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I’m doing my MasterCard payments research, until I found something interesting and feel like to share with the world. An RFID-enabled watch that offers and allows contactless MasterCard payments. The idea itself looks very cheesy and interesting even while hearing for the first time. Contactless credits things have been around for many of the years as of now, what...

With the concept similar as Asus Transformer, Lenovo announces its IdeaTab S2 in the about to begin CES 2012 in Las Vegas. The IdeaTab will be available first in China and rest have to wait till the Lenovo launches it in other parts of the world. Features and Specifications: Adroid 4.0 operating systems (IceCream Sandwich) Powered with 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon...

The 2012 Consumer Electronic Show, commonly known as “CES” is all set to start from Tuesday, January 10, 2012, we the I2Mag is all set to cover the most exciting gadget geek’s event of the year that will began in Las Vegas. This International Consumer Electronic Show is already making its mark with lot of product announcements and product leaks all making the...

With the reports uncertain that Galaxy Note may or may not come to AT&T, PocketNow has revealed the first seems to be original press images for the Gingerbread-based handset. It’s going by SGH-I717 internally, and it’ll purportedly boast a 5.3-inch display (1,280 X 800), a 1.4 GHz Exynos processor. Well, the actual figure came into in light with the upcoming...

Nikon Corporation announces the release of the Next Generation of Digital-SLR camera model, named as D4. Nikon D4 is based on all the basic performance achieved with the D3 series, which had allowed the industry in image expression. As expected, the Nikon D4 boosts both megapixel rating to 16.2 and extended ISO of 204,800 at Hi-4, and includes a brand new full-frame...

With reports confirmed, Google had bought up another batch of patents from IBM covering a range of technologies used in cellphones. The patents covered a wide range of topics, such as blade servers, data caching, video conferencing, email administration, instant messaging applications, wireless phones and javascript widgets. The transfers were registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office December last week. About Google: Beginning in 1996, Stanford University graduate students Larry Page and Sergey Brin built a search engine called...

With the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show going to held in Las Vegas, USA from January 10, 2012 to January 13, 2012, Toshiba is going to exhibit the lightest ultra-books, the world’s thinnest and lightest 13.3 inch tablet and the world’s thinnest 10.1 inch tablet. In addition, the organic EL panel with high brightness thin tablet and display...

Getting back to “predefined state” is what many consumer electronic devices are offering these days. Microsoft’s developer recently detailed Windows 8 two new features – Refresh and Reset your PC. With Windows 8, Microsoft targeted few key things set out to deliver: Provide a consistent experience to get the software on any Windows 8 PC back to a good and...

Reliance Entertainment’s  BigFlix had launched subscription based movie-on-demand service name as BigFlixPlus, allowing the users to choose their favourite movie from the online inventory of over 500 movies at a nominal subscription fee across the various channels i.e. personal computer, tablets and mobiles. The service comes with a monthly subscription of INR...

Samsung mobile starts the year 2012 with the launching of the new member of the Samsung GALAXY Series phone – the Samsung GALAXY Ace Plus. The mobile phone runs on the Andriod operating system and is targeting the trendy and social young generation. The GALAXY Ace Plus will be available in Russia first by this month’s end, followed by other parts of the world. Features...