Monthly Archives: February 2011

HTC Trophy spotted in the wild, sporting Verizon logo

If you had any remaining doubts whether the HTC Trophy would be playing for Team Red, you can leave them at the door — a tipster just sent us a high-res version of the above image, and says it’s running … Continue reading

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MobileNotifier: iPhone alerts improved (video)

If you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone yet then MobileNotifier might just push you over the edge — a place you’re probably already teetering upon given Apple’s pathetic push notification implementation. MobileNotifier beta v3 is a free open-source rewrite of iOS’ … Continue reading

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Twitpic introduces video support, lets you tweet your vids

Twitpic, the Twitter photo-posting service, has now extended its reach into photos that move, also known as “video”. Users will now be able to upload quick videos shot on the move, and share them directly with Twitter. Twitter’s Web interface … Continue reading

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The Haves and Have-Nots: The True Story of a Reader Suddenly De-Invited from TED

I was determined never to write another negative post about TED. Really. I feel like my views on the conference’s smug-tendencies have been well-stated. And, as I said in this article in Fast Company, I think the TED Fellows program … Continue reading

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Sony indicates all future Alpha models will include translucent mirrors

That satisfying clunk of the mirror swinging up and away, the rapid-fire clatter of DSLRs going into burst mode, could be on its last legs. Well, for Sony Alphas at least. The company has confirmed that its translucent mirror tech, … Continue reading

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Corel releases VideoStudio Pro X4, we go hands on (video)

Corel seems to be on a roll lately; after releasing WinZip System Utilities just last week, this morning the company announced VideoStudio Pro X4. VideoStudio Pro is aimed at home users and small business professionals who want to create professional-looking … Continue reading

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Bendable Graphene Batteries Take a Page from Gumby [Batteries]

Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) may be on the cusp of creating something special: Bendable batteries that could have better performance than their stiff, inflexible cousins. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/ASHZL8fItyI/bendable-graphene-batteries-take-a-page-from-gumby Charles Robert Hamilton V Kevin … Continue reading

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Fruit Roll-Ups Make for Great Camera Flash Gels [Photography]

Photographer John Crane was out ice climbing and stumbled upon a beautiful ice cave that he wanted to shoot perfectly. The problem was that it was hard to capture all the little details without a flash gel. Crane says: More » … Continue reading

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Sprint HTC Arrive with Windows Phone 7 copy and paste first hands-on! (video)

HTC also brought along a Sprint-branded Arrive to our San Francisco reader meetup, and while we’re already familiar with this Windows Phone 7 slider from our time with the HTC 7 Pro it’s still nice to see a CDMA WP7 … Continue reading

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Paranormal Shark Activity is a hopping Time Waster

The shark is a majestic creature; it’s also pretty dangerous. When Paranormal Shark Activity starts off, you’re just a dude hanging out on the pier. You quickly discover there’s no way to go left (back to the city or the … Continue reading

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