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How and Why Android Came to Be [Android]

How and Why Android Came to Be [Android]

You might already know that Google bought Android for $50 million in 2005 after Danger co-founder Andy Rubin just asked them for an endorsement of it. But did you know that Google feared Windows Mobile? Yep, that one, Wired's massive top-to-bottom Android feature (with awesome art) reveals. Google t

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Now You're Playing with Potato Power!

Now You're Playing with Potato Power!

Seems like only yesterday I was powering an LCD clock with a potato and now Israeli researchers are using a similar approach to create a battery that could help solve the developing world's energy problems. In this case the potato is boiled to increase its potency 10-fold, before zinc and cop

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A New Train Record Has Been Smashed in Shanghai’s Speedy Bullet Train

A New Train Record Has Been Smashed in Shanghai’s Speedy Bullet Train

Traveling at 415km/h, Shanghai's latest bullet train has smashed the previous record held by the country last year, by 21km/h. It services the Shanghai to Hangzhou route, which are about 202km apart. It may be super speedy, but according to locals it's going to be super pricey too, with the fares

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Toshiba 64GB SDXC Card Is Will Be the World's Largest, Fastest

Toshiba 64GB SDXC Card Is Will Be the World's Largest, Fastest

On one hand, it's great to see the SDXC standard—which theoretically tops out at 2TB—flexing its muscles a little bit. On the other, I kinda wish Toshiba wouldn't announce a record-breaking SD card six months before release. Toshiba's upcoming line update stretches from 16GB to 64GB, with rea

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Microsoft Silverlight 4.0.50401.0 Final

Microsoft Silverlight 4.0.50401.0 Final

Silverlight is a powerful development platform for creating engaging, interactive user experiences for Web, desktop, and mobile applications when online or offline. Silverlight is a free plug-in powered by the .NET framework that is compatible across multiple browsers, devices and operating sys

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Winamp 5.552 Build 2458 + KeyGen

Winamp 5.552 Build 2458 + KeyGen

Winamp - is the most popular media to date. The program allows you to work with files in the formats MP3, OGG, AAC, WAV, MOD, XM, S3M, IT, MIDI, etc., supports video (AVI, ASF, MPEG, NSV), has a large number of settings and parameters capable of changing skin, has a good visualization module, a med

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Wrist-Worn, Flexible OLED Out in the Wild

Wrist-Worn, Flexible OLED Out in the Wild

The Universal Display Corporation (UDC) have themselves a wrist-worn, flexible OLED prototype that they built with support from the US Department of Defense. As you can see, the 4-inch screen looks a bit too unwieldy for practical use in the field, but the UDC believes that this technology wil

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Google Maps Driving Simulator Lets You 'Drive' Anywhere

Google Maps Driving Simulator Lets You 'Drive' Anywhere

This top-down Google Maps-based driving simulator is one step closer to our ultimate dream: simulated driving on any street, anywhere, based on data available from Google Maps/Google Earth. Geoquake's 2D Flash version may be really simple—you only have a choice of four vehicles and there's no actu

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Logic Bolt: The US’s First Projecting Cellphone

We’ve seen plenty of units from overseas manufacturers, but the Logic Bolt will be the first US cellphone on the market with a tiny projector squeezed inside.

Scheduled for release next month at a pre-contract price between $400 and $500 (or $100 w/contract), the Logic Bolt is a GSM handset with a 320×240 touchscreen, 3MP camera, 4GB storage and MicroSD expansion. Using a bundled adapter, the can accept VGA and RCA inputs, passing the signal on for built-in 640×480 projection (or it can obviously play any preloaded media straight from the ). The battery can only last 2 hours in projection mode, so a second battery comes bundled with the .
As you can see, the projection quality doesn’t exactly dazzle, but in all fairness, these shots were taken under the less ideal bright conditions of the show floor.
Manufacturer Logic Wireless hopes to release a CDMA/WinMO version of the phone in the next four months, and they’re planning a 2.0 version of the product with QWERTY and possibly Android by the end of 2009.


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