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Apr 28th 2010 | 41 Articles
The daily roundup: here's what you might've missed
Pixel Qi manufacturing delays fixed, ready for 'some of the largest computer companies in the world'
ASUS Eee PC 1015P netbook hits the FCC
Microsoft says Android infringes on its patents, licenses HTC
Sony teases VAIO Ultra Mobile, Clippy chuffed
NASA's robot submarine achieves perpetual motion, of a sort
Firefox now available for Android 2.0 and above, still at pre-alpha stage
Nokia N8 fights back with heavenly HD video sample
JooJoo now available in Europe and Canada, new firmware promised 'shortly'
The future of US Army helicopters: pilots optional
Garmin-Asus A10 brings pedestrian-optimized GPS to European and Asian Android lovers
Unannounced Lenovo Ideapad Z460 shows up in China? Sure seems like it!
Android goes Korean: Samsung debuts Galaxy A, LG intros LG-SU950
Nokia E72 gets white paint option, firmware update
Apple's WWDC kicks off on June 7th this year
Boy Scouts introduce videogame badge, other badges ask 'Really?'
Joby's Gorillapod Magnetic now sticking cameras in unexpected places worldwide
Kaoiro emoticon stamp turns bureaucracy on its head
Mahru robot dances via telepresence, Kate Gosselin never had it so good (video)
Ben-Q debuts E1260 HDR digicam with 12-megapixels, 720p video
Pentax Option M90 compact shows that VGA isn't dead
Kin firmware torn apart, reveals provisioning for AT&T, T-Mobile, Fido?
Great Wall GBook fills that 11-inch Windows 7 tablet hole in our hearts
Vodafone launches its first, underwhelming Android handset (video)
Rocket Racers are go: two aircraft put on a show in Tulsa
Sprint halves its quarterly customer loss, increases revenue for the first time in ages
Compaq Airlife 100 exclusively available to Telefónica customers for 229 euros in May
The Engadget Show: Inside the gadget markets of China, part two - Shenzhen
AT&T posts fast facts on iPad 3G data plans
Lexus shows off hybrid bicycle, won't sell you one
HP buys Palm
Intel said to be prepping 1.46GHz Core i7 ULV processor for this Fall
World's largest curved plasma display flows into Japan's Kansai airport
HP: 'We're doubling down on webOS,' Palm: 'That was the whole point'
HP buys Palm: the liveblog
HP: opportunities for webOS 'smartphones, slates, and potentially netbooks'
Apple acquires virtual assistant search app maker Siri
iPhone tethering on AT&T still waiting on better network performance
Flash Player "Gala" brings hardware decoding support to Mac OS X
Objects in Chinavasion's Video Glasses may be cheaper than they appear
T-Mobile drops some overage charges in favor of bandwidth throttling
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