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Lumu Is A Digital Light Meter For Photographers That Plugs Into Your iPhone & Tells You What Camera Settings To Use
Russian website reviews a prototype LG Nexus 4

Photos of Purported 'iPad Mini' Parts Include Rear Shell and Front Panel

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UkrainianiPhone shares several photos (via 9to5Mac) of what its source claims are parts from Apple's forthcoming "iPad mini". The parts include a black rear shell demonstrating cellular capabilities, as well as a white front panel/digitizer assembly. The photo set also includes a purported LCD from the iPad mini, but the...
Photos of Purported 'iPad Mini' Parts Include Rear Shell and Front Panel
Leaked iPad 3 Components Reveal New Internals, But No New Design [Exclusive]

What Everyone Dislikes About The New iPad (AAPL)

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iPad reviews are out! Every review is overwhelmingly positive, but there are small complaints about the new iPad and we've summed them up here. The one takeaway from reading over a half-dozen reviews: If you have an iPad 2, there's no need to upgrade. If you're looking to save...
What Everyone Dislikes About The New iPad (AAPL)
Chinese Case Maker Reveals Potential iPhone 5 Design

REVIEW: Apple's 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro (AAPL)

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Apple's newest laptop is the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. While it's another gorgeous piece of hardware from Apple, it's not a laptop you should buy. Click here to jump straight to photos of the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro > The best thing about the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro is the...
REVIEW: Apple's 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro (AAPL)

VeriFone Brings Out The Big Guns In Its War With Square: Apple Stores

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It’s no secret that VeriFone hopes to eliminate mobile startup Square before it even officially launches. Not only did they unveil their PAYware Mobile credit card-reading device just a week after Square made headlines with its unveiling, but they almost immediately started a major advertising push in places such as...
VeriFone Brings Out The Big Guns In Its War With Square: Apple Stores

New pictures and details emerge on Microsoft’s Courier “digital journal”

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After catching a glimpse of Microsoft’s intriguing Courier device last fall — a dual screen multitouch and pen-based digital booklet — we’ve heard little about it. Now Engadget is reporting on new Courier pictures and details which bring the device one step closer to reality. The Courier is being...
New pictures and details emerge on Microsoft’s Courier “digital journal”

PayPal Partners with Japan's SoftBank to Form Digital Payments Joint Venture

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PayPal said late this evening it is establishing a multi-million dollar joint venture with SoftBank, an Internet and telecommunications provider in Japan, to work together on the future of digital payments there. The joint venture will be called PayPal Japan, and while the details are a little bit fuzzy, the...
PayPal Partners with Japan's SoftBank to Form Digital Payments Joint Venture

iHelicopter maker launches iPhone controlled Stunt Car Racer

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From the makers of iOS-controlled iHelicopter (and its souped up cousin aptly named the Cobra) comes a new iOS-friendly toy that will have you revved up for some cool stunts. Tapping the accelerometer sensor, the Stunt Car Racer uses your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch as the steering wheel. A free app...
iHelicopter maker launches iPhone controlled Stunt Car Racer

RT @NathanBowers: You can see how thin the new phone is because the headphone jack now looks enormous. http://www.apple.com/iphone/design/#accelerometer

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RT @NathanBowers: You can see how thin the new phone is because the headphone jack now looks enormous. http://www.apple.com/iphone/design/#accelerometer

Live audio broadcasting service Mixlr comes to the iPhone, and feels right at home

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Mixlr, the live audio broadcasting service aimed initially at DJs and musicians but now embracing all sorts of audio producers, is going mobile today with the launch of its first iPhone app. The London-based startup relaunched in March with a focus on “making the live experience as fun and interactive as...
Live audio broadcasting service Mixlr comes to the iPhone, and feels right at home
PayPal to take on Square with lower fees and spiffy blue design

iFixit Tears Down Apple's Fifth-Generation iPod Touch

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The teardown experts at iFixit have turned their attention to Apple's fifth-generation iPod touch, moving quickly to examine the internals of the company's redesigned device. The teardown reveals few surprises, but offers a good look at how Apple has been able to pack all of the components into a body...
iFixit Tears Down Apple's Fifth-Generation iPod Touch
Mobile: Square Buys Design Shop to Infuse Itself with Apple DNA

LeapFrog's LeapReader pen teaches reading and writing, on sale in July for $50

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With its latest device, LeapFrog's continuing to fight the good fight: teaching kids essential skills through the power of consumer electronics. LeapReader's a sort of spiritual successor to the company's Tag line, maintaining the reading tool's pen-like form factor, while adding writing to the equation. The device continues to...
LeapFrog's LeapReader pen teaches reading and writing, on sale in July for $50

Canon Cinema EOS-1D C 4K camera hands-on (video)

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It's been but half a year since Canon first entered the motion picture market, and the company is already back with its second and third professional video rigs. The Cinema EOS-1D C marks the most drastic departure from the C300, which launched last November at an elaborate Hollywood event...
Canon Cinema EOS-1D C 4K camera hands-on (video)

Square's On-the-Go iPhone Credit Card Scanner Will Cost $1

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The blog iPhone Alley reported Monday night that Square, the forthcoming mobile credit transaction service co-founded by Twitter's Jack Dorsey, will launch early this summer for the low price of $1. By plugging a small square card reading device into the iPhone's headphone jack, anybody with the device can instantly...
Square's On-the-Go iPhone Credit Card Scanner Will Cost $1

What It's Like Raising More Than $300,000 on Kickstarter

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Willi Wu and his co-developers at Robocat recently sought $35,000 on Kickstarter to fund the development of a thermometer that plugs into a smartphone's headphone jack. Instead, they raised more than $300,000....
What It's Like Raising More Than $300,000 on Kickstarter
Apple to pay $53 million in class-action suit following iPhone warranty policy
Good ideas, middling execution: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 reviewed

iPad stands you can use with Square Register

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The new Register point-of-sale app from Square promises to replace old, clunky point-of-sale (POS) cash registers in stores with something sleek, modern, efficient and easy, that you can run on your iPad. The problem then is what sort of case or stand to use to not only display your iPad, but...
iPad stands you can use with Square Register

MSI outs new CR41 notebook, hopes you like the color royal bronze

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What's rectangular, coated in a royal bronze finish, opens like a clam and lasts for up to seven and a half hours? If you answered MSI's new CR41 notebook, you'd be right (though we would've accepted self-destructing jewelry boxes as an answer). The 14-inch multimedia "mobile companion," announced just...
MSI outs new CR41 notebook, hopes you like the color royal bronze
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Separate leaks claim to show new iPhone's back, ports

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Two separate websites say they have obtained photos of the body of the next-generation iPhone. Images supplied to Boy Genius Report come from a repair company, uBreakiFix, and show a back combining metal and glass with decorative trim. The cutout for the camera module is thought to be larger, but...
Separate leaks claim to show new iPhone's back, ports
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Bank of America gets into card swiping with Mobile Pay on Demand, because 29 can play at that game

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To call the mobile-based card processing business crowded would be a slight understatement -- launching a reader is nearly an instinctual reaction for commerce outlets that see Square running away with the market. What's to stop a bank from joining the fray? Bank of America doesn't see anything wrong,...
Bank of America gets into card swiping with Mobile Pay on Demand, because 29 can play at that game
True to form, Samsung mocks iPhone 5 buyers in latest commercial

The $99 Roku 3

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The $99 Roku 3: CNET: The new Roku 3 has one more feature up its sleeve and it's a neat one: private listening mode. Plug in a pair of headphones to the remote's headphone jack and you can listen to whatever's playing on your Roku. Plugging in the headphones also...
The $99 Roku 3
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