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AT&T’s Palm Pixi Plus gets webOS 1.4.5

Today, HP announced that AT&T’s Palm Pixi Plus would — finally — be getting the webOS 1.4.5 update. The new bits add several new bug fixes and, most notably, add support for Palm’s Plug-in Developer Kit (PDK). Hit the “Updates” application on your AT&T Pixi to manually grab the new code.

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Amazon announces Kindle Single, the short-form book format

Amazon has created a new format for its e-reader, which it is calling the Kindle Single. While the name suggests that it is reading material for all the singletons out there, the format is more for bits of literature which aren’t full-blown novels, neither magazine articles. Kindle Singles will be around 30-90 pages in length  Full Article…

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Apple granted ‘there’s an app for that’ trademark

If, for whatever reason, you aren’t fond of Apple’s “there’s an app for that” slogan, you might not love the following news. The U.S. patent and trademark office has granted Apple, Inc. a trademark for their oh-so-familiar App Store slogan, “there’s an app for that.” The filing was initially made in December of 2009 and,  Full Article…

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Acer Aspire 5745DG 3D laptop announced

Acer has announced the new Aspire 5745DG 3D laptop, promising ‘totally immersive’ visuals. The Acer Aspire 5745DG offers a 15.6 inch 16:9 screen along with Nvidia’s GeForce GT425M graphics. There is an optional Blu-ray drive, and a ‘large capacity’ hard drive, along with a card reader and the usual connectivity. Ultimate “The new Aspire 5745DG  Full Article…

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Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 keynote up for viewing

Yesterday in New York City, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer officially unveiled his company’s next generation mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7. The mobile device arena is a crowded space — with well established systems from Apple, Google, and Research In Motion already in the market — but Microsoft made a big splash by announcing nine  Full Article…

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In Depth: LCD or plasma TV: which should you buy?

The battle between plasma and LCD TV technology rumbles on, and if you’re in the market for a big-screen TV you need to seriously consider which tech is right for you, LCD or plasma. The first flat TVs in the late 1990s – costing thousands of pounds – used plasma tech, and were 42-inches in  Full Article…

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Samsung has new firmware for NX10 camera

Samsung isn’t famous yet when it comes to digital cameras, but that doesn’t mean the South Korean consumer electronics giant isn’t trying its level best to break into the market. Their NX10 mirrorless camera was a pretty good start compared to its range of entry level consumer digital cameras, and we’re stoked to see the  Full Article…

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