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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on New Sony VAIO P Series With Accelerometer Announced | ]

Sony’s VAIO P notebook might not be the most effective notebook around, but whether you’re looking for something really portable, thereupon it does fit the bill. As the rumors have been going around of an upcoming refresh to Sony’s VAIO P series, the refresh has finally arrived, giving us a matte lid and a bunch of colors to choose from. Interestingly, the new VAIO P series has an optical touchpad and mouse buttons built right into the LCD bezel, allowing you to fiddle with it in a similar manner to …

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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on Motorola’s 3D Phone Renamed From The MT820 To The MT810 | ]

The Motorola MING/MT820 seems to be in the mood for name changes. After going from being called the MING to the MT820, it’s now been renamed as the MT810, a whole “ten points’ less than the previous name. Details on that phone are still rather scarce, and what we do know is that it’ll be running on Mobile’s TD-SCDMA network and WAPI ( ’s version of Wi-Fi) and sport a 5-megapixel camera that can capture 720p videos. According to the latest info, the MT810 will have a resistive …

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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on FCC Gives The Nod For Hollywood To Disable Your Output Jacks | ]

Are we about to go through another round of controversy? It seems that the FCC has just given the Motion Picture organization of America (MPAA) the ability to utilize Selectable Output Control (SOC). As the name of the feature hints, that would allow them to disable the analog output from your set-top box in the name of piracy prevention. The benefit of that is that movies will be able to be released to your home at nearly the same moment as they’re released in theaters, and the reason for SOC …

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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on Intel Core i3 Ultra Low Voltage Chips On Their Way | ]

You might have already heard that Intel will be releasing its Core i5 ULV (ultra-low voltage) chips sometime around June, and now news is out that the ULV versions of Intel’s Core i3 are additionally on their way, due to be released that quarter. whether all goes according to plan, these new 32nm processors should be hitting laptops sometime in the second half of 2010. Details on performance or pricing weren’t mentioned just yet, so it looks like we’ll have to play the waiting game for the moment.
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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on Play Donkey Kong On Your Nexus One With A Wiimote | ]

Can’t get decent of all the funny hacks that go on with Android-powered devices? whether you’re a Donkey Kong fan, you’ll be overjoyed to see that the Wii Controller Demo app (also known as the Wii Controller IME) allows you to play Donkey Kong on your Android-powered Google Nexus one using Nintendo’s Wiimote. Check out a video of that interesting love affair after the jump.
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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on iPad Goes Up For Pre-order Internationally | ]

As promised, the worldly launch of Apple’s iPad is already set in motion, and folks from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the UK can now pre-order the device online. In case you missed the news, the device is slated to ship on May 28th, which means you only have to wait another fortnight or so before you’ll be able to idiot around with Apple’s latest baby. Judging from the prices listed online, the iPad is a tad more expensive in the UK than it is in …

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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off on Apple Registers The iTunes Live Trademark | ]

With Apple’s acquisition and the closing down of Lala, an online music service, many folks were speculating that Apple was planning to launch a streaming version of iTunes that could offer concerts and other composition online in real day. While there hasn’t been any official tip of such a move yet, the registration of the iTunes Live trademark by Apple does seem to supply some hints that the fruity company is moving in that direction. The trademark falls under two categories, including “online retail store services in the field of entertainment …

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