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Feb 9th 2010 | 42 Articles
12:37 am
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PrePeat rewritable printer lets you undo print jobs, no ink or toner used
2:14 am
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Google starts live phone support for Nexus One owners
1:51 am
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Notion Ink to have competition to encourage development for Adam reader, might release two versions
2:53 am
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Panasonic TH-P54VT2 takes plasma HDTVs into 3D territory
3:37 am
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Nintendo's Miyamoto casually references new hardware, MotionPlus games
5:03 am
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AMD Fusion sampling soon, arriving in 2011 with Llano APU
4:24 am
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Helium Digital HDBT-990 Bluetooth wristband gets reviewed, given 3.5 Jack Bauers
5:59 am
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Cube's 6-inch capacitive touchscreen e-reader is a Windows Mobile 6.5 fantasyland
5:36 am
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Netgear partners with Ericsson for a 3G-receiving, WiFi-emanating router
7:09 am
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ATI Radeon HD 5570 fills the last remaining gap in DirectX 11 empire
6:52 am
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Samsung's first Bada phone with Super AMOLED to be announced on February 14th? Sure.
6:40 am
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Apple Store down globally, let the speculation begin
6:35 am
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German firm claims huge boost in Android app performance, battery life with new virtual machine
8:11 am
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Brando camera holster is cheap, might actually hold your camera
7:38 am
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Peter Moore wants to be convinced by OnLive, already a fan of Arc controller
9:00 am
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NVIDIA Optimus automates graphics switching, promises the best of both worlds
8:39 am
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Navigon keeps MobileNavigator iPhone app fresh with 3D terrain views, Facebook / Twitter integration
9:52 am
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Samsung's S2 Portable gets Michael Jackson makeover, promises to heal the world
9:29 am
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Elecom introduces SDXC-compatible card reader, waits for you to afford SDXC cards
11:09 am
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Samsung TicToc PMP player lets you shake right past that Ke$ha song
10:45 am
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Green House delivers USB 3.0-friendly PCI Express interface card
10:22 am
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TI stuffs WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM radios on a single chip, UWB and LTE are like 'hello?'
11:57 am
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Displax multitouch film actually developed by Visual Planet, frowny faces all around
11:32 am
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Panasonic announces new 3D Blu-ray recorders, players
1:11 pm
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Handheld US rolls out rugged Algiz 7 tablet
12:48 pm
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Screen Grabs: DJ Roomba mixes business with pleasure on Parks and Recreation
12:23 pm
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Raiding the Android pantry: after Froyo comes 'Gingerbread'
1:48 pm
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Google Buzz takes mobile location services to the next level
1:29 pm
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Google's Street View snowmobile takes your voyeurism to the Olympic slopes
3:03 pm
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Dog-e-Minder keeps tabs on your dog's vitals so you don't have to (video)
2:29 pm
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Sony Ericsson's Xperia X10 exhaustedly previewed, screenshotted to death
4:06 pm
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Openmoko brings improved keypad / scrolling and math equations to WikiReader
3:31 pm
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Warner CEO: iTunes price increase led to lower sales, recession might also factor in
5:04 pm
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GeeksPhone One lands in France for a hands-on
4:36 pm
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Lenovo unleashes cut-rate ThinkStation E20 workstation on an unsuspecting public
5:56 pm
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iPhone SDK 3.2 beta 2 busts loose
5:35 pm
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HTC Hero update to Android 2.1 pegged for mid-March
6:49 pm
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Google Maps 4.0 with Buzz support now available in Android Market
6:28 pm
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HTC Legend makes an encore appearance, this time with specs
8:08 pm
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Adobe: Flash 10.1 will require 'some enhancements to existing versions of Android'
7:30 pm
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Entelligence: Another view of Microsoft's creative destruction
8:51 pm
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HTC Scorpion with 1.5GHz Snapdragon, WiMAX tipped in build file of dubious provenance
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