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HTC EVO 4G: Sprint Android Official For Summer 2010

HTC EVO 4G: Sprint Android Official For Summer 2010

We’ve heard rumor after rumor after rumor regarding the HTC Supersonic destined to be an Android in overdrive, headed to Sprint as the company’s first 4G powered handset. That phone WAS announced today at CTIA, but with a different name – the HTC EVO Some of the specs that instantly make

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Toshiba 512GB Solid State Laptop Drive: Come to Papa

Toshiba 512GB Solid State Laptop Drive: Come to Papa

256GB SSDs were a possibility in my mind as storage in a fantasy rig. But a 512GB 2.5-inch laptop drive is big enough to dream about from the depths of my storage fanboy heart-of-hearts. TOSHIBA LAUNCHES INDUSTRY’S FIRST 512GB SOLID STATE DRIVE and NEXT- GENERATION SSD FAMILY USING 43nm MLC N

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Verb for Shoe Auto-Adjusts Comfort With Built-in Computer [Footwear]

Verb for Shoe Auto-Adjusts Comfort With Built-in Computer [Footwear]

The adapting Verb shoes from VectraSense Technologies, an MIT spin-off company, have been in development for a while, but now they're finally ready to buy. They're not quite Marty's amazing Nike's from Back to the Future 2 but they are clever: the built-in twin air bladders are controlled by an on-b

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LED Lights Able To Stream Video At 2Mbps Thanks To Chinese Research

LED Lights Able To Stream Video At 2Mbps Thanks To Chinese Research

Turn off your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, everyone! Well...not quite yet. Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have successfully used LED lights to transfer wireless data to a laptop at a speed of 2Mbps. What does this mean? Well, it's obviously another option for sending and receiving dat

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Lenovo U350 Is Pretty Thin, Pretty Light, and Pretty Cheap

Lenovo U350 Is Pretty Thin, Pretty Light, and Pretty Cheap

Just last week Intel was all "Hey! Thin, light and cheap laptops are the next big thing, TRUST US!" The Lenovo IdeaPad U350, a $650, 13.3-inch ultrathin notebook, is exactly what they were talking about. Intel and Lenovo's concept makes enough sense: take those ultrathing, ultra-expensive notebooks

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Yahoo! Messenger 9.0.0.1389 Beta

Yahoo! Messenger 9.0.0.1389 Beta

Yahoo! Messenger is a popular advertisement-supported instant messaging client and associated protocol provided by Yahoo!, that allows you to see when friends come online and to send them instant messages. It also can alert you to new e-mail in your Yahoo Mail or Yahoo Personals accounts, or when

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Researchers Discover Antibody That Kills 91% of HIV Strains

Scientists have discovered three very strong antibodies that kill various HIV strains. The strongest of these antibodies actually manages to neutralize 91% of known HIV strains. While this isn't exactly a cure to HIV or AIDS, it's certainly a step in the right direction. [WSJ]

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Boeing Shows Off Futuristic Fighter Jet Designs

Boeing Shows Off Futuristic Fighter Jet Designs

The US military is gonna need some new fighter jets at some point, probably after 2025. It's never too early for Boeing to start pitching for their business! The two twin-engine concepts can both fly either with a pilot or without, and they definitely bear a strong resemblance to the famous st

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WiFi File Explorer Manages Your Android SD Card from a Web Browser

WiFi File Explorer Manages Your Android SD Card from a Web Browser

Android only: Missing your cord, or just too lazy to grab it? WiFi File Explorer turns your SD card into a small server, so you can transfer files, stream media, and otherwise control your content across a Wi-Fi network.

WiFi File Explorer Manages Your Android SD Card from a Web Browser

The app’s setup couldn’t be more simple. Connect your Android to your home Wi-Fi network, then start the app. You’ll get a popup box with the exact address you should point another browser on the same Wi-Fi network toward. The app can run in the background when you press the Home key, or shut down when you hit Back or exit the app manually. The web file manager is spare but functional, and in the free version, you can only download, not upload. Both apps could use a link for bulk downloading of multiple files, but for grabbing a few files here and there, it’s fine and functional.

WiFi File Explorer Manages Your Android SD Card from a Web Browser

WiFi File Explorer has a free app, but the Pro version, with file upload and other functions, is 69 British pence, or about $1 in U.S. currency. You can grab it in the Market using the scan-able QR code at left.
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