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Weekly Tech Shop Opens with Games and Gadgets

The 7-O-7 Tech Shop of RMN Digital carries information on the 7 hot products introduced in the last 7 days – every week – based on the editor’s choice.

Now, you can take a look at new mobiles, tablet devices, video games, digital entertainment offers, consumer electronics products, enterprise solutions, etc. in the tech shop.

Here’s the collection of top items for the week: August 12 – 18, 2013.

Let’s take a look at the tech for masses section. Here, IBM introduced an advanced power and weather modeling technology that will help utilities increase the reliability of renewable energy resources. The solution combines weather prediction and analytics to forecast the availability of wind power and solar energy.

In the mobiles area of our tech shop, Trigger Happy, the creators of platforms that enable social animation on mobile devices, launched Toon Hero, an app for iPad users to create their own animated stories.

For home entertainment, Samsung introduced its first-ever Curved OLED TV. The KN55S9C is said to be the first TV to feature MultiView capabilities with Full HD and stereo sound.

Video gaming aficionados had an early look at the Call of Duty: Ghosts. Published by Activision Publishing, the game will release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and Wii U.

Likewise, Disney Interactive’s new video game platform Disney Infinity will be available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, Wii U and iPad.

It integrates collectible figures featuring characters from The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Animation Studios with an immersive video game experience that allows the characters to come to life and interact together.

In the social section of tech shop, you can experience an analytics tool that promises to help you monitor social media conversations in real time. Nuvi, a real-time analytics platform, launched an update to its social media visual intelligence platform.

For smaller businesses, SpireTech has launched a “local” cloud storage service. It will allow users to replace or augment traditional in-house file servers with a cloud-connected server appliance.

That’s all for the week. Want more?

Go to tech shop to check out items for different weeks.

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