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Apple iPad 3G coming to you by May 7th

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The Wi-Fi-only version of the Apple iPad tablet has sold remarkably well, but there are still plenty of users waiting for its 3G-enabled version before making the jump. According to the Apple online store’s recent update this wait will be over by May 7th.

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LG SU420 goes live in Korea, comes with DMB 2.0

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LG have just announced another of their full-touch devices, but unfortunately for the rest of the world this one will only be available in Korea. The LG SU420 is the world’s first handset to sport a mobile TV receiver that supports DMB 2.0.

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The iPad – Will it blend?

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The question we’ve all been asking ourselves for a while now received its answer. Check it out on video after the jump.

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HTC considers coming up with its own proprietary OS, come on!

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The birth of a new mobile operating system is better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, but I’m not quite sure if that’s exactly what the industry needs right now. Still, according to Bloomberg, HTC are considering their options and they might just come up with an OS of their own.

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Next generation Google Docs unveiled

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If you are much into sharing documents with your co-workers and buddies using the Google Docs I have some good news for you. The dev team standing behind the project has just unveiled the new and improved Google Docs that will serve you better than ever before.

In addition to adding many new features like margin ruler, formula editing bar, cell auto-complete and drag-and-drop columns the new version of Google Docs also improves performance and responsiveness. Read more »

Samsung I9000 Galaxy S brings it whole four inches of Super AMOLED-ishness to our office (video inside)

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That next handset that we have for a preview is a real star. The Samsung I9000 Galaxy S is yet another flagship aiming for a place at the top of the Android pyramid and from what we are seeing so far it might just succeed.

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Samsung I5700 Galaxy Spica joins the review queue in its Android 2.1 outfit

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Five out of six review articles that we published this month have been of Android devices but if you thought we are about to run out of test subjects you are wrong. We should be ready with the LG GW620 out-and-out review tomorrow but until then let me show you what’s coming after it.

To follow next week is the Samsung I5700 Galaxy Spica. The handset just received its official Android 2.1 update and we are pretty eager to give it a try. We have prepared a short video demonstrating the Galaxy Spica in action to give you an idea of what to expect from the review. Read more »

500 LED flashlight will turn your night into day

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If you are looking for a flashlight powerful enough to illuminate the Great Wall of China, then by all means take a moment to check this out. This guy has put together some 500 five millimeter super-bright white LEDs and created this big-ass flashlight that you can see in action in the video after the break.

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Apple releases guided video tours for the iPad, lots of them

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If you want to check out the Apple iPad in action before spending the thick end of 500 US dollars on it, please head to the company website right away. Apple has uploaded a host of guided video tours of their latest device that demonstrate most aspects of its interface in detail.

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Both BlackBerry Storms get an optimized Google Mobile App with voice search

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If you thought a voice search app was all that separated your BlackBerry Storm or BlackBerry Storm2 from perfection, you are in luck. Google released a version of their Google Mobile App, specially optimized for the BlackBerry touchscreen devices.

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InVisage Technologies announce camera sensors with 4x light sensitivity, cameraphones lovers rejoice

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Technology developer InVisage Technologies has developed an image sensor that can offer four times better light sensitivity than the traditional silicone-based CCD and CMOS sensors. That has become possible through the usage of quantum dots (nanocrystals wrapped in a polymer film) instead of silicon photodiodes.

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Internet Explorer market share takes a hit as the Browser Choice screen starts rolling out

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Tough times for Internet Explorer coming right ahead. Only a month has passed since the European Union forced Microsoft to give their users a choice of several browsers and the IE market share is starting to feel the heat.

Microsoft should send almost 200 million computers a browser choice screen, offering users to select a browser by the end of May. However even now, before March has ended, IE has lost market share in several of the key European markets.

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Motorola BACKFLIP comes to our office, goes on video

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Motorola BACKFLIP is the next member of the Android family that is in for one of our trademark exhausting out-and-out reviews. We’ve been playing around with it for a few days now and we decided to give you a short video to get you prepared for what’s about to come.

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Canon want to get .canon top-level domain

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The Japanese electronics manufacturer giant Canon will try to secure their own top-level domain – namely “.canon”. If they succeed they will become the first company with their own generic domain.

Don’t hold your breath just yet, though. Even if Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) grants the permission today, which is what Canon expect to happen the new domain won’t be up and running before late 2011.

Since ICANN liberalized the top-level domain obtaining procedure in 2008 it was only a matter of time until the large companies enter the game (it still costs several hundred thousand bucks to get one). Let’s now see who else will follow suite.


Microsoft announce Internet Explorer 9, they have got to be kidding us

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If at first you don’t succeed, getting up, dusting yourself off and trying again might be the thing to do, but if you fail 9 times in a row you might better give up all together. Just when we thought that things couldn’t get any worse for Microsoft and their internet browsing solution and here comes the announcement of Internet Explorer 9 to prove us wrong.

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