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Google and Vodafone use free Nexus One as lure
Vodafone's UK division today began taking pre-orders for the Nexus One. The Android phone is now slated to ship April 30th and, notably, will be available for free: those who need a £35 ($54) or higher monthly plan can skip paying for the phone itself. A £25 ($39) plan is...
Pentax K-x in US now has some Japan color options
Pentax provided a surprise to US photographers on Friday by giving them several new colors for the K-x DSLR. Previously only available in Japan, colors such as bright blue, green, orange, purple have joined the existing black and red. The original navy blue has disappeared...
VP shows small screenshot of upcoming Mac title
To celebrate the fourth birthday of MyTunesRSS, an application for streaming iTunes libraries over the internet, Codeweave Software will be giving away free licenses until the end of April. The special license is valid for all 3.8.x versions without any limitations, but if...
US Cellular to get LG Mystique on Friday
The LG Mystique handset will arrive at US Cellular on Friday, featuring an external touchscreen and a hardware QWERTY keyboard once flipped open. There is otherwise a 2-megapixel camera with video recording capability, video playback functionality and a music player accessed...
ARM chief says licensing enough for Apple
ARM CEO Warren East quickly moved to defuse rumors of a possible Apple takeover with a response to the suspicions. He noted that ARM's inherent nature, where it licenses architecture rather than make the chips themselves, means there would be little incentive to actually buy...
Verizon's Q1 2010 weaker than ATT
Verizon today provided a mild shock to the cellular industry by reporting relatively disappointing results for the early part of 2010. Although still taking advantage of phones like the Motorola Droid, its subscriber growth slowed down to 1.5 million new cellphone users in...
Brothers in Arms: Double Time released for Mac
Macgamestore.com has introduced Brothers in Arms: Double Time, and Mall-A-Palooza. Brothers in Arms: Double Time is the previously announced World War II game that is now available for the Mac. It contains the first two episodes in the Brothers in Arms series, and is based...
Traders think Apple may get ARM to shut out rivals
An unusual rumor late Wednesday has claimed that Apple might try to buy ARM. The gossip was sparked by the iPhone maker's record quarterly results and a believe that the over $40 billion in cash might be used to corner the mobile processor market. Speculation by stock traders...
Devices labeled Lightning, Thunder, Smoke
Details of several upcoming Dell handsets have emerged, including Android and Windows Phone 7 offerings. Each device name keeps to a weather theme, with labels ranging from Lightning to Flash and Thunder, according to leaked documents posted on Engadget....
Amazon staves off iPad with 1st retail deal
Amazon today confirmed rumors and said it would ship the Kindle to Target retail stores on April 25th. The rollout will see the six-inch version of the e-reader arrive in test form at both Target's pioneering store in Minneapolis store as well as 102 stores in southern Florida....
iWebTemplate releases new iPhone site themes
One of Europe's largest mobile Wi-Fi providers, The Cloud, has announced that it is launching a free application for all O2 iPhone users. The new application, FastConnect, provides users with access to all of The Cloud's 22,000 wireless access points around Europe, including...
Improved defragmentation of files
Prosoft Engineering has launched Drive Genius 3.0, a major upgrade to its hard drive maintenance utility designed to improve speed and overall performance. With the latest release 64-bit support has been added for Apple's Snow Leopard operating system, and enhancements have...
HP patterns AIO more directly after iMac
HP as part of its desktop updates this morning updated its All-in-One lineup with a new model and faster speeds for existing PCs. The new PC, the All-in-One 200, drops the easel designs of most of HP's all-in-ones for a monitor-like design not unlike the iMac. HP's system...
Director may have seen new Zune early
Director James Gunn may have seen the next-generation Zune, based on an account of a visit to a Microsoft Experience event. In addition to seeing pre-release hardware like Project Natal and the HP slate, he also claimed to have seen the "new Zune." He wasn't specific about...
Cites six main symptoms
Apple has posted an unusual new support document, warning against jailbreaking devices based on the iPhone firmware. "As designed by Apple, the iPhone OS ensures that the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operate reliably," the company claims. By jailbreaking a handheld people...
Enterprise interface is now standard
SYPECom has launched Collaba 9.0, a new version of its online web application that provides a variety of communication and collaboration tools, such as multimedia chat, an address book, and a bookmarks organizer. Users can also access both public and private forums, or customize...
Users can select specific connections
Henge Docks has unveiled a series of docking stations designed for Apple's latest MacBooks and MacBook Pros. The devices allow notebook computers to be integrated into desktop systems or home theater configurations. Each model offers a flexible system capable of connecting USB,...
Synaptics brings multi-touch to Linux-based PCs
Human interface solutions developer Synaptics Inc. on Monday announced it has made its Synaptics Gesture Suite available for Linux-based devices. This move brings multi-touch support to the open source operating system for the first time. Synaptics currently offers its multi-touch...
Sharp outs Netwalker PC-T1 tablet with Ubuntu
Sharp has unveiled its latest Ubuntu-powered NetWalker portable computer in Japan on Monday, this one called the PC-T1 and taking on the tablet form factor. It replaces the PC-Z1, which had a netbook design with a hardware QWERTY keyboard. Text input in the new device is via...
Festival sees massive SMS delays, data outages
This weekend's Coachella music festival saw serious connection problems for AT&T subscribers, and iPhone owners in particular, reports say. The sheer number of AT&T customers is claimed to have brought cellular service to a crawl, delaying text messages by as long as six hours....
Samsung Reality handset due at Verizon this week
Verizon on Monday said it will begin shipping the Samsung Reality handset starting on Thursday. The horizontal slider is relatively advanced among feature phones with both a hardware QWERTY keyboard and a 3-inch, 240x400 touchscreen display. The device has Samsung's TouchWiz...
Garmin nuvi 3700 is pocketable, gesture aware
Garmin launched one of the largest nuvi updates in recent memory on Monday in the radically redesigned nuvi 3700 series. The design is much thinner than usual GPS units at 0.35 inches deep and may be the only one to use a capacitive multi-touch screen. Navigators can double-tap...
Earlier layoffs from support, not development
Apple is still backing Final Cut, and the next release of Final Cut Studio will be "awesome," claims CEO Steve Jobs. Continuing a trend of replying to customer e-mails, Jobs is noted to have recently answered a complaint about the video production suite, which called the changes...
Viliv S10 Blade convertible notebook delayed
The anticipated Viliv S10 Blade convertible notebook has been delayed by the factory, according to online retailer Dynamism, informing a customer who pre-ordered the system. The original ship date for the device was April 22nd, but the new expected release is set at between...
Hanshin intros Wireless USB home theater kit
South Korea's Hanshin is now producing the Icreon WUSB multimedia station that can connect an HDTV to a Windows-based PC wirelessly. The HUWB-3000 Kit relies on Alereon Wireless USB technology to send data over a short range at 220Mbps speeds. Users need to connect the source...
For all of the high-priced, over-engineered Bluetooth speakers in the electronics market, there is still room for mass-market solution ...VisionTek 128GB USB Pocket SSD
USB flash drives dealt the death blow to both the floppy and Zip drives. While still faster than either of the old removable media, sp ...Kodak PixPro SL10 Smart Lens Camera
Smartphone imagery still widely varies. Large Megapixel counts don't make for a good image, and the optics in some devices are lackin ...
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