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HTC's New Helicopter View Shown Off In Desire Video

HTC's New Helicopter View Shown Off In Desire Video

[HTML1] A new feature that's making its way onto all of HTC's Android phones via its Sense overlay is the helicopter view," as they call it internally. It's like Mac OS X's Exposé function, letting you see all homescreens instantly. Recombu has shot a hands-on video of the Desire, which spe

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Canon's SX20 and SX120 Powershots Are Zoomy Enough to Settle For

Canon's SX20 and SX120 Powershots Are Zoomy Enough to Settle For

While others are investing in thousands in their dSLRs and Micro Four Thirds cameras, many normal folk pick up still-hefty point and shoots like the Canon SX120 ($250) and SX20 ($400)—both available this September. Canon PowerShot SX120 IS Digital Camera Not a bad pick-up. It features a 10

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This Tiny Core i7 Motherboard Could Almost Fit In Your Pocket

This Tiny Core i7 Motherboard Could Almost Fit In Your Pocket

5 inches by 3.7 inches—that's the diminutive footprint of the fully loaded conga-BM57 Core i7 motherboard. Despite its small stature, the conga-BM57 features an impressive spec list, including a 2.66 GHz Core i7, 8GB of RAM, integrated intel graphics, 5 PCI Express lanes, 8 USB 2.0 ports, 3

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What iOS 4.1 Does For You

What iOS 4.1 Does For You

Apple will release a new version of iOS4, adding HDR photo capture, fixing iPhone 3G performance, and finally adding Game Center support. The 4.1 update will be available next week for iPhone and iPod touch (though not all models). Steve Jobs brought out developers from Epic Games to show o

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OQO Model 2+ Is +10 Awesome: OLED Touchscreen, Global 3G and Speed UP

OQO Model 2+ Is +10 Awesome: OLED Touchscreen, Global 3G and Speed UP

Not much left to divulge beyond what leaked already about the OQO Model 02+: It's newly endowed with a stunning OLED touchscreen, global 3G and faster 1.86GHz Atom CPU. But! It's only $1500. And pics! [OQO]

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NASA Wants to Use a Web of GPS Sites to Predict Tsunamis

NASA Wants to Use a Web of GPS Sites to Predict Tsunamis

NASA researchers have successfully completed the first demonstration of a prototype tsunami prediction system. Using global and regional real-time data from hundreds of GPS sites, the system can quickly assess large earthquakes and accurately predict the size of resulting tsunamis. The new sy

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Slim Sexy Scanner Looks Like A Saber

Slim Sexy Scanner Looks Like A Saber

Doing away with the traditional norms of a bulky scanner is the svelte scanU. This pocket-sized gadget is inherently made up of three segments: the screen, the power unit and the storage. The display screen comprises of a three-layer roll out scanning bed, where the upper and bottom layers ar

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Plane Takes Off On Magnets

Plane Takes Off On Magnets

The MagLevAir is an airplane shuttle system with reduced noise, space and energy consumption during take off. The airplane is hooked to a maglev shuttle saving expensive cerosin for accerleration during take off. In flight the delta wing shaped airplane uses scram jets. The MagLevAir is part o

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Buffalo's USB 3.0 External Drive Arrives in the U.S

Buffalo's USB 3.0 External Drive Arrives in the U.S

As expected, the DriveStation HD-HXU3 is the first external USB 3.0 drive in the U.S. It promises transfers up to 4.8Gbps (compared to USB 2.0's 480Mbps) and Buffalo has a two-port USB 3.0 PCI Express card to get you started. There's no price yet on the USB 3.0 PCI Express card (IFC-PCIE2U3), but

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Scientists Create Inorganic Bendable, Transparent LED Displays WIth Less Flavor than Organic Ones

Scientists Create Inorganic Bendable, Transparent LED Displays WIth Less Flavor than Organic Ones

As if we weren't excited enough with flexible, transparent organic LEDs—which are taking forever to reach consumers—now scientists have created flexible, transparent non-organic LEDs. Seriously, we can use a litte less teasing and a lot more action here. The new method is based on a simple c

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K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 4.6.2 Final

K-Lite Pack is a collection of codecs, DirectShow filters and tools. Codecs and DirectShow filters are needed for encoding and decoding (playing) audio and video formats. The K-Lite Pack is designed as a user-friendly solution for playing all your movie files. With the K-Lite Pack you should be able to play all the popular audio and video formats and even some rare formats.
The K-Lite Codec Pack always very up-to-date with the newest (and/or best) versions of the components. The installation is fully customizable, meaning that you are able install exactly those components that you really want. Uninstallation removes all files and registry entries created by the pack. It is extremely easy to make a fully customized unattended installation. It tries to avoid potential problems with existing codecs and even fixes some problems. The pack is able to detect broken codecs and filters on your system, and remove them for you. It is a very complete package, containing everything you need to play your movies. Suitable for both novice and expert users. The K-Lite Codec Pack works on Windows 2000/XP/2003/XP64/Vista.

Changes K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 4.6.2 | (2009-02-12):
* Updated Media Player Classic Homecinema to version 1.2.991.0
* The internal DXVA decoders of MPC-HC are now enabled by default on Windows Vista/Seven
* The internal subtitle renderer of MPC-HC is now enabled by default on Windows Vista/Seven
* Updated ffdshow to revision 2676
* Updated Cyberlink MPEG-2 decoder to version 8.2.0.1211
* Removed On2 VP6 decoding filter. It could in rare occasions cause some compatibility isues. ffdshow is used instead for decoding VP6 video. That was already the default setting in previous version of the pack.
* Removed MainConcept MPEG-1 decoder
* Updated MusePack splitter/decoder
* Updated Monkey’s Audio decoder
* Changed default AC3 decoder from AC3Filter to ffdshow
* Updated Gabest MPEG splitter to version 1.2.988.0
* Updated x264VFW to revision 1093
* Updated MediaInfo Lite to version 0.7.10
* Fixed problem where the DC-Bass Source filter could break playback of .mod video files that are created by certain digital video cameras. This only happened when the option for Tracker audio was enabled. Tracker audio files with extension .mod are now no longer supported.
* Minor changes

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