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Palms subscription accounting webOS plans revealed, CPAs rejoice

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Truthfully, even the hardest of hardcore Palm fans are going to have a tough time getting jazzed about this, but given that were looking for every morsel of webOS news to tide us over until that undisclosed Pre launch date finally happens, were passing it on.

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Video: HTC S743 unboxing and first impressions

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We just recently heard that HTCs S743 was coming to U. S. markets, and now theres video of the device getting unboxed and pawed at. If youve already forgotten, the S740 lookalikes got a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 2.

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Solar Spiderbot Is Destined To Live On The Beach

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According to Make, this solar powered walker (with obstacle avoidance, it looks like) has something to do with Theo Jansens Strandbeests, which we covered on OhGizmo back in 2007.


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HTC Hero Confirmed For Sprint, Snap For AllTel.

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My hat goes off to the folks at Engadget. Their careful sleuthing has uncovered a page on the HTC website that confirms two very juicy Android rumors.


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Asus Xtreme Global Summit – highlights from the first round of blogs

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Following several weeks of prodding, tweaking and possibly lovingly caressing your fancy new Asus kit from the AX:GS event, it’s now time to reveal your first impressions of the hardware you were awarded.

Yes, the first round of AX:GS blogs is now up in lights, and last week’s posts have been successfully digested by the bit-tech judges. Before we share the highlights with you, though, we would like to thank you for your patience while we’ve been ironing out the gremlins with our, ahem, gremlin iron. Thankfully, most of the problems have now been sorted out, and most of you have access to the blogging area on the Asus Republic of Gamers website, but please drop us a line if you encounter any other issues so that we can get them sorted out.

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(Another) Giant Robot Built In Japan

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So, um, is this Japans economic stimulus plan? Lots of giant robot statues? If so, awesome. And since this is giant robot number 2, it must be working! This, of course, is Gigantor.


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New iPhone hits 1 million sales

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The latest revision of the iPhone - the 3GS - has hit over a million sales in the three days since its launch, but not everyone is happy with their purchase.

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Pilots Of The Airwaves:

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It's 8:32 p.m. Saturday and the sun's about to disappear beyond the black cloak of tree line on the west end of Winter Springs' Central Winds Park. Nine hundred and seven miles away, 60 pounds of metal are rocketing across the dome of the Earth, northeast-bound in a hurry, just as J.D. Smith awaits a date with destiny. "Any minute now, it'll start talking," Smith says. Crouched on a park bench under an awning, Smith sits in a gray cap tracking a ghost on the horizon. Seconds later, that speeding hunk of metal wakes with a kiss from the setting sun and its haunting signal says hello once more, just as a stifled grin broadens Smith's face. Reaching for signals in the sky, Americans by the tens of thousands took to the radio airwaves in synchronous Saturday through Sunday. For 24 hours they shook hands through the air, said hello, and a quick goodbye, all in seconds at a time as they raced to connect with as many other radio operators as their dialing fingers could get their hands on. This was all just a test, but the worst kind. For guys like Bob Mahon, cooped up and transmitting for hours inside a trailer the size of a large refrigerator, the hypothetical is dead serious. A disaster has just wiped out the electrical grid. The cell phone towers are useless. That's when the hams take to the air and save the day, setting up disaster communications across the area. But on the last weekend of June every year, they go global, challenging amateur radio clubs worldwide to see who's the great communicator on the airwaves.

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Epson EB-X6 Projector Review

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The Epson EB-X6 is one of the companys many data projectors. It features 2200 ANSI lumens, a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and XGA (1024 x 768) resolution.


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Amateur Radio Key in Emergencies:

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Local authorities in the south-west are utilising amateur radio enthusiasts in the area to help out if an emergency strikes. Gloucestershire County Councils Emergency Management Service has teamed up with the Radio Amateur Emergency Communications Network (RayNet) in order to test the radio connections in the region. According to the Stroud News and Journal, if telephone, internet and other data links go down in a crisis, the council can continue to operate through amateur radio thanks to the connections already set up.

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Sony Releases BDPorter

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Sony is known for making high quality business and home theater projectors. Today, the company announced a new product that could be used for both, the BDPorter.


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Temotu Islands DXpedition

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After the great success of his last H40FN DXpedition to Temotu OM Siegfried, DK9FN, decided to make another DXpedition there this year

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Nexus One Order Page Up, Coming To VZW in Spring

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The Nexus One press conference is still ongoing, but Google has announced that the sales page for their new smartphone is up and running. You can now buy an unlocked Nexus One for $529, or you can get one on contract with T-Mobile for $179.


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Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid Laptop/Tablet Announced

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Lenovo today announced the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid, an innovative notebook that has a removable multi-touch display which can be used as a standalone tablet computer.


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Thermaltake to design and engineer the Element V Nvidia Edition chassis

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Thermaltake announced its collaboration with Nvidia to design and engineer the only chassis, Element V Nvidia Edition, certified for the next-generation of ultra-high performance graphic card based on the most advanced GPU computing architecture, code named Fermi.


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NextGear-Note M750W-WS Series Extreme Notebook

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Yesterday Mouse Computer Japan released the NextGear-Note M750W-WS Series, a 17 WUXGA (1920x1200) notebook for those looking for a powerful gaming device or desktop replacement.

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Samsung SNC-570- High Performance WDR Network Camera

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The Samsung SNC-570 is the newest edition of Samsung Techwins network ready feature-rich camera using the latest SV-IV DSP chipset and the advanced network codec chipset allowing for high quality images and multiple network capabilities at the same time.


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Intel Westmere images leaked

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Images of an engineering sample from Intel's up-coming Westmere range of six-core Xeon processors have been leaked on an overclocking forum.

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First Images Of The Motorola Morrison Out.

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The picture above you is the first photo of the upcoming Motorola Morrison, yet another one of the new Android smartphones hitting T-Mobile later this year.


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Lenovo maybe releasing T500 Notebook with 15 inch OLED Display

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OLED Displays are just getting common on mobile phones, but still lack broader adoption on other devices requiring larger screen sizes. The over priced 11-inch Sony OLED TV is still the only commercially available large screen OLED device.


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Optoma Releases PK100 Projector

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Last month, Optoma announced that they were going to develop a third pico projector, the PK100, which is basically a base model compared to the other two.


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Skype for iPhone goes live in Japan

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When they said Tuesday, they meant it. Not long ago, the clock struck midnight in the Land of the Rising Sun, and sure enough, the bona fide Skype application (v1.

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