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AT&T to release rugged Motorola ES400 for businesses

Last week, we told you about wireless-carrier Sprint releasing the rough and rugged Motorola ES400S; an enterprise device certified for MIL-STD 810G, a 4-foot drop, and IP42 sealing specifications. Today, AT&T announced that it too would be offering the ES400 to its business customers. The device, which runs the Windows Embedded Handheld platform, has a 3-inch VGA touchscreen  Full Article…

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Sony unveils 16 megapixel sensor for cell phones

If you like to measure your cell phone in megapixels, listen up. Sony has just unveiled a 16.41 megapixel, back-illuminated sensor for mobile devices. The 1/2.8-inch thick, color-sensing beast — officially known as the Exmor R IMX081PQ – will be available to manufacturers this coming January and will carry a .30 price tag. Sony also announced  Full Article…

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Guide: How to overclock your AMD CPU

AMD may not have the current performance crown, but there’s no doubt its processors still represent unbelievably good value. And with its list of high-end overclocking features the Black Edition more than makes up for any performance shortfall with sheer fun and flexibility. Retailing at around £130 the quad-core Phenom II X4 955 is one  Full Article…

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How to Create a Facebook Fan Page

Facebook is the most popular social networking site in the world. You may already have an account, and have seen how people interact with each other and seemingly with celebrities, movies, pop stars and other things they’re interested in. This is done by means of the Facebook fan page. Fan pages are a great way  Full Article…

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AT&T announces first carrier-provided, two-factor voice encryption service

Today, AT&T announced AT&T Encrypted Mobile Voice; “the first carrier-provided two factor encryption service for calls on the AT&T network.” The service, which will be available for BlackBerry and Windows Mobile devices, combines KoolSpan’s TrustChip and SRA International’s One Vault Voice. As the press release explains: TrustChip is a fully hardened, self-contained crypto engine inserted into the  Full Article…

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In Depth: How do CPU coolers work?

An electrical current produces heat. It’s rather annoying really, but for this little bit of physics you could run your PC processor at breakneck speeds. Heat is kinetic energy, which cannot be created or destroyed, all you can do is move it about or transform it. The art of processing cooling is one of absorbing  Full Article…

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Samsung releases OTA update to address Vibrant GPS issues

If you’re a Samsung Vibrant owner, you’re going to love this news. The company has announced that an over-the-air update, being referred to as JI6, is now rolling out to address that pesky GPS issue Galaxy S devices have been plagued with. The announcement, which came via Twitter, did not specify any other issues being  Full Article…

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