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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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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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Worlds fastest electric car Ultimate Aero EV can reach speeds of 208mph

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The worlds fastest electric car that can reach speeds of 208mph has been unveiled. The Ultimate Aero EV created by Shelby Supercars utilizes a twin motor AESP producing an astounding 1,000 HP and 800 lb-ft of torque enabling it to rocket to 60 mph in a mere 2.

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Voicebot Sends Your Messages To Parliament

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In a sort of cross between Robovox and the Kuka CalligraphyBot, Voicebot is a Kuka robot arm that is designed to sit in the UKs Parliament and write out questions from people to their representatives (or whatever it is theyve got over there).


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QNAP VioStor-5012, not a NAS but a deadly NVR

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NVR Stands for Network Video Surveillance, and the VioStor-5012 is just the box behind each camera capable to record and back-up all your Video Surveillance needs on a 5-bay device and then giving you access to all the recorded video on a private network or to anyone on the Internet.


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Apple Cuts iPod Touch Prices

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Big Apple announcement coming today, but before that heres some very good news: See it? Whatever Apple is announcing today better be amazing.


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Borderlands PC Review

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We take a look at Borderlands - the latest game from Gearbox Studios, it boasts gameplay that's a blend of Diablo and Halo. Does it reach that lofty aim or is it left outside our hearts, lacking the appropriate entry visa? Find out by reading our full review of the PC version.

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dmedia renames G400 MID, hopes to showcase M0 at Computex

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While dmedia has definitely shown signs of life here lately, weve been decidedly left in the lurch with regard to its elusive MID. Initially spotted last November as the WiMAX-packin G400, said unit skipped out on promised booth appearances at both CES and Mobile World Congress 2009.

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New USB LAN Adapter, the LAN-TX-U2AG by LOGITEC

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Logitec has just announced their new USB2. 0 Wireless LAN Adapter (a. k. a LAN-TX/U2AG ) is available on market. It can not only be utilized with desktop PCs or laptops but also with Nintendo Wii and Sharp NetWalker mobile internet terminals just by plugging into the USB port.


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Audio Technicas ATH-EP700

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This morning Audio Technica Japan announced the end of August nationwide availability of their latest over-the-head headphone with a 40mm diameter driver unit, an impedance of 47?, and an output of 102dB/mW.


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MWC day three: return of the Jedi

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Okay, an Android RAZR would have been amazing, but sadly Motorola didnt announce anything at all at MWC, so our dreams are on hold for the moment.

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One Giant Bounce for Mankind:

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Almost 40 years after the historic Apollo 11 mission, we'll hear voices from the moon again. This time, celebrities, ham radio enthusiasts -- and perhaps even you -- will join the astronauts' voices. A massive project to bounce voices from Earth to the moon and back to another spot on Earth will be launched June 26. Several former astronauts and other famous people have signed on, and so can one lucky Wired Science reader. The winner can go to a moon bounce station to personally send the message to the moon. The Echoes of Apollo project exists thanks to amateur radio operators. Parabolic antennas, or dishes, around the world will lend their strength to the global moon bounce. "We are actually sending out radio waves and shaking the electrons of the atoms of the dirt on the moon a quarter of a million miles away," said Pat Barthelow, a ham radio operator for 43 years and the founder of the moon-bounce project. "We are jiggling moon dust and there's enough energy to send back radio waves to us which we convert back to voices. To me that's pretty profound." The World Moon Bounce Day could set the record for the greatest number of dishes facing the moon at once, even outnumbering the global focus during the first moon walk. So far, people at dishes in Australia, Europe and the United States have committed to stop their regular space work to track the moon so human voices can echo back 2.5 seconds after being sent.

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ViewSonic Releases PJD6251 and PJL9371 Projectors

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ViewSonic is a leading global provider of visual display products. Today, the company announced two new projectors, the PJD6251 and the PJL9371. These two projectors are each designed for a specific purpose.


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Wartime Radio Operator Recognized:

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A radio operator from Greater Manchester, who helped unlock German coded messages during World War II, has been recognised for his efforts. Albert Garforth, 83, of Foxdenton Lane, Middleton Junction, spent the last year of the war helping the code-breakers at Bletchley Park unlock the Enigma code. Their work meant the Allies gained vital information about German troop movements, securing victory in 1945. Mr Garforth has received a Bletchley Park Commemorative Badge. Mr Garforth, an amateur radio enthusiast, said: "I was really pleased that my efforts have been recognised by the government, although it took them 65 years. I'm no hero. I just played my part."

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Ham Radio Operators to Say Merry Christmas:

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People interested in sending a friend or relative a special message for Christmas, including those serving in the military overseas, will have an opportunity to do so via ham radio.

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IARU HF World Championship Contest:

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The 2009 IARU HF World Championship Contest takes place the second full weekend of July, beginning 1200 UTC Saturday and ending 1200 UTC Sunday (11-12 July 2009). Both Single and Multi operator stations may operate the entire 24-hour period. All licensed amateurs worldwide are eligible to participate in this contest. The objective of this contest is to contact as many other amateurs, especially IARU member society HQ stations, around the world as possible using the 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meter bands. Multipliers are the total number of ITU zones plus IARU member society HQ stations worked on each band (not mode).

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Motorola Clutch i465 Announced

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Motorola aims at hard-core texters with their newest phone, the first in their iDEN line of budget mobile phones. The Clutch is one of an increasing number of cheap mobile phones with full QWERTY keyboards for texting.


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Send a Message To An Alien:

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An Australian website "Hello From Earth" is collecting messages that will be transmitted to Gliese 581d, a planet outside our Solar System which may support life and all this, as part of 2009 National Science Week. The Australian Cosmos magazine is offering inhabitants of the third planet from the Sun the chance to send text messages to aliens. The project, supported by the Australian government, is part of National Science Week. Anyone who wishes to do so can send a message using the Hello From Earth website until August 23. The project has excited the global community, with 26,000 hits received by the Hello From Earth website in its first five minutes, crashing the system for a short time. Gliese 581d is eight times the size of Earth and 20 light years away, was located in April 2007. Scientists later discovered that the planet is within the habitable zone where liquid water, and therefore, life, could exist. The Gliese 581 system is one of the best candidates for life outside our Solar System.

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Jetway NC92-330-LF dual-core Atom mini-ITX

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Are you after a multi-tasking mini-ITX board, but something that's low power and pretty cheap? Jetway's dual-core Atom is light on features but the Atom N330 doesn't cost much on this basic board. We see how it stacks up against the competition!

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Creative ZEN Mozaic EZ300 portable media player

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Creative today introduced the attractive and eye-catching Creative ZEN Mozaic EZ300 portable media player for music, photos and video. Modeled after the popular Creative ZEN Mozaic with the bold unique design, the Creative ZEN Mozaic EZ300 features the convenience of plug-and-play and great value for money.


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Cox follows Comcast down the data discrimination road

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Its a sad day for Cox internet subscribers, cause if the FCC or some other almighty agency doesnt step in soon, your traffic could be slowed.

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ANDROID INVASION! MSI Android Netbook on the way!

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MSI has released that they will be bringing an Android-running Netbook to Computex 2009. This makes MSI one of the first companies to start taking Android seriously as a Netbook OS, and could signal a rising trend in the industry.


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