supported the iPod classic—lists both the iPod touch and the iPhone as supported devices. What's up with that? The iPhone doesn't support TV out. Well, seeing as the iPod touch is also there, and since the touch and the iPhone are almost exactly…
This may or may not be true—since it's taken from a forum post—but AVS Forum user seems to have discovered a bit of a caveat in Sony's PlayStation 3 warranty. When ragedogg69's PS3 broke, he discovered that it was no longer under warranty because he was using a generic set of component cables instead of Sony's…
If you're lucky enough to have an Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 and PS2 or any combination of those, this XCM XFPS 360 multicomponent cable v2 can hook you up. Just flip a switch and you can toggle between all of your machines, you spoiled brat. Your next assignment: play games on all four machines at the same time.
We have to admit, we're six years late to the party on this one. We just purchased a set of PS2 component cables this past weekend and have to say that there's a pretty noticeable difference between composite and component, even on an old system like the PS2.
The Wii is here, but getting a hold of the better-looking component cables is turning out to be a real pain in the neck. Nintendo's official online store ran out of the $29 cables almost immediately, and now they're showing up on eBay for more than five times the regular price.