Monthly Archives: February 2011

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid was delayed into 2011… by ‘virtual engine sound’ system

Remember how at the end of last year the US legislature decided to make it mandatory for EVs to churn out an audible noise while in motion? It was all in the name of saving pesky pedestrians from getting in … Continue reading

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Enterproid Separates Professional And Personal Lives On Android Phones

As more businesses turn to Android and iPhones for employee use, there is a need for enterprise-focused mobile security on these devices. Enterproid, which is launching today, hopes to fill this gap by allowing professionals to maintain completely separate professional … Continue reading

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AdvanceTC’s 4.8-inch tabletphone runs Windows 7 on a 1.6GHz Atom CPU

It may not sound like the most practical combination, but we’ve got to hand it to AdvanceTC — it’s shoehorned telephony into a Windows 7 tablet, fulfilling our dark desire for a spiritual successor to the xpPhone. Yes, that’s not … Continue reading

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Android Market now offers e-book purchases

There were some interesting discoveries noted when the Android Market website went live recently. Specific URLs behaved differently than the categories listed on the site — they ended with books, music, and movies. Now, TechCrunch reports that the Books subsection … Continue reading

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Creepy app uses Twitter and Flickr data to track anyone on a map

When you post a photo online — especially from a phone with a built-in camera — you’re likely sharing more than the picture itself. The same is true for updates you post on Twitter. Location data is commonly included, and … Continue reading

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Insidia is a dark-yet-forgiving platformer — Time Waster

So you’re an alien, tooling around in free space in your little spaceship… when suddenly, disaster strikes! Your craft is hit by a meteor, and you’re forced to crash-land on an unfamiliar, dark planet. That’s where Insidia starts off. Now … Continue reading

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Keydex: The Ugliest iPad ?Keyboard? Ever?

The only part of the Sanwa Keydex iPad stand that won’t melt your eyes due to its sheer ugliness is the keyboard — and that’s because it doesn’t come with one. Instead, you have to supply your own iPad Keyboard … Continue reading

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Mac OS X Lion Migration Assistant Update Makes PC to Mac Move a Bit Easier [Os X Lion]

PC owners jonesing for the new MacBook Pros (or any future Mac, we suppose) would do well to take a quick look at what’s coming down the pipeline with Mac OS X Lion. Mainly Migration Assistant’s PC-to-Mac transfer improvements. More » … Continue reading

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MobileNotifier is a great start to what iOS notifications should be [jailbreak]

MobileNotifier is a great start to what iOS notifications should really look like. Keep in mind this app is still in beta before you go replacing LockInfo. I’ve been playing with MobileNotifier today and it’s got a lot of potential. … Continue reading

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T-Mobile continues campaign against iPhone 4 with new ‘State of the Smartphone’ infographic

T-Mobile cares about you. It cares so much that it’s spending all its advertising dollars lately making sure you know full well that the iPhone 4 can’t do “4G” the way its own phones can. The latest salvo in this … Continue reading

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