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Apple brags: sells 365 million iOS devices, 140 million iMessage users

Letterpress, Game From the Creator of Tweetie, Lifts Off

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Loren Brichter made waves in the mobile world for selling a polished and elegant application called Tweetie to Twitter itself. Mr. Brichter left Twitter nearly a year ago to purse personal projects and has finally taken the wraps off his latest creation, a clever world and color wars game called...
Letterpress, Game From the Creator of Tweetie, Lifts Off
WebOS opens up at last [video]

Clarion reveals Android-powered car stereo head unit

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Clarion has taken the wraps of a new ësmartí car stereo head unit powered by Android 2.2. The Mirage is currently targeted at OEMs looking to integrate it into their vehicle ranges and is not available to the general public. In addition to including typical car-based apps including GPS and...
Clarion reveals Android-powered car stereo head unit
Barnes & Noble opens fire at Amazon with new NOOK HD, NOOK HD+ tablets (hands-on)

Mysterious, ZTE-made T-Mobile Aspect swings by the FCC

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Sometimes FCC filings are rife with details. T-Mobile and ZTE aren't playing that game right now: a device has shown up at the US agency bearing only the T-Mobile Aspect name and a ZTE F555 model number. That already tells us that it's likely to have 1,700MHz 3G inside,...
Mysterious, ZTE-made T-Mobile Aspect swings by the FCC

T-Mobile's New LTE Network Spotted Being Tested In 8 Major U.S. Cities

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While T-Mobile is more than a bit late to the LTE game, the company confirmed on Monday that their new network would be launching by the end of the month. Where it would launch, however, was kept under wraps. That’s the idea, at least. Thanks to some data mined out...
T-Mobile's New LTE Network Spotted Being Tested In 8 Major U.S. Cities
Nokia to unveil cheap Lumia 610 alongside high-end camera phone at MWC [video]

Distro Issue 76: Will a duo of phones and a new OS bring BlackBerry back to life?

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After delays and a software preview, RIM BlackBerry finally pulled the wraps off of it's new hardware and operating system that we'd been looking for the end of January to bring. In this week's edition of our e-publication, we take a look at all of the wares that the...
Distro Issue 76: Will a duo of phones and a new OS bring BlackBerry back to life?

Apple Unveils iOS 6

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Apple on Monday took the wraps off iOS 6, its next major revision to the operating system that powers the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch....
Apple Unveils iOS 6
Stars align behind Airtime video chat, but is it Skype or Color?
Windows Phone 8 software development kit now available for download

Today in Tech: How Microsoft kept PC partners in the dark

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LCD TV shipments fall for the first time; Microsoft kept its Surface tablet under wraps, even from PC partners.  NPD: Global LCD TV shipments fall for first time [THE WALL STREET JOURNAL] Global television shipments fell 8% in the first quarter from a year earlier, as LCD-TV volume posted its...
Today in Tech: How Microsoft kept PC partners in the dark

Hitachi's Unified Compute Platform Goes for the Endzone

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Yesterday, Hitachi took the wraps off their Unified Computing Platform by introducing its open data center platform. It is aimed at consolidating the enterprise functions of networking, storage, and compute into an orchestration layer. Virtualization is still guiding the evolution of the data center, in this case all the way...
Hitachi's Unified Compute Platform Goes for the Endzone
Nationwide Insurance uses lawyers to protect details of October security breach

Asus reveals the GX1000, first mouse for 'hardcore' gamers

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Asus has taken the wraps off its first ëhardcore' gaming mouse, the Republic of Gamers GX1000. The new mouse is clad in aluminum and incorporates a wide range of programmable functions to help ensure optimal gaming control, while its shape is also designed to reduce fatigue during long sessions. Users...
Asus reveals the GX1000, first mouse for 'hardcore' gamers

Apple’s next iPad goes on sale March 16th, report claims

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Apple’s next-generation iPad tablet will go on sale in initial launch markets on March 16th according to a new report. Citing an unnamed “Apple Store source,” Apple watcher 9to5Mac claims that preparations are being made for an event within Apple Stores that is scheduled to take place on the...
Apple’s next iPad goes on sale March 16th, report claims

Dark Souls comes to PC – and your questions for From Software

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Namco Bandai is bringing its brilliant action RPG to the PC, with extra stuff included. And we're talking to the developers in a couple of hours...As you may well have heard by now, Namco has announced that it's bringing From Software's relentless masterpiece Dark Souls to PC. Subtitled 'The Prepare...
Dark Souls comes to PC – and your questions for From Software
Good Deal: HP's brand-new Envy 4 and Envy 6 Ultrabooks for $399.99 and $499.99

Who needs thumbs? Samsung Galaxy S IV may scroll using eye-tracking

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Samsung’s Galaxy S IV will feature software that uses eye tracking to scroll content on the screen, according to a report from the New York Times on Monday. When the phone senses that readers’ eyes have reached the bottom of the screen, it will page up the content on...
Who needs thumbs? Samsung Galaxy S IV may scroll using eye-tracking
The BlackBerry Q10 is a QWERTY smartphone designed to compete in 2013

Nvidia jumps into gaming devices with Tegra 4-powered "Project Shield" handheld

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Nvidia has taken the wraps off “Project Shield”, a handheld gaming device powered by its new Tegra 4 processor capable of powering 4K video. The device will be the first Tegra 4 device with 38 watt hours of gameplay batteries for up to 24 hours of high definition video. Nvidia...
Nvidia jumps into gaming devices with Tegra 4-powered "Project Shield" handheld
Ubuntu phone OS announced, first devices shipping in early 2014
New startup Porch raises $6.25M seed round, aiming to disrupt home improvement with 'massive amount of data'

T-Mobile Will Launch LG's Ice Cream Sandwich-Powered Optimus L9 "This Fall"

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AT&T and Sprint have already laid claim to LG’s flagship Optimus G handset, but what of the rest of the Big 4 national carriers? Verizon has been keeping awfully quiet on the subject — maybe because it’s still trying to push LG’s curious Intuition phablet — and for now...
T-Mobile Will Launch LG's Ice Cream Sandwich-Powered Optimus L9 "This Fall"

Microsoft ViralSearch project visualizes content as it spreads across Twitter

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It's not a new component of Bing (not yet, anyway), but Microsoft has taken the wraps off a new small-scale search project at its TechFest event this week -- one with a particular focus on so-called viral content. Appropriately dubbed ViralSearch, the effort from Microsoft Research currently uses Twitter...
Microsoft ViralSearch project visualizes content as it spreads across Twitter

Samsung announces Galaxy Note 10.1 with Android 4.0, dual-core chipset and S Pen

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Samsung on Monday took the wraps off another new addition to its Android tablet lineup, the Galaxy Note 10.1. Like the supersized “phablet” it joins in the Galaxy Note family, the Note 10.1 includes Samsung’s S Pen stylus for drawing, note-taking, highlighting and much more. Sadly, this still isn’t...
Samsung announces Galaxy Note 10.1 with Android 4.0, dual-core chipset and S Pen

AMD announces Temash, Kabini, Richland, and Kaveri APUs at CES 2013

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AMD's press event here in Vegas just wrapped up, and if there's a single acronym to describe everything that we witnessed, it's this: APU. The two highlights were codenamed Temash and Kabini, two products that the company is touting as its first true system-on-chip APUs. In fact, each of...
AMD announces Temash, Kabini, Richland, and Kaveri APUs at CES 2013

Boost Mobile announces Samsung Galaxy Rush with Android 4.0, available late September for $150

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Boost Mobile is in New York City today to take the wraps off of its new fall lineup, and in addition to the Galaxy S II 4G, it'll be joined by the Samsung Galaxy Rush, a small (but slightly souped-up) smartphone that sports Android 4.0. Noteworthy specs include a...
Boost Mobile announces Samsung Galaxy Rush with Android 4.0, available late September for $150

VeriSign admits multiple hacks in 2010, keeps details under wraps

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VeriSign, the company responsible for guiding most of the world's Internet users to the correct websites and once the largest encryption certificate issuing authority, was successfully hacked several times in 2010....
VeriSign admits multiple hacks in 2010, keeps details under wraps
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