That little green robot has got some guts. Weve just heard the news that Android is going to be coming after the iPhone right on its own turf.
Another day, another sweet new mobile release. Verizon has just announced that the LG Chocolate Touch is now available for their subscribers. While it certainly lacks the power of VZWs new Droid, the Chocolate Touch has a number of sweet options for music lovers and a low price to boot.
While were still waiting for our PS3 price drop, Sony has announced the release of a newer, cut-rate PlayStation dev kit. While the current Reference Tool is priced at a mere $10,250 and has all the personality of a Betamax VCR, this new guy is going for a jaw-droppin $2,000 and shares the PS3 form factor -- not that youre buying these things for aesthetic purposes, but its true! The company promises enhanced technical support for developers, an optimized PS3 compiler (SNC PPU) to improve efficiency, and better documentation for PhyreEngine.
This is the Antec MicroFusion 350, the micro ATX little brother of Antec's awesome Fusion HTPC chassis. Although the case has had a face lift, the Fusion styling is still there, but why does opting for less case mean you have to pay more money? We built a PC inside it to find out.
Nikon D3X digital SLR camera is the recipient of the European Professional Camera 2009-2010 award presented by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).
PARIS (AP) — Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has presented a plan to ban most diesel vehicles from the city by 2020 in order to lower air pollution.
We take a first look at the beta of Gratuitous Space Battles, the latest game from indie devs Positech. Appealing to the parts of us that cheer in glee at the iconic starship battles of popular sci-fi, GSB puts you in the admirals seat with a universe of aliens that need killing.
At this point, we just wish February 25th would go on and get here. As if we really needed another ounce of proof that the 8 megapixel Samsung Memoir was coming to T-Mobile, weve now been informed that said handset has been showcased in the latest rendition of the T-Mobile Scoop.
Avago today announced a new ambient light and proximity sensor that has been integrated into an ultra-thin module for use in mobile phones. Avagos compact APDS-9800 integrated sensor module is designed to help conserve power and extend battery life in mobile phones and is easy to install.
Microsofts new Zune HD portable media player is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra processor for exceptional multimedia capabilities. The Microsoft Zune HD player is the first portable media player to combine HD-compatible video, HD Radio receiver, full-screen Internet browsing, an organic light emitting diode touch screen, and Wi-Fi.
Take it for what its worth, but Smarthouse has it on authority that Sony Computer Entertainment is gearing up to make a worldwide announcement tomorrow, and believe it or not, it could involve the PlayStation 3.
Trials are underway in Australia of digital video broadcasting for mobile phones, ABC News reports. About 200 Optus customers in Sydney have access to nine television channels using the DVB-H (digital video broadcasting for handheld devices) format
Virgin Mobile USA has announced that it is now offering the LG Rumor 2 mobile phone to customers. The feature phone offers a 2-inch screen, 1. 3MP camera, speakerphones, Bluetooth, and expandable memory with microSD cards.
Things rarely work out quite this neatly for us. It appears weve just received a hefty dose of confirmation for a rumor that leaked out earlier today.
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Once again, AT&T has announced two new phones that will soon join the megacarriers ranks. The LG HQ and the Opera TV will both be available from AT&T at some point this Summer.
LED technology is quickly growing in the projector industry. Recently, Digital Projection announced their first LED based projector called, M-Vision 1080p-LED.
Sunday 29 March will go into the records as a landmark date for the amateur radio service in the greater part of the world. Following on from the decision made during the World Radio Conference in 2003, the amateur service becomes the primary user in the HF segment between 7100 and 7200kHz in ITU and IARU Regions 1 and 3. In layman's terms, this represents everywhere except the Americas, who have always enjoyed this segment as part of the 7 to 7.3MHz allocation in Region 2. Although this date also coincides with the start of the HF broadcasting schedule, it would be naïve to think the segment might be completely clear of broadcasting stations on the start date, however a number of international broadcasters have already moved nearer to 7.5MHz. In addition, a large number of countries have reserved their position in respect to fixed service stations by way of footnotes to the relevant Radio Regulation. It is not anticipated that these stations will cause any major problems.
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Its not like robots really need any excuses to serve alcohol, but St. Patricks Day is a good enough reason to have them do it to a Celtic soundtrack.
In just 12. 9mm thin and for just 96g, our 3G HSPDA phone offers Bluetooth, VOD and MOD, DMB TV support, a dual Camera 300k and 3Mpix, TOEIC and TOEFL test and English dictionary and finally also offer an siren SOS Alarm.
So is Vodafones HTC Magic the same as T-Mobiles G2? Could very well be, considering Googles little slip-up during a demo of its offline Gmail support on mobile devices.