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If peripheral maker Belkin has its way, you’ll never change tablet keyboards again. The company tried to make that happen with last year’s “Ultimate Keyboard,” a name that wasn’t quite indicative of the product, though it was still quite good. Belkin is back, though, with an even more ultimate keyboard than before.
This week on the Naked Geeks, we’ll fill you in on what you missed from the Mobile World Congress, as well as some news, and a review of Nokia’s mid-range phablet, the Lumia 1320. Listen in!
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The world may have had a preview of the latest technology at CES in January, but everyone seems to forget about the accessories that accompany these things, like the bags and the cases. Aussie brand STM, though, is giving us a heads up before it launches new gear.
We have smartphones and tablets and even wearable computers, but the whole totally interactive and customisable computer in a car has never really taken off, outside of proprietary solutions in specific vehicles, but Apple has a fix for this.
The whole smartwatch category is pretty new, but we already have the first of the budget devices, with SmartQ delivering Android on a wristwatch for $99. Is it cheap as chips, or just plain cheap?
Internet security is one of those things we all have to keep on top of, and now that we all have mobiles, we need security on these, too. Trend Micro wants to be there, and even has a new app to help make it happen.
If you look at your iPhone and feel a little envious of the quick glance covers that owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have, your time has come as accessory maker Moshi finds a way to make it happen.
Apparently, we’re all obsessed with music, and with how often my headphones leave this writer’s head, I’m not surprised. But it seems we’re also always looking up tunes, and we’re doing it with Shazam so much that the app and service is getting rebuilt for more.
We could all do with better security on the go, and as part of Intel’s push to make security more important for consumers, its McAfee security brand will now release its mobile security app for free, provided you can deal with an ad or two.