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Jul 5th 2010 | 24 Articles
Motorola XT502 with Android 2.1 gets teased in China, out-KIRFs itself
LG confirms Android tablet for Q4 2010 launch, Froyo for Optimus Z
Iran's got a walking humanoid robot, too
Researchers say any USB peripheral could steal your data, even a coffee-cup warmer
iOS has a bigger dev army than Android, but will cross-platform apps rule the day?
HP Photosmart D110a ePrint printer earns 5-star reviews despite lacking ePrint... what?
Intel Connected Cars will record your bad driving for posterity, take over if you're really screwing up
Pressure-sensitive drawing headed to iPad in free software library (video)
Great LED interactive Puzzle dares you not to smile (video)
LG debuts Optimus smartphone series, Froyo-powered 'One' and 'Chic' arriving first
BlackBerry Curve 9300 gets FCC approval?
Engadget's Photoshops: a retrospective
Logitech Revue Google TV box hits the FCC
TAG Heuer Merediist GMT keeps your Monte Carlo arrivals on time
BMW Megacity EV gets sketched out in more detail
Sony cuts e-reader prices: Pocket Edition now $149
iPhone 4 Diamond Edition: white, unlocked, and $20k
8-bit Gary and real Gary compete for our affection
Slurp digital eyedropper sucks up, injects information wirelessly (video)
Alleged Russian spies used WiFi and pre-paid cellphones, got caught anyways
Mongoose Studio's dozen iPod cluster display is an expensive way to watch Tron (video)
Switched On: Kin's seven deadly sins
AT&T stores getting Windows Phone 7 retail materials, launch coming sooner than expected?
Inhabitat's Week in Green: street-legal Tron lightcycles, electronic eyeglasses, and the American Solar Challenge
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