The SolarKindle, which combines a Kindle protective cover with a solar panel, features a large solar panel which charges in sunlight, and a 1 hours charge in sunlight approximates to 3 days of reading on your kindle. The Kindle can also be charge via a USB port if you’re in low light conditions. Solar focus announced the product this week at CES 2012 and plans...

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...

Amazon’s LOVEFILM confirms the report yesterday that it soon to stream the BBC Worldwide content including the vast archive of shows, celebrated programmes and much more. Subscription deal including some of the greatest British programming, TV titles likes the nation’s much loved Doctor Who, Life On Mars, Torchwood Planet Earth and much more. With the deal, LOVEFiLM...

With the recent survey conducted by MocoSpace, a mobile gaming company, it was confirmed that Gamers are spending more time on mobile phones playing games instead of their personal computers and consoles. The survey was conducted on over 15,000 gamers asking about their gaming habits. The survey results in that 46% of those surveyed spend more time on mobile games;...

Hacker School, an initiative started by David Albert, Nicholas Bergson-Shilcock and Sonali Sridhar. The school is a three-month immersive school for becoming a better programmer. The school sets no formal instructors; it only works on one single motive to allow the entire participant to become a better hacker, a programmer. The school are having no grades, teachers...

Kurion, the nuclear waste cleanup startup based in California, US, working on the major nuclear waste cleanup site – Fukusima in Japan, the one of the largest nuclear disasters in history. The Kurion technology was earlier used to clean the U.S.’s Three Mile Island nuclear disaster site. “Ion specific media”, the material developed by Kurion for the cleanup,...

According to 1010data’s annual assessment report, there are now more than five trillion records in the 1010data cloud, comprising of individual tables, the largest containing nearly a half a trillion rows. The total customer volume and partner data present increased by 33%, while the number of records under management grew at a faster rate of 45%. The total...

Google ended the year 2011 with making an investment of $94 million in a solar photovoltaic projects bringing their total portfolio for clean energy investments to more than $915 million. As per Google Official blog: “We’ve already committed to providing funding this year to help more than 10,000 homeowners install solar PV panels on their rooftops. But this...