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Developers begin bringing 'Magic Lantern' firmware to Canon 5D Mark III

UnoDNS frees you to stream from other countries

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I am writing these lines while listening to Pandora. If you're in the US, this probably doesn't sound very exciting. I, however, am not in the US--I'm in Israel, a country in which Pandora is not officially supported. I can also do all sorts of other US-only tricks, such as...
UnoDNS frees you to stream from other countries

Geohot Brings Other OS Support To PS3 With Custom Firmware

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Geohot Brings Other OS Support To PS3 With Custom Firmware

Review: UnoDNS frees you to stream from other countries

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I am writing these lines while listening to Pandora. If you're in the US, this probably doesn't sound very exciting. I, however, am not in the US-I'm in Israel, a country in which Pandora is not officially supported. I can also do all sorts of other US-only tricks, such...
Review: UnoDNS frees you to stream from other countries

In a few short hours, CyanogenMod gets enough donations for new servers from its community

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As the CyanogenMod team works to continue releasing new ‘nightly builds’ of their custom Android firmware, they released a post on their blog this morning asking for donations from their community. The team stated they needed donations in order to purchase new servers so they could keep releasing new...
In a few short hours, CyanogenMod gets enough donations for new servers from its community
Access Denied: why Android's broken promise of unlocked bootloaders needs to be fixed
Securifi's Almond brings touchscreens to routers

Intel SSD 520 review roundup: Intel reliability, SandForce speeds starting at $149

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There's plenty of SSD options out there, but Intel's NAND drives are among the most well thought of, simply because they're so reliable. But, with the top speed of competing SSDs spiraling higher, Intel's rock-solid reputation may not be enough for some enthusiasts. Enter the SSD 520, with a...
Intel SSD 520 review roundup: Intel reliability, SandForce speeds starting at $149
Hackers crack Sony PlayStation 3 again, leak console's encryption keys

Nokia Lumia 710, 800 units caught with unlocked bootloaders

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Nokia has inadvertently let some owners of the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 get full control over their phones. A discovery by XDA-Developers member biktor_gj has found that some phones ship with Qualcomm's stock bootloader, not the Nokia-customized version, and can load any custom firmware. Accordingly, he had already posted...
Nokia Lumia 710, 800 units caught with unlocked bootloaders

Week in gaming: Evony stays shady, StarCraft 2 for $100

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This week we found out just how shady the minds behind Evony can be, we took a look at the Collector's Edition of StarCraft 2, and USB storage came to the Xbox 360... although it's not nearly as nice as it could have been. There was also the possibility...
Week in gaming: Evony stays shady, StarCraft 2 for $100

Boosted Board electric longboard is lightweight enough to carry, powerful enough to haul riders uphill

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Boosted Board isn't the first powered skateboard to grace these pages, but it is the lightest. In its current prototype form, it weighs just 12 pounds, thanks to a high-end Loaded Vanguard longboard, 2,000W brushless electric motor, 100W/h Lithium polymer battery pack and regenerative braking and drivetrain bits. That...
Boosted Board electric longboard is lightweight enough to carry, powerful enough to haul riders uphill

Toshiba to release 4K-ready, 160MB/s CompactFlash memory cards

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Toshiba will launch its Exceria Pro series of CompactFlash cards into the Japanese market tomorrow with 160MB/s read speeds and 150MB/s write speeds. The company claims the 32GB and 64GB models are the fastest CF cards you can get now, thanks to the UDMA7 protocol combined with its own...
Toshiba to release 4K-ready, 160MB/s CompactFlash memory cards
Google Music limits users to four device deauthorizations a year

Motorola slips RAZR Developer Edition with unlocked boot

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Motorola on Sunday night briefly teased (now pulled) a special Developer Edition of the modern RAZR. The new version will make the promised unlocked bootloader readily available so that users can easily load custom firmware or otherwise go beyond what carriers and Motorola allow. It should ship this week in...
Motorola slips RAZR Developer Edition with unlocked boot
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