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6 ways to get real 3D technology for home use this Christmas

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It’s time for some 3D action from the comfort of your home. 3D cinema may have been around for more than a century (yeah, really!), but it’s only now that it ventures in our homes in a way that’s relatively affordable and easy way to digest. And it’s not just movies – can you imagine playing a first person shooter in real 3D immersion?

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Adobe and Palm play nice, Flash Player 10.1 comming to WebOS in H1 2010

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WebOS to get Flash 10.1 in early 2010

HTML5 might be gearing up hopes to dethrone Flash as the online streaming video technology of choice, but Flash is here to stay for a while longer, and is now even gaining ground on mobile devices. The Palm Pre is going to be one of the first devices to get the new Flash Player 10.1, which was announced in October.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Pureness fondled with pure intentions

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Pureness

The XPERIA X10 has been gobbling up a lot of attention lately but it’s not the only one in the lineup that deserves attention. The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Pureness features a unique transparent display – a sure-fire attention grabber. Here we have a video of the unboxing and a quick look into the overall design and interface of the phone.

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Acer Aspire One AOD250 notebook runs both XP and Android, lacks Google integration

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There was always talk of using Android as a netbook OS (a “smartbook”) but until that comes along we’ll have to settle for Android as an instant-on OS. In today’s example – the Acer Aspire One AOD250 dual-boots Android and Windows XP. The Android experience is sub-par but the important thing here is that Android runs on a x86 CPU at all.


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